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Not Sure You Have Room For An AC Unit? What You Can Do

If you have always had a swamp cooler on the roof of your house, then you know that although swamp coolers can do their job, they may not always be able to cool your entire house. Luckily, with an air conditioning unit, you can cool down your entire house-- even on the hottest days of the year-- so that you and your family can live and sleep comfortably. Unlike swamp coolers that are on your roof, however, air conditioners need to be on the ground — but if you aren't sure if you have the room for one in your yard, then this article is for you. Read More 

A Frozen Air Conditioner Is Not A Good Thing - How To Prevent This From Happening

It's summer, and to beat the heat you want to be inside where it's nice and cold. Your home shouldn't feel like a freezer, though, as much as you may want it to feel that way. Turning down your air conditioner too low may result in your unit freezing up. If this happens, it can result in a hefty repair bill for you. Read on for tips on how to prevent your unit from freezing and other tips to keep your air conditioner working as it should all season long. Read More 

3 Keys For AC Replacement And Maintenance

When you're thinking about how you can keep your air conditioning system running at its highest capability, it's vital that you first get a handle on the maintenance. There are some maintenance strategies that will guide you and plenty of air conditioning contractors that will be glad to have your business. To this end, keep reading and touch base with a professional that can serve you with any sort of help you are looking for. Read More 

How A Heavy Snowfall May Affect Your Air Conditioner

Air conditioners are designed to handle different weather elements, including snow falls. However, sometimes the snow falls become too much and begin to affect the AC, especially the outside unit housing the compressor. Here are the specific ways in which too much snow accumulation may affect your AC. The Effects Airflow Blockage The major effect of snow accumulation on your AC unit is that it interferes with airflow. This is unfortunate because the compressor (outside unit) needs good air flow to dispense of the heat collected indoors. Read More 

How To Prep Your AC Unit For Summer

With summer coming quickly, now is the time to get your air conditioning system up and running at maximum efficiency. If you wait too long, you could end up making repairs in the dead of summer, when you really need the system to keep your home comfortable and cool. This article explains a few things you should do to get your air conditioning system up and running. The Importance of the AC Unit Read More 

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The Comfort of Home

When I married my amazing husband ten years ago, I moved into the brick, ranch home he already owned. Immediately, I was thankful that the house was equipped with a central heating and air conditioning unit. This once efficient system kept me cool during the hot summer days. It also allowed me to remain warm in my home during the cold winter nights. Now, our air conditioning unit is twenty years old. Because of its age, the system has started to malfunction. Recently, my husband contacted an HVAC contractor about installing a new system at our home. This kind technician patched our old system to give us time to contemplate what type of new unit we want. On this blog, I hope you will discover the ways an HVAC contractor can help you continue to enjoy the comfort of your home.

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Not Sure You Have Room For An AC Unit? What You Can Do
22 August 2018

If you have always had a swamp cooler on the roof

A Frozen Air Conditioner Is Not A Good Thing - How To Prevent This From Happening
19 July 2018

It's summer, and to beat the heat you want to be i

3 Keys For AC Replacement And Maintenance
13 June 2018

When you're thinking about how you can keep your a

How A Heavy Snowfall May Affect Your Air Conditioner
7 May 2018

Air conditioners are designed to handle different

How To Prep Your AC Unit For Summer
19 March 2018

With summer coming quickly, now is the time to get

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