Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Archive for August, 2016

3 Reasons Your Air Conditioner Isn’t Cooling Your Home Enough

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

When your air conditioning system does a poor job of cooling your home, you might just turn the thermostat down a few more degrees and hope for the best. But the fact of the matter is that even a problem that seems to be relatively small can cause a lot of issues later on.

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How a Wi-Fi Thermostat Improves Your Home

Monday, August 29th, 2016

Programmable thermostats changed the way we thought about our air conditioning systems. Before programmable digital thermostats came along, it was difficult to ever set the temperature just where you wanted it. And, because you couldn’t schedule the temperature ahead of time, you were forced to either leave the AC on all day when you left the house, using up energy, or else you had to turn the temperature up to an uncomfortable temperature before you left, and come home to a hot house later.

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Why a Heat Pump Should Be Your Next Home Comfort Installation

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

When you’re looking out for a new home comfort system, the traditional central air conditioner is no longer your only option. Typically, heating and cooling systems are separate installations. But it seems pointless to have a separate furnace in Florida, where you rarely use your heating system as it is.

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Why We Are Trane Comfort Specialists

Sunday, August 14th, 2016

We are certified Trane Comfort Specialists, which means that we are recognized by Trane, a leader in heating and air conditioning technology, as a company committed to providing the best in service with any installation or repair. It’s not a recognition awarded to just any company. We’ve had to prove that we meet the rigorous standards of Trane and that we continue to train our techs on the best possible service, keeping up with the latest technology and industry standards.

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Why a Bigger Air Filter Might Not Help with Your Air Quality

Monday, August 8th, 2016

When you notice problems with the indoor air quality in your home, you want to know what you can do to change your situation. When people are coughing and sneezing far too frequently in the home, you may start by changing the air filter. And when you get to the store, you might notice that air filters come in different sizes and effectiveness ratings.

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Cleaning the Central AC System’s Coil Is Important

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

The outside component of your air conditioning system is bound to get dusty. It’s located outdoors and subjected to the elements, so you can count on a little bit of grime building up over time. This isn’t such a big deal—until all of that dirt starts to coat the coil inside of the cabinet.

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How Very Low Temperatures Hurt Your AC

Monday, August 1st, 2016

Are you setting your thermostat temperature too low? It may seem as though 68° is just what you need to stay cooler, faster, for longer. However, this can have repercussions for your air conditioning system. And you’re probably just as well off setting the temperature nearly 10° higher—and saving some money while you’re at it.

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