Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning’

What’s the Ideal Temperature for Summer Cooling?

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

thermostat-dial-green-wallpaper-handIf it were up to you, you’d spend the hottest hours of summer lounging in an indoor pool in an air-conditioned room with a popsicle in hand. Of course, this isn’t exactly realistic, but you do have a central air conditioning system to help you beat the heat. However, the heat of summer can lead you to turn down the thermostat too low, hoping for an escape.

We want to help you save money and keep your air conditioner working at its best. What’s the ideal summertime temperature for cooling?

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How to Get the Most Out of AC Maintenance

Monday, May 29th, 2017

air-conditioning-outside-maintenanceWe get it. Few people are thrilled about making a call to an air conditioning technician to spend money on something that is really a necessity in our part of the country. But when you skip scheduling air conditioning maintenance before the summer is really heating up, you risk hundreds of dollars more in repair money lost.

Air conditioning maintenance is a service that can get you more bang for your buck throughout the year. Your air conditioner wears down year after year, and the only way to feel confident that your air conditioner is running as efficiently as it can is with regular service as early in the year as possible. Here’s how to get the most out of your annual maintenance appointment!

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Can a Dehumidifier Keep You Cool?

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

In the summertime, a dehumidifier offers major relief. This is when humidity levels are typically at their highest, after all, and a dehumidifier may be just what you need. But how, exactly, does this work? Can a dehumidifier really keep you cooler?

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What Most Homeowners Get Wrong about the AC Vents

Monday, March 6th, 2017

question-markHomeowners want to save as much money as they possibly can when it comes to monthly bills. Reducing the use of the air conditioner is a great place to start, as this can use up a major portion of a home’s energy bill, especially in a place like Tampa.

There are lots of ways you can cut back on energy usage and make an impact on your bills and on the environment when it comes to air conditioning. However, one of the ways people try to save on AC costs may do quite the opposite.

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3 Common Misconceptions about AC Refrigerant

Monday, February 20th, 2017

outside-AC-unit-catsWe’re on a mission to help homeowners have more efficient, high-performance air conditioning systems. And one of the ways we do that is by ensuring we offer you all of the information you need to make informed decisions about your air conditioning.

Misconceptions about AC refrigerant, the chemical component that cycles throughout the indoor and outdoor parts of your air conditioning system, may lead to some problems. You may not know to seek out a technician’s help when you need it, or you may not be able to recognize when your AC system is at risk of failure. Read on, and we’ll try to clear up some of the misconceptions you may hold about the way your air conditioner’s refrigerant is used.

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3 Things to Know about the Blower Fan in Your Air Conditioner

Monday, September 19th, 2016

The fan in the inside portion of your air conditioner is known as the blower fan. As you can guess, this is because it’s responsible for blowing the air to the duct system that allows for air distribution throughout your home. Of course, it’s not the only part working to keep you cool. But there are still a few things we think you should know about it, whether you want to keep your old AC system maintained or you are shopping around for a new one.

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Count on Our Experts for AC and Heating Services in the New Year

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Looking for an air conditioning and heating company you can trust to provide quality work, fair pricing, and excellent customer service? Look no further!

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A Homeowner’s Guide to Air Sealing for Efficiency and Comfort

Monday, September 7th, 2015

You most likely already know that you should never leave the windows and doors open as you run your air conditioning system. The heat from outdoors infiltrates your home faster than the AC system can cool, reducing your comfort and raising your bills. But what you may not know is that even the smallest of leaks around your home can cause major issues, and that you probably have some in your home today.

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All About Smart Thermostats: An Investment in Your Comfort

Monday, August 31st, 2015

The smart thermostat is one of the latest innovations in air conditioning and heating technology. If you have a manual thermostat, you know just how frustrating it can be to attempt to get the temperature just right in your home. Programmable thermostats changed this by giving homeowners a clear display of the current temperature and additional presets. But a smart thermostat goes above and beyond, not only providing the same features as a programmable thermostat but also working through your wireless connection to give you total control from a remote location.

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Setting the Thermostat Too Low: An Air Conditioning Blunder

Monday, August 24th, 2015

If it’s just as hot in your home as it is outdoors, arriving home after a long day of work can be a struggle. You want to kick off your shoes and relax on the couch, but you can’t get comfortable when you’re sweating it in your own home. If you’re like many homeowners, you turn down the temperature as low as it can go so that you can relax. But we strongly advise against this.

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