Archive for the ‘Air Conditioning’ Category

What Are My New AC System Options?

Monday, June 11th, 2018

air-conditionersSo, you’ve decided to install a new AC system in your home. Perhaps the old one finally gave up the ghost or you want to replace it before it has the chance to go out. Either way, when it comes to Florida summers, you can only afford to be without air conditioning for about thirty seconds before your life takes a dramatic turn for the worse. With that in mind, we have an overview of the three major AC system options to choose from.   (more…)

Three Ways to Keep Your Home Cool This Summer

Monday, May 28th, 2018

family-homeIf you’re thinking about ways to put off actually turning on your air conditioner – or just some ideas on how to help your air conditioner do its job a little better–we can help.

Of course, you should make an appointment for regular maintenance anyway before the heat of summer really sets in, to ensure your house stays comfortable year-round, but meanwhile here are some things you can do to help the A/C system’s performance: (more…)

3 Ways to Boost Your AC

Monday, May 14th, 2018

Is it stifling hot in your bedroom, even with the AC running? Or perhaps your bedroom is like a walk-in freezer whereas your living room is stuffy and warm? There is plenty that can go wrong with an AC in Delray Beach, FL! Our customers are always on the hunt for ways to quickly and cheaply boost their AC’s performance. Here are 3 powerful ways to do so!

overheated-homeowner (more…)

What is Short Cycling in an Air Conditioning?

Monday, April 30th, 2018

air-conditioning-warm-airSummer starts early here in Florida, and you want your air conditioner to be ready to go as soon as the first hot day hits. If you spot the signs of trouble – anything that doesn’t match the normal functioning of your system – you should turn it off and call in a repair service immediately.

Luckily, many serious problems display subtle signs of trouble early enough for you to do something about it. In these cases, you can do yourself a big favor just by checking your air conditioner the next time it runs. Among the things you should watch for is short cycling, which can be the sign of a serious problem. What is it, how can you spot it, and why is it such a problem for your system? Read on for the answers. (more…)

Tips for Saving Money on Air Conditioning Bills

Monday, April 16th, 2018

air-conditioning-repairSummer starts early in Florida, and every year, the temperatures seem to climb just a little higher. Our air conditioning systems are going to need to run all day every day in most cases. Do otherwise, and your home could turn into an oven in a matter of hours. That makes air conditioning as much of a necessity as plumbing or electricity, and by default, you’re likely going to have to pay higher monthly air  conditioning bills in the summer than you would in the fall or winter. (more…)

How Does Air Conditioning Refrigerant Work?

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

Ice-On-ACMost forms of air conditioning rely on refrigerant to do their job: a specialized chemical present in specific amounts in your system. (The precise type and amount depends on the make and model of your air conditioner.) A lot of people assume that air conditioners consume refrigerant like a care consumes gasoline, but that’s not the case. Refrigerant theoretically is supposed to last well past the lifespan of the system,  but unfortunately, leaks are common. In order to understand why that’s a problem, you need to understand how air conditioning refrigerant works to keep your home cool. (more…)

Air Conditioners Need Balanced Power Levels

Monday, March 19th, 2018

air-conditioning-warm-airSpring is officially here and summer won’t be far behind. If your air conditioner struggled to make it through last summer, now is the right time to purchase a new one. Doing so gives you the luxury of scheduling the replacement at your convenience, as well as allowing you to enjoy the benefits of a new system (such as greater efficiency and lower strain) all summer long.

One of the big factors you should consider with your new air conditioning system is the comparative power output level of the new unit. A trained technician can help you with specifics, but it pays to consider why power levels are so important. (more…)

Schedule a Maintenance Session for Your AC

Monday, March 5th, 2018

air-conditioning-repairWarm temperatures come early in our neck of the woods. It’s one of the reasons why we live where we do. But it also means that your air conditioner needs to be ready to work on a daily basis. The last thing you need is a sudden breakdown in the middle of a scorching day, or monthly bills that are higher than they should be. One of the best ways to prevent that is to schedule a maintenance session from a trained technician as soon as possible. Now is the perfect time of year to do so, when the weather is cool and you have a few weeks to find the right time for you before the temperatures start to rise. (more…)

Sizing a New Air Conditioner

Monday, February 19th, 2018

air-conditioning-maintenanceIf you’re in the market for a new air conditioning system, now is the time to act. Winters are very mild in our neck of the world, and late February represents one of the few times of the year when you have no regular need of your air conditioner. If yours labored during the last months of summer, if the warranty has expired, if you’re dealing with repair issues more often than you’d like, or any combination of the above factors, then replacing your outdated system with a new one makes a lot of sense. (more…)

Air Conditioning Repair Services Require a Professional

Monday, January 8th, 2018

air-conditioning-repairWinters are very mild in Florida, and while we’re technically in heating season right now, the weather still gets warm enough to run your air conditioner on a surprisingly regular basis. Nonetheless, the demand for your AC is likely reduced — especially when compared to our scorching hot summers — and if you’re looking at fixing a recurring problem with your system now is the time to do it (when you don’t have as much need of it and can let it rest for a few days if necessary). (more…)