Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Installation’

How to Pick Out a New Air Conditioner Installation

Monday, July 10th, 2017

Air-conditioner-unit-flowersDon’t get too upset when you find out your air conditioner needs replacement. You have plenty of help when you call our team, and besides, a new air conditioner might help you to save money each month. Today’s air conditioners are more efficient than they’ve ever been—but only if you pick the right one.

It’s always best to work with a contractor from beginning to end to find an air conditioner that is not only a good match for your needs but also the right size for your home. But to start you out, we’ve put together this guide so that you know what to look for when you’re starting out on the hunt for that new AC.

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How Well Does a Fan Cool Down a Room?

Monday, April 18th, 2016

When you’re feeling a little bit warm, turning on a fan can often help. A ceiling fan, a standing fan, or even a tiny desk fan can cool you off enough to keep you comfortable—to an extent. But as temperatures warm up, fans become less and less effective. In fact, they are incapable of lowering the temperature of the room by themselves.

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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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AC FAQ: What Does Refrigerant Do?

Monday, October 5th, 2015

We get a lot of questions about a chemical blend called refrigerant (commonly referred to by a trademarked name, “Freon”). When we show up to inspect an air conditioner that is struggling to cool a home, customers often ask: “Do I just need more refrigerant?” But more often than not, this isn’t the only problem with a broken AC.

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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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Finding the Most Efficient Air Conditioner for Your Home

Monday, June 15th, 2015

Are you searching for a new air conditioning system that will perform well for many years to come and help you to save some money on your bills? We recommend that you pay attention to the efficiency rating of your air conditioner rather than its initial price. While finding a system with a low price tag may seem ideal, remember that the money you pay over time could surpass the initial savings. Make sure your energy bills stay as low as possible by following these two tips from our experts.

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Tips for Finding a Reliable Air Conditioning Contractor

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Servicing an air conditioner is already a stressful experience, and it’s much more hectic if you hire the wrong team for the job. A good contractor is reliable, honest, knowledgeable, clean, and on time, but these aren’t qualities that are always easy to locate. How can you make sure you’ve found the right team for the job?

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Should You Schedule Heat Pump Installation over a Traditional AC?

Monday, May 25th, 2015

If you are looking for an efficient air conditioner for a new home or to replace a broken AC, a heat pump may be the right choice for you. A heat pump is a heating and air conditioning system together as one system, with an outdoor compressor and indoor air handler just like a conventional air conditioner. While a heat pump may not be right for every homeowner, it can be installed in nearly any home. Ask an air conditioning technician if a heat pump is right for your next air conditioning installation.

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3 Things to Look for with a New Air Conditioner

Monday, May 4th, 2015

Spring is the ideal time to evaluate your air conditioner, and see if the time has come to replace your old air conditioner with a new one. The milder temperatures give you the flexibility to schedule installation when you wish, and have it ready to go by the time our patented Lakeland, FL heat waves hit. But before you pull the trigger on a new system, it pays to do some research and determine your precise needs and wishes. Here are 3 things to look for with a new air conditioner.

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Humidity and Your Air Conditioning System

Monday, April 27th, 2015

When the air outside feels so much hotter than the weather report indicates, it’s usually because of the humidity. When it’s hot and humid outside, your body cannot cool down the way it naturally does. Normally, your body sweats to cool down, and you feel cooler as sweat evaporates. But sweat cannot evaporate quickly when there is too much moisture in the air.

When you go indoors and turn on your air conditioner, you feel cooler not only because the AC removes heat from the air and sends cool air through the vents, but also because it removes moisture from the air. In fact, some of the first air conditioners were invented mainly with humidity control in mind.

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