Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Archive for September, 2015

Have You Joined an Annual Maintenance Program Yet?

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

When was the last time you had a technician look at your air conditioning and heating systems? Was it a year ago? Five years ago? If you’re like most people, you only call a technician over to your home if you notice major problems with the operation of your air conditioner or heater. But most heating and air conditioning companies, energy experts, and manufacturers recommend that you call a technician to look over your system far more often than this.

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Why Is There a Lack of Airflow throughout Your Home?

Monday, September 28th, 2015

It’s a common problem in homes with central heating and air systems. In one room, the temperature may be cool and comfortable, while another room has hot spots that are difficult to get rid of. You might check the air vents to make sure they are opened. If so, you may decide to close off the vents in the rooms that are already adequately conditioned in order to direct airflow to a warmer room.

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Purchasing a New AC? Why Sizing Is So Important to the Process

Monday, September 21st, 2015

The first step many homeowners take when they are planning to purchase an air conditioner is to call around for various companies and look for the cheapest price. Unfortunately, this results in a lot of people not getting the system they expected—and often the service quality matches the price as well.

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How Often Should You Replace Your Air Filter?

Monday, September 14th, 2015

One of the most important things you can do for your air conditioning system—and one of the simplest—is to replace the air filter. The air filter is a small component of your air conditioner that has a major impact on its performance. Without the filter, you could end up doing a lot of damage to your air conditioning system if it sucked in debris from around the home and damaged the unit. But a clogged filter is no good either. We’ll detail why this is and why you should change it each and every month in today’s post.

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A Homeowner’s Guide to Air Sealing for Efficiency and Comfort

Monday, September 7th, 2015

You most likely already know that you should never leave the windows and doors open as you run your air conditioning system. The heat from outdoors infiltrates your home faster than the AC system can cool, reducing your comfort and raising your bills. But what you may not know is that even the smallest of leaks around your home can cause major issues, and that you probably have some in your home today.

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3 Common Air Conditioning Repairs

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

Dealing with a frustrating air conditioning issue? You’re not alone. While some repair needs are not very common, we see many other occurring again and again. We’ve compiled a list of three AC repairs we make more often than you might expect.

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