Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Snellville’

Continue to Maintain Your AC This Season

Monday, September 12th, 2016

The summer is coming to a close in many parts of the country, but we’ve still got some warm weather ahead. Make sure that your air conditioner remains in the best condition possible by keeping up to date on maintenance tasks, even as the weather starts to cool off little by little.

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Easy Ways to Improve Home Efficiency

Sunday, August 14th, 2016

There are more ways to save money on home cooling than just turning off your AC. Often, you can make small adjustments that go a long way in improving your home efficiency, particularly in the summer time when energy costs seem to be their highest (in our service area). Take a look at a few of our tips, and call our experts to learn more.

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Selecting a New AC Installation: The SEER Measurement

Monday, July 18th, 2016

When you’re in the market for a new AC installation, you should always work with qualified heating and air conditioning technicians who know what they’re doing. The right technicians are able to select a system that is the right size for your home, ensuring proper performance and continued efficiency throughout the system’s lifespan (with proper maintenance).

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Can I Add Refrigerant to My Central Air Conditioner Myself?

Monday, June 20th, 2016

“Does it just need more Freon?” It’s a question we get quite frequently as air conditioning and heating contractors. Freon is a registered trademark often used colloquially in place of the proper term “refrigerant.”

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3 AC Repairs You Shouldn’t Wait to Make

Monday, May 23rd, 2016

When you notice problems with your heating or air conditioning equipment, you may feel tempted to wait to schedule repairs. The issue might not seem urgent right now, and finding time to set aside can sometimes be difficult.

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What Is the Best Setting for My Air Conditioner?

Monday, April 25th, 2016

We get this question a lot, and we know it can be tough to figure out. You don’t want to set the temperature so high that you’re uncomfortable, but you don’t want to lower it so much that your monthly bills skyrocket. So what’s the best temperature for your home?

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Spring Allergies Call for Quality Air Purifiers

Monday, March 28th, 2016

When your spring allergies bother you, you might spend a lot of money on over-the-counter medication, doctors’ visits, tissues, and everything you need to feel more comfortable. Outdoor allergies may call for some costly solutions, but when you’re in your home, your allergies simply should not be so hard to handle.

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3 Reasons to Go Ductless

Monday, February 29th, 2016

You don’t have any ducts, which means it can be really difficult to get the heating and cooling power you need to stay comfortable. While other people have whole-home systems they can easily control from a central thermostat, you’re stuck with portable heaters and/or window units that don’t really do a sufficient job at keeping you comfortable.

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Temperatures Are on the Rise: Can I Wait to Repair My Furnace?

Monday, February 1st, 2016

With temperatures finally going back up here in Snellville, you might think that any problems with your furnace are not too big of a deal. You don’t plan on using your furnace for much longer anyway, and your furnace might still do a decent job of sending some heat through the home.

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Your Air Ducts Need Care Too!

Monday, January 4th, 2016

When you can’t seem to get comfortable even with the air conditioner or heater running, you might guess that there is an internal issue with the furnace, heat pump, or air conditioner. While this is often the case, one other potential culprit often goes unchecked, even by some HVAC technicians: the ducts. The ductwork in your home is really just a route for air to travel through on the way to your living space, so it may not seem that much can go wrong in there. But it turns out that most air ducts suffer from+ one of the following.

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