Barron Heating AC Electrical & Plumbing Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

Cleaning Your AC Coils: Barron’s Best Practices

Monday, May 6th, 2024

We talk a lot about best practices that customers can take to improve the efficiency and condition of their air conditioning equipment. From changing your air filter to cleaning vents and adjusting thermostat settings, there’s a lot to consider. But one of the lesser-known things that customers might find helpful is the cleaning of AC coils.

Your air conditioner is comprised of an evaporator coil (the inside one) and a condenser coil (the outside one) which are both in charge of absorbing and dispersing heat. These coils need to be kept clean, otherwise you can come across some pretty bad situations. Dirty coils lead to bad efficiency, ice growing on them, and even uncomfortable indoor temperatures.

So, if you’re looking for how to clean AC coils in Bellingham, or would like to know Barron’s secret easy tip for getting this done perfectly every year, then keep reading!

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The Past and Future of Refrigerant: What You Should Know

Monday, March 18th, 2024

Part of being a reputable HVAC company includes providing customers with valuable information that they might be able to use to save money and better their lives. The industry knowledge that we’ve gained over the years is only helpful to us if customers can trust us with this info.

The world of refrigerant is changing, and so too must our expectations and what we know about the HVAC industry. If you’re a homeowner or someone in the area who uses air conditioning, then this will be very relevant to you. We want to break down the history and potential future of the refrigerant market, and what that might mean for our customers who need AC repair in Sudden Valley, WA.

Just make sure you call our team if you have any questions.

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Refrigerant Changes on the Horizon: How It Impacts Your Home Cooling Budget

Monday, November 13th, 2023

The entire HVAC industry is undergoing a massive shift in the materials and chemicals used in our everyday installations, repairs, and tune-ups. One of the biggest changes happening right now is the introduction of two refrigerants that aim to help reach different greenhouse gas emission goals across multiple states. This is what that all means for your wallet.

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