Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Atlanta’

How a Cleaner Air Conditioner Helps to Conserve Energy

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

Simply taking some steps to keep your air conditioning system a little cleaner can actually help to lower your bills, and can prevent AC system breakdowns in the middle of a hot, humid summer. Check out our tips below, and learn why it’s so important to have clean AC components.

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Is Changing the Air Filter Really That Important?

Sunday, July 24th, 2016

You’ve likely heard technicians or even your own family members say it before. You’re supposed to change your air filter every month or every couple of months. Although many people have heard this before, a lot of folks are incorrect in assuming that the sole purpose of this maintenance routine is to improve the air quality in your home.

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How Technicians Determine If an AC System Needs Replacement

Monday, June 27th, 2016

One of the primary concerns homeowners have when they call in technicians for AC service is that the air conditioner might need to be replaced. Air conditioners, as you know, are not cheap, and it’s understandable that you would want to delay the cost of replacement. But at some point, replacing the system becomes the most beneficial choice—financially and for your comfort.

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Common Problems with Older Air Conditioning Systems

Monday, May 30th, 2016

Older air conditioning systems can have a lot of wear and tear, which can reveal itself slowly as parts start to fail or all at once—with a complete system breakdown. We typically recommend that homeowners replace their air conditioning systems before they are about 15 years old, so that these problems don’t cause so much of a headache.

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This AC Service Could Save You a Whole Lot of Money

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

One of the most important things you can do for an air conditioner is to change its filter each and every month. It’s also a good idea to do your best to keep the outside unit clean and clear of debris. And if you can figure out a temperature setting that everyone is happy at that isn’t too low, around 78° ideally, keep it here whenever you’re home.

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How a Heat Pump Helps You Save Year Round

Monday, April 11th, 2016

When homeowners ask us what type of air conditioner we recommend as a quality replacement system, we often recommend a heat pump. “But isn’t that a heating system?” you might ask. And while it does heat your home in the winter, it’s also primarily an air conditioner.

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The Problem with Keeping an Older AC for Too Long

Monday, March 14th, 2016

Your central air conditioner is a prized possession, and you cannot imagine getting through the summer without it. You want to keep it in good shape for as long as possible, so you won’t have to worry about paying to replace a reliable system you’ve depended on for years. However, keeping an older air conditioner in your home for too long can lead to a number of issues you’d probably rather not deal with. Here’s why we think it might not be worth it to have an air conditioner that’s over 15 years old on your property.

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What Do You Do When There’s No Warm Air from the Vents?

Tuesday, February 16th, 2016

Your heating system is on, but you just can’t seem to get comfortable. You hold your hands up to the vents and immediately learn why: there isn’t any warm air coming through the vents! Obviously, this is a pretty big problem for any home comfort system, and you want the problem solved ASAP. Is there anything you can do to make it better?

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What Can You Do to Maintain Your Heater?

Monday, January 25th, 2016

You’ve had a busy winter, and now you’re realizing that you haven’t put a lot of time into maintaining your heating system. Is there anything you can do this late in the season to make sure it stays in good condition? Of course! It’s never too late to do what you can to see that your heating system operates safely and efficiently.

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Create a Healthier Living Space for the New Year

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Healthier living is a popular New Year’s resolution, but few people think about the air in their homes when figuring out ways to achieve this goal. More often, people focus on eating better, exercising more often, and making more visits to the doctor’s office. But the air in your home should be a top concern, as it is often much more contaminated than the air outside of your home.

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