Why Is My Air Conditioner Short-Cycling?

August 22nd, 2016

“Short-cycling” is how we describe an air conditioner that doesn’t run for long enough with each cooling cycle. Your air conditioner should remain running until the temperature reaches the thermostat setting. Then, it should turn off until temperatures are too high again. But a short cycling air conditioner never quite completes the cycle, turning on and off too frequently. Continue Reading

Common August AC Issues

August 14th, 2016

During the month of August, your air conditioner is running every day, working overtime to keep you cool. Are you prepared for the potential problems you may face? Remember, the harder your air conditioner works, the more worn down the parts become, so take good care of your system and look out for these common summertime AC issues. Continue Reading

Why Efficiency Matters with Your AC Installation

August 8th, 2016

When you’re installing a new air conditioner, it’s understandable that you’ll want to save a little money. It’s a costly endeavor, and one that you probably didn’t factor into your budget. But it’s something you need to get through the summer, so you’ll have to make that leap one way or another. Continue Reading

When It’s Better to Replace Your AC System

August 1st, 2016

When you call our team for air conditioning services, we will always be honest with you. We won’t recommend a new air conditioning system unless we find that it is really the best option for your home and for your budget. And often, the better choice is what benefits you in the long term. Continue Reading

The Importance of Choosing Quality Technicians for AC Service

July 24th, 2016

When your air conditioning system breaks down, you might be frantic to find a technician to repair the problem. Your air conditioner is a specialized piece of equipment, and you don’t feel confident enough to repair it on your own. Chances are, your local “handyman” is not so confident about it either. Continue Reading

Do You Have Leaky Refrigerant?

July 18th, 2016

It’s tough to tell if refrigerant is leaking from your AC system. It’s not like you’ll be able to notice liquid pouring out of the unit, and it probably won’t cause damage to the inside of your home, like a water leak—though it may damage the environment. Continue Reading

Replacing the Air Filter Is an Easy Way to Lower Your Bills

July 11th, 2016

Why are your energy bills so high in the summer? We live in a very hot area, and extreme outdoor temperatures push your AC to its limits. Your system struggles to reach the temperature on the thermostat, especially when something in the system isn’t quite right. Continue Reading

What’s the Best Summer Temperature for Setting the Air Conditioner?

July 4th, 2016

You want to save as much money as possible on air conditioning over the summer. In our area, central AC uses the largest percentage of energy of any other appliance or system in the home during the hottest months in many houses. You cannot simply shut off the air conditioner, but you can help lower your bills by maintaining an efficient temperature. Continue Reading

How Can I Tell If the Air Ducts Are Leaking?

June 27th, 2016

One of the most important things you can do for your air conditioning system is to ensure that the ducts are well-sealed. Sealing the air ducts helps to improve the flow of air moving into the home. And most homes have some level of leakage keeping air from moving into the rooms of the home. Continue Reading

What Does the Outside Part of My Air Conditioner Do?

June 20th, 2016

If you’re like many people, your air conditioner is a bit of a mystery. You might be a pro at programming the thermostat, but you may not know very much about the inside workings of this complex system. Continue Reading