Aire Serv: How Do Heating and Air Conditioning Systems work?
Have you ever wondered how your air conditioner and heater work? In this "How it Works" video by Aire Serv, learn how the various parts of the air conditioni...
What is Furnace Short Cycling
One of the most frustrating heating issues during the winter is furnace short cycling. The...
How to Clean Glass Windows and Doors
Clean tough glass stains and built-up mineral deposits from shower doors and other glass surfaces using mild household abrasives and an ordinary power drill
How apps for your appliances represent the next opportunity
Samsung Electronics not only pushed its smart TVs at CES, but a whole line of smart appliances, including washers and refrigerators.
Dated to Dreamy: 10 Stunning Kitchen Remodels
Top 50 Distributors: Growth Continues
Last year, 91 percent of the Top 50 HVACR distributors projected increased sales for 2014, averaging growth of 9.1 percent.
Three Reasons Why Your Air Conditioning System Is NOT Cooling
During this time of year it is hot and you need your air conditioning system to work. The worst thing that can happen when it is 100 degrees outside is for your air conditioner to stop working. There are usually 3 major issues that can occur and I will also tell you how a Sinclair HVAC technician can fix the problem. 1. Refrigerant Leak in the System This is one of the most common issues that occurs during the spring and summer months. A lot of times this is an issue because a customer does not want to get the leak fixed and so we go out every year and put refrigerant into the unit for a temporary fix. The best solution to the problem is to get the leak fixed. Sometimes this…
How to Zone a Forced-Air Furnace and Air Conditioner
Ask This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to divide a home's heating and air-conditioning system into different zones
How to Manually Check the Heating Oil Level in an Oil Tank
When you heat your home with home heating oil, it is important to keep an eye on the tank level just like you watch the fuel gauge in your car. Some oil tanks have external floating gauges that you can simply look at to determine how much fuel you have left. However, most oil tanks do not have...
How to Choose a New Heating & Air System When Building a Home
If you are building a new home this summer, choosing a heating and air system is one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make. The type of system you pick will