YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – HVAC companies are receiving dozens of calls from people whose air conditioners aren’t working. Experts at YTI Career Institute gave ABC27 a checklist to follow before and after you turn on your air conditioner this summer.
Firefighters responded to John F. Kennedy Middle School in Southington on Friday morning after a glycol leak from the heating ventilation and air conditioning system.
Officials said a line of glycol in a second-floor science room came apart, sending glycol into a few rooms and down the drains to the first floor.
In my experience, there is no short answer to that question. The short list of variables that come into play might be things such as: Do I have animals in the house or in the yard? Do I have cottonwood trees in my neighborhood? Is my dryer vent near my air conditioner? Do I live on a gravel road? No two homes are really the same when it comes to maintaining a system, but here are a few tips that you can follow to ensure that your system performs well this summer.