Can Summertime Power Surges Affect Your HVAC System?

With summer just a few weeks away, you’re probably already cranking up your air conditioner to beat the heat. While this may help keep your home comfortable, it also increases the risk of a power surge that can damage your home’s electrical system and everything connected to it. In today’s post, local HVAC company Kemnitz Air …


Does Thermostat Placement Matter?

Placing your thermostat in the right spot can help ensure that your home is getting the heating and cooling that it needs. In today’s post, Kemnitz Air Conditioning & Heating Inc. discusses the importance of thermostat placement in your home.


Rain & Its Effect on Your HVAC System

If you have a heat pump or air conditioning system, you know that half of it is installed outside. With that in mind, you may be concerned about whether or not it will perform as intended when it rains. Local HVAC contractor Kemnitz Air Conditioning & Heating discusses this matter further below.


3 Common Causes of Weak Airflow in HVAC Ducts

HVAC systems are designed to distribute hot and cold air evenly throughout your home. Any changes in the amount of air that moves through the ducts can lead to inconsistent results. If your home has hot or cold spots in certain areas, you’re probably having a problem with airflow in your ductwork. Kemnitz Air Conditioning & Heating, …


Why Do Some Nasal Allergies Seem to Worsen In the Winter?

Most types of seasonal allergies typically peak in the spring season, but some of them, especially pet allergies, seem to get worse in the winter. In today’s post, Kemnitz Air Conditioning & Heating Inc. discusses why this happens and what you can do to alleviate it.


Is It Better to Install a New Air Conditioner in the Winter?

California is famous for its summers, but for all its sunny glory, daytime temperatures can reach uncomfortable heights. That’s why it’s best to keep your HVAC system in good shape with timely Carrier heater repair and air conditioning maintenance. The question is, when should you call your local technicians for service? Better yet, when is the best …


What’s Causing Your Heat Pump to Blow Cold Air?

Heat pumps are built to be strong and reliable, especially during the winter season. They also need to be regularly and properly maintained to avoid mechanical problems later on. But if your heat pump seems to be pushing cold air even when it’s in heating mode, this could be caused by a few different factors. …


4 Things to Check on an HVAC System When Buying a New Home

When purchasing a new home, you have a lot of things to inspect to ensure that you’re buying a good one. From the roof and siding to the basement and even the drywall, everything should be checked out to determine if they’re still in good condition. However, while these are all important things to check …


How to Identify Signs of Heat Pump Refrigerant Leaks

Refrigerant is considered to be the lifeblood of air conditioners and heat pumps. Unlike fuel, refrigerant isn’t consumed as it cycles through various stages of compression to generate warm or cool air. This is why you need to call for repairs in the event the refrigerant lines start leaking.


Why Heat Pumps Are More Efficient Than Resistive Heaters

Heat pumps and resistive heaters are two of the most popular heating systems available today. Between the two types of heating systems, heat pumps are more suitable for homeowners in Orange County. In today’s post, local heating and air conditioning company Kemnitz explains why heat pumps are more efficient than resistive heaters.