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May 2, 2016

Why You Can’t Maintain Your Air Conditioning System on Your Own

One of the best investments you can make during the year when it comes to your family’s comfort and your energy budget is to schedule spring maintenance for your air conditioning system. All it takes is a call to a professional who offers regular maintenance services, and your AC will receive a complete inspection, cleaning, and tune-up that will see that it works well through the summer.

April 25, 2016

Is Your AC Not Cooling Your Home? Let’s Find Out Why

The temperature is rising, and it’s not surprising, since summer is not that far away. But it’s easier to handle hotter weather when you have a dependable air conditioning system at work in your home.

April 18, 2016

Watch Out for Short-Cycling in Your Air Conditioning System

As you start to use your home’s air conditioning system more and more as the weather turns warmer, pay attention to any peculiarities in its operation. You want to catch warning signs of a malfunction early on so you can have them fixed and the AC fully prepared for the hottest weather of the middle of the year.

April 11, 2016

Have You Installed Your Programmable Thermostat Yet?

Earlier this year we briefly discussed the benefits of going programmable when it comes to your thermostat. We want to stress the fact that your thermostat should operate in alignment with your family’s use of your home.

April 4, 2016

Should You Replace Your Air Conditioning System This Spring?

We’ve written during the last few weeks about how important it is that you schedule air conditioning maintenance this spring before the hot weather arrives. Maintenance gives your home’s AC the best chance to make it through the summer without running into malfunctions that will require emergency repairs. It also helps the air conditioner run without wasting energy.

March 28, 2016

The Importance of the Compressor in Your Air Conditioning System

As we move into spring, air conditioning systems will start to perform more and more work to keep houses cooled down. The stress level will rise as the summer approaches, which is why it’s vital that you have your residential AC professionally maintained at this time of the year. This

March 21, 2016

Watch for These Early Season Air Conditioning Problems!

Spring has now officially arrived, and that means we can soon anticipate rising temperatures as we start the upward climb toward summer. There will still be some cool days ahead, but you can expect to have your air conditioning system operating on a regular basis fairly soon.

March 14, 2016

Maintenance Is Absolutely Necessary for Your AC This Spring

The official start of spring is almost here, and temperatures are warming up. You’re probably looking forward to the change in the weather—but you also need to make sure your home’s cooling system is prepared as well.

March 7, 2016

It’s Almost Spring: Here’s Some “Spring Cleaning” Tips for Your HVAC System

It’s already March, and the first day of spring is coming up. But March is a strange month for the weather, shifting seemingly on a whim from warm to cold conditions.

February 29, 2016

How Often Do I Need to Change My HVAC System’s Air Filter?

We often emphasize the importance of regular professional maintenance for your heating and air conditioning system. That’s why we offer membership in our Comfort Club to encourage customers to have annual professional inspections and tune-ups for both their ACs and heaters.

February 22, 2016

It’s Late Winter: Watch Out for These Furnace Troubles

We’ve entered the second half of February, but we still have plenty of cold weather remaining to keep our home furnaces busy. After a few months of steady work, furnaces will have accumulated a great deal of wear on their components, as well as dirt and dust, and because of this it’s vital that you play close attention to your furnace’s performance at this time of year.

February 15, 2016

A Short-Cycling Furnace: Why It Happens and What to Do About It

One of the more common signs of trouble that a homeowner may encounter with their furnace is when it starts to short-cycle. This describes when a furnace doesn’t finish its complete heating cycle, instead turning it off prematurely—only to start up again a short time later and repeat the process.

February 8, 2016

Sealed Furnaces vs. Atmosphere Furnaces

Furnaces have been around since the beginning of home heating, and they remain one of the best ways to provide comfort through even the coldest winters. This is because the technology of furnaces continues to advance, and newer models have greater energy efficiency ratings (AFUE) than ever before.

February 1, 2016

What Sets Daikin Apart: The Comfort Promise and 12-Year Warranty Plan

As a professional HVAC company, we are focused on providing the finest service for our customers. That means not only offering highly skilled and experienced technicians on every job, but also installing the best comfort products possible.

January 25, 2016

How to Keep Your Heat Pump Efficient Through the Winter

Heat pumps have come a long way since the earliest models, which often struggled at heating a home efficiently when temperatures dipped below freezing. Today, if you rely on professionals to size and install a heat pump for your house, you should be able to enjoy energy-efficient heating throughout the winter—and great cooling during the summer.

January 18, 2016

The Heater Isn’t Working: What Can You Do before Calling for Help?

A broken heater during a cold winter day is one of the major emergencies a homeowner might encounter during the season. If your heater suddenly stops providing your household with warmth on a chilly day, you’ll probably feel pulled toward two different instincts.

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