Justice Incorporated Blog : Archive for September, 2015

The Trouble with a Moldy Air Conditioner

Monday, September 28th, 2015

During the last few weeks, we’ve written on this blog about some of the problems you might encounter with your air conditioning system during the muggy end of the summer and the transition into fall. In this post, we’re going to examine another problem that air conditioners often encounter after a long summer of steady activity: mold and bacteria growing across the evaporator coil. (more…)

How High Heat Affects an Air Conditioning System

Monday, September 21st, 2015

We are experiencing some extreme late-summer and early-fall heat levels here in Corpus Christi, and that means air conditioning systems are putting in overtime at the conclusion an already intense season. This is a good time to address what all this activity can do to your home’s air conditioner. It’s vital that you watch for signs that the AC keeping your home cool during a heat wave is starting to falter, and then call for repair professionals immediately to fix it—or, in some cases, arrange for a replacement. (more…)

Failed Capacitors During the End of Air Conditioning Season

Monday, September 14th, 2015

As we enter the transition between summer and fall, we’re still going to run into some swelteringly hot days. Because your air conditioner has undergone a great deal of stress during the bulk of the summer, now is the time to watch for serious malfunctions due to wear and tear. We’ve already discussed some of the common troubles you may encounter with your AC at this time. In this post, we’ll talk about perhaps the most frequent malfunction air conditioners encounter during late-season heat waves: failed capacitors. (more…)

What Makes a Radiant Barrier Different from Other Kinds of Insulation?

Monday, September 7th, 2015

One of the services that we offer to homes in the area is the installation of insulation. Our installers handle a number of different types of insulation to help ensure that each home as the right type of heat barrier to keep it cooled down in the summer and warm during the colder months of the years.

One of the insulation solutions that we offer is a radiant barrier. These installations are different in a number of ways from the conventional batt and blown-in insulation we use for homes, as we’ll explain. (more…)