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Freon

Simply put, freon is used to cool warm air. Freon itself is a chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) and because of this it is being phased out of

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Evaporator Coil

Your air conditioner’s evaporator coil is a pivotal component of your HVAC system. In fact, it is the evaporator coil’s job to absorb warm air

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Relay Switch

Your air conditioner’s relay is merely a switch that turns your HVAC equipment on and off. The reason why we need a relay switch with

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Energy Star®

Energy Star® is an EPA program that focuses on energy efficiency – save money and protect the environment. It was introduced in 1992 and its

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Ductwork

Ductwork, sometimes spelled duct work, is the system of ducts that run throughout your home or business that deliver cold air via your air conditioner.

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Dual-Fuel Pump

In colder climates it is typical to see heat pumps with duel-fuel as opposed to heat pumps usually used in central Arizona. A duel-fuel pump

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Dry-Charged Unit

In the past several years, air conditioning manufacturers have begun building heat pumps and A/C units that don’t have refrigerant added. These units are often

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Condenser

An air conditioner’s condenser is designed to take warm air from outside and cool it before delivering it to you via air ducts. There are

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Condensation Drain Pan

The condensation drain is an important aspect of your air conditioning unit as it is designed to capture moisture that is created by condensation. The

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Condensation Drain

You HVAC unit’s condensation drain is more or less exactly what it sounds like. Its job is to remove excess water that is created through

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