Moody Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Calhoun’

What Are Capacitors?

Monday, July 30th, 2018

blown-awayWe do not expect homeowners to be air conditioning experts. If you all were, after all, our business would be in serious trouble! That being said, we do think that it is in your best interest to have some idea of how your air conditioning system works. You may not be able to accurately diagnose problems that develop with your system, and you definitely should not try to resolve them on your own. You can,  however, recognize that there are a lot of vital components in your system, and any issues should raise red flags.

Today we’ll be talking about just such vital components—the capacitors in your AC! Now, different systems may not have the same capacitors, some may serve double functions, etc. etc. For simplicity’s sake, we’ll focus on two specific types of capacitors today.  These are the run capacitor and the start capacitor. If you should encounter any problems with your air conditioning capacitors, then you’ll definitely need to schedule prompt HVAC services in Calhoun.

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Tips for Avoiding AC Trouble

Monday, November 6th, 2017

thumbs-upWell, another long, hot summer is behind us. Looking out the window and at the forecast ahead will show that we are pretty much out of the heat’s way for a while now. Things may be cooling down, and we are going to start focusing on heating tips and topics on this blog very soon. The end of the cooling season is a good time to reflect on the work done by your air conditioner this past season, though. Were you satisfied with your AC’s performance?

If not, have you considered why you may have experienced a lackluster outing from your air conditioner this past summer? Are you wondering if there are ways in which you can avoid problems and future air conditioning repairs in Calhoun, GA? Of course there are! No system is ever going to be 100% reliable, mind you. However, there are definitely steps that you can take to minimize the risk of running into trouble with your home cooling system, even if you overlooked them this past season.

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