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Day & Night Air Conditioner Reviews – Consumer Ratings


Day & Night Air Conditioner Reviews – Consumer Ratings

Day & Night Air Conditioner Reviews - Consumer RatingsDay & Night Air Conditioners come in a variety of sizes and efficiency ratings and are mainly produced for the residential and light commercial market. Day & Night air conditioners range from a minimum of 13 SEER up to 19 SEER for the Day & Night air conditioner top of the line model. Selected Day & Night air conditioners are Energy Star rated. Features of Selected Day & Night air conditioners include:


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Programmable Thermostat Wiring Diagrams | HVAC Control


Programmable Thermostat Wiring Diagrams | 2 wires – 3 wires – 5 wires

Installing a programmable thermostat is not unlike installing any other thermostat for your HVAC system.Programmable Thermostat Wiring Diagrams The key is to get the right thermostat for your HVAC system. And to make sure it is wired properly. Many thermostat manufacturers provide detailed installation instructions with their thermostats to make sure you have all the information you need to install the thermostat properly. Sometimes the instructions that come with the new thermostat can be vague or even confusing and that is what we want to help you with here at High Performance HVAC. Please see our other articles for installing thermostats on our other pages to help you with your thermostat installation. Below are some good tips and detailed instructions on installing your new programmable thermostat. And don’t forget after the new tstat is installed you still have to program it.


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Air Conditioner Condenser Electrical Components – HVAC Cooling


Air Conditioner Condenser Electrical Components

What you will learn from this article:
1) Brief description of air conditioner condenser electrical components
2) Code requirements for the condensing unit feeder circuit, fuse box, and wire running to the condenser
3) Wiring inside the condenser
4) Description of various electrical components inside the condenser
5) Lots of resource and related links to help you learn more

Air Conditioning and heating equipment uses high voltage. Caution is always advised when working around high voltage. When in doubt call a professional. Safety First!!

There are many electrical components inside an air conditioner unit.air conditioner condenser electrical components From relays to contactors to electric motors and wiring it has to work together and working properly for your air conditioner to run smoothly. It is almost like a ballet and the air conditioner sequence of operation follows a specific sequence to work properly  For the purpose of brevity the focus of this article will be on the condenser and the electrical components in an air conditioner condenser. From the disconnect box on the wall next to the condenser all the way through the control panel and into the components we’ll cover all the various electrical components and how they work together to make your air conditioner work.

Related Link: Read more about condensing units (opens in a new window)


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THURSDAY, July 02, 2015

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According to studies done by the Department of Energy, 50 percent of the heat loss experienced in the average home occurs through the ceiling. That makes a lot of sense since heat rises. You can reduce that heat loss (heat gain in the summer months) by adding another layer of insulation in the attic. That will hold more heat in our homes for a longer period of time which means the furnace will cycle less. That means you are going to save money. A lot more money than another layer of insulation costs. Additionally, having an attic fan controlled by a thermostat installed in your attic will remove a lot of heat in the summer. This will help you, in addition to having more insulation, reduce heat gain from the attic in the summer.

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