Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Brandon’

Troubleshooting a Short-Cycling AC System: Why Your Unit Turns On and Off Too Often

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Short-cycling is what we call an air conditioner that does not have complete cooling cycles. It only turns on for a short period of time, and then it shuts off soon afterwards. It still offers some amount of cooling, generally. It might not really bother you all that much. But it wears down the AC system rather significantly.

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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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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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Does a Dehumidifier Help You Save Money?

Monday, July 4th, 2016

Humidity in the summertime can really bring you down. It makes the air feel a lot warmer—not because it actually raises the temperature, but because any sweat on your skin is not able to evaporate into the air easily. Thank goodness for air conditioning, right? There’s only one problem.

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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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How Your Local HVAC Technicians Can Help You During Allergy Season

Monday, May 9th, 2016

You’ve tried everything you can to help ease your allergy symptoms. You’ve tried staying indoors and away from the allergens outside. You may have visited the doctor’s office or made countless trips to the pharmacy to try out different over-the-counter medicines. But a big part of keeping your allergies under control starts in the home.

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This Simple Monthly Task Helps You Save Money Each Month

Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

It’s something that many homeowners have heard, but something that few remember to do. You’re supposed to change (replace) the air filter in your air conditioning system each and every month. The reason many people neglect this task is that few understand the repercussions of skipping a filter replacement. It’s not just your health you should worry about (though the filter is useful in keeping allergy symptoms under control). Read on to find out more about the filter and why it’s so important to change it.

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The Air Conditioning Isn’t Working: Is It the Thermostat?

Monday, March 7th, 2016

With warm weather already upon us in Brandon, FL, you may have already turned on your AC. If you have, only to discover it’s not working, don’t panic just yet! There are many reasons your AC may be experiencing trouble. As the heart of your AC system, your thermostat could be playing a roll. We’ve listed a few factors to check for below, before you call for service.

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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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Here’s How Professional Air Balancing Keeps you Comfortable

Monday, January 18th, 2016

You’ve invested your money into a home air conditioning and heating system to stay comfortable no matter the weather. But there are still some rooms in your home (or office building) where you just cannot seem to get comfortable. Problems can occur with the airflow in your home even if you have a brand new high-efficiency system, since many installers neglect to take a look at the ductwork during installation.

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