Tips, Tricks & Insights About HVAC

The air conditioning system in your Broussard LA home is designed to keep you and your family cool in even the hottest Louisiana summer. Its effectiveness, however, largely depends upon the level of insulation in your home. If not properly insulated, outdoor heat seeps into you home, forcing your cooling system to operate longer to reach a comfortable temperature. The result is not only higher monthly energy bills but a shorter system life as well. Lee’s Air Conditioning is pleased to offer an array of cost-saving products and services that help your cooling system run better and last longer.

Air conditioning affects humidity by removing moisture from the air. Part of the cooling process itself is the removal of moisture from the air. This is why water is a byproduct of running the air conditioner. In fact, your air conditioner can produce as much as 9 gallons of water per day. You have probably noticed that water drains from your AC system when it is running. During humid days, more water is extracted from the air. The water drains through the condensate drain, which carries the water to the home’s drainage system or outside the house.

The benefits of duct cleaning in Carencro LA are many. However, to determine if cleaning your ductwork is necessary, you need to have an inspection by a qualified HVAC professional. There are symptoms that indicate your duct system is in need of cleaning. Those symptoms include:

HVAC is an acronym for “heating, ventilation and air conditioning.” HVAC equipment in Scott LA includes home heating and cooling systems as well as ventilation products like air filtration systems. There are numerous products operating with different technologies available in the market today. As your local HVAC experts, we’re well-acquainted with the types of systems, makes and models that work the best in Scott LA.

Any gas furnace in Scott LA requires electricity to operate. Even though a gas furnace operates on natural gas, components like the blower and the thermostat are parts of the furnace that need electricity to operate. When the power in Scott LA goes out, the furnace itself is technically still working but will not blow warm heat. In this case, you would need to connect a generator to the furnace blower to have heat.



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