Air Conditioner Repairs
When your air conditioner starts showing signs of trouble, our team of skilled technicians is here to provide reliable air conditioner repair services. Our experienced technicians are well-versed in diagnosing and repairing a wide range of air conditioner issues, from faulty compressors and refrigerant leaks to electrical problems and sensor malfunctions. Trust our team to deliver exceptional air conditioner repair services that keep you cool and satisfied throughout the summer season.
Air Conditioner Installation
Whether you are looking to install a quality air conditioning system at an affordable price or would like to upgrade to one of the best high-performance, energy-saving HVAC systems available on the market today, make Comfort Solutions your first call. Our experienced technicians specialize in air conditioner installations, ensuring a seamless and efficient process. We understand the importance of selecting the right AC unit for your specific needs, and our team will guide you through the entire installation process, from choosing the appropriate system to handling the installation with precision and expertise. We work with a variety of air conditioning units and can recommend the best option to maximize your comfort and energy efficiency.
What Is The Difference Between R-22 And R-410A Refrigerants?
Refrigerants are what make air conditioning possible. Contained within the coils of an air conditioner, these liquid agents cool and dehumidify indoor air. For years, the most common refrigerant used in air-conditioning systems was R-22.
In response to growing environmental concerns, production of systems using R-22 refrigerant is being phased out. Lennox has led the way in the manufacture of cooling systems that use chlorine-free R-410A refrigerant. Because R-410A contains no chlorine, it is considered ozone-friendly.
What Is Two-Stage Cooling?
Two-stage cooling means the air conditioner or heat pump has a compressor with two levels of operation: high for hot summer days and low for milder days. Since the low setting is adequate to meet household-cooling demands 80% of the time, a two-stage unit runs for longer periods and produces more even temperatures.
Longer cooling cycles also translate to quieter, more efficient operation and enhanced humidity control. Compared to a single-stage unit, a two-stage air conditioner or heat pump can remove twice as much moisture from the air. This is important because when moisture levels are high, there’s a higher potential for mold and other pollutant problems.
What Is AHRI?
According to the Air-Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), AHRI is the trade association representing more than 350 manufacturers of air conditioning, heating and commercial refrigeration equipment with Lennox being a part of this highly rated global industry. AHRI is home to the industry’s three performance certification programs for indoor comfort and commercial refrigeration equipment and components:
ARI Performance Certified (air conditioning and refrigeration equipment and components)
GAMA Efficiency Rating Certified (space and water heating equipment)
I-B-R (hydronic heating products)
Aside from these three tiers, AHRI is viewed as a resource for industry shipment data, education and workforce information and research. Lastly, AHRI develops industry-recognized performance standards for industry equipment.
As a homeowner, the AHRI is a globally recognized and industry respected certification program. Our certified products are tested through the AHRI to ensure that you are getting the quietest, most efficient, energy star-rated and high-performance products.
More can be learned and searched in the AHRI certification directory on their website.
What Is An AHRI-Matched System?
An AHRI-matched system is recorded by AHRI as a properly matched system. Only upon performance verification is a certification symbol applied to HVACR products to serve as visual statements of conformance. AHRI certification means its efficiency and capacity ratings have been verified by AHRI, the governing trade association for the Heating and Air Conditioning Industry.