Bronco Plumbing Heating and Air Blog : Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

Why Your Refrigerant Doesn’t Run Out

Monday, August 24th, 2015

You have likely heard the word “refrigerant” used in relation to your air conditioner, and for good reason: without it, you can’t condition your air. However, this chemical is used differently in your air conditioner than gasoline is used in a car. In other words, refrigerant isn’t consumed by your air conditioning system, which is why, if you are told your refrigerant is low, there’s a problem. So how does the refrigerant in your system work? Let’s take a look. (more…)

Seeing Leaks from Your AC? Time to Check the Condensate Array

Monday, August 10th, 2015

At this time of year, your air conditioner is removing a lot of humidity to help cool your home. This means your condensate array is being used fairly heavily, helping to remove this water from your home and system. However, if your air conditioning system hasn’t been maintained in a while, you may have some problems with your condensate array that can lead to leaking and water damage. First, let’s take a look at what the condensate array is and does. (more…)

How Do the Coils in My AC System Work?

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

If you have a whole home air conditioning system, you’ve probably heard that your system has coils. What you may not realize is how important they are to your AC system. Your coils play a big role in the heat release/cooling process; anytime there’s any issue with the coils, your cooling will be affected. The AC experts at Bronco Plumbing Heating and Air can help keep your coils in great shape with annual maintenance. Just give us a call and schedule an appointment for your home in Roseville, CA. (more…)

Why Does My Air Conditioner Have Capacitors?

Monday, July 20th, 2015

When electricity flows, it isn’t in an even manner. It surges and ebbs, and as such, needs help being streamlined. Your air conditioner runs on alternating current, which is electricity that runs on alternating polarity. This means the electricity changes between positive and negative, which is necessary for electro-mechanical systems like your air conditioner. However, this kind of electricity needs help being streamlined, and this is where your capacitors come in. (more…)