Wednesday, January 11, 2023

The Ultimate Guide to Summer AC Repair & Maintenance


As the mercury rises, the last thing you want is for your air conditioner to conk out on you. Unfortunately, that’s often exactly what happens. The good news is that there are some simple steps you can take to help prevent this from happening.

Regular air conditioner maintenance is crucial to ensuring that your AC unit runs smoothly and efficiently all summer long. In this guide, we will cover everything you need to know about air conditioner maintenance, including:

1. What are the benefits of air conditioner maintenance?

2. What should be done as part of an air conditioner maintenance routine?

3. How often should air conditioner maintenance be performed?

4. Who should perform air conditioner maintenance?

5. What are some tips for air conditioner maintenance?

By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can help extend the life of your air conditioner and keep your cool all summer long!

1.What are the Benefits of Air Conditioner Maintenance?

Regular air conditioner maintenance offers numerous benefits. First and foremost, regular maintenance can help prevent future problems by catching potential issues before they become costly repairs. Regular AC maintenance also helps ensure that your unit is running as efficiently as possible, thus reducing your energy usage and saving you money. Moreover, regular maintenance can help extend the life of your unit, meaning you won’t have to purchase and install a replacement as frequently. Another benefit of regular air conditioner maintenance is increased safety. Faulty or improperly maintained units can lead to fires or other dangers due to faulty wiring, or cause health issues due to mold growth or leaking of hazardous chemicals. Finally, having regular maintenance performed on your unit can give you peace of mind, knowing that you can stay cool and comfortable all summer long.

2.What Should be Done as Part of an Air Conditioner Maintenance Routine?

When it comes to air conditioner maintenance, there are a few key steps you should follow. In order to get the most out of your AC, you should inspect the unit, cleaning all debris and debris buildup. After, you should inspect your coils and filter, ensuring they are clean and in good condition. If you have an older unit, you should also check for any signs of wear, such as rust or other damage. Next, you should check the internal components of the unit, inspecting for any issues and making sure the connections are tight. Finally, you should check the hoses, making sure there are no leaks or other signs of damage. Once you’ve completed these steps, you should be good to go!

3.How Often Should Air Conditioner Maintenance be Performed?

How often you should perform air conditioner maintenance depends on the age and condition of your unit, as well as how much you use it. Generally, it’s recommended to perform routine maintenance every six months. If you have an older unit or one you use frequently, it’s best to perform maintenance more regularly. Some signs that your unit may need extra attention include strange noises, weak airflow, or unpleasant odors. If any of these signs arise, it’s best to schedule an appointment with a professional to have your unit inspected and maintained.

4.Who Should Perform Air Conditioner Maintenance?

The best person to perform air conditioner maintenance is a qualified technician. While there are a few basic maintenance tasks you can do yourself, such as changing the filter or cleaning the coils, having a professional inspect and repair your AC is the only way to ensure it’s functioning at optimal levels. Professionals have the knowledge, skills and tools needed to diagnose and repair any issues with your unit, so it’s best to leave the job to them.

5.What are Some Tips for Air Conditioner Maintenance?

Now that you know who should be performing your air conditioner maintenance and how often you should be doing it, let’s talk about some tips to help you get the most out of the process. First, make sure the thermostat is set to the correct temperature in order to ensure your AC is running as efficiently as possible. Secondly, check the evaporator and condenser coils regularly, making sure that they’re both clean and free of debris or buildup. Finally, avoid tight spots or blocked vents, as this will restrict airflow and reduce efficiency.

To Wrap Things Up

Air conditioner maintenance is vital for ensuring your system runs smoothly and efficiently all summer long. By following the steps in this guide and making sure your unit is regularly inspected and maintained, you can help prevent costly repairs, save on energy bills, and stay cool and comfortable all season long. If you don’t feel comfortable performing the maintenance yourself, it’s best to call a qualified technician to inspect and maintain your airconditioner. Doing so will help ensure that your unit is running its best and that you’ll be able to enjoy a cool and comfortable summer!

Monday, January 2, 2023

AC Repair & Maintenance Dubai

Thursday, December 15, 2022

How important is air conditioner? and its benefit's

Today, air conditioning is an important part of the global economy. Air conditioning systems are used in homes, offices, hospitals, schools, and other buildings around the world. Let’s talk in details about some question.

  1. What is an air conditioner and how does it work?
  2. What are the common problems with air conditioners?
  3. What is a service call for an air conditioner?
  4. How do you inspect and maintain an air conditioner?
  5. How do you repair an air conditioner?

What is an air conditioner and how does it work?

An air conditioner is a device that removes heat from an interior space, or from the air itself, and transfers it to the outdoors. This process is known as refrigeration. Air conditioners come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and they work by using a variety of different refrigeration cycles.

The most common type of air conditioner is the split-system air conditioner, which has an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The indoor unit contains the evaporator, while the outdoor unit houses the condenser. The refrigerant flows between these two units, and the heat is transferred from the indoor space to the outdoors.

Split-system air conditioners are the most popular type of air conditioner, but there are also packaged air conditioners, which have all of the components housed in a single unit. And there are also ductless air conditioners, which don't require any duct work.

What are the common problems with air conditioners?

One of the most common problems with air conditioners is that they tend to break down when you need them the most. This can be a major inconvenience, especially if you live in a hot climate. There are a few things that you can do to help prevent your air conditioner from breaking down, but sometimes they just happen.

If your air conditioner does break down, one of the first things that you should check is the air filter. If the air filter is dirty, it can cause the air conditioner to overheat and break down. You should also check the coils and see if they are clean. If they are not, they can also cause the air conditioner to overheat and break down.

Another common problem with air conditioners is that they can leak. This can be a major problem, because it can allow moisture to get into the air conditioner and cause it to rust. If your air conditioner starts to leak, you should turn it off immediately and call for help an air conditioner company.

What is a service call for an air conditioner?

If your air conditioner is not working properly, you may need to schedule a service call. During a service call, a technician will come to your home to inspect and troubleshoot your AC unit. They will be able to identify any issues and make repairs as needed. In some cases, they may even be able to prevent future problems by performing routine maintenance.

How do you inspect and maintain an air conditioner?

As the weather gets warmer, many of us will be firing up our air conditioners for the first time in months. But before you do, it's important to inspect and maintain your air conditioner so it will be ready to keep you cool all summer long.

Here's a quick checklist of things to do to get your AC in tip-top shape:

1. Clean the unit: Remove any debris, such as leaves or dirt, from around the air conditioner. Then, using a soft brush attachment on your vacuum, gently clean the surface of the unit.

2. Check the filters: Dirty filters can restrict air flow and cause your AC to work harder than it needs to. Most filters can be washed with soap and water, but be sure to check your owner's manual first.

3. Inspect the coils: The coils on your AC unit can become covered in dust and dirt over time. This can affect the unit'

How do you repair an air conditioner?

If your air conditioner isn't working properly, there are a few things you can do to try and fix it before calling a professional. First, check to make sure that the unit is plugged in and that the circuit breaker hasn't tripped. If both of those things are fine, then take a look at the air filter and see if it needs to be changed. If the filter is clean, then the problem may be with the evaporator coil or the compressor. If you're not comfortable troubleshooting the problem yourself, then it's best to call a professional.

If your AC is out of work or not cooling contact us, for Emergency AC Repair you can call.


Friday, December 9, 2022

Plumbing & Plumbing, Plumbing Emergencies



Water is life but water scarcity is among the main problems to be faced by many societies. Some countries are most threatened by severe water shortage. While others like Dubai, UAE may be included in the future in the light of the present scenario. It losses are in different forms like domestic losses, industrial losses, agricultural losses and so on so forth. We need to cope with a proactive approach rather than reactive approach. We must minimize its losses to conserve it for our daily domestic use and for our next generation.

Highlighting domestic losses which include water losses from faucet in the kitchen and bathroom inside homes, villas, apartments and offices arising from any leakage, broken parts, corroded pipes, rusting of spare parts and lack of responsibility to doing frequent plumbing maintenance. Similarly losses from water tap in the backyard garden in homes and villas are also a matter of concern. This situation is really disastrous when water heater failure occurs or gets damaged. Almost 70% of water heater failures are a result of a slow leak or sudden burst, causing significant water losses with an unstoppable pressure inside your bathroom. Besides, water leakage due to breakage of any part of water pump. Generally, it happens due to problem in Pressure Kit, a device installed at the top of water pump to generate enough pressure of water for normal usage. So, what you need to do in all such circumstances as mentioned above. Because it is absolutely irritating especially, when you are with your kids to have some fun around or coming back to home after attending any party/event with your family outside or doing multi-tasking at your offices. What are you waiting for?

Just pick up the phone and make a call to Cool and Cool Home Maintenance LLC, Dubai, UAE. Our Emergency Relief Team (ERT) is waiting for your call to give you a sense of relief in fixing any kind of plumbing related leakage, other plumbing issues like replacement of water pump and pressure kit, replacing broken or damaged water heater with a new one, changing of sink mixer and water tap in your homes, villas, gardens, apartments and offices.

Cool and cool home maintenance LLC is phenomenal in serving the community by giving quick response to their valuable customers in emergency situations across Dubai. We are committed to serve our customers by sorting out their problems in the field of plumbing and fixing them with an effective professionalism. We had achieved greater success in this part of the world with the utilization of our educated, trained, skillful, well-disciplined and tireless team working day and night for the last 8 years. Our company team had proven their performance through improvisation and team hard work, which is highly lauded by our customers.

Some of our remarkable plumbing achievements had also been posted on social media by our customers meeting their expectation in case of fixing emergency issues, like emergency water pump repair, water heater repair and fixing of other plumbing fixtures

 ERT is available at your doorsteps all the time (24/7) at reasonable charges.

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Tuesday, November 22, 2022

How To Identify Water Pump Issue in Dubai

 There are a number of problems that you can face; ranging from running out of water to issues with your pressure tank, booster pump, well pump, storage tank or electrical system.
If you suspect your water pump is not working or you are with out there can be several potential reasons:
1) Electricity
There may not be electricity supplied to the Water pump that provides water, this is always the one of the first items on our technicians checklist. A circuit breaker may be tripped, a fuse blown or loose, or even insects in the pressure switch- a small grey box which turns the pump on when water is used. If you have some minerals/sand in the water, they can occlude the small pipe that connects to the pressure switch and keep it from working properly. Always use appropriate safety precautions when working with electricity, or defer to a properly trained technician if you don't have the training or equipment to work with electricity safely.
2) Is the water "shut off" for some reason?"
A valve may be shut off or, if you have a water filter, the water filter may be plugged with particulate matter or not working correctly. Locate a faucet near the well pump equipment (before any filters) and see if there is water available there. If there is, it is time to locate the filter equipment or any valves that supply water and see if they are plugged or turned off. If you find valves turned off, please be careful before turning them on, they may be turned off for good reasons!
3) Is there water in the Water tank?
In Dubai water tank used for DEWA water storage and then a small booster pump that pressurizes the water for use at the house, irrigation, etc… The storage tanks are usually pretty large, usually 4+ feet in diameter and anywhere from 3 or 4 feet tall to over 12 feet tall. These tanks are frequently made of plastic, cement and sometimes metal with a hatch at the top for inspection purposes. Is this storage tank full or empty? If it is full, the problem is likely NOT the water tank, but rather a problem with the booster pump that pressurizes from the storage tank. If this tank is empty, then the problem is likely with the float valve or Dewa water disconnected.
4) Booster Pump Problems
If you have a storage tank it is very likely that you will also have a booster pump that pressurizes water from the storage tank and supplies the water to the house, irrigation, etc… This pump is typically ~12–18" long has a round motor on one end with an electrical supply wire and the other end has 2 pipes that connect it to the storage tank and the plumbing to the house. This pump turns on if water is being used and turns off when water usage stops and the pump has stored sufficient pressure in the pressure tank. Problems with the booster pump often come from pressure switches that are not working properly. Pressure switches can have burned electrical contacts, insects in the electrical contacts or plugged pressure sensor port. In some cases, booster pumps do not run because of a float switch in the storage tank that tells the booster pump to turn off in the event that the storage tank is low/out of water. If the tank is full of water and the float switch has failed, the booster pump will not run. The most common problems with booster pumps are noisy bearings or low pressure or flow output. These problems are typically the result of extended periods of operation and maintenance is necessary. In some cases low flow or pressure are caused by air or debris that has entered the booster pump and impaired its ability to pump water. The air should be vented out and the pump properly primed and any debris in the pump inlet/impeller removed. The source of any air or debris in the pump should be identified before putting the system back into operation. C & C Water Pump Repair Services has a full supply of booster pump and booster pump parts available to affect repairs in short order. Other issues with the booster pump include leaking around the shaft seal, while not an emergency, this problem will require the pump to be removed from service for a period of time to affect the proper repairs. It is recommended to replace the motor bearings when the shaft seal is replaced as moister and the wear and tear on the shaft seal have often damaged the motor bearings as well.
5) Pressure tank problems
Pressure tanks are tanks typically painted blue or white. Some of them silver/galvanized in appearance. They range in size from about 6" in diameter and height to 30" in diameter and about 6 feet tall. It is important to note that pressure tanks, in spite of their name, DO NOT MAKE PRESSURE, they simply hold pressurized water. Pressurized water is provided from either the well pump or the booster pump and fills the pressure tank. Pressure tanks work by having a bladder filled with air that pushes against the water as the booster pump fill the pressure tank. When the booster pump turns off, the air pressure in the bladder pushes on the water and can push the water back out of the pressure tank. This is helpful because it means that the booster pump does not need to turn on for every single toilet flush or hand washing. If the power is off, it means that you have a few toilet flushes, maybe even a shower or two before the pressurized water in the pressure tank runs out, but this depends entirely on the size of the pressure tank! Problems with the pressure tank happen when the captured air in the pressure tank leaked out or is at the wrong pressure. These problems exhibit as quickly fluctuating water pressure or the water turning off completely for a second or two and then coming back.
Rapidly fluctuating water pressure often comes from a water logged pressure tank. Water logged is a term used to describe a pressure tank that has no air charge in it. When water is used from a water logged pressure tank the pressure in the tank drops quickly and the well/booster pump turns on. When the pump is turned on the pressure in the system increases rapidly and then the well/booster pump turns off. This process where the pump turns on/off/on/off/on/off quickly is called rapid cycling. Rapid cycling kills pumps! Turn off the power to your pump and get your pressure tank serviced or replaced.
To see if the pressure tank is working properly turn off the power to the well/booster pump and turn on a faucet letting all the water pressure out of the system. When water stops flowing or slows to a trickle, use a pressure gauge to check the bladder pressure on the pressure tank Schrader Valve. This pressure it typically set anywhere from ~28 PSI to 68 PSI. "What should it be set at?" You may be asking. The pressure tank works in conjunction with the pressure setting of the pressure switch or pump controller. If your water system uses a pressure switch, the pressure tank should have about 2–3 PSI less than the turn on pressure of the pressure switch. For example: Your pressure switch is set to turn on the well/booster pump at 30 PSI to refill the pressure tank and it turns off at 50 PSI. This means the pressure tank should have 28 PSI in it with the pump off and the system water pressure drained to 0 PSI . While the water pressure is drained from the system, rock the pressure tank slightly. It should be light/empty feeling and you should not hear any water sloshing. Sloshing water and/or a heavy pressure tank mean that the pressure tank is due for service or replacement. If the pressure in the pressure tank is 0 with the system pressure drained and at system pressure at zero it means that there is a blown or damaged bladder in the pressure tank or a problem with the Schrader valve on top of the pressure tank that is used to fill and check the pressure tank. You can try to refill the pressure tank through the Shrader valve, but it is likely that the pressure tank is due for replacement.
Many booster pumps have a modern method of control that can vary the speed of the pump to match the water demand. These are often called constant pressure systems or VFD's. These types of systems typically have much smaller pressure tanks and use a pressure transducer. The pressure in the pressure tank for these types of systems is typically set about 15–20 PSI below the pressure set point of the pump controller. Example: Your pump controller has a pressure set point of 60 PSI, the pressure tank should have an air precharge pressure of 30–35 PSI.
If you need expertise to fix your well pump, look no further than C & C Water Pump Services Dubai.