Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Archive for June, 2016

Summer: When Little Problems with Your AC Become a Big Deal

Monday, June 27th, 2016

In today’s post, we want to make sure that local homeowners know what to expect from their ACs in the coming months. Summer has started, and temperatures are about to be consistently hot, rain or shine. We need our air conditioners to work all the time in Tampa, but especially in the warmest months.

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Better Indoor Air Quality: Is Changing the Filter Enough?

Monday, June 20th, 2016

You do what you can to help your family members stay comfortable and healthy. As a homeowner, you provide the basic necessities your family members need to get by. But you also take care to make healthy choices when grocery shopping, ensure everyone gets to their doctor’s appointments, and encourage healthy behaviors and physical activity.

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4 Tips for Managing Your Energy Costs in the Summer

Monday, June 13th, 2016

Are you ready to take control of your energy costs? It can be difficult to keep costs low in the summer, due mostly to the amount of energy you use running your cooling system. However, we’ve got a few tips that might work for you.

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The Real Reason Your Air Conditioner Doesn’t Keep You Cool

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

Sometimes, the temperature in the room just doesn’t cut it, and the air conditioner never seems able to reach what you have set on the thermostat. Is it because your air conditioner is broken? Could it need a replacement? Or might there be another problem? Check out some little-know issues that can cause AC systems to perform poorly.

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Is It Time for Your Older Air Conditioner to Go?

Monday, June 6th, 2016

We know it’s tough to part ways, but sometimes it’s a better idea to let go of your older air conditioning system than to hang on until it completely breaks down. An older air conditioner might not do a very good job of keeping you comfortable. What’s more—these systems can cost a lot to hang onto, and replacing the system entirely could be a more cost-effective choice!

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