Tips For Preventing Issues With Your Air Conditioner


A residential air conditioning unit can be the only thing that is keeping your home a comfortable place to be during the summer. While this device will be indispensable for those living in areas with extremely hot summers, homeowners will frequently fail to appreciate the steps that they should be following to care for their powerful air conditioning systems. Prevent The Air Conditioner From Flooding A flooded air conditioning unit can be a rather expensive problem to encounter.

23 June 2017

Air Conditioning 101: Three Free Ways To Keep Your Home Cooler


As the summer months – and hot weather – approach, people all over the globe turn to their air conditioner for relief from the heat. While air conditioners do help keep your home cool and comfortable, they can get quite expensive. Luckily, you can lend a hand to your air conditioner so that it can keep you cool without costing a fortune. So how can you minimize energy usage while still staying cool?

8 June 2017

Don't Let Disturbances In The Electrical Force Destroy Your Air Conditioner


There are many things that can damage your air conditioner but, like a rogue Jedi, electricity can do the most damage the fastest through sudden and uncontrolled power surges. Here's more information about this problem, and what you can to fix it. Internal and External Power Surges Power surges occur when there is a sudden increase in the amount of electricity running through the electrical system in your home, and they can be caused by both internal and external issues.

19 May 2017

Tips To Save Money On Your A/C Bill


It's easy to turn up the A/C during those hot summer months to feel more comfortable, but then you get your energy bill for the month and your stomach sinks just a bit when you see the amount you owe. There are a number of ways to help stay cool without cranking the dial on your thermostat, and they can help save you money on your bill so you aren't left feeling sick when you open up that envelope.

14 May 2017

Air Conditioner Not Working Properly? A Few Things To Check Before Calling The Technician


It is true that at some point you are going to need to contact a professional for air conditioning repair. However, before you place the call, you should check a few things yourself. There are a number of items you can take care of yourself easily that will save you from having to pay for a service call to be told what to do yourself. Filters The filters in the air return vent, on the unit itself, and any you have put into the air ducts all need to be kept clean.

11 May 2017

4 Features To Look For In A New HVAC System


Shopping for a new HVAC system can be a bit confusing, especially if it's been a decade or more since you've last shopped for one. In that time, there have been plenty of advances in HVAC technology, which means there are plenty of new features that your HVAC system should have. These features not only help keep your home comfortable throughout the year, but they'll also save plenty of energy and money in the process.

9 May 2017

Easily Increase The Efficiency Of Your HVAC System With 2 Easy Tips


This spring is a great time to check out your HVAC system and take time to implement changes that will help it work more effectively. Here are two easy ways to improve the efficiency of your HVAC system this spring. #1 Get A Programmable Thermostat One way to really increase the efficiency of your HVAC system is by installing a programmable thermostat in your home. A programmable thermostat will allow you to set your HVAC system so that it changes temperature when it makes sense, without you having to do anything extra.

7 May 2017