In a centralized air conditioning system, your heater or air conditioner circulates air throughout your ducts with the help of blower fans. When you set the temperature on the thermostat, the blowers adjust accordingly until this temperature is reached. The thermostat is also able to set the blower fans into two modes: “Auto” and “On.”
The Department of Energy and our experts at ACS Air Conditioning Systems estimate that you can cut 10% off your energy bills annually simply by switching to and using a programmable thermostat. These devices allow you to set your heating and cooling systems to follow a set schedule, running your system at a lower (or higher, depending […]
Now that winter is just around the corner, your heating system is about to see more use. Before temperatures start dropping, however, it’s best to take the opportunity to have an HVAC company tune up your heater and get it ready for the changing season. There are many advantages to scheduling a professional inspection and […]
Air conditioning manufacturers are going to great lengths to build ACS air conditioning systems that are quieter than ever, so odd noises coming from your heating and cooling system could mean trouble. That’s why it’s important to familiarize yourself with some of these common sounds and what they mean so you can determine the correct steps to […]
For many people, spring is allergy season, which means they’ll soon have to start dealing with unpleasant allergy symptoms: runny nose, irritated eyes, sneezing and congestion. ACS, one of the leading HVAC companies in the Bay area, takes an in-depth look at the common causes of spring allergies.