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You can ask any business to offer evidence of basic liability professional insurance. Any company that is not going to supply evidence of basic liability (GL) insurance need to be avoided. A minimum standard for GL insurance is $1 million for domestic work and $2 million for light commercial.
There are other techniques for investigating cooling, heating and ventilation companies such as: call your local Better Business Bereau (BBB), carry out online searches and evaluations and ask the business in concern for recommendations. Nevertheless, all of these approaches disappoint detailed openness. The BBB actually works for the companies it represents as they are just ranked if the business in question pays them a recurring charge. Online review websites hardly ever display all of the reviews got, and post reviews from sources that are not always reliable. This provides a platform for business to post their own reviews and people to quickly post evaluations without the company in question's ability to expertly fix the issue. Moreover, no company would offer an unfavorable reference; only those that are very positive. None of these are perfect characteristics for customers looking for totally impartial reviews and referrals. It is encouraged to use these methods as an educated customer and think about the information source for what it deserves.
Among the finest methods to discover a new air conditioning, heating and ventilation professional is through the "word-of-mouth" technique. If the company advised was affordable, professional and dependable for a pal or relative, there is a great possibility that company will do the same for you. Great companies use the word-of-mouth approach to continually supply a brand-new customer stream by keeping their clients happy.
Other standard methods for finding a brand-new a/c, heating and ventilation professional consist of performing online searches, phone book directory sites or online directories and other ad mediums. Remember that all of these approaches are bought and spent for by the companies in question. None of these methods must work as a review and needs to be utilized just as locating sources.
3rd party suppliers such as Angie's list, Discover Local and other online business are the newest platforms for sourcing and ranking cooling, heating and ventilating companies. Although these companies do supply a service with some benefit, they are, in fact, including expense to the customer. Angie's List, in addition to some other online organisation directories, charge the client directly for their scores and business' contact info. Other third-party sites offer consumers with cooling, heating and ventilation companies and add the expense of being a middle-man to the service equation. Bear in mind that none of these are "free" which consumers should comprehend the expense and value of using entities like these.
Several quotes are advise when working with an air conditioning and heating specialist. There are no industry standards for pricing A/C associated service or products. Comparable jobs can vary countless dollars from one company to the next. A minimum of three price quotes is advised prior to the repair work or replacement of any significant cooling and or heater part and prior to the style and installation of brand-new systems.
A 2nd opinion can be of value if the repair or replacement is pricey. Not all professionals or companies are equal or reputable. Fixing cooling and heating unit is incredibly intricate. It is not uncommon for a repair technician to be not able to separate the issue or for an agent to advise an unnecessary purchases. Contacting a competing a/c and heating business can save money and time and regret.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Rotten, Dead Smell In 98 Accord.?
So My G/F Lives In Mn, Forest Area. Car Is A 1998 V6 Honda Accord
Car Smell Is Rotten Like Dead Animal. When I Get In, I Have To Open Windows To Get Most Of Smell.
Does Smell First Minute Or So When You Turn On Ac Or Heat. Then Normal Smell.
I Have Bought Air Freshners, Left In For Week. This Smell Has Been Going On Since Mothers Day And Is Getting Worse, Espically With Heat.
I Opened Air Filter And Looked In There. Found Nothing
On Engine Block There Was Mouse Poop, And Hood Insulation Cover, There Is A Hole, Like A Mouse Ate Through....
Where Could He Be? Smell Seems To Be Coming From Driver Side, By Wheel/ Pedals.
the smell you describe is usually from bacteria growing inside the air conditioning evaporator fins. It is a "musty" odor that some people describe as "dirty socks" or 'dead animals".
the answer to eliminating the odor is to kill the bacteria. the best product for that is called Ozium and you can buy it at any parts store. The product is an aerosol and you spray it into the fresh air intake grills on the cowl of the car while the engine is running and the fan motor is turned to HI. the mist gets pulled in as you spray it. then shut the car off and let it soak into the muck on the evaporator. that should eliminate the odor.
some dealers have an in-car fogger that works the same way but costs about $100 to have the dealer do it. that is the most effective solution as it will get rid of all odors--pet odors, cigarette odors etc.
I'd try the Ozium first.
hope that helps
What Is The Smell That Comes From A Car Air Conditioning?
Everytime I Turn On The Car, I Put My Nose Close To The Air Vent Awaiting An Addicting Smell! It Smells Like Refridgerant/Freon....What Is It Exactly? Im Literally Addicted To It! And Is It Bad To Inhale??
It is the ester in the oil or the refrigerant. Esters are also what makes fruit smell good to us. It's no wonder you like it. In this case it looks as though your A/C is leaking and R134 is not good for you to breathe.
What Is The Most Economical Way To Add Air Conditioner For A House With Duct Gas Heat System?
We Are Renting A House With Only Duct Heating And Fan, But Not Cooling. Getting Close To Summer, We Are Wondering How Can Be The Most Economical Way To Dehumidify And Also Cool The Air. Here Are The House Conditions:
* It'S Not Possible To Securely Install Window Air Conditioner In This House Since The Windows Are Big And Horizontally Sliding.
* All The Rooms Have Ceiling Fans
* The Duct Heat System Has Also The Fan Option For The Whole House
* This House Has 3 Bedrooms And 2 Large Living Rooms. ~1800Sq Ft
In order to add an air conditioning system to your exsiting ductwork you need to have a lot of work done. It has to be done by a EPA Certified Technician. They would need to add a coil in the plenem on your inside furnace and run copper to an outside condenser unit. It costs a lot of money and since they are phasing out R-22 and going with R-410a, it costs even more for the new equipment. If your simply looking for a "quick-fix" so to speak you don have other options. Mitsubishi sells a wall unit that attaches with a short line-set to an outside condenser just below it. It's a through-the-wall unit. They work good and they are considerably cheaper. Then again it's back to the fact that you are renting. I would try to talk your land-lord into wanting it for themselves anyways. That way they can pay for it and you can enjoy the fruits untill you move. The Mitsubishi unit might be the way to go and with the cieling fans you shouldnt have trouble cooling your entire home and you could always add more than one. I hope this helps you.
Home Air Conditioning Question.?
Assume 90 Deg F. Outside. House Is Cool At 75 Deg A/C Setting. If The Grand Kids Leave The Door Open For 5 Minutes, How Much Heat Is Lost And How Long Does The A/C Unit Have To Run (Appx) To Return To 75 Deg Inside?
Is There A Rule Of Thumb To Equate This Loss To $$$ So I Can Communicate With The Wife And Kids? They Complain That The A/C Doesn'T Cool But It'S Fine When The Kids Are Gone For The Day. All Else Being Constant. Thx Anyone. My First Time Asking A Yahoo Question. Hope I Did It Rite.
a 3 ton 10seer ac system uses about 4 kilowatts of electricity per hour..i pay about 13cents per kw...thats about 52 cents per hour to run a 3 ton, 10 seer system....leaving a door open for 5 minutes might make the system run an extra 1/2 hour or so [just guessing] at most... so i'll say it costs about 25 cents...probably a little less than that but thats a good round figure they might understand.......as a side point,if there are any exhaust fans on [ for cooking] or if the attic exhaust fan is too powerful and creates a slight vacuum in house,,then a lot more heat will enter when a door is open........dan
Foggy Car Windows... Turn On Heat Or Cool Air?? Which Removes Fog From Car Windows Quickly Hot Or Cold Air?
When I Drive My Car (Just Had My License Long Enough To Drive Passengers) And I Take Passengers, The Windows Get Fogged Up. What Am I Supposed To Do To Get The Fog Off The Windows Quickly? Is It Turn The Vent On Hot Air Or Cold Air?
It isn't just a HOT vs COLD air issue. It can also be a RECIRC vs OUTSIDE AIR issue.
Not knowing where you live, I will make this as generic as I can. Many people think leaving the air conditioning/heating system in their car on RECIRC will heat up or cool down their car faster. While this may be true, it also serves to keep all of the humidity INSIDE the car. The humidity is always being produced by you and your passengers when you breathe. It is moisture from inside your lungs. The biggest mistake I see people make is to leave the AC set on RECIRC all of the time.
What I do is two-fold. I always leave the air conditioning set up for outside air, and I leave the AC on all year round, even in the winter. Humidity will fog your windows even faster in the winter. And, if you live in a cold climate, that moisture will freeze! Having the AC on removes moisture from the air inside your car. The heat will still work just fine. Yes, it does decrease your gas mileage, but the added safety of not having fogged windows greatly outweighs the loss of efficiency.
Check out the link below. There is a photo of an air conditioning system. To the left of the screen there are a number of buttons. Hopefully you can see the buttons well enough to check out the third one down. The setting on the left is the one for recirculating air inside the car ( no outside air) and the setting on the right is for outside air to come in the car. Your car should have controls that look similar to these. Just be sure to learn the controls BEFORE you head out on the road. You don't need the distractions.
There are very good uses for the recirc position. One is when there is something in the air outside the car that you don't want inside, like dust, diesel exhaust, someone smoking in the car in front of you, etc. Just remember to return the setting to outside air later on.
Now, all of that being said...once you have those settings set up, you should use what ever temperature is most UNLIKE the outside air temperature, ie AC in the summer and heat in the winter. If you use the AC on high in the summer, you may sometimes find that, after a while, moisture will accumulate on the inside of the windshield. Try adjusting the temperature setting of the AC so that it isn't quite so cold.
Best of luck with your new driving adventures! I hope this helped.