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Nothing is more frustrating than staring at an outrageous power bill. Unfortunately, if you are like most people, you might be left wondering how to pay a utility bill at some point in time. However, if you can learn how to take care of your air conditioner, your system might be more efficient than ever. I have been an HVAC enthusiast for the past twenty years, and I know what it takes to keep your system clean and functional. Use the articles on this blog to tidy up your system, prevent problems, keep your home comfortable, and save a bunch of money.

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Signs That May Show That Your Company AC System Is Having Trouble
24 May 2019

As a business owner, it is really important for yo

Ready For Summer? Why You Need To Have Your Air Conditioner Serviced
21 April 2019

Summer will soon be here. Have you serviced your a

Prepare Your Furnace For Spring With These Tips
11 March 2019

For the past few months, your furnace has been an

Three Reasons For A Freezing Air Conditioning Unit
23 January 2019

All types of air conditioners, from window units t

Is It Hot Enough For You? 6 Cooling Options For Your Tiny House That Really Work
13 December 2018

The tiny house craze is sweeping the nation. More

Signs That May Show That Your Company AC System Is Having Trouble

As a business owner, it is really important for you to make sure that you are doing everything you can in order to keep your AC system running. Of course, even when it is running, it might be experiencing some problems. If you are wrapped up in a lot of the daily grind that is a part of running a business, you might have made the mistake of overlooking some of the signs that may indicate that your system is in need of professional commercial AC services. Read More 

Ready For Summer? Why You Need To Have Your Air Conditioner Serviced

Summer will soon be here. Have you serviced your air conditioner yet? If you haven't, now's the time to take care of that. Even minor air conditioner issues can cause big problems during the summer, especially if you're expecting any heat waves. Here are some ways that a pre-season service call will benefit you, your home, and your air conditioner. Reduce Energy Waste Whether you're on a budget or you just want to trim your bills, you need to take care of air conditioner repairs before you start using it full time this summer. Read More 

Prepare Your Furnace For Spring With These Tips

For the past few months, your furnace has been an invaluable source of heat and warmth for your home. But now that spring is well underway, it's time to think about your home's cooling needs. That means your trusty furnace will be out of the picture for quite some time. However, giving your furnace a well-needed break isn't as simple as flipping a switch on your thermostat. Preparation is always essential when it comes to using your HVAC equipment. Read More 

Three Reasons For A Freezing Air Conditioning Unit

All types of air conditioners, from window units to central forced air systems, operate in the same way. As a result, they can suffer from similar issues. One of the most common and serious issues that can affect your air conditioner is freezing, in which condensation and water vapor form ice on your unit and impede its function. Understanding some of the most common reasons why your air conditioner may be freezing up can help you identify the underlying problem and have it fixed as quickly as possible. Read More 

Is It Hot Enough For You? 6 Cooling Options For Your Tiny House That Really Work

The tiny house craze is sweeping the nation. More and more people are deciding to live a different version of the American dream—a much smaller one. Depending on who you ask, the term "tiny" could mean anywhere from just 200 square feet (also called a "micro-house") to anything under 1,000 square feet. Considering that the average American home is 2,422 square feet, either definition works. The reasons for going tiny are as varied as the people that live in them. Read More