How to Tell When You Need to Replace Your Air Conditioner

Posted on: 26 September 2022
The typical American household will have an AC unit in their house. When it starts to act up, you may start to notice some of the following signs. The AC unit may not be cooling the room as much as it should, the air conditioner may stop working altogether, or there may be strange noises coming from the unit. Depending on the severity of the problem, you may need to call a technician to inspect the unit and fix it.
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3 Residential AC Repair Issues That Could Be Increasing Your Monthly Energy Bills

Posted on: 12 September 2022
If your air conditioner is on the fritz, it could be driving up your energy bills without you even realizing it. And if you're like most homeowners, you wouldn't want to spend more on your utility bills if you can help it. Do not freak out just yet, though, if you've just realized the insane increase in your electrical energy consumption. You can easily solve this problem by identifying and addressing the residential AC repair issues causing the spike in your home's energy usage.
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Everything You Can Expect From AC Installation, Repair, And Other HVAC Services

Posted on: 18 August 2022
What can you expect from an HVAC repair or replacement service? You're a first-time homeowner with little to no heating and cooling experience. If your new home's old system is inefficient, doesn't heat/cool adequately, or has another issue, take a look at the top questions about service calls and AC installation. How Long Is A Typical HVAC Service Call? There's no standard answer to this question. The length of a service call depends on the reason for the appointment.
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3 Problems That Can Reduce The Efficiency Of An Older AC System

Posted on: 1 August 2022
Staying cool through the hottest days of summer requires an efficient and effective central air conditioning system. A well-designed HVAC system should be able to keep your home comfortable through all the most extreme days without struggling. Unfortunately, efficiency issues can reduce the ability of your air conditioner to keep you cool and comfortable as temperatures soar. While many people write these problems off as part of living with an aging air conditioning system, it's rarely necessary to suffer in the heat.
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