Archive for May, 2017

Own a Large Home? Give Your Air Conditioner a Hand!

Monday, May 29th, 2017

air-conditioning-ewfficiencyLarger homes can be extremely hard to keep cool, especially as spring turns to summer and the temperatures start to rise. Centralized systems can struggle to keep the entire home cool, creating crafts and cold spots in some areas while leaving others too warm. Then there’s the costs involved, which can skyrocket during the hottest months, as well as putting excessive wear and tear on the system. If you own a larger home, you might want to invest in ways to make your air conditioner more efficient: helping you keep your home cool while cutting down on those costs. There are a number of ways to do that, no matter what kind of specifics your home entails. (more…)

Have You Had Your Air Conditioner Serviced Yet?

Monday, May 15th, 2017

air-conditioning-maintenanceSummer begins in fact if not in name a little earlier every year, and that means you’ll likely be running your air conditioner every day to keep your home cool and comfortable in the face of stiflingly hot temperatures. That means giving your system every advantage you can and ensuring that any lingering problems are take care of well before the heat begins in earnest. If you haven’t scheduled a maintenance session for it in the past 12 months, now is the optimum time to do so. It could save you a great deal of time and money as the mercury continues to rise this spring. (more…)

What Causes Low Airflow in an Air Conditioner?

Monday, May 1st, 2017

air-conditioning-repairCooling season starts early in our neck of the woods, and chances are you’re using your air conditioners on a fairly regular basis. That makes this a good time to check for any problems the air conditioning might be having: any sign that differs from the accustomed sounds and features of your system. When that happens, you should shut your system off and call in a repair technician immediately. It could save you a great deal of money in unnecessary repairs, and possibly prevent a small problem from turning into a big one. (more…)