What happens when you turn on your air conditioning unit and it blows hot or warm air? There are many reasons this might be happening, but we know it is not acceptable during these Ohio summers.
What is the difference between an air conditioner and a heat pump? Read more from Adams Heating & Cooling to find out.
It’s estimated there are now 50 million seasonal allergy sufferers in America. Does your air conditioner help combat those allergies?
A well maintained AC unit, with yearly inspections and monthly filter changes, can last up to 10 or 15 years. So how do you know if you need repairs for your unit or if you need a replacement?
Ductless air conditioning systems can be the perfect answer for that room that’s never quite cool enough or for that new addition you’re building. Read more to find out why.
There are many different names of heat pumps, but they can all be categorized as one of three types: air source, water source or geothermal.
Adams Heating & Cooling believes knowledge is power – the more you know about the AC appliances you are using, the more effectively you can operate them.
Having the right sized air conditioner is a key component in cooling your space effectively. The appropriate AC size can vary, so we provided an equation.
When the temperatures in Milford, OH, head to the top of the thermometer, it is not the time for your air conditioner (AC) to be on the blink. Regular annual maintenance on your AC will go a long way in preventing that situation from happening. Just as your car...
Usually Adams changes your filters for you depending on what kind of maintenance package you choose. But that does not mean you can ignore them in between! Ideally, filters should be changed from once a month to once every three months, depending on the type of...
Adams Heating & Cooling services Anderson Township, Newtown, Milford, New Richmond, Loveland, Amelia, Eastgate, Mt Lookout, Mt Washington, Hyde Park, Indian Hill, Terrace Park, Madeira, Bethel, and the surrounding Ohio communities with their heating and cooling needs. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call us at 513-474-1600, or request service online today.