Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Archive for July, 2017

Choose a Professional Contractor for Complete Home Automation

Monday, 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

Monday, 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

Tuesday, 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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