Appliance Repair Technician Please come apply in person to be considered for the position. Monday – Friday 9:30 am – 3:30 pm. We are looking for someone who shows good character, good […]
We at Beacon are not IRS professionals, and do not make any claim or guarantee of credits any of our customers are eligible for. We are only passing along the information that […]
This video review has it all – laughs, heartache (from an underperforming washer and dryer set) and crazy plot twists and revelations such as: – High efficiency washers don’t get clothes clean. […]
Beacon Blessings was started by Beacon’s employees as a way to collectively provide aid to a family or individual in need during the holiday season.
Beacon Services and Appliances in Beverly Hills, Florida has drastically marked down their appliance inventory prices to help make room for new inventory coming in 2020. Washing Machines and Dryers as low […]
A condensate drain line is a gravity fed pipe that carefully and safely removes the condensation buildup from the evaporator coil inside the air handler. On a normal summer day, an air conditioning system can remove anywhere from 5 to 20 gallons of condensate from the air. This cool water fills the evaporator drain pan, and then flows out of the system through piping to the exterior of the home.
Beacon Services & Appliances was honored back in September to be nominated for the Independent We Stand, Independent Small Business Of The Year Award, otherwise known as “The Indie”. Independent We Stand’s […]
It is now easier than ever to have access to Beacon Services for all your appliance and air conditioning needs. Just download the Beacon App from the Google Play Store, and you will always have quick access on your phone be able to call, shop for appliances, or even schedule a service call, right over the app.
What has caused this ice buildup on the copper lines connected to your air conditioner?
A clean condensing coil is one of the pillars of a properly working air conditioning system. Refrigerant in the form of a high pressure hot gas enters the condensing coil where it is cooled to the point of fully turning to a liquid state. The cooling occurs as ambient temperature air is pulled through the coil, courtesy of the condensing fan. The heat expelled from the hot gas is transferred into this air.