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How to clean your central air conditioner drain tube

May 11th, 2011

Any home that has a central air conditioner unit installed has a condensate drain line.  Air conditioning units produce one natural by-product, Water!  The warmer air from your home, meets the colder surface of the evaporator coil and naturally, condensation occurs.  The water from your AC unit runs down the sides of the coil and collects inside the condensate pan, eventually reaching the condensate drain and flowing off to the drain method your installer chose during installation.  If the drain line becomes clogged, there is no place for the excess water to go. This leaves your home opened to water damage.   Read more…

Central Air Conditioner versus Poor Outdoor Air Quality

August 30th, 2010

When the air-quality is poor outside mixed with the blistering heat we’ve been having an efficient central air conditioner and changing your units filter every 30 days are very important for your comfort and health. See a do-it-yourself video here explaining how to change your filter. Read more…