Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Archive for January, 2016

Now Is the Time to Focus on Air Conditioning Maintenance

Monday, January 25th, 2016

When the weather is nice and temperate, you give your air conditioner a break. That’s what makes the wintertime in Florida such a perfect time to schedule an air conditioning maintenance visit with a qualified AC technician.

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What Temperature Do You Keep Your Home At?

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Temperatures that are too high or too low may be costing you, and it’s probably unnecessary to keep your home at such extremes. In today’s post, we give you our suggestions for your thermostat’s temperature settings so that you can save money and reduce the strain on your air conditioning and heating systems.

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Here’s How Professional Air Balancing Keeps you Comfortable

Monday, January 18th, 2016

You’ve invested your money into a home air conditioning and heating system to stay comfortable no matter the weather. But there are still some rooms in your home (or office building) where you just cannot seem to get comfortable. Problems can occur with the airflow in your home even if you have a brand new high-efficiency system, since many installers neglect to take a look at the ductwork during installation.

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How Big Should My Air Conditioner Be?

Monday, January 11th, 2016

Today, air conditioning systems are designed so well that new systems can be up to twice as efficient as those that are decades old, especially if the homeowner updates the thermostat as well and seals up any leaks in the ductwork. But there is only one size of unit that fits properly with your home and your cooling needs. And if the air conditioner is even a little too small or a little too big, you might have a number of problems later in the life of the system.

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Keep the Air Vents Open for Better Energy Efficiency

Monday, January 4th, 2016

Occasionally, we show up to an air conditioning or heating service to find that the air vents have been left open in some rooms, but closed in others. The explanation makes sense to someone with little experience in the HVAC industry: “We weren’t using the upstairs bedrooms, so we thought we’d shut the vents to save a little energy.”

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