Purl's Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Oakhurst’

My AC Is Tripping the Circuit Breaker! What’s Wrong?

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

During the winter, we looked at how a tripped circuit breaker can occur with a furnace. It can happen with your air conditioning system as well—it definitely has to work hard during our hot summers here in the Central Valley! An air conditioning system is a powerful appliance that draws on large amounts of electricity, which makes it possible for it to demand too much and cause a breaker to trip to protect the circuit. When that happens, the air conditioning system won’t run.

We advise people to always check their breakers when their AC suddenly shuts down. If you run into this situation, but the air conditioner continues to cause the circuit to trip, you have a more serious issue that will require professional air conditioning repair in Oakhurst, CA or elsewhere in the Central Valley.

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Low Airflow: Why This Happens, What Can Be Done

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

fan-on-white-backgroundWhether you have your heating or air conditioning system running (at this time of the year, you never know which one you’ll need) a common trouble you may encounter is a drop in the airflow coming from the room vents. There are many different reasons for a decline in airflow, which is why we recommend you call on our professionals to take a look into the situation to discover what needs to be fixed—or replaced.

Below we’ll look at some of the causes of low airflow and how they can be remedied.

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Advantages of Installing a Ductless Mini Split System

Monday, September 19th, 2016

The early fall is one of the best times to arrange for a new HVAC installation in your home, whether a heating or air conditioning system. Not only is there a pleasant break in the weather so you won’t have to worry about staying comfortable while the installation work is getting done, but experienced technicians like ours have an easier time finding a place on their schedules to do the job during this season.

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