We at Amber Air Conditioning know that not everyone has a background in HVAC air conditioning and heating system maintenance, or even how the systems work – even though all of us have HVAC systems and are cooled and warmed by them throughout the year. While we don’t expect to train the world on how HVAC systems and maintenance works, we do believe that a little background knowledge in these areas will help homeowners make more informed decisions on the HVAC services they are looking for; this is why we work hard every month to bring our clients and readers helpful heating and air conditioning tips, HVAC resources, and warnings about what homeowners should lookout for during the various seasons in the year. Follow our blog to enrich your knowledge of your home HVAC system:

HVAC Myths

The Most Common HVAC Myths: Debunked

Everyone wants to get the most out of their HVAC system. In order to do this, you need to properly run and regularly maintain the unit. However, there are many misconceptions out there that can keep you from prolonging the life of your air conditioning or heating system. Common HVAC Myths: Debunked Below, we bust

Radiant Floor Heating Systems

For many thousands of years, harkening back to the days of ancient Manchuria, Korea – even the Romans – in homes and villas across time, the favored method of providing heat has been radiant floor heating. While not exactly a new method of heating new technology in providing that heat has made it safer, more

Furnace Inspection Checklist

Inspecting a Furnace Furnace inspections should be carried out at least once every two years and in the fall. Parts of the furnace are prone to wearing out and should be inspected thoroughly to ensure safe and efficient operation in the clients home. The first step to inspection is to examine the furnace body itself

The History of Air Conditioning: How Your Descendants Stayed Cool

On those really hot days when you can’t imagine being out of an air conditioned home or office, aren’t you happy to live in the 21st century? Luckily, your descendants and those before had all types of inventive ways to keep cool. And all of that clever thinking eventually led to the development of the

Benefits of Financing Your HVAC Equipment Purchase

Even the best furnaces, heat pumps and air conditioners will eventually have to be replaced. At some point continued repairs become expensive band-aids that do nothing but forestall the inevitable. Throwing good money after bad is obviously not the answer. But new HVAC equipment is costly and that can be a significant holdup for anyone,

Tips to prevent Frozen Pipes this Winter

Don’t let your pipes freeze and end up costing you more then pocket change. Take some steps to prevent this from happening, for additional help please feel free to call us ASAP!


Here are Some Pitfalls to Avoid When Buying New HVAC Equipment

No matter how reliably it has served you, eventually your HVAC equipment will start to falter. Service technicians may be able to patch it up and keep it chugging along for a while, but eventually Father Time will render its final verdict and condemn your furnace and/or air conditioner to the scrap heap. Once this


Can I Just Replace the Outdoor Unit on an Older Air Conditioning System to Save Money?

Central air conditioners have two parts: an indoor unit that sits in an attic or other unfinished space, and an outdoor unit that sits on a concrete slab. The indoor unit houses a critical component called an evaporator coil, while the outdoor unit houses two critical components: a compressor and a condenser coil. If you

3 Signs that it is time to Replace your Furnace

Keeping warn during the winter is high on everyone list, but is your Furnace getting the job down? Give us a call and we will be sure to test your HVAC system, we service Corona, Lake Elsinore and Menifee.

HVAC system with green leaves

Do HVAC Systems Emit Greenhouse Gases?

According to most environmentalists, the ozone layer is getting depleted by greenhouse gases, some of which are emitted by HVAC equipment. This applies for all types of systems, including central, portable and wall-mounted AC units. The ozone layer is what protects the earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation. The gradual depletion of this stratum increases the