Why Is the Temperature Different in Every Room?

Monday, July 27th, 2015

As temperatures start to heat up outside, small differences in the temperature in each room of your house become more and more noticeable. Often, this is a prominent issue in larger homes with multiple stories. But any house can struggle with temperature inconsistencies that make the rooms less comfortable to be in, and that force you to run your air conditioner for longer. Learn about a couple of reasons for this unevenness in today’s guide, and schedule service with a professional today.

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3 Tips for Saving Money on Cooling Costs this Summer

Monday, July 20th, 2015

In the summertime, your energy bills can start to skyrocket. Some homeowners will end up adjusting the temperature to a higher setting than is comfortable, just to save a little bit of money. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice your comfort to reduce your bills. There are a few steps you can take to lower your cooling costs without much compromise from you and your family members.

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How Should I Program My Thermostat?

Monday, July 13th, 2015

This is one of the most common questions we get asked by our customers—and one that is somewhat difficult to answer. Each programmable thermostat is different, and your cooling needs differ from your neighbor’s as well. If you have pets, for example, you may need to keep the temperature lowered even while you are away, and a couple with small children will have different cooling needs than a couple without any kids. But in general, you can follow these tips in order to save money and stay more comfortable.

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AC Troubleshooting Guide: What to Check When It’s Not Working

Monday, July 6th, 2015

There’s never a convenient time for an air conditioning system to shut down. Waiting for a technician to arrive may not have been in your plans for the day, but scheduling professional service is the only way to ensure that the repair is handled right. However, there may be a few things you can try before calling for repairs.

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