Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Maintenance’

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…)

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 Service Sessions Deliver Long-Term Benefits

Monday, December 25th, 2017

air-conditioning-repairHere in sunny Florida, air conditioning season never really goes away, and we might have need of our system any time of year if an unexpected heat wave hits. That said, winter months are the mildest months of the year, and chances are you’re using your system much less often now than you were just a few months ago. That makes now an excellent time to schedule a service session for your air conditioner, especially if you haven’t done so in the last year. Air conditioning service sessions provide a number of benefits to your system, saving you money and effort in the long run. (more…)

How Long Has It Been Since You Scheduled Air Conditioning Service?

Monday, November 13th, 2017

air-conditioning-repairHere in Florida, there really isn’t an end to air conditioning season. Winters are warm and balmy, which means you’ll likely be using your air conditioner well into January and even later. In these kinds of conditions, it’s very important to keep your system up and running, even in circumstances where you don’t think it needs repairs. Air conditioning servicing or maintenance is a vital part of that equation. (more…)

Do You Need Air Conditioning Repair This Off-Season?

Monday, October 30th, 2017

air-conditioning-repairOur winters are extremely mild here in Florida, which is one of the benefits of living here. But it does tend to get cooler in the winter months, which makes it the perfect time to schedule repairs and similar servicing sessions for your air conditioner. You won’t have need of it the way you do the rest of the year — when high temperatures and higher humidity mean an almost daily need for it — and with all the work your system puts in, breakdowns and repairs are inevitable. (more…)

Addressing Water Damage to Your HVAC System

Monday, September 18th, 2017

air-conditioning-repairFlorida is only now getting back on its feet after the devastation of Hurricane Irma, and if you’re a homeowner, you’re likely engaged in assessing the damage to your household. That should include a close look at your HVAC system, especially the outdoor portion of the system which was likely subject to heavy rains, high winds and possible flooding. A good HVAC service can help you address water damage to the system and get it back into working condition again. (more…)

Check Your Heating and Your Air

Monday, September 4th, 2017

air-conditioning-efficiencyLabor Day marks the unofficial end of summer, though that doesn’t always mean much here in Florida as it might elsewhere in the country. Nevertheless, cooler days are coming, and that means you’ll likely be using your heater more and more often and your air conditioner less and less often in the coming months. That makes now an excellent time to schedule a maintenance session for both of your devices. It accomplishes a vital step in your HVAC system’s life, and it can provide benefits throughout the year. (more…)

3 Things to Look for in a Commercial AC Technician

Monday, July 24th, 2017

commercial-hvac-technicianIf you own a business or manage an office space in the area, you need a qualified technician to handle issues with your commercial air conditioning system. Our summers are too hot to let a problem simply sit, and a loss of air conditioning for even a few hours can be devastating: driving away customers and forcing your employees to work in unpleasant conditions. In some cases, it can even damage important components to your operation, like computer banks. (more…)