Posts Tagged ‘Boca Raton’

Maintenance Plans Will Save You Money

Monday, July 23rd, 2018


air-conditioner-surrounded-by-savingsIf you’re not the type who sees the use of maintenance, or if you think maintenance is something that anyone with some tools and a “how-to” article online can do, we probably can’t stop you. However, there are a lot of good reasons to go with dedicated professionals for your AC maintenance and repairs. And if you are going to go with a professional, we’d suggest you might as well go all-in on a maintenance plan with a trusted HVAC technician. We say it all for one simple reason:

We think it’ll save you some money.

Keep reading to see how.


Fan Problems Demand Proper Air Conditioning Repair

Monday, June 25th, 2018


The fan is the first thing the average homeowner may think of when asked to think about air conditioning. After all, the image of fan blades is the symbol of cool, flowing air.

In an air conditioning unit, however, the fans are just one of many important components. Without the fans running, it will set off a chain-reaction that could have your system begging for maintenance.

If your fans stop running, it will only be a matter of time before the rest of your unit needs serious attention. Don’t hesitate to call for air conditioning repair in Boca Raton, FL if you have a broken fan.


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dealing with repair issues more often than you’d like, or any combination of the above factors, then replacing your outdated system with a new one makes a lot of sense.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…)

Why Is It Important to Schedule Air Conditioning Repairs Early?

Monday, November 27th, 2017

air-conditioning-maintenanceAir conditioning season never really ends in Florida, but we do tend to use ours a lot less in the cooler parts of the year. Many homeowners tend to leave lingering issues with their systems untouched until the spring. We rarely have great need of the system until spring, after all, and few warning signs actually lead to the air conditioner unable to function, at least at first. That can make it very easy to overlook problems with your air conditioner, especially in light of our busy lives and the commitments of work and family. (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…)

How to Tell If You You Need Emergency AC Repair

Monday, June 26th, 2017

air-conditioning-efficiencyFlorida gets hot in the summer, and your air conditioner needs to respond whenever called for in order to keep your home cool and comfortable. That often means daily use, even 24-hour use during the worst heat waves, and when your air conditioner runs into trouble, it needs to be taken care of promptly lest your home turn into an oven. (more…)

Frost on Your AC Coils Spells Trouble

Monday, April 17th, 2017


There are numerous signs that your air conditioning system is experiencing trouble: typically, anything you don’t recognize as part of the system’s normal ability to function. One sign that most homeowners don’t recognize as a problem is the appearance of frost or ice on your AC coils. It doesn’t sound like a particularly big deal. After all, aren’t air conditioners supposed to be cold? In point of fact, however, it’s a significant issue and if you don’t treat it swiftly, it could spell big trouble for your system this summer. (more…)

Don’t Use Air Conditioners to Lower the Humidity Levels

Monday, February 20th, 2017

Weather_Seasons_Outdoors_iStock_000013156211_XXXLarge-meCold weather isn’t usually a problem here in sunny Florida, and yet many residents often run their air conditioners in the winter even when they don’t have to. Why? It’s a way of getting rid of high humidity levels, which is always an issue in our neck of the woods. Air conditioners can serve as dehumidifiers in a pinch, though doing so is often wasteful and can add stress to your system. A better option is a whole-house dehumidifiers, which does the job in ways that an air conditioner can’t. (more…)