4 Ways to Upgrade Your Air Conditioner without Replacing It

Monday, June 29th, 2015

There comes a time when any air conditioning system will reach the end of its life. But you don’t have to wait until your AC system fails completely before improving the quality of your air conditioning. Here are four ways an expert AC technician can help you make improvements to your air conditioner long before it’s time to replace it.

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Have You Considered Ductless Air Conditioning Installation?

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

If you don’t have any ducts throughout your entire house or even in a single room of the home, it may seem as though your options for cooling are limited. A lot of homeowners end up purchasing small, noisy window air conditioners to cool each room. But you’ll soon notice that these just don’t offer the same performance as a conventional air conditioner. The solution? Ductless air conditioning!

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Is It Time to Replace Your Thermostat?

Monday, June 15th, 2015

When a component of the air conditioning system is broken, you know it’s time to call in an expert for a professional parts replacement. This is true of the motors, the electrical components, and the thermostat, among other parts. For some people, replacing a part before it fails seems excessive. But when it comes to your thermostat, keeping an old model around for too long can mean trouble for your AC and your bills—even if it’s still working.

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3 Ways Your Home May Contribute to High Energy Bills

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Running your air conditioning system comes with a price, but you can lower this cost by taking a few important steps to keep your air conditioner running efficiently. Scheduling routine maintenance and installing energy efficient AC equipment are great steps toward efficiency. But did you know that some elements of the layout of your home can also contribute to higher bills? Take a look at some of the reasons your air conditioner may use excessive energy and what you can do about it.

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Could Your Air Conditioner Be the Wrong Size for Your Home?

Monday, June 1st, 2015

When an HVAC technician installs a new air conditioning system, the process is generally somewhat lengthy. But this is necessary in order to ensure the quality of the equipment. The AC installation technician should thoroughly examine the system and make sure that it operates safely and effectively. And even before the installation, the technician should inspect your home and ask a number of questions in order to check that the AC is the proper size, or cooling capacity, for your home.

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