Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Archive for February, 2016

The AC Isn’t Cool Enough: Do I Need More Refrigerant?

Monday, February 29th, 2016

People are quick to ask their technicians, “Does my air conditioner just need more refrigerant?” You might hope that your technician only needs to add some refrigerant (which you may know as Freon) to the system, and it can keep on working as it always has. However, an air conditioner is a complex piece of equipment, and there’s a lot that could go wrong.

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Can an Air Conditioner Help You to Stay Healthy?

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Many homeowners know that there is an air filter in any forced-air air conditioning system. This filter should be changed once a month or so (some can be changed more or less frequently) so that your air conditioning system doesn’t struggle to operate due to a blockage in airflow.

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3 Benefits of Our Comfort Club Membership

Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

Annual maintenance visits help to improve the condition of your heating and cooling systems, allowing them to keep you even more comfortable and, potentially, to save some money each and every month. But we know it can be tough to remember to schedule maintenance each and every year at the beginnings of the seasons. The solution? Joining an annual maintenance program. And our Comfort Club Membership is one of the best around.

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3 Ways a Brand New Air Conditioner Can Benefit You

Monday, February 15th, 2016

You’re still not sure whether it’s the right time to buy a brand new central air conditioning system. Maybe it’s because your older air conditioner is still working, but not at the capacity you’d like. Maybe you currently rely on window or portable AC units, and you don’t know if you really need a central air conditioner.

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Are You Ready to Upgrade to a Smart Thermostat?

Monday, February 8th, 2016

When the air conditioning system isn’t functioning properly, it’s rarely because the thermostat is not functioning properly. A struggling system likely has a part in need of repair, like a worn-down blower motor. But such problems sometimes develop too quickly due to inefficient usage of the thermostat.

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Not Getting Enough Air Through Your Vents?

Monday, February 1st, 2016

When you don’t feel comfortable as your air conditioner or heater trudges on, one of the first things you might do is to hold your hand up to the vents. As long as all of your vents are open (and they should be open at all times in order for your air conditioner to perform as designed), you expect to get a fairly even amount of airflow throughout all of the rooms in the home.

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