1. Common A/C Problems That Commonly Occur In The Summertime

    Naturally, when the summer temperatures climb, we tend to stay indoors, enjoying the benefits of our air conditioning systems. However, it is difficult to enjoy an air conditioner when it is experiencing problems. There’s no doubt about it; summer is easily the most demanding season for your AC un…Read More

  2. Tips For Improving Indoor Air Quality At Home

    Be honest, how often do you really think about the air quality in your home? You, like most people, probably wait until your allergies are acting up or you notice those not-so-pleasant smells coming from the air vents that remind you that it might be time to change out the filters? It’s okay! We a…Read More

  3. Improving Air Flow in your Home

    Today, we here at EcoZapp A/C Efficiency would like to dive into the basics of air flow. Improving air flow in your home can mean being more comfortable and spending less on your monthly utility bill. Poor air flow is a common problem for homeowners, especially in older homes, where some rooms get t…Read More

  4. Should You Leave Your Vents Open or Shut?

    People tend to ask this question twice a year: When it’s freezing outside, and when it’s boiling. A lot of HVAC’s common questions are asked around those times. But this one has an easy answer that applies 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year: Leave them open. There are a few differe…Read More

  5. Should I leave my AC on when no one is home?

    The short answer is that it depends. By leaving the AC running at a constant temperature, you could risk straining your system and you’ll increase your utility bill. However, doing this keeps your home at the temperature you’ve chosen so that you don’t come home to a boiling or freezing home. …Read More

  6. HVAC After Harvey: How EcoZapp and Goodman Stepped Up

    After the clouds cleared and the land began to dry, millions of people across the gulf area had been devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Many in the Texas area will tell you that rather than high winds, it was mostly continuous torrential downpour for nearly a week. Many people lost their homes in the w…Read More

  7. What to do if your HVAC System uses R-22 Refrigerant

    If your HVAC system was installed before 2010, chances are good that it still uses the discontinued R-22 refrigerant otherwise known as AC Freon. In 2010, the US Government called for all HVAC systems to no longer use freon because it was harmful to the ozone. While it is still being manufactured to…Read More