Posted by Will Housh on July 5
You have HVAC questions – HVAC.com has the answers! We’re the world’s leading resource site for all things heating, cooling, and indoor air quality. Below, you’ll find answers to some of the most commonly asked HVAC questions – if you don’t find the answer to your question here, our Resource Center is packed with information on products, services, troubleshooting, and more!
Too little humidity can cause bloody noses, sinus and lung health problems, static electricity build-up, damage to wood furniture and flooring, and can create an environment where certain bacteria and viruses can thrive. Too much humidity can cause mold and mildew growth, damage to wood furniture and flooring, and can create an environment where certain bacteria and viruses can thrive. The best approach is to use a humidifier and a dehumidifier to keep your humidity levels within acceptable ranges.
OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) products are made specifically for certain makes of equipment by the original manufacturer. Non-OEM products are made by third parties for use with a manufacturer’s products.
Typically, non-OEM products are cheaper, however they do not always work the best and do not come with any warranties.
Many times, an air conditioner that won’t turn on can be resolved with some simple troubleshooting by you. Power sources are commonly the problem, so check them all. Switches on the condenser and air handler, thermostat batteries, and circuit breakers. Next, make sure your thermostat is set appropriately – it should be set to COOL mode, and the temperature a few degrees lower than the current room temperature. If these troubleshooting tasks don’t restore cool air, call in the pros.
We may be partial, but the HVAC.com Contractor Directory is the perfect place to start! We’ve built a comprehensive directory of heating and cooling professionals throughout the country. You can easily search by your ZIP code for the heating and air conditioning service companies operating in your area. Our Certified Contractors program sets excelling contractors out from the crowd – look for the Certified Contractor seal for our recommendation!
Posted by Will Housh on July 4
During the summer, a cooling system breakdown may occur unexpectedly. Replacement parts may be required to perform a repair – it is important that you use genuine replacement parts made by the air conditioner’s manufacturer.
For Goodman air conditioning systems, manuals detailing all Goodman air conditioner parts are available to assist when making repairs. Goodman AC parts manuals are available from HVAC.com for the following Goodman air conditioner models:
Whenever an air conditioning system requires repair, it is important that only genuine OEM (original equipment manufacturer) parts be used – follow this rule with Goodman air conditioner parts, too.
Why are genuine Goodman air conditioner parts necessary? Using OEM replacement parts is important for many reasons:
Need information on Goodman air conditioner parts? HVAC.com is your source for Goodman product manuals, including those pertaining to Goodman AC parts. Replacement parts manuals will tell you exactly what part numbers correspond with each component, making your repair job easier.
If you have questions about obtaining genuine OEM Goodman air conditioner parts, contact the pros at HVAC.com. Our team of knowledgeable air conditioning experts are available to assist you by phone, chat, or email.