3 Question About Sizing An Air Conditioner

Posted on: 15 December 2020

If you need a new air conditioner for your home, it is very important that you replace it with a new unit that is the right size. Here are a few questions you'll likely have about sizing a new air conditioner, which can help you understand why it is such a complicated process that should be done by a professional. What Is A Load Calculation? The first thing that needs to be done by an HVAC contractor is performing a load calculation on your home.
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Need A New Air Conditioning System? 3 Things To Keep In Mind

Posted on: 4 December 2020

When it's hot and humid, the right air conditioning system can make a world of difference. In many parts of the country, air conditioning systems are essential, especially during the year's warmer months. If you are planning to install air conditioning for the first time in your home or if you need a new system, there are a few things that you will want to keep in mind. Here are three things you should know.
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AC Maintenance To Get The HVAC System Ready For A Change In Weather

Posted on: 18 November 2020

You want to start the AC maintenance for your home early. This will ensure your air conditioner does not break down when you need it the most. A lot of maintenance needs to be done to prepare the AC for warmer weather. The following AC maintenance will get you started early to be ready for summer. Thermostat Maintenance The thermostat is an area of your HVAC system that needs to be maintained throughout the year.
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Ready To Leave Window Air Behind? More Ways To Cool Your Home

Posted on: 19 October 2020

Window air conditioning provides a convenient, cost-friendly way to cool spaces that are not currently served with central air conditioning. In fact, many big box retailers and home improvement stores have shelves full of small window A/C units that can be purchase, installed, and operational in just minutes.  There can also be some important downsides to relying on one or more window air conditioning units to cool a single-family home. For instance, window air conditioners block enjoyment of windows, operate noisily, and can create uneven interior temperatures.
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