Air Conditioning Experts Blog

Choose a Professional Contractor for Complete Home Automation

July 24th, 2017

tablet-smart-home-familyHave you ever thought to yourself, “I sure wish I could check on my home,” even though you were far away at the time? Most of us have been there at one time or another, wondering if we left the lights on, kept the air conditioner going for too long, or forgot to lock the doors.

Now, there may be a way to have access to your home at all times, no matter where you are! With home automation, you can check on whatever is important to you in your home even from work or across the country. And when you choose a professional contractor for complete home automation, you can be sure it’s done the right way.

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Ways to Stay Cool without Using So Much AC

July 10th, 2017

woman-fan-hotIn the summer, all we want is to turn down the temperature on the thermostat as low as it can go and lay around the house, perhaps with a popsicle in hand or a nice frosty beverage. Of course, this isn’t always possible. First, you’ve likely got lots to do in the summer. Second, your air conditioner uses a lot of energy, and cranking up the AC will reflect poorly on your monthly bills and wear down the system a lot faster.

There are ways to help yourself and your family members to stay cool without using so much energy. Follow our tips and call our friendly team for air conditioning services throughout the Atlanta area.

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How the Wrong Air Filter Affects Your Home

July 4th, 2017

filter-in-air-duct-handMost technicians recommend changing an air filter once every month, or at most, every 2 or 3 months. You might assume that this is because you need to keep your air clean. And this is true—partly. A technician’s number one concern, though, when it comes to your air filter, is keeping your air conditioner from being damaged.

That’s what your air filter is there for in the first place: damage prevention. But the wrong air filter can do way more harm than good.

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Should My Air Conditioner Be Frozen?

June 26th, 2017

evaporator-coil-air-conditionerSince an air conditioner does cool down the air, many people are not surprised to see that the indoor components of the air conditioner are frozen. Still, this is something that should alarm you. If you’re checking up on your air conditioner, it’s likely because you’re not getting the performance you expect from it. And if the inside coils are frozen, this could give you some indication as to why.

Today, we go over why air conditioners freeze up and why it is definitely a problem that needs repair. For more information, or to schedule your air conditioner repair in Alpharetta, GA, give us a call!

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4 AC Repairs You May Need This Summer

June 12th, 2017

AC-outdoor-grass-wrenchWhy are we so excited to tell homeowners about our Comfort Club membership? Members save 15% on parts and labor throughout the year, a benefit you won’t find from all other company’s maintenance programs. More importantly, the two tune-ups per year provided with our Comfort Club program may help to reduce your monthly costs and prevent repairs in the first place.

AC problems tend to come up right when you need your system the most. Why not schedule a maintenance service now so you can prevent these common repairs from coming up this summer?

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Innovations that Make Your AC Work Better and Save You Money

June 6th, 2017

tablet-family-home-babyYou might be up-to-date on the latest gadgets and gizmos when it comes to smartphones, tablets, and other flashy gear. But what do you know about modern innovations designed for a system you likely cannot picture your life without? Air conditioning has grown leaps and bounds in just the last decade or two, and there are new innovations to improve efficiency that may actually surprise you. Check it out!

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Home Installations to Relieve Your Allergy Symptoms

May 29th, 2017

cells-blueThis is the worst time of year for allergy sufferers. Many of us just accept the sneezing, itching, and sniffling as a part of life during the spring. We may stock up on allergy pills or try to stay indoors on days with high pollen counts, but some of those allergens are actually circulating in your home as well.

Indoor air quality should be of concern to you if anyone in the household suffers from allergies, asthma, or even an immune system disorder. The quality of the air inside of your home might be even worse than the air outside, but choosing between these common installations can make a difference.

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How a Simple Thermostat Update Can Transform Your Summer Experience

May 15th, 2017

digital-thermostatThis year, make comfort a little bit easier on yourself and your family. Air conditioning can cost quite a bit to run, which makes summer an expensive time in a warm, humid climate like ours. And that means you might make thermostat adjustments that make the people in your home feel a lot less comfortable, raising the temperature for long periods or shutting off the air conditioner completely when you’d rather not.

One potential solution is a simple one: upgrading the thermostat. The thermostat is not, of course, the part of your air conditioner using the most energy. (You can blame that on the compressor and the motors.) While a new thermostat alone may not reduce energy usage, finding a thermostat with advanced programming options makes it easier for you to set it efficiently without feeling uncomfortable.

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What’s an Energy Audit and Why Should Your Home Have One Soon?

May 9th, 2017

digital-thermostatEven when an air conditioner makes it through a summer with little trouble, your monthly bills throughout the season can be quite high. While you’re happy that your air conditioner is functioning well, it drains energy, and it might seem like you have to shut it off completely if you want to try to save money.

There are better ways. An energy audit is an investment in the future of your air conditioner and the energy efficiency of your home.

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What Are the Most Efficient Ways to Cool a Home?

May 1st, 2017

air-conditioner-condenser-moneyEfficiency is a concern for most of us, especially during the air conditioning season. An inefficient cooling system will not be able to provide the necessary cooling output for a reasonable price, which is problematic if you live in an area with temperatures already in the high 80°s early in the spring.

You might think that you’re stuck paying the same high bills you do every year—or that you have to shut off your air conditioner altogether to save some money. But we’re here to show you that there are more efficient ways to cool your home.

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