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Is there something not quite right with your machinery? Perhaps one of your air conditioner units are making unusual sounds, or maybe you suspect there could be something gone wrong with the central heater or furnace in your home or commercial building.

We complete jobs as fast as possible, without giving up high-quality work for speed. Our customers living in the city come to us because our courteous and knowledgeable employees care about our clients' comfort, and we'd be happy to assist you with all of your HVAC service needs.

Hire an expert HVAC contractor you can trust today and contact us at our office in the city. It is important to get in touch with us when you first notice a problem with your heating, ventilation, or AC units, as cracks or other damage can quickly grow worse and what starts out as a simple problem that easy to make right can turn into a major problem that can be complex and potentially expensive to fix. It pays to catch things early before they have a chance to get worse!

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A Cool Space

There really is nothing quite as comforting as coming in from a sweltering summers day to a nice cool home or work place where you can relax and literally chill out. This is of course made possible by a hard working temperature control system that takes the heat out of the air and replaces it with comfortably cool air.

We all know it and enjoy its product. But how many of us know exactly what is going on behind the white metallic panel of the AC unit that's providing you with all that coolness and comfort?

The stock answer is that it's similar to the way a refrigerator works, which is correct but how many of us even know how that appliance does what it does? Well, here's a basic explanation that should go some way to de-mystifying this commonly enjoyed interior climate regulating process.

How Does AC Work?

Inside the unit that's on the wall in the room you're sitting in is a small motor called a compressor that compacts a special kind of refrigerant gas enclosed inside the system causing it to become chilled. Air from the room is sucked into the unit and passed across a lattice of thin pipes that look much like a small radiator, which causes the temperature of the air to chill fast.

That chilled air is then blown back into the room out the front of the unit, cooling the air temperature in the room. That's the cool air we enjoy when we stand in front of the unit to cool down after coming in from the hot outdoors.

The process is called a heat exchange, where the warm air loses its heat as it cools, but that heat doesn't just disappear. It has to go someplace. And that place is out a vent through the wall to the external unit which blows the hot air out into the outside air.

That's why an AC is split between two units, one inside and the other outside. The inside unit blows cold air into the room while the outside unit blows the hot air out.

Of course, there is a little more to the process, but I wanted to keep the explanation simple as possible. So I've just covered the basics here so it's easier to understand what's going on inside the average device that we all take for granted.

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