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How to Deal With Common A/C Condensate Drain Issues

How to Deal With Common A/C Condensate Drain Issues

The condensate drain system is a vital component of your central air conditioner, but you may not give it a second thought until it malfunctions and you see tangible signs that a problem is brewing, such as noxious odors, air quality issues or costly water damage. Here’s how you can deal with some of the most common causes of a malfunctioning A/C drain so you can avoid all these headaches and any unnecessary expense. Drain Trap Gone Dry Condensate drains that run into the main sewer line have a trap just like your kitchen sink. With regular use of the… Read More »


Leaking Air Conditioner? Don’t Sweat it

Leaking Air Conditioner? Don't Sweat it | Team Bob's

Your air conditioner condenses gallons of moisture from the indoor air every day and expels it outdoors through the built-in drainage system. If you see evidence of leaking water, it’s a telltale sign that there’s a problem somewhere in the system. Here’s how to troubleshoot a leaking air conditioner to learn whether you can fix it yourself or need to call an HVAC pro for help.


3 A/C Condensate Drain Issues You Should Be Prepared to Deal With

3 A/C Condensate Drain Issues You Should Be Prepared to Deal With

An air conditioner’s evaporator coil condenses gallons of water from the air during the cooling process on a daily basis. Normally this condensation flows straight outdoors through the drain system. On occasion, A/C condensate drain issues can crop up that cause foul odors, mold growth and water damage. Knowing how to deal with three of the most common drain problems can help you avoid health concerns, inconvenience and unnecessary expense.


Recommendations for Reducing Humidity in Your Home

Recommendations for Reducing Humidity in Your Home

Here on the shores of Lake Michigan and Grand Traverse Bay, the summer humidity can have a noticeable effect on your health and home comfort. There are many ways of reducing humidity in your home, and understanding where humidity comes from is a good first step in deciding which strategy will work best.


Make Sure to Leave These Essential Heating Tasks to a Pro

You may have skipped out on completing some maintenance tasks for your heating system last fall, but doing so may also have left you worried about a potential breakdown in the future. Understanding a few essential heating tasks that require a professional touch can help shine the light on why these tasks should never be neglected. Here are some tasks a pro can help you complete today:


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