Springtime is here, and one of the dead giveaways is the change of air quality. Like most homeowners, you probably want to know, how to keep nasty allergens out of your house. One process is quite simple, keep your ac unit routinely service each year. Here are 4 important reasons to keep your air conditioning … Read more3 Top Reason to Routinely Service Your Air Conditioning Unit
Your current AC unit is more than a decade old. It has been acting up. You know that replacing it could save you money in the long run. As you are looking into new systems, you keep reading about sizing the AC unit. What does this mean? Size Determines Efficiency in Operations Do not try … Read moreWhat Size Should Your Next Air Conditioning Unit Be?
The average homeowner is well conditioned to believe that once harsh weather starts, certain things need to be protected from the elements. You wouldn’t let your grill sit in the rain and the snow, the same goes for your lawn furniture. However, what about your air conditioner? Once summer ends and you are no longer … Read moreShould You Cover Your Air Conditioner?
Your home’s air conditioner delivers cool comfort during scorching hot summer days. Unfortunately, the refreshing cold air produced by your unit can send your energy bill skyrocketing. If you’re looking to reduce the cost of cooling your home, you’ve come to the right place. The tips provided below can help increase the efficiency of your … Read moreHow to Save Money on Cooling Costs This Summer
Your air conditioner’s air filter may seem like a minor component, but in actuality, the filter is extremely crucial to your system’s overall operation. A dirty air filter can negatively affect your air conditioner in a variety of ways. To help you better understand the importance of changing your unit’s filter, we’ve created a list … Read moreAir Conditioning Tips: Don’t Let a Dirty Air Filter Ruin Your Summer
Recently, a person called our office frustrated with her current air conditioner repair person. Early in the spring, she paid to have her refrigerant “topped off” but a few short months later she is having problems again. Her question was, “Should I repair or replace? How do I know if it is time for a … Read moreHow Do I Know It Is Time for a New Central Air Conditioner?
When most people think about air conditioning, they think cold. However, the actual science behind air conditions is focused on the transfer of heat. Essentially, the hot air in your home is removed, leaving a cooler environment. This same science is what makes your refrigerator cold, and why heat pours out of the metal fins at the back … Read moreHow Does My Central Air Conditioner Work?
Usually, a central air conditioning system performs sufficiently for 10 to 15 years. We know those years go by so fast. When you’re in a situation where you need AC repair, it can easily put a dent in your wallet, especially if there’s a major breakdown or just extensive wear and tear the system has … Read moreExtend Your AC Unit’s Lifespan with Preventative Maintenance
If your current air conditioning system isn’t working properly or if you live in an older home that does not have central heating and air, you might be thinking about using window units to keep your home cool. Even though window units can work well for back-up in the short-term — such as to keep … Read moreWhy You Should Avoid Window Units for In-Home Air Conditioning This Summer
Not too long ago, the USA Today published an article that connected the use of air conditioners in the United States with greenhouses gasses and a worldwide “chilly nemesis.” Is this suggestion grounded in truth or is there some air conditioning hyperbole involved here? What the Government Says According to the Department of Energy, 66.67 … Read moreAir Conditioning Inefficiency: Fact or Fiction?