How Dual-Speed Air Conditioners Save You Money

Monday, June 26th, 2017

ac-unit-money-efficiencyA popular misconception about air conditioners is that turning the temperature down quite low—say, around 55°F—will help the house to cool down faster. However, if your ideal temperature is around 77°F and the house is 80° right now, this simply isn’t the case. It will only waste energy and cool you more than you need, since most air conditioners move at only one speed: 100%.

However, we’re huge fans of the dual-speed air conditioners that are manufactured today. This does not mean you should turn the temperature down further to cool the house down faster. Rather, a dual-speed air conditioner helps you achieve your chosen temperature with greater accuracy.

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3 Quick Facts about Air Conditioning

Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

air-conditioner-outsideMost people don’t know very much about their air conditioners. And that’s totally fine! Technicians train for years to learn all about the ins and outs of your system to service it properly. Still there are a few things that we think may be helpful—or interesting—for you to know.

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The Easiest Way to Prevent AC Repair

Monday, June 12th, 2017

air-filter-ventWe understand that people don’t love to call in a technician to fix something in the house. While we do everything we can to provide you with a positive experience, it’s still money you didn’t plan on spending and time you’d rather not take out of your day. We offer convenient scheduling and fast emergency service for your AC repair needs. Still, we want to help you prevent such emergencies from happening in the first place.

There are ways to prevent your air conditioner from failing when you need it most, or at least to reduce the chances of system failure. The first is thorough annual maintenance, which includes tuning up the system, making adjustments here and there, and cleaning the outside coil. Unfortunately, you cannot do this on your own and will need to schedule an appointment with a technician. But there is one easy thing you can, and should, be doing to help avoid repairs.

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