If you have always loved the idea of having a roaring (or cozy) fire in your living room, then you have three basic options. They are: woodburning stoves, potbelly stoves, or fireplaces. Each has it's own benefits and drawbacks. To help you go ahead and make a better choice, here is a brief overview of what the different options are like.
Glass Fronted Woodburning Stove
A woodburning stove is hooked up to a long pipe chimney.
The air handler is the interior portion of your central air conditioner's split system, completed by the condensing unit outside. Typically located within the furnace, the air handler contains an inlet valve, evaporator coils, a drip pan, and a blower fan that all work in conjunction to ensure the refrigerant fuel entering the system provides your home with cooled air.
The blower fan provides the vital role of blowing warm air across the cooled evaporator coils, then pushing that air out into your home.
There's a lot of life in your central air system. You have a lot of control over whether your AC will last as long as it should, or not. If you're not careful, you can actually shorten your AC's lifespan. Conversely, you can also increase it. Here's what you need to know about your AC's longevity.
The Life of Your AC Is Affected by Its Parts
Your central air consists of various parts working in concert.
Safe water is a concern for many people. This is why some people resort to drinking bottled water, but the plastic waste created by drinking bottled water is not good for the environment. The following are a few signs that the quality of your tap water may be questionable.
Your water tastes peculiar.
Most people have drank enough water in their life to distinguish if the water they drink tastes weird.
Central air conditioning systems have a condensing unit outside your home that serves as the starting point for the cooling process. The condensing unit receives the signal from your thermostat to cool, starts up a compressor to pump gas refrigerant into condenser coils, and then the coils change the gas to a liquid so it can travel inside and finish the cooling process.
Problems in the condensing unit can stop your air conditioning system's cooling process before it even has a chance to start.