Certified Air Systems, Inc. Blog : Archive for October, 2015

Signs You Have a Refrigerant Leak

Monday, October 26th, 2015

We are heading toward the end of another cooling season and there’s no doubt your air conditioning system has worked hard to keep your home in Maitland, FL cool and comfortable all season long. It isn’t unusual to see problems arise with your AC system at this time of year after all the work it has done. We know that many people are still using their air conditioning systems, so you want to stay extra vigilant about potential problems arising. One of the more common repairs we see at this time of year is refrigerant leaks, so here are some warning signs you may have one: (more…)

Why a Mismatched Compressor or Set of Coils Can Be a Big Problem for Your AC

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Certain air conditioning repairs can be quite costly. There aren’t AC repairs any homeowner enjoys making, and sometimes these repairs aren’t worth making – instead, the better option is to replace your existing system. However, some homeowners try to offset costs by finding replacement parts for their air conditioner in Altamonte Springs, especially for damaged coils or failing compressors. Unfortunately, the parts in your air conditioning system can’t be thrown together with any old compressor or coils, and we’ll explain more about this below. (more…)

Why You Should Consider a Zone Control System for Your Home in Lake Mary

Monday, October 12th, 2015

There are a number of tools you can use to make your home in Lake Mary, FL more energy efficient, but what about taking things a step further and getting customized comfort? You can achieve both with the installation and use of a zone control system. This system works right inside your home’s ductwork, so it’s important that only trained experts handle the installation and service of these systems. The HVAC professionals at Certified Air Systems, Inc., can help you install a zone control system – just give us a call. (more…)

How Duct Sealing Helps You and Your HVAC System

Monday, October 5th, 2015

When a lot of homeowners hear about “duct sealing service,” they may think of a roll of duct tape. While we would never disparage the wide uses of duct tape, we can tell you without hesitation that duct tape is not the material used in professional duct sealing, nor is it effective for duct sealing. Professional duct sealing involves a process and materials that create a long-term, durable seal that provides real benefits for you and your home. (more…)