Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Plant City’

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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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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What’s the Minimum SEER Rating for Air Conditioners?

Monday, July 18th, 2016

If you’ve shopped around for a new air conditioning system recently, you may have noticed the SEER. This is a number that is meant to indicate energy efficiency for the system you are planning on purchasing. But if you don’t have any background knowledge of central AC systems, you probably are still a little unclear on the terminology.

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Better Indoor Air Quality: Is Changing the Filter Enough?

Monday, June 20th, 2016

You do what you can to help your family members stay comfortable and healthy. As a homeowner, you provide the basic necessities your family members need to get by. But you also take care to make healthy choices when grocery shopping, ensure everyone gets to their doctor’s appointments, and encourage healthy behaviors and physical activity.

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3 Little-Known Tips for Saving Even More on Cooling Costs

Monday, May 23rd, 2016

Air conditioning can be one of the biggest contributors to your monthly bills. And sometimes, it may feel like the only way to save money is to raise the temperature on the thermostat to the point of discomfort.

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Why Are the Temperatures Uneven around My Home?

Monday, April 25th, 2016

You can stay nice and cool while you’re cooking in the kitchen, but for some reason your bedroom seems to take much longer to cool down. You might have already accepted this as something that is normal for your home, but it’s not something you should put up with. In fact, if this is happening to you, you could be spending way too much on air conditioning (and heating).

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Warmer Days Are Ahead: What You Should Do for Your AC

Monday, March 28th, 2016

As extreme temperatures are nearer and nearer, we want to help you see to it that your air conditioner is in the best condition possible to handle the work. You want to reduce your risk for a system breakdown as much as possible and ensure that you have a system that can make it through the summer. Find out the best ways to achieve these goals in the guide below.

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The AC Isn’t Cool Enough: Do I Need More Refrigerant?

Monday, February 29th, 2016

People are quick to ask their technicians, “Does my air conditioner just need more refrigerant?” You might hope that your technician only needs to add some refrigerant (which you may know as Freon) to the system, and it can keep on working as it always has. However, an air conditioner is a complex piece of equipment, and there’s a lot that could go wrong.

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Not Getting Enough Air Through Your Vents?

Monday, February 1st, 2016

When you don’t feel comfortable as your air conditioner or heater trudges on, one of the first things you might do is to hold your hand up to the vents. As long as all of your vents are open (and they should be open at all times in order for your air conditioner to perform as designed), you expect to get a fairly even amount of airflow throughout all of the rooms in the home.

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