Red Rock Mechanical, LLC Blog: Archive for June, 2015

Where Is the Air Filter on My Air Conditioning System?

Monday, June 29th, 2015

If you are reading this, it’s probably because you know that it’s important for the operation of your air conditioning system to change or clean its air filter once a month during the summer. Without this regular attention, the filter will become clogged and start to impair the AC, leading to higher bills and possibly repair needs.

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The Problem with an Oversized Air Conditioning System

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

Here’s a piece of advice we cannot stress enough when it comes to residential air conditioning: you must leave the installation of a new air conditioner for a home to HVAC professionals. It is not only a matter of seeing that the new AC is correctly hooked up and will work as it should. It is also a matter of finding the right size of air conditioner.

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Why Is No Cool Air Coming from My Air Conditioner?

Monday, June 15th, 2015

Perhaps the most common emergency service call that HVAC technicians receive during a summer is for an air conditioning system that is only blowing out room-temperature air. This is a malfunction that homeowners notice quickly, and it’s obviously something they will want fixed even quicker.

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How Leaking Refrigerant Affects Your Air Conditioning System

Monday, June 8th, 2015

It isn’t exaggerating to say that refrigerant is the lifeblood of an air conditioner. The compressor acts as the heart and pumps the refrigerant through the AC’s components, carrying heat from one location and depositing it in another. Without circulating refrigerant, you won’t have a working AC.

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3 Signs of Sewer Line Damage to Watch For

Monday, June 1st, 2015

The sewer line that serves your home is a part of the plumbing that you won’t think about very often: it does its important job—the removal of collected solid waste and waste water from the home and out to the municipal plumbing system—underground and out of sight. That’s just as it should be. But this does create the problem of making it difficult to know when the pipe has suffered from damage causing a leak or blockage. Corrosion, tree root infiltration, and construction can create problems in sewer lines, and the sooner you can detect the problem and call for plumbers, the better off you’ll be. Below are three signs you can watch for that will warn you that you may have a sewer line in trouble.

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