Warning Sounds from Your Air Conditioner and What They Mean

Monday, March 28, 2016

When you live in a climate like ours, a working air conditioner is imperative. Keeping up on your AC maintenance appointments can help you potentially avoid any big repair needs, however even a well maintained AC system can run into problems every now and then. It’s important to tackle these issues right away, since you don’t want to be stuck with a non-functioning air conditioner in the dead of summer. What are some warning sounds you should listen for, and what do they mean?

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Have Your Ducts Sealed before the Summer

Monday, March 21, 2016

If you’ve noticed during the last few summers that your air conditioning bills have continues to rise even though you keep up with regular maintenance, have any necessary repairs done promptly, or have put in a new high-efficiency system, then it’s a strong possibility that the issue is air leaks in the ductwork.

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Reminder: Change Your AC’s Air Filter Once a Month

Monday, March 14, 2016

With only a brief and mild winter to interrupt the warm temperatures in Florida, residential air conditioners do an immense amount of work around the year. Now that we’re moving into spring weather and ACs are steadily running once more, it’s a good time to remind you that you must change or clean your air conditioner’s filter once a month.

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What Actually Happens During Air Conditioning Maintenance?

Monday, March 7, 2016

Last week, we blogged about the importance and benefits of arranging for a spring inspection and tune-up to maintain your residential air conditioner. This is the best way to ensure maximum energy efficiency from your AC during the summer, as well as to protect it from unnecessary repair problems and see that it enjoys a long service life.

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