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Profit isn’t important right now, you are. Let us help.


Today, B&L Ott Heating & Air Conditioning has made an unusual decision for a business – profit doesn’t matter. Right now, we just want to help.

The coronavirus has created uncertain times for everyone. Together, we fear for our health, our families and our finances. But amid this crisis we’ve seen people come together, even as we are distanced like never before. Individuals and companies are giving to the greater good. On the front lines are doctors, nurses, and first responders who have put themselves in harm’s way so that the rest of us can quarantine and keep our families safe. We are humbled and we want to give back.

Here’s our plan:

When you install a new heating and air conditioning system with B&L Ott & Meade, all new installs will receive:

  • $1,000 Discount on All Systems – No cut corners or reductions in quality.
  • Special Financing on all systems, with approved credit. Apply Here
    • Special Rate of 0% APR with 60 equal monthly payments
  • We will make your first two payments – We want you to be able to improve your home HVAC before the summer season, without a bill for 90 days. You have enough to worry about right now, let us cover your first 2 payments with a Visa Gift Card.
  • We will reduce the cost of air scrubber systems by $200 – Allergens, pathogens, and viruses similar to covid19 are greatly reduced by our Air Scrubber purification system. We want as many families as possible to have access to this technology.

Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, Fire Fighters, EMTs, Police Officers

  • No Profit Installation – We have removed our profit margin. We will only charge what is required to pay our employees and vendors.

Our Team:

  • Our team will maintain their health insurance at all costs.
  • We’ve taken extensive measures to protect our team and our customers through the use of protective equipment, sanitization and constant temperature measurement.
  • We are working hard to bring everyone back to full time hours.

It won’t change the world, but it’s what we can do.  We can serve our customers as affordably as possible.  This is the collective effort of some great small businesses, coming together and figuring out what we can do to help.  If you’ll join B&L Ott & Meade – share this for your customers and your competitors to see.  Let’s see how many companies we can get to join and help give back to our customers.  People first, profit second.  Small businesses can do big things.


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Mitsubishi Ductless System Installation

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Mitsubishi ductless heating and air conditioning systems allow you to enjoy the comfort of your home with the added benefits of healthy air, a greener planet, and a fuller wallet. The expert team at B&L Ott are ready to help you find the perfect Mitsubishi system for you. Contact us to make the switch!


Benefits of Ductless Systems


  • Compact: Ductless systems are compact; The indoor equipment only takes up a few of feet of space on the wall and the outdoor compressor is about the size of a large suitcase.
  • Energy Efficiency — Unlike common HVAC systems, ductless systems focus on “zones” and deliver targeted temperature control based on the needs of the specific area.
  • Effective: Since the air does not travel through the walls and is not affected by aging pipes or dust build-up, the overall effectiveness and longevity of the unit is remarkably high.
  • Affordable — Utility costs for traditional HVAC systems has been on the rise lately. Ductless heating and cooling systems rely on less power, thereby saving you money.



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My Second Floor Is Too Hot

When you go to bed, you want to be comfortable. This way you can get good rest and be as productive as possible the following say. When it comes to comfort, most people sleep best in a cool room with good air flow. Unfortunately, the upper levels of your home are generally hotter than the rest of your home. This is because heat rises. The issue can also escalate if there are other issues with your HVAC or air flow. If your second floor is too hot, contact the professionals at B&L Ott in Berks County for help.

HVAC And Ductwork

Before you are able to fix your hot second floor, you need to pinpoint what is causing the issue. Below are some common problems that can cause your second floor to be uncomfortable.

Wrong Size Unit – If your air conditioner is too small, it simply may not be strong enough to cool your entire house. It may be able to cool your first floor just fine, but it can’t keep up. If this is the case, you may find your unit running constantly.

Old Unit – Similar to a small unit, if your system is old, it may not be strong enough to cool your entire home. Most air conditioners will last about 8-10 years.

Dirty Filter – If your filter is clogged, it can block the air passing through your system. Then the cool air never makes it to your second floor.

Obstructed Ducts – Similar to a dirty filter, your air ducts can also collect dust over time. This dust can also block the air passing through your ducts. Then less cool air actually makes it out of the vent and into your Reading area home. If this is the case, contact B&L Ott for air duct cleaning.

Leaking – If there is a hole or a dent in your air ducts, cool air may be leaking out. If this is the case, the cool air is escaping before it gets to where you want it to go. B&L Ott can help you by repairing or modifying your air ducts if this is the case.

Insulate Your Attic

Is your attic properly insulated? If not, hot air from the attic can be leaking into your home and making your second floor hotter. It is important to ensure that your attic is properly insulated. This way the heat will stay in the attic and not make your bedroom uncomfortable. You may also find installing an attic ventilator helpful. If your roof is due for new shingles soon, you should also consider getting a lighter color as darker color absorb heat.

Close Blinds and Curtains

Sunlight that comes into your home makes the air warmer. This is beneficial in the winter as it helps you save on heating costs. However, in the summer, it makes your second floor even hotter. Close your blinds and curtains during the day to help keep the extra heat out.

Reduce Use Of Heat Appliances

Using certain appliances can also add heat to your home. This includes lights, your dryer, dishwasher, oven, hair drying, etc. Taking long hot showers can also add moisture and heat to the air. By minimizing how often you use these appliances, you can save energy and help keep your Reading area home a little bit cooler.

Use Fans

Good air circulation is also important to keep your home cool and comfortable. If the air on your second floor seems stuffy, use some fans to get the air moving. If you have a ceiling fan or rotating fan, turn them on. You may also find it helpful to set your HVAC fan from “auto” to “on” on your thermostat. This way the air will continually circulate throughout your Berks County home and not just while your air conditioner is running.

Home Zoning System

If you tried the other tips on this list, but still need more air control in your home, talk to B&L Ott about installing a home zoning system for you. A home zoning system splits your home into sections using dampers in your air ducts. By closing or opening these dampers you can better control where the cool air goes. You can send the cool air directly to your second floor at night so you can be comfortable and get good rest.

Supplemental HVAC System

B&L Ott can also help you install and extra HVAC system if needed. Whether you want another whole-house system or a mini-split system, our technicians can assist you. Our goal is to help you keep your home comfortable so you can enjoy your summer. If you would like to schedule any of our services, you can contact us through our website here: You can also call us at 610-927-5133.  

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Why is My Second Floor So Hot?

Most people prefer that the room be nice and cool when they go to bed. They find that they can breath easier and get more restful sleep when their bedroom is between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. Unfortunately, having a hot second floor can prevent you from getting the comfortable sleep you are hoping for.

To counteract this problem, many homeowners try setting their thermostat to an even lower temperature before they go to bed. This way the cool air can reach their second floor. However, this tactic causes the first floor to get even colder, wastes energy, and causes your utility bills to rise. If this situation sounds familiar, B&L Ott in Berks County is here to help. Below you will find some common causes for a hot second floor as well as some helpful solutions.

Heat Rises

One of the main reasons why your second floor is hotter is because heat rises. This means that any hot air that your HVAC system doesn’t remove will collect in the upper level of your home. Your HVAC system also has to work harder and longer if you want it to cool off your second floor.

Large House

The size of your home can also affect how hot certain areas of your Berks County home get. The larger your home, the more cool air it requires to be comfortable. It is important to ensure that you have the right size of the system. If it is too small, it won’t be able to produce enough cold air. If it is too large, it will cycle on and off too quickly and not properly distribute air throughout your home. Contact B&L Ott to help ensure you have the right size system.

Dark Roof

Dark colors absorb light and heat as well. This means that if you have a dark-colored roof, it is absorbing heat from the sun. This can also contribute to your second floor being too hot to sleep comfortably. If your second floor is always too hot, consider painting your roof a lighter color that reflects the sun.

Lack of Insulation in the Attic

Your attic likely isn’t connected to an HVAC system. Therefore, there is not much airflow and with the sun beating down on the roof, it likely gets very hot. This can affect the temperature of your home as well. One of the best ways to help combat this issue is to make sure your attic is properly insulated. This way the heat from the attic doesn’t leak into the upper level of your home.

Thermostat and Air Duct Placement

home automationYet,  another possible issue is the thermostat and duct placement. If you had a professional HVAC contractor install your system, you likely won’t experience this issue. However, if your contractor didn’t know what they were doing or if you have recently added more rooms onto your home, this can cause issues.

If your air ducts are not laid out properly, you can easily end up with uneven heating. Additionally, if the thermostat is in the wrong place, your HVAC system can shut off too early. You will also want to make sure that you don’t have any furniture blocking the air vents or return ducts as this can block air flow. Contact B&L Ott if you think you are experiencing this type of problem so we can help you find an appropriate solution.

HVAC Unit Issues

Finally, any issues with your HVAC system can also affect the airflow to your second floor. If your system is not running efficiently, or if your air ducts or vents are blocked, the air may not be getting to where it needs to go. A good sign that there is an issue with your HVAC system is that your system is constantly turned on. In this case, it is working overtime to keep your home cool. This is using up extra energy, reducing your systems life expectancy, and causing your energy bills to rise. Contact B&L Ott to help determine if your system needs any type of repair or attention.

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We can also help you improve the airflow in your home. We provide a variety of services such as biannual maintenance, air duct cleaning, installation of home-zoning systems, installation of mini-split systems, and more. If you need help determining what the issue is to contact B&L Ott through our website here: You can also call B&L Ott at 610-927-5133. We will help you get your home comfortable again so you can get the sleep and rest you deserve.

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Factors That Affect The Cost of Buying and Installing a New Air Conditioner

If you are searching for a new air conditioner, you may have noticed that it’s difficult to get an exact number as to what it will cost. This is because many factors go into determining the price of an air conditioner and its installation.

By knowing what aspects factor into the pricing for an air conditioner, you can help determine what features you need and what aspects you don’t necessarily want to pay top dollar for. Knowing this can help B&L Ott in Berks County help you choose the make and model that is the best fit for your home and lifestyle.


There are multiple types of air conditioners. There are central air systems with ducts, heat-pumps, mini-split systems, window units, and even portable air conditioners. Central air with ducts is one of the most popular types of air conditioners. These air conditioners are one of the cheapest ways to cool your entire home. Heat pumps are popular in warmer climates. Heat pumps can help provide extra savings in the right climate but have a higher initial cost compared to central air systems.

Mini-split systems are convenient options as they do not require ducts. They are a reasonable price if you only need to cool a single room or small area. However, if you need to cool your entire house, they are an expensive option. Window units and portable units are among the cheapest options. However, they will likely not provide the comfort that the other options can.


Like most other household purchases, the size of the HVAC unit you need also plays a part in determining the price. The bigger the system you need, the more expensive it will be. However, size is not something you can afford to get wrong.

Choosing the right size is a very important part of selecting a new air conditioner for your home. Both a unit that is too small or too large can end up wasting money. A unit that is too small will have to run more often and wear out. A unit that is too big will start up and shut down more often which will also waste energy and wear out the parts. The best way to ensure you install the right size air conditioner is to get help from the professionals at B&L Ott.

SEER Rating

SEER is a rating given to HVAC systems to show how efficient they are. SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. As you may have guessed the higher the SEER is, the more efficient the system is. This also means that the more efficient the system is, the more expensive the air conditioner will be. However, a more efficient unit will save you more over time.

When discussing a new system with B&L Ott think about if you rather have a cheaper initial cost while paying more later or if you rather pay more initially and save more over time. This can help determine which model is right for you.

Need for Ductwork

Another factor to take into consideration is whether you will need new ductwork installed or not. If you are getting a central cooling system and already have a duct system, this is something you likely won’t have to worry about. However, if you need any ductwork installed, you will want to consider the additional cost.

Replacing It Alone or With a New Heating System

When replacing your air conditioner, ask yourself if your heater will likely need to be replaced soon too. Buying your systems together can help you save. Some systems are even made to work with each other to maximize efficiency. This can save you even more in the long run.

HVAC Contractor

Finally, the contractor you choose to install your new air conditioner can affect installation costs. You may want to simply go with the cheapest offer, however, this can also mean that the installer may cut corners and not install everything properly. Then you can end up paying more trying to fix issues and get your system installed properly.

The best way to choose an HVAC contractor is to look at reviews or talk to others about which contractors are good and which ones cut corners. If you would like to discuss air conditioner installation with B&L Ott, you can contact us through our website here: You can also call 610-927-5133.

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B&L Ott’s Guide to Condenser Coils

How much do you know about your air conditioner and how it works? When it comes to your HVAC system, it is important to know the basics. Understanding how your system works allows you to take better care of it. To learn how your entire system works, it is best to start with understanding what each part and its function. In this B&L Ott guide, you can learn how to identify and care for the condenser coil. With the right maintenance, your system will last longer and save you money.

The Basics

A condenser coil is a part of the refrigeration system inside your air conditioner. It aids in transferring and exchanging heat in your home. It is filled with a substance called refrigerant that circulates through both an indoor and outdoor coil.

The refrigerant is cool when it is sent inside your home. The indoor fan blows the air in your home across the indoor coil. During this process, the refrigerant absorbs the heat. Then it is transported back outside. This leaves the air in your home cooler. Once outside, a fan blows air across the coil and a compressor changes the pressure of the refrigerant. This helps dissipate the heat and cool the refrigerant.

It might sound bizarre, but this process can still cool your home, even when Berks County summer hit 100 degrees. The key is the refrigerant which can operate at different temperatures and pressures. It can still dissipate heat when the temperature outside is much hotter than the temperature inside.


The condenser coil is located in the outside unit where your compressor is. It looks very similar to the radiator in your car. However, it may look a little different if you get a Trane all-aluminum spine fin coils. Basically, these coils look like a tube with a bunch of little fingers coming off of them. This design allows the coils to operate at a higher efficiency than most other coils.

B&L Ott Recommendations

B&L Ott uses Trane systems that have protected coils. This way, the outdoor placement of your unit is not as critical. However, we do recommend installing the outdoor unit away from trees and falling debris. If too many leaves, pollen, dirt, or dust fall into your unit, it can clog the coils and prevent proper ventilation. In fall, B&L Ott also recommends covering your outdoor unit with a Trane-specific condenser cover. These covers keep dirt and debris out but still allow air to circulate inside the unit.

Trane specific units use a powder coated cabinet to house the condenser coil. These cabinets are like no other in the industry. They greatly resist rust and corrosion to keep the condenser coil well protected, without starving the system for air. Remember, there should not be anything on these units during the cooling season.


The only maintenance required for outdoor condenser coils is a yearly cleaning. Cleaning removes all the debris from your unit so it can work at the highest possible efficiency. A well-maintained, efficient unit will save both energy and money. On the other hand, a neglected system may experience improper refrigerant pressures, efficiency issues, or premature failure of key system components. Give B&L Ott a call for all your heating and air conditioning needs.

You should not try to clean the coil yourself. Not only is cleaning it yourself dangerous because of high-voltage, but you could also damage your unit. You have to be careful about which company you choose to clean your unit as well. Some other companies may not use the correct cleaners or may not remove all the dirt from your unit. This can damage your unit and cost you more. Calling B&L Ott is the best way to ensure that your system is cleaned and maintained properly.

What to Expect from B&L Ott

On average, air conditioners last about 8-12 years. However, most well-maintained Trane models installed by B&L Ott can see an average of 15+ years. If your coil fails, it is probably time for a new system. An evaluation by B&L Ott will help you determine the best course of action. Proper maintenance is the key to ensuring you get the most from your coil and unit.

All of B&L Ott’s technicians have gone through specific training for this type of service. To clean the unit properly, we use a foaming degreaser to loosen the dirt first, then wash away the dirt with a hose. This is a process that is proven to work and takes about an hour. Our goal is to keep your HVAC system clean and running efficiently so your family can live comfortably.

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Should I Cover My Air Conditioner in the Winter?


ice-1125335_960_720Winters are unpredictable in Berks County. Some years we barely see any snow. Other years, our yards and air conditioning units get buried in a few feet of snow. In mid to late fall, many B&L Ott customers begin to winterize their homes. They clean up leaves, store away their gardening tools and break out the shovels.

When it comes to HVAC systems, many B&L Ott customers begin to prepare their furnace for winter. It is important to remember to take care of the rest of your HVAC system, though. You should winterize your air conditioner to ensure that it will be in working order for next season. When it comes to the outdoor condenser, many B&L Ott customers wonder if they should cover their unit. Each customer may have their own preference, but if you are unsure, this B&L Ott guide will help you decide.

What Elements Can Your Air Conditioner Handle?

Outdoor air conditioning units are built to withstand high and low temperatures but may struggle with other natural elements.  They can handle small to average amounts rain and snow. However, your B&L Ott system may run into problems when it encounters harsh Berks County weather such as ice and wind storms. If too much debris or precipitation gets into your system, it can damage the parts. Weather can also affect your systems efficiency and cause your energy bills to increase.  If you encounter a problem, contact B&L Ott for maintenance and repairs.

Reasons to Cover Your Air Conditioning Unit


Protection from Weather

Your B&L Ott outdoor condenser is designed to keep critical parts safe from precipitation. Yet, if extreme weather causes water to get into your system, that water can damage the machinery. Water is a fluid substance that doesn’t take much effort to move. If it getting into the crucial components of your system, it is likely to cause major problems.  For instance, if water freezes on the coils, it will damage the coils and cause corrosion over time. Too much ice can also block air flow and ventilation which will increase your energy bills.

Protection from Foliage

Covering your system can protect it from falling branches in debris. If your Berks County home is surrounded by trees, you know how often limbs break under the weight of the snow. The branches can bring down power lines or break fences. If foliage falls onto your condenser, it can clog the ventilation. If a twig gets stuck between the moving components it can cause jams and breaks. B&L Ott recommends trimming trees and removing leaves near your system before winter begins.

Reasons Not to Cover Your Air Conditioning Unit


animal-17819_960_720Animals See Covered Systems as Shelter

When you use a cover, small animals see your outdoor condenser as a shelter. The cover helps block the wind and keep precipitation out. It is a great place for animals to keep warm. This can be bad news for you, though. If they start building a nest, you may experience jams or poor ventilation. This can cost you in repairs. If you do encounter this problem, contact the specialists at B&L Ott for help.

Better Ventilation

Air conditioner covers decrease the air flow and ventilation of your B&L Ott condenser. When your system cannot ventilate properly, some moisture may get trapped in the unit. This provides conditions for mold and mildew to grow. However, with regular inspections and proper maintenance, you can help avoid these problems.


B&L Ott encourages our customers to cover their systems in the winter. We believe that protecting your system from the elements is the best way to prolong its life and keep it running efficiently. A popular solution is to place plywood on the top to block falling debris. This tactic still allows for proper ventilation.

When covering your system, you should never use plastic as it blocks the air flow. Whichever material you do use, make sure that it can breathe. Another solution is to build a shelter for your condenser. You can find a variety of designs online. If you are still unsure about what option is best for you, contact the professionals at B&L Ott. We answer your questions and address your concerns.

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Lower Your Home’s Humidity

trane heat pump unitSummer is here! As the weather warms up and we have more rain in PA, the humidity outside can skyrocket; but the humidity inside your home can increase, too. This increased indoor humidity can make your home feel hotter and, in addition to making you feel uncomfortable, can also lead to mold and mildew building up, your home’s wood swelling and cracking (that’s what happens when your doors get stuck), and many other things that can lead to health issues and costly solutions.

Luckily you can take the following steps to lower your indoor humidity.

  1. Set your thermostat to maintain ideal temperatures. You want your house cool when you’re home and inside, but you don’t want to go far below the recommended low temperature. You also want to make sure you increase the indoor air temperature when you’re not home or when you are sleeping and don’t need it as cool. Why do you want your house temperature to be just right and not too cool? In addition to easing the strain on your HVAC system and ensuring it survives the summer, relative humidity decreases as the temperature increases because warm air holds more moisture. When relative humidity decreases, it doesn’t feel quite as hot. Some thermostats also come with settings to measure and control humidity.
  2. Make sure your AC system is clean. Having clean filters and proper drainage will make your AC system run more efficiently so you don’t have to crank the AC all the way up to enjoy a cool home. This will also help keep your cooling bills as low as possible.
  3. Increase air circulation and ventilation. Make sure you open vents and turn on exhaust fans when cooking or showering. Don’t forget to make sure your vents take the air outside rather than simply recirculating the air inside. If you can’t do this, then crack open a window. This will help remove the moisture these activities create and will help air circulate. Also, make sure you use fans to help circulate air from your AC throughout the house.
  4. Check for leaking pipes. Leaking pipes lead to water which leads to moisture in the air. Increased moisture in the air will increase humidity.
  5. Limit use of vaporizers or humidifiers. If you need to use vaporizers or humidifiers to purify the air, limit your use of them. When you don’t need them, make sure they are off. Limiting use of these appliances will reduce the amount of humidity released into the air.

Reach out to us if you want to learn more about reducing your in-home humidity!


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Keep your HVAC system alive this summer

Summer is fast approaching, and in order to beat the heat outside you want to keep your home nice and cool inside. But is your HVAC system ready for summer? The tips below will help keep your HVAC system alive and running through the summer heat and can even save you money.

  1. Make sure your HVAC system is regularly inspected and maintained. Doing this helps you treat normal wear and tear issues before they become major issues. You may also want to consider an energy audit as part of or in addition to regular maintenance.
  2. Check your insulation. Proper insulation will help keep a home cool when you run the air conditioning and warm when you run the heat. Even if your home is insulated, it may be time for an upgrade.
  3. Get a programmable thermostat…and program it. Setting your thermostat for optimal daytime and nighttime temperatures is a great way to save money on your HVAC bills and to give your system some much needed rest and relaxation when it doesn’t need to be working hard.
  4. Replace old air conditioning units with energy efficient units. Energy efficient units can save you money, and you may be eligible for tax breaks. It’s also better to be proactive about replacing old units than it is to be surprised when your unit breaks.
  5. Check your fuses and circuit breakers. You may have a brand new HVAC system, but it won’t do you any good if your home’s electrical system is in need of care and you are constantly blowing fuses.
  6. Don’t block your air conditioning unit. If your unit is inside the house, don’t block the flow of air or use it as a shelf. Blocking the flow of air means you won’t feel the air, and if that happens you will likely crank up the AC and make the unit work harder than it needs to work. If your unit is outside, don’t let grass, trees, or shrubs block it; this can cause the filters to clog and impair the unit’s ability to drain properly.
  7. Check your unit’s filters often. If the filters are clogged or dirty, clean or replace them as soon as possible. Filters are in place to help you maintain good indoor air quality, so you don’t want to let the impurities filtered out of your air sit around in your machine and get re-filtered through the house. Clean filters also help your unit run easier.
  8. Make sure your AC units are draining properly. Removing any debris that is built up around the drainage area, keeping grass around the unit trimmed and not planting vegetation close to the unit are ways to keep the drain area open and unclogged.
  9. Turn off lights and heat-producing appliances when possible. If you reduce the amount of heat being produced inside of your home, you won’t need to run the air conditioner so much.
  10. Use fans rather than your air conditioner. Fans, especially a ceiling fan, will circulate cool air and use much less electricity.

What are your tips and tricks for keeping your HVAC units alive this summer?

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Air Conditioner Repair Throughout Pennsylvania

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An effective air conditioner is important to the comfort of a home environment. Nothing is worse than a broken air conditioner in the middle of July! Even in moderate weather, air conditioners are still needed. They don’t just control temperature–they control humidity, air movement, and air filtration of the indoor climate as well.

If your air conditioning system needs maintenance or repairs, B&L Ott is here for you. We offer quality and affordable air conditioner repair services throughout Berks County.

How Air Conditioners Work

The mechanics of an air conditioning system can be complicated. A refrigerant evaporation cycle must occur. This starts with a compressor that cools refrigerant. It turns the refrigerant into hot, high-pressure gas. The gas travels through coils to dissolve its heat and condense into a liquid. The liquid then expands into a valve and evaporates to become cold low-pressure gas. Finally, the cold gas travels through coils and cools down the air in the home.

Signs You May Need Your Air Conditioner Repaired

With so many different parts interacting, it can be difficult to figure out where the problem is. It can be even more difficult to figure out how to fix the problem yourself. Let the professionals at B&L Ott help. If you notice any of the issues listed below, contact B&L Ott for maintenance and repairs.

  • The air is not as cold or inconsistent.
  • The air flow in your home has weakened.
  • Your energy bills have been rising.
  • You have had problems with your thermostat.
  • You find moisture where it shouldn’t be.
  • You hear strange sounds or smell weird smells.

If left untreated, small issues can turn into big problems. It is important to make repairs soon after you notice them. It is also important to make sure the job gets done right. B&L Ott has professional and knowledgeable technicians that give attention to details. We thoroughly test and inspect your air conditioner to make sure you have cool air when you need it most.

Affordable Air Conditioner Repair in Berks County

There is a lot that can go wrong during this complex process. That’s why we are here to fix the problem and make your home climate a better place to live in. If you need to get your air conditioning back in working order, please contact B&L Ott with any questions or to request service.

Let’s Repair Your AC!

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