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3 Reasons It Makes Good Sense To Have Your Central AC Repaired In The Winter

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You barely made it through a grueling summer season with your ailing central air conditioning system, but you did manage to pull through. Now, here you are with winter well on the way and no longer having to deal with the cooling system that gave you problems during the summer. You may be thinking it is better to wait until spring or summer to have your old AC repaired, but it can actually be a far better decision to go ahead and call a residential AC repair service during the coolest part of the year.…

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Understanding The Impact Of A Dirty Air Conditioner And How Maintenance Fixes It

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Is your air conditioner dirty? How would you know? Furthermore, do you know and understand the impact of a dirty air conditioner on your home overall? Here are all of the problems a dirty air conditioner creates, and how air conditioning maintenance services can fix those problems.  Hot Air Becomes Trapped Most A/C systems pull the hot air from your home and circulate it through the system to cool it. With some systems, like heat pumps, the hot air is forced outside your home.…

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Are You Making These 3 Home Cooling Mistakes?

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The world relies on air conditioning to stay cool at home when it’s hot outside. Yet, there is always room for mistakes when it comes to home cooling and home cooling services.  Mistake: Not preparing your AC for non-use during the winter.  When summer fades and it’s time to start thinking about heating instead of cooling, most people simply turn off their AC and never give it a second thought. However, your air conditioning system should be properly prepared for the winter, no matter what kind of AC system it is that you have.…

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Summer's Almost Over: Why You Shouldn't Postpone AC Repairs

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Now that the weather is cooling down, you can stop using your air conditioner so much. You can also start thinking about those much-needed repairs. If your air conditioner was giving you problems this summer, you might have been trying to postpone the repairs until next year. However, that might not be the best idea. In fact, delaying the repairs can lead to additional problems. Take a look at four reasons why you should take care of your air conditioner repairs right away.…

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3 A/C Maintenance Tasks You Should Definitely Leave To The Pros

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Like many homeowners interested in keeping their air conditioning systems in great shape, chances are you want to tackle some of the necessary maintenance tasks yourself. Handling your own A/C maintenance does help save time and money, but there are certain things that are better left in the hands of a seasoned air conditioning company. The following highlights a few examples along with a detailed explanation of why the DIY route is a no-go.…

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Care Tips For Your Air Conditioner

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That bulky piece of equipment right outside of your house is an important appliance that helps keep you and your family cool all summer long, but you probably never give it a second glance. This appliance is your condensing unit that provides your home with cool central air conditioning. If you don’t take care of this system, you are shortening the life of the unit and could end up needing a replacement (or some sort of costly repair) before long.…

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First-Rate Features Your Thermostat Should Have

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The thermostat tells your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) when to heat or cool your house, as well as the desired extent of cooling or heating. Different thermostats come with different features. The more features your thermostat has, the more it will do. Here are some of the top features of the best thermostats. Electronic The most basic difference between thermostats is that some are manual and others are electronic.…

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4 Signs That You Have A Slab Leak

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All the water in your home comes from somewhere. When you turn on the faucet or run your washing machine, the water comes from pipes that are embedded in the walls of your home and the foundation beneath your house. When your pipes are functioning properly, everything works as it should. However, when these pipes spring a leak, that’s called a slab leak. It’s detrimental to the water systems in your house and to your foundation itself since a slab leak can erode your foundation and cause structural damage.…

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Proper Installation Of Your Outdoor Air Compressor

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Air conditioning systems help to keep homes and businesses cool during the hot summer months. If an air conditioner fails, installing a new one quickly can make the difference between total comfort and suffering in sweltering heat. The outdoor air compressor plays a critical role in the generation of cool air. Any errors made during the installation of the outdoor compressor could compromise the safety and efficiency of your AC system in the future.…

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2 Things To Check Out When Buying A New Air Conditioner

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If you need to have a residential air conditioning installation in your home, for whatever reason, there are several things that you are going to need to consider to make sure that you are getting the right air conditioner for you and your house.  Size When you are looking at all the various units out there, you want to make sure that you are getting one that is the right size for your house.…

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