How can Home Alliance reduce my energy bills?
The US Department of Energy calculates that one hundredth of an inch accumulation of material on your evaporative coil can reduce energy efficiency by 20%. The DOE recommends it gets checked at least once per year. Industry surveys such as Wisconsin Public Service put the additional energy costs of a dirty condenser coil at an average $250 per year. If you have not had your coil cleaned not only are you wasting energy, you are adding pressure on your whole air conditioning system. This additional pressure will lead to premature breakdowns and costly repairs.
Your technicians refilled the freon on my air conditioner, and I want to know how many pounds or units they added since they didn't specify.
I'll ask the technician for the info. We'll give you a callback once he replies.
What does waiting mean on Trane thermostat?
Trane thermostats usually only display a 'waiting' message for about five minutes to avoid damaging the compressor with short cycling. In practical terms, the thermostat tells the HVAC system when to start and stop heating or cooling.
How Often Should You Service Your Plumbing?
Plumbing service should be scheduled once every year. The frequency of such services will also depend on a few factors such as quality of water, water pressure, temperature changes, soil quality, etc.
Frigidaire refrigerator ice maker, how often does it dump the tray?
The frequency at which a Frigidaire refrigerator ice maker dumps the ice tray can vary depending on factors such as the ice maker model, usage patterns, and the amount of ice being produced and used. In a typical operating scenario, the ice maker in a Frigidaire refrigerator will automatically cycle to dump the ice tray several times throughout the day. This frequency can range from approximately 6 to 8 times per day. The specific timing of each dump cycle can depend on the ice maker's internal timer and sensors, which monitor the ice level in the tray. When the ice reaches a certain level, the ice maker initiates the dumping process to release the ice into the storage bin. It's important to note that the duration between each dump cycle can vary, as it depends on factors such as the size of the ice cubes and the ambient temperature. In general, you can expect the ice maker to dump the tray and refill it with water in a cycle that typically lasts around 20 to 30 minutes.
Can you tell me how to fix my...?
We totally respect your can-do attitude and your desire to fix it yourself. However, all our technicians work full time repairing appliances for our customers, and we do not offer any technical repair advice. Most of them are out of the building, in customer homes, providing quality service on appliances. Fortunately, there are resources available online for someone who wants to do it him or herself, although many people will still prefer to pay a servicer to take care of the problem.
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