My Central Heat Is Blowing Cold?

Answer A central heating system blowing cold air may be a sign of trouble or just a unit coming back online after a long summer off. Proper maintenance of your home heating equipment can eliminate issues ... Read More »

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Your air conditioner isn't blowing cold airI took it apart and cleaned it and it still wont get cold What do you do?

Answer In AC terms there is what is called TD (temperature differential). It is usually accepted that target TD is 20 deg F or if the air going into the unit is 75 deg f then it should exit at 55... Read More »

What is wrong when your central air conditioner is not blowing air as strongly as it usually does?

Answer If the air flow is low, a primary filter or return register filters could be clogged, or your blower unit could have a faulty fan. If the air is warm then your condenser unit may need to be... Read More »

If a place has central heat does it has central air too?

Not necessarily. Central Air is an option and can be added to most forced air heating systems. If you live in a house look on outsdie to see if an air conditioner compressor is present. If it is t... Read More »

Why is the air conditioning not blowing cold air?

There are many reasons why it does not work: its temperature control may have been set too high; it may have lost all its refrigerant because of a leak in the system; its compressor pump may not be... Read More »