Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Energy Efficiency’

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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The “Off-Season” in Florida: What You Should Do for Your AC System

Monday, November 28th, 2016

What we call the “off-season” in Florida typically starts in December, and it means that you will soon be needing your air conditioner less and less often. You may even find yourself needing heating from time to time. Regardless, the wintertime is an excellent time to take care of some things that may help your AC to run more smoothly when you really need it.

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Here’s How the Whole Family Can Help Save Money on Cooling

Monday, November 7th, 2016

We know it can be difficult to save money when you have a lot of people living under one roof. With so many people occupying a home, it gets warmer a lot faster. And it can be tough to monitor and regulate temperatures with so many people capable of accessing the thermostat.

It isn’t too hard to cut down your bills by at least a little bit a month, however. We’ve got a few small steps outlined below so that everyone in the family is involved in helping to keep the utility budget in check.

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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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