October 1st, 2018
While the rest of the country gets ready for cooler temperatures over the next couple months, we have a fair amount of warm weather left in the season. While you’re using your air conditioner over the next few months, it’s important that you keep an eye out for any signs that the system is developing a problem. There are a lot of different symptoms that can indicate a developing issue with your system, far too many for us to cover them all here. Still, let’s go over some of the more common signs that your air conditioner is struggling with some sort of problem, so you can call for repairs as soon as you notice any of them.
September 17th, 2018
Heating season is always kind of an odd time for Florida. It’s cooler, sure, but we’re not exactly digging ourselves out from snowbanks for a few months out of the year or anything. Still, you probably want to have at least some sort of heating situation in place in case you need it. That makes now the perfect time to install a new heating system. Read on to find out why.
September 3rd, 2018
Look, we admit that it’s a little late to be scheduling air conditioning maintenance for your system. Too late, though? Never. Air conditioning maintenance is one of the best things that you can do for the health of your system. If you’re not sure whether or not you should schedule it this season, read on to find out why it’s a good idea.
August 20th, 2018
You can get quite a few years out of your air conditioner if you take proper care of it. No matter how well you take care of it, though, you will still need to replace it at some point. It’s best that you familiarize yourself with the signs that your air conditioner is getting close to the end of its lifespan, so that you know when to replace it. It’s not fun to be blindsided by your system breaking down entirely when you aren’t prepared for it. With that in mind, have a look at the following signs that you need a new air conditioner.
August 6th, 2018
Keeping your air conditioner healthy isn’t the only thing you should be concerned about this summer. The air conditioner could be functioning just fine, and you could still lose a lot of money on inefficient cooling. Preventive maintenance can increase the energy efficiency of the air conditioner by up to 40%, but there are also other ways that you can ensure your climate control system operates as smoothly as possible. One of the better ways to improve your air conditioner efficiency outside of preventive maintenance is to schedule duct cleaning.
July 23rd, 2018
Have you ever avoided checking your bank account when you were younger because, hey, as long as you don’t check it you’ll have enough money, right? It’s a common thing for people to avoid taking proactive, preventive steps to keep their bank accounts, bodies, cars, etc. in good condition. Lots of people wait to deal with issues until they start to notice symptoms of a problem, because they don’t want to be bothered or deal with the anxiety of dealing with issues early, or what have you.
The problem with doing that is that it doesn’t actually make those problems go away. It just gives them more opportunities to harm you before you correct them. Have a look at why neglecting air conditioning maintenance is just setting yourself up for further issues in the future, and how scheduling maintenance on a regular basis actually grants a lot of advantages.
July 9th, 2018
I don’t know. Maybe it ate something weird for lunch? All jokes aside, though, air conditioner noises are not something you want to ignore. They often indicate an issue in the system has progressed far enough to start negatively affecting its operation. Now, that may be a minor inconvenience, or it may be a major threat that could cripple the entire air conditioner if you don’t act quickly.
The only way to tell for certain is to contact a professional and have them check it out. We recommend that you do that right away. Now, while you’re waiting for your technician to arrive, here are a few common noises that your air conditioner might be making that indicate a problem.
June 25th, 2018
I dunno, should you?! But seriously, folks, it’s very important to be able to tell whether or not your air conditioner is in need of replacement before you use it for another summer. If you go into the hottest season of the year with a system that isn’t up to the task, you’re just begging for it to break down on you at the worst possible time. The best way to confirm whether or not your system is up to the task is to have a technician check it out for you every spring. If you aren’t sure, though, here are a few tips to help you decide whether or not it’s time to call in some professional help.
June 11th, 2018
Summer is heating up, which means more strain on your air conditioner. More strain equals more wear and tear, which means more opportunities for new problems to develop or old problems to get worse. Even if you scheduled preventive maintenance for your air conditioner this past spring, you still need to be on alert for any possible signs of problems developing in the system. The faster you can have the issue repaired, the better off your system will be. Have a look at three of the more common air conditioning problems you may run into below, and their warning signs.
May 28th, 2018
Ah, summer. The time when everyone locks themselves indoors, cranks their air conditioners all the way up, and tries not to think about the horrible heat and humidity lurking just outside. What, you don’t do that? Well, if you plan on using your air conditioner at all over the next few months, there are a few steps that you should be taking to make sure that it’s ready for the summer heat. One preparation that altogether too few homeowners make is getting their ducts cleaned, which can have an effect on both their air conditioning and their indoor air quality. If you haven’t had your ducts cleaned in a while, read on to find out why it’s actually a very good idea.