Why Are My Air Conditioning Ducts Sweating?

If this is happening to you, it’s most likely because your air conditioning system is too cold. This happens after the temperature drops below 70 degrees Fahrenheit during the cooling season or falls below 60 degrees Fahrenheit during the heating season. When your AC system gets too cold, condensation forms on the ductwork and drips onto furniture and walls back inside rooms. Since condensation can cause mold growth, you should leave the house for about an hour so that cool air can circulate through your home once more before cleaning up any moisture. If this doesn’t solve your problem, take a look at our guide to replacing old A/C units with new energy efficient models.

Is my water heater leaking?

Leaking water heaters are one of those annoying little sins in life that seem impossible to miss when they occur but don’t quite make sense until you start researching them online—it took me a while to figure out exactly what was going on here! The reason why everything seemed off was because I had just replaced my hot water tank from an older model with a newer one from another brand altogether without thinking twice about it (oops). So why did I have such high levels of iron in my system?! Well, let me explain: In order for all metal pipes within our homes to work properly they need certain minerals present within their surroundings—in other words if there isn’t enough iron in solution around these metals then rust will begin forming which could create leaks and corrosion

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