It’s Air Conditioning Maintenance Season: What You Can Do

Monday, March 28th, 2016

When you work for an air conditioning and heating company, you know that springtime is AC maintenance season. However, we also know that many of our customers aren’t aware of the importance of regular AC service before the start of the season. Spring maintenance can help to save you a lot of trouble in the summertime, so follow our steps to get your air conditioner into better condition to stay cooler and save money in the summer.

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Make a Professional AC Tune-Up Part of Your Spring Cleaning Routine

Monday, March 21st, 2016

Spring is here, which means it’s time to tidy up the home, declutter, and focus on parts of your home you’ve been neglecting for much of the year. And one part of your home you may not have thought about until very recently is your air conditioner. The air conditioner may have suffered quite a bit of wear and tear since the beginning of the last cooling season, which is why we recommend scheduling spring maintenance early on in the season.

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What You Should Know about Refrigerant

Monday, March 14th, 2016

Many people know that their air conditioning system has a chemical in it that helps with cooling. This chemical is known by a few different names. While many call it Freon—a trademarked name—it’s actually called refrigerant, and it is a vital component of your AC system. Here’s what we think you should know about refrigerant so that you can seek the proper services when something goes wrong with your home cooling.

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Replace Your Air Conditioner Before It Gets Hotter

Monday, March 7th, 2016

Are you preparing to replace your air conditioning system at some point in the year? If so, don’t wait any longer than you have to! We know that homeowners often want to delay the expense, but waiting until outside temperatures are unbearable is simply not a good alternative. Let’s go over some of the reasons we think it’s a good idea to replace your AC as early on as possible.

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