Why Is My Air Conditioner Frozen Over?

July 16th, 2018

Frozen-ACMaybe someone told it to chill out? (sound of laugh track playing…) Yeah, this heat is getting to us, too. Anyway, air conditioners can and do freeze over on a fairly regular basis, even when it’s hot out. This is not a sign that your air conditioner is working effectively. In fact, it’s a symptom of a larger problem that can cause your air conditioner to break down if you’re not careful. Read on to find out why your air conditioner is frozen over, and what you can do about it.

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Why Indoor Air Quality Is Important to Maintain This Summer

July 2nd, 2018

clean-air-filterEveryone worries about keeping their homes as cool as possible during the summer, which makes sense. Being inside on a hot day without air conditioning is a pretty miserable time. That’s not the only thing you should be concerned with during the summer, however. Indoor air quality tends to drop in homes during the summer for a number of reasons. While it may not seem like that big of a deal, low indoor air quality can have wide-ranging negative effects on both your health and comfort. Have a look below at why it’s important to keep your indoor air quality high this summer, and how you can accomplish it.

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It’s Not Too Late for Air Conditioner Maintenance

June 18th, 2018

Air-Conditioner-MaintenanceWe’re definitely in the middle of summer now, folks. It’s hot, humid, and generally miserable unless you’re running your air conditioner on full blast for a good portion of the day. Even now, however, there are still some steps that you can take to ensure that your air conditioner performs as best it can for the rest of the summer season. That’s right, we’re talking about preventive air conditioning maintenance!

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Air Conditioning System Options to Consider Installing This Season

June 4th, 2018

air-conditioner-cashWith summer practically upon us, it’s important that you get your home ready for the coming heat. Air conditioning maintenance is a good idea to make sure that your system is prepared for the added strain. For some, though, no amount of maintenance will be enough to make it worth keeping their current air conditioner for another season. If you’re in the market for a new air conditioning system, there are a number of different options to consider. Let’s go over some of those choices below.

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Avoid Air Conditioner Problems by Doing This One Simple Thing

May 21st, 2018

air-conditionerAir conditioners are placed under an incredible amount of stress during the summer. Daily usage skyrockets, even compared to the relatively year-round warmth of the Florida climate. As demand on the air conditioner increases, wear and tear will increase as well. This will make the system more and more likely to develop major issues or break down during the summer season. Fortunately, there are ways to make sure that your air conditioner stays in the best possible shape throughout the year. The best way to do that this with preventive maintenance.

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Watch for These Air Conditioner Issues Over the Summer

May 7th, 2018

Air-Conditioner-UnitsSummer is great for swimming, tanning, and other outdoor activities. It’s also great for air conditioner problems, however. AC issues tend to spike during the summer, when the systems are put under an increased amount of strain compared to other seasons. As you start to use your air conditioner more often to stay cool on a daily basis, it’s a good idea to keep an eye out for signs that your system is in need of repairs. The faster you can identify problems, the faster you can get them fixed and the more damage to your system you can prevent. Have a look at some of the signs below that your air conditioner needs repairs.

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Increase Your Air Conditioner Efficiency with These Steps

April 23rd, 2018

air-conditioner-techYour air conditioner is going to be put under quite a lot of stress over the next few months as we move into summer. This increases the chances for problems to occur in the system, but it also drives up the cost of using it. If you’re running your air conditioner for 4–6 hours a day, every day, it’s going to end up costing you a fair amount. No one wants to go without air conditioning entirely, though. So how do you keep your air conditioning costs low while still staying comfortable during the hottest months of the year? Read on to find out!

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Great Ways to Kill Your Air Conditioner

April 9th, 2018

air-conditionerTypically, we spend our time on this blog talking about ways you can preserve the health of your climate control systems. In the interests of changing things up, however, and because reverse psychology is always fun, we decided to spend this blog talking about some great ways you can absolutely destroy your air conditioner. If you want to have to replace your system years earlier than you would otherwise have to, follow the awful tips below.

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The Causes of Low Air Conditioner Output

March 26th, 2018

air-conditioner-techAs we get closer to the summer season, you’re going to be relying on your air conditioner more and more often to stay comfortable. That added demand on the system means that it’s going to be more likely to develop issues, which is just about that last thing you want to happen when the days are getting warmer. One of the most common symptoms of air conditioner issues is low cooling output. There are many causes of this, most of which are going to require professional services to fix. Still, it’s a good idea to know ahead of time what kinds of issues you might run into this summer that cause this particular problem.

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Why Your Air Conditioner is Making Weird Noises

March 12th, 2018

air-conditioner-techWe’re headed for some decently warm weather over the next couple of weeks, which means you’re probably going to be using your air conditioner at least a little bit to stay comfortable. While you’re using it, you should listen for any noises that your system doesn’t normally make. Unusual noises are often one of the first signs that something isn’t working properly with the air conditioner. What exactly is wrong with the system, and how bad it is, depends on the sound being generated.

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