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American Services Blog | St Louis area Commercial HVAC | Business Heating & Cooling | Resturant Equipment - 314.733.1776 About Us Products & Services Industries Served About Us Products & Services Industries Served Visit Our Website Visit Us Contact American Services Contact Us Products & Services Learn more Modern Blog Layouts Up to 3 Blog Layouts, responsive on all media devices Learn more Some HVAC Trouble Requires a Cooling Expert July 29, 2016 Written by admin For the past several posts, we have been discussing, on behalf of your Heating and Cooling repair and installation near Ballwin, some of the more common issues you may experience in your HVAC system for home or commercial use. We have looked at many different facets of this subject. We talked about, most importantly, ways in which you can help prevent issues and therefore save money on future repairs and heating and cooling service calls. We mentioned that much of the routine stuff includes a new filter every recommended time interval and a routine and seasonal professional check-up by someone such as your St Louis Cooling Repair near Ballwin MO. If, for some reason, the above advice doesn’t prevent trouble form arising and you end up needing a new furnace, you will want to make sure you use someone qualified. “Furnace installation: If you need to replace your furnace, use a furnace contractor’s expertise to determine the right type and size for your home or commercial space.” If you have ignition control or pilot light problems with your heating and cooling system, ie your furnace, then you will most definitely want to call a heating and cooling service company like your American Services in St Louis near Ballwin. “As problems may result from clogged components or faulty electrical components, leave ignition issues to the experts.” The same thing goes for mechanical issues since fixing an HVAC component, furnace or otherwise takes very specific training, you are safe to assume that it isn’t something the average Joe is equipped to handle. “Unless you received training to repair furnaces, let professionals handle problems related to mechanical wear and tear. Otherwise, you may void the warranty on the appliance or accidentally cause a larger problem.” Cooling cooling, cooling system, furnaces, heating, heating and cooling, hvac, hvac system, new, repair Heating and Cooling Repairs July 25, 2016 Written by admin We are on a kick of talking about your heating and cooling system at home or in your business and what to do when things are just not right. Some of the most common problems with heating and cooling systems have already been discussed. You may have trouble with your system not running properly, either not working at all, or not heating enough for the space that you are in. We have already covered many potential issues and how they can be handled in previous posts. There are a few more potential heating service issues that your HVAC Service in St Louis wants you to know about and are being listed below: “Frequent cycling: Cycling between the “On” and “Off” modes may indicate a clogged filter, improper airflow or a bad thermostat setting. The blower continuously runs: Blower issues may indicate a problem with the limit switch, which a professional may need to replace.” Many people call heating service and install near Florissant because their furnace is too noisy. If your home or commercial heating system is rumbling, squeaking or rattling then that is likely not normal. If you are experiences abnormal sounds from your HVAC system in St Louis, then you may have a mechanical problems, or at the very least, you may be dealing with airflow reductions for some reason or a clogged burner. There are tips that exist for St Louis Heating repairs near Florissant. First of all, you need to change the air filters in your furnace or heating and cooling systems regularly and as often as you feel necessary, even if it is more often than suggested. “Dirty air filters lead to a multitude of furnace problems. Clean or replace the filter one a month, according to the manufacturer’s directions. A furnace repair professional can show you how to do this.” Read the next post for more suggestions on how to handle heating and cooling service. Heating ac system, air filter, heating, heating and cooling, heating and cooling systems, hvac, hvac service, hvac system Maintain HVAC at the End of Summer July 22, 2016 Written by admin The next post is a sort of continuation of the previous article, talking about things to do when you are having issues with your St Louis Heating and Cooling system near Overland. We have already talked about routine maintenance and how imperative that is to a healthy cooling system or A/C. We also mentioned that with both the furnace and A/C, the filter really needs to be changed routinely. Checking the thermostat is wise, make sure that the settings are appropriate for what you are doing and that the fan is on auto so it will correspond with whichever function you are attempting, heating or cooling. Also make sure the batteries are fresh and functional. You may need to also, according to your St Louis Cooling Installation near Overland, check the circuit breaker and power supply. “If the furnace stops working or the thermostat’s screen is blank, check if the circuit breaker tripped or blew a fuse. Also, make sure the power cord is plugged into an outlet.” When it comes to heating and cooling your home or business, if you have a pilot light, you will want to work on reducing or eliminating drafts. “If a draft causes problems with the pilot light, you may need to close the windows or doors in the room.” Don’t forget about maintenance! Your Heating and Cooling Maintenance near Overland will tell you that each and every year at the end of the summer season or beginning of fall, you should call them or a furnace repair specialists that will inspect and maintain your furnace. There are problems that can occur and may be seen and fixed before it is time to heat your space. “Maintenance: Every year, at the end of the summer or beginning of fall, hire a furnace repair specialist to inspect and maintain the furnace. The professional will get the unit ready for the upcoming cool weather and fix problems that could cause breakdowns or expensive repairs during busy winter months.” Cooling cooling, cooling system, heating, heating and cooling, thermostat Heating and Cooling Issues July 19, 2016 Written by admin We just opened up a recent discussion regarding heating and cooling and how to do all that you can to prevent problems with your HVAC system through preventative measure such as routine filter changes and maintenance check-ups. If, however, you have been doing all of those things and you still wind up needing professional Heating Service in St Louis near Jefferson County, then American Services has you covered. You may not be to blame for the heating issues that you are experiences, as some of them are really not avoidable. Here are some examples: “Wear and tear: Normal wear and tear can cause airflow problems, heat control-related problems or even overheating. Electric ignition or pilot control problems: A faulty ignition or pilot could make it difficult to heat a home or commercial space. Thermocouple problems, drafts or clogs in the appliance may result in an unlit pilot light. Malfunctioning thermostat: A faulty thermostat can lead to problems with the fan or comfort levels.” Those are to name a few of the most common St Louis Heating Service near Jefferson County issues that arise on HVAC service calls. Sometimes your furnace that operates your heating and cooling system fails to heat at all. When that is the case, it can be one of many different reasons. Your furnace may have difficulties that lie in the thermostat setting, power, gas of even the power light. If it is heating, but simply not doing so well enough or not heating the way you perceive that it should, then you may have a clogged filter, or it may simply not be enough heat due to the size and space you are expecting it to regulate and heat. Many times people have the wrong size furnace for the space they are attempting to heat. Heating airflow, cooling, heating, heating and cooling, hvac, hvac service, hvac system, jefferson county, maintenance check Having Your Commercial Refrigeration Serviced July 16, 2016 Written by admin Do you need help with your commercial refrigeration? Are your systems in need of service, either routine or otherwise? Well, you are not alone. Anyone with commercial refrigeration will tell you that performing the routine maintenance when it is due is the best way to ensure against costly repair work down the road. In order to choose someone who is qualified to repair or maintain your commercial refrigeration in St Louis near O Fallon MO, you will need to first make sure the commercial service company is licensed, certified and insured. Once you have established those basics, then you will likely want to use someone who has experience working specifically with commercial refrigeration, as that is a category of service in and of itself. Here is what one expert has to say online, “It’s also important to hire someone who has experience working specifically with commercial refrigeration equipment. It is perfectly acceptable to ask for references that you can call or e-mail to learn more about the mechanic’s experience. Testimonials, whether written through letters or posted online, should also be made available in order to prove competence.” Everyone has to begin somewhere, so working with a new refrigeration company isn’t a terrible thing, but you may feel better finding someone who has already serviced a hand full of commercial units at the least. “While working with someone new isn’t always a bad thing, it’s a good idea to choose someone who has repaired and maintained a variety of units. An experienced mechanic will have worked with units of different sizes, from various manufacturers. In addition, units often have different problems and a mechanic should be confident whether it’s replacing a compressor or simply performing routine maintenance.” Refrigeration commercial refrigeration equipment, commercial refrigeration service, refrigeration, refrigeration service, repair, routine maintenance Energy Efficiency is Based on More Than One Thing in HVAC July 14, 2016 Written by admin When it comes to HVAC sales and services, like those offered by your HVAC industrial services near Wentzville MO, there is nothing like focusing on energy efficiency to both increase sales and the benefits that go right along to the customers. On behalf of your HVAC specialists at American Services in St Louis, we did some recent research in the category of energy efficiency and this is what we found. Andrew Oser, an expert in the field of HVAC, is quoted a few times throughout this article. To begin with, as an HVAC customer, either for your home or business, you must be careful of the following, “Most customers never actually achieve the energy savings they would expect or were promised when upgrading to a more efficient HVAC system,” Oser said. “There are programs available that tout energy savings and return on investment as ways to help persuade customers to make buying decisions based on energy-efficiency savings, but they do not take into account home-performance issues such as poor duct design, air leakage, equipment tightness, or insulation of the thermal envelope.” As it turns out, and according to our recent research, the performance of your home can and will have a dramatic effect on the actual efficiency savings for your HVAC system, and therefore affect your return on investment for any energy savings or efficient HVAC system. The same thing goes for your business in St Louis near Wentzville MO. Reducing the amount of energy that your system is predicted to use (ie: the rating), will not necessarily do it for you. Here is a specific example for you, “Going from a 10- to 16-SEER system is not necessarily going to save the stated 25 or 30 percent on an energy bill if the customer’s duct system is losing 30 percent of its capacity due to duct leakage or running 30 percent longer due to a leaky or poorly insulated thermal envelope.” HVAC business, efficiency, hvac, hvac system, wentzville Electric Versus Gas Pizza Ovens July 12, 2016 Written by admin We started a series on cooking equipment for your St Louis MO restaurant, more specifically what pizza ovens you may choose from when purchasing the ovens you need for your pizzeria and its grand opening near St Charles MO. We wrote about some of the research found on behalf of your Restaurant Equipment Service Company in St Louis and decided that we should continue the conversation by going into greater depth about the types of ovens from which you can choose. We mentioned previously, that there are four types of ovens, these four are also available in different power configurations, basically gas versus electric. “Conveyor, deck, and convection pizza ovens are all available with either gas or electric hookups. However there are some slight differences between gas pizza ovens and those that run on electric. Working with a gas oven is best for the high-volume, traditional pizza maker. These units will produce a crispier crust and cook the rest of your pizza evenly.” Honestly, though, as your American Services Restaurant Equipment Oven installation service will tell you, most of this decision will be determined by what utility your restaurant establishment has available to it. If no liquid propane or natural gas hookups are available, then electric is what you will need and pursue when it comes to your restaurant equipment needs. Interestingly enough, it is also true that if you are a restaurant who needs or wants to be mobile, you will need electric ovens anyway, as gas hookups are not something that can be moved safely and disconnecting and reconnecting them is also a problem when it comes to safety. “An electric pizza oven is also a better option for businesses that depend on mobility, like food trucks and concession carts, that most likely won’t have access to gas.” Restaurant Equipment business, convection, cooking equipment, electric oven, restaurant equipment, restaurant equipment service, st louis mo Cooling Issues May be the Thermostat July 10, 2016 Written by admin When you are experiencing troubles with your home or business heating and cooling system and you know that you have already done a stellar job when it comes to filter checks and changes, then you may want to take a look at your thermostat. “Check the thermostat: If it seems as if your furnace doesn’t produce any heat or cool the air when the AC is on, check the battery level in the thermostat. In some models, simply replacing the battery may do the trick.” The following advice can prove helpful for some basic users and is one thing that your St Louis Heating and Cooling Sales near Hazelwood will run into with customers on occasion. When the blower fan doesn’t turn off or the furnace or air conditioner cycles too frequently, check the thermostat settings. The fan setting should be on “Auto.” In the “On,” “Low,” “Medium” or “High” modes, the fan will run continuously. Another reason to check the thermostat batteries and functioning is if the furnace doesn’t seem to produce enough heat or the AC isn’t cooling enough, check the thermostat’s setting to make sure it’s on the appropriate mode, ie, heat or cool. Then check the temperature to make sure it’s set to one that’s higher than the current room temperature, or lower, in the case of cooling the space. You may need to purchase a new thermostat if none of those setting checks do the trick. This is something you can handle yourself, but make sure that you buy a new thermostat that matches your current system capabilities. If your heating and cooling capacity is greater or lesser than the thermostat ability, you may have other problems down the road. If all else fails and you want some expert advice, call your St Louis Heating and Cooling Service near Hazelwood MO. Cooling air conditioner, cooling, cooling system, heating, heating and cooling, new, thermostat Routine Maintenance in Heating July 8, 2016 Written by admin Our Heating and Cooling Installation Company in St Louis near South County knows that there are many things that can be troubling when it comes to dealing with your HVAC system. If you have trouble with your heating system, it would be helpful to arm yourself with some information first, before proceeding to handle the problem. Some of the most common problems, along with suggestions on how to fix them are in the following paragraphs, below. When the cool fall and winter weather arrive, hundreds of people call furnace repair experts because of a problem with their heating system either at home or in their office. Whether it’s a commercial or residential setting, the same basic problems plague furnaces that are running your heating systems. By knowing what the most common furnace problems are, you can take often times do what it takes to keep them from happening in a proactive way. When you fail to maintain the system itself, this can be real trouble. Here is what some of the experts say regarding that subject, “Lack of maintenance: You fail to schedule annual furnace maintenance and inspections that could prevent unexpected problems and breakdowns. These routine inspections can help the appliance run more efficiently and reliably.” This is actually one of the most common and preventable issues in heating and cooling troubles. Along the same line as routine maintenance checks are dirty filters. “ Dirty or clogged air filters reduce airflow, making a furnace work harder to circulate. In some cases, a clogged filter may damage the limit switch, which controls the fan.” This is totally avoidable simple by changing the filter on time and with regularity. Heating airflow, furnaces, heating, heating and cooling, hvac, hvac system, maintenance checks, repair Who to Hire For Refrigeration Service July 6, 2016 Written by admin If your commercial refrigeration is in need of service it can be a stressful time. For starters, how do you know who to trust with such an important part of your business? “Even the most advanced commercial refrigeration equipment encounters problems after years of use. With proper care, parts may still require replacement or upgrade.” There is also the maintenance factor that comes into play with your St Louis Commercial Refrigeration near Maryland Heights, and the more you focus on making sure this is done, the less likely you will encounter any super-costly repairs in the life of your refrigeration. “In addition, maintenance needs to be performed to ensure a commercial refrigerator cools as it should, maintains its efficiency, and doesn’t have premature failure of expensive parts. If a unit isn’t working the way it was intended, it’s time to call in a refrigeration mechanic.” Make sure you call someone who is qualified and specialized in commercial refrigeration, like your St Louis American Services Refrigeration Service near Maryland Heights MO. “Since commercial refrigeration units can require extensive and complicated repairs, it is important to choose a mechanic that is ready to tackle any problem.” The Refrigeration Service you choose should be licensed and hold certifications to service commercial refrigeration. Before picking up the phone, utilize these tips to find the best person for the job. “Certification ensures that the mechanic has had the proper training needed to perform the most difficult repairs. A license is required for commercial work within the state.” If the professional that you choose doesn’t have the proper license or certification, then you will likely see further damage and expenses in your refrigeration by the time they are through. Make sure that whomever you hire to work on your commercial refrigeration is also properly insured. This is for their protection as well as your own. 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