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The Refrigerant Misconception: Could a New AC System Be a Better Investment?

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Most homeowners do not understand the technical details behind how an air conditioning system works. This is to be expected, particularly when you consider the complexity of modern air conditioners and the years of training required to become a technician who is licensed and trained to repair and install them.

However, there are some common misconceptions about air conditioners that can actually get in the way of properly caring for a system and knowing when to call for repairs. One of the biggest myths is in regards to how refrigerant works, and we’d like to help clear this up.

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3 Signs of an Overworked Air Conditioning System

Monday, May 9th, 2016

As summer approaches, your thoughts will likely soon be turning to your air conditioning system. Hopefully, you have a fully functioning system that has never given you any problems. One way to ensure this is the case is scheduling routine maintenance at least once a year. This maintenance appointment allows your HVAC professionals to fully inspect and clean your system, plus recommend repairs that will help keep your system running as efficiently as possible for as long as possible.

However, even with the best maintenance plan, air conditioner systems eventually wear down and need to be replaced. But how will you know when it’s time? We’ve shared 3 signs below of an overworked air conditioning system, which may indicate it’s time for you to start shopping for a new unit.

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Does Your Air Conditioner Need Replacing?

Monday, April 18th, 2016

While our weather is still on the cooler side, heat and humidity will be here soon enough. When those hit, you’ll want to ensure you have a properly functioning air conditioning system. So if you noticed any troubling signs last year, now is the time to consider if it will be worth repairs this year, or if it’s time for a system replacement.

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