How New Thermostats Are Changing the AC and Heating Industry

Monday, August 14th, 2017

Digital-Thermostat-HandIt’s never been easier to be comfortable. When programmable thermostats first hit the market many years ago, the HVAC industry was forever changed. And now, with the advent of smart thermostats from various brands in home comfort and technology, you have more control over your air conditioning and heating than ever before.

Learn about some of the innovative ways new thermostats are changing the way people see air conditioning and heating, and find out why you should consider making the switch.

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3 Easy Ways to Save Money on Air Conditioning

Monday, July 31st, 2017

air-conditioner-money-pileSaving money in the summer months is never easy. For those of us with kids in school, summertime means more time spent at home and more energy used throughout the day. You may be scheduling vacations and stocking up on summertime clothing. But one of the biggest costs of all is also one of the most annoying—the cost of air conditioning.

You need your air conditioning system in order to stay cool, but it’s possible to be comfortable without shutting off the system altogether. We have some tips to help you stay cooler without spending a ton of money on AC.

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Your Air Conditioner May Be Using Too Much Energy

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

air-conditioner-money-pileIn the summer, we expect our bills to take a hike. Spring was a nice reprieve from the higher bills of winter, but summer is when many of us run the air conditioner at full force and try to stay comfortable on the hottest, most humid of days. Your bills should go up somewhat, but if your electric bills seem out of control in the summer, there may be a reason within your control.

Check out some of the reasons central air conditioners end up using more energy than they should, and learn what you can do to get bills under control, in the guide below. Call our friendly team for more information!

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Problems with My Comfort System: Is the Thermostat Broken?

Monday, February 13th, 2017

Digital-Thermostat-HandWhen you change the settings on the thermostat, it can take a minute or two before you hear the fan set in. The fan is delayed for a moment due to safety settings that ensure the heating/AC equipment works properly before air moves into your home. But if, after a couple of minutes, you hear nothing coming from the vents, should you be worried?

Many people assume the thermostat is responsible when there is a problem with the heating and air conditioning systems. This may be the case, but it’s likely you’ll need to call in a technician to resolve a larger problem with your HVAC equipment. Learn more about thermostats and common problems with a heating and air conditioning system from the guide below.

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Central Air Conditioners Remove Humidity Too

Monday, July 11th, 2016

Central AC systems cool the air throughout the entire home, which is something you already know. But what you may not know is that an air conditioner can also help to keep humidity levels under control. This feature is built into any system that uses refrigeration to cool down a space, and it helps to keep you a lot more comfortable when humidity levels reach their highest during the summer months.

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What Does It Mean to Be a NATE-Certified Technician?

Monday, August 31st, 2015

When it comes to the larger systems we count on for our modern way of life, such as vehicles, plumbing systems, and heating and air conditioning equipment, most homeowners don’t have the expertise to attempt servicing the systems on their own. You want to hire the very best when it comes to keeping these important and often costly symptoms in good condition. And when it comes to your HVAC equipment, ensuring it’s in the very best condition means hiring NATE-certified technicians.

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Why Isn’t My Air Conditioner Working?

Monday, August 24th, 2015

It’s one of the most common calls we get from homeowners seeking out our fast, reliable service. There’s no air coming from the air conditioning system, and temperatures inside of the house are climbing. What could be at fault? And is there anything you can do yourself to fix it?

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3 Things You Didn’t Know about Your Air Conditioner

Monday, July 20th, 2015

For the most part, you don’t worry too much about how your air conditioner works. All you’re focused on is setting the thermostat and calling a technician from time to time. However, there are a few things we think you should know about your air conditioner if you want to get the best in performance from your system. Take a look!

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3 Tips for Efficient Air Conditioning

Monday, June 15th, 2015

Keeping the AC running all day long can really drain your budget, raising your energy bills and potentially forcing your air conditioner to fail prematurely. In order to save some money this year, try following these three simple tips that can help you keep cool without breaking the bank.

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It’s Time to Schedule an Air Conditioning Maintenance Visit

Monday, June 1st, 2015

As the weather heats up, you need a reliable air conditioning system to get you through the warmest of days. But even the best air conditioning equipment is no good if you don’t take care of it. You can keep your air conditioner in good condition by changing the air filter regularly and calling for repairs as soon as you notice issues. But the best way to ensure the life of your air conditioning system is to schedule a maintenance visit with a professional technician.

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