When your AC Ices up!

AC_ice

When your AC Ices up The underlying issue There could be several causes but the main issue for “icing” of the condenser unit outside is a restriction somewhere in the system retarding the refrigeration process, meaning: The refrigerant is unable to absorb enough heat/humidity from the indoor environment to expel back to the condenser/compressor unit.  The refrigerant is essentially too cold when returning to the condenser/compressor cycle, at this…

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Corner Pops – A sign of trouble or ?

Major Corner Pop, requires parging at the least.

Corner Pops – A sign of trouble or ? What is a Corner Pop? The reality, Corner Pops are normally No Big Deal. The result of the natural opposing forces of the shrinking of the foundation as it cures/dries and the small expansion of brickwork as it ages (I know it sounds strange but bricks do “grow ever so slightly from sponging of moisture). Combine this with concrete is…

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CSST Facts And Fears

CSST Facts And Fears

CSST Facts And Fears Background CSST short for Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing is widely used now as a far more economical gas piping for homes and businesses; the bulk of the cost savings regards the installation labor, compared to good ole’ black steel pipe, CSST can be installed throughout a building in a fraction of the time and cost of ridgid Black pipe (which requires cutting and threading, and…

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