An air conditioner compressor is the main component of helping to cool your home. Many types of compressors are made for different applications. Fortunately, compressors for the home have vastly improved in the last ten years. This improvement is excellent for you the consumer because you save money on utility bills when a unit runs more efficiently.
There are several essential items to discuss when you are thinking about replacing an air conditioner compressor in your home unit. First, you must know what tonnage your air conditioner is. Next, the prices throughout the United States can vary, and you need to know what is and is not reasonable for your area. Third, there are things that you need to do before hiring your final contractor. Last, you need to know how to avoid the many scams that are out there regarding air conditioner repair.
There are different types of compressors for different jobs. When comparing prices of compressors, it is essential for you to know what kind of compressor you will need for your project, the pros and cons of each kind, and then finally how much each type of compressor would cost.
On a hot summer day, you may turn on the air conditioner to cool your home and be curious as to how it works. This article will look at what an air conditioner compressor is and what it does. Next time you go to flip on the thermostat, you’ll understand precisely how it works.
If you’ve already been the victim of a home service scam, the best-case scenario is that you’ve spent hundreds of dollars unnecessarily. The worst-case scenario though is that you’ve spent a lot of money and you still need to make major home repairs. These scams range from lying about documentation to directly ripping off homeowners.
So, Kovacs’ friends, not Kovacs, called Spencer Solves It. And, right away, we brought in the heating and cooling pros at Budget Home Services to revamp the entire system — a $10,000 job that the company will replace absolutely free. Budget Home Service’s owner, Casey Hill, is thrilled to help out. “Once we found out […]
When a person smells natural gas leak in their home, their first natural instinct is to call the gas company CenterPoint. You can do this, and evacuate the house as they recommend. Or you can evacuate your home and call a plumber. We recently sat down with Casey Hill, a local master plumber who starts out by saying: Sure, it seems like I just want you to call a plumber for selfish reasons, but read on to see what really happens.
BUDGET HOME SERVICES & KPRC-TV HELP FAMILY IMPACTED BY HARVEY RECEIVES NEW WATER HEATER, CONNECTIONS, PIPES
“It’s a $1,200 job, but BHS did it absolutely free. They installed all new pipes and connections. It left Ernest in tears. “This is really gonna be a big help. I thank you Mr. (Bill) Spencer. It’s just overwhelming,” he said. “I want to send out a huge thank-you to Casey and Shannon Hill at Budget Home Services. […]
In 2013, the plumbing industry was bringing in $95 billion, and it hasn’t stopped growing. For homeowners and even renters, that means a substantial cost for water-related issues at home. Luckily, there are steps that you can take to avoid costly repairs and mid-winter disasters.
Because food scraps amount to nearly 30 percent of Americans’ household waste, garbage disposals fulfill a unique need. Food waste that would typically wind up in a landfill now goes through a shredding process and on to the sewer plant with other wastewater for treatment. However, despite the appliance’s popularity, many homeowners aren’t using their disposals […]