Why Your AC Unit is Freezing Up: Causes & What to Do

ac cooling pipes frozen during the summer

Wondering why your AC unit is freezing up in the hottest months of the year? You might ask yourself, “How is it that it’s 90 degrees outside and my AC unit has frost buildup?” This issue actually happens to be a very common problem and can lead to further HVAC complications. So, why is your AC unit freezing up? And, … Read More

Bad AC Capacitor Symptoms: What to Look Out For

multimeter testing two ac capacitors wired in parallel

Your home’s air conditioner holds significant importance among its appliances. A malfunctioning unit can cause considerable inconvenience for homeowners. AC capacitors play a crucial role in the functioning of any Indianapolis HVAC air conditioning system, and a deteriorating capacitor can precipitate AC problems. What Is an Air Conditioning Capacitor?  An AC capacitor is a piece of equipment inside the outdoor … Read More

How to Fight Common Sources of Indoor Air Pollution

Mother and son sitting on couch

Although it’s great to get outside on nice spring, summer and fall days, Americans typically spend about 90% of their time indoors where the concentration of contaminants and pollutants are two to five times greater than the air outside. When you’re cooped up inside, natural airflow is limited. For this reason, it’s important to ensure that the air quality in … Read More

Benefits of a Variable Speed Furnace

Variable speed furnace

If you live in Indiana, you know you can always expect the unexpected when it comes to the weather, as Mother Nature can be quite unpredictable in the Midwest. With the help of a variable speed furnace, your home will be ready for whatever Mother Nature throws at you. Bryant variable speed furnaces are manufactured in Indiana, so they’re made … Read More

Common Fall Allergies and How to Fight Them

Fall allergies

Common Fall Allergies and How to Fight Them Just when you thought you were through dealing with allergies, here comes fall to rain on your parade. Although triggered by some slightly different things, fall allergies are just as common – and just as annoying – as spring allergies. However, like spring allergies, the causes can be easily identified and dealt … Read More

Getting Your Property Rent Ready

For Rent Sign

Renting season is fast approaching! If you are a landlord or property manager, the incoming warm weather will lead to new renters starting to make their rounds and stopping by to check out your property. First impressions are huge, especially when it comes to renting. When you are showing off your property to prospective renters, you want it looking in … Read More

Get Your Home Allergy Proof Just in Time For Spring

Dirty Air Filter

There are a lot of things to love about spring, and allergies are not one of them. A big reason for them is pollen, which many people are allergic to. Pollen is released by trees, flowers, grass and weeds as they start to fertilize and grow once the temperature increases. But there are many more different causes of allergies. In … Read More

Employee Spotlight: Bill Handlon

It’s time for another employee feature and this month we interviewed Bill Handlon. You might know Bill as our service technician, but he is also a father of 4 (not including his 2 dogs) and one of the biggest Notre Dame fans you’ll meet. We sat down with Bill and asked him some questions about his time at Chapman, his time outside of Chapman and since he is the expert, we asked a few questions about air qu

Quick Fix or Costly Repair? It Might Be Time for A Replacement

Air conditioners work hard to keep your home cool and comfortable as the temperature outside warms up. This hard work can really take a toll on your unit and results in wear and tear on the unit. Most issues can be identified with a yearly spring clean and check, but what happens when the unit is a little too far gone? How do you know when it’s more cost efficient to buy new than it would be to repair? Here are some tips to help you decide whether to replace or repair.