August in Texas can be miserable, especially if your office has to maintain a business casual dress code. Cranking up the A/C can make your energy bill skyrocket, and that’s bad news if you own the building yourself or your lease agreement separates out the utilities. But turning down the power isn’t always the answer. … Read more3 Areas in the Office Where You Can’t Skimp on Cooling
When the time comes to turn on your air conditioner, it can be a heart-dropping event if warm air blows out. Many people are satisfied when an AC service tech comes out and simply adds refrigerant to their unit. Immediately, your home will become cool and crisp. However, is this the best option? Your air … Read moreRefrigerant Leak: Should You Replace or Repair Your AC?
Air conditioning repair is not some vast mystery whose depths we haven’t yet explored, but it can be a Pandora’s Box for you (and fellow homeowners) if aging heating and cooling units are neglected during the hot summer months. Aging Units If your central air conditioning unit is more than 8 years old, it may … Read moreA Perfect Summer Rests on How You Tackle AC Repairs
Whether you have just moved into a new home or whether you have lived in a home for a while, the development of cold spots or hot spots can be very frustrating. These areas can be easy to find. When your air conditioner or heater is running, you may find parts of your house that … Read moreDoes Your Home Have Hot and Cold Spots?
If your home air conditioning system is not cooling like it used to, it may be time to replace it. The average lifespan of a home cooling system is about 14 years. But, many professionals recommend replacing AC units ten years or older to benefit from the latest advances in technology and energy efficiency. Here … Read moreDo You Need to Replace Your Residential Air Conditioning System?
There is nothing so aggravating as an air conditioner failure in the middle of summer, especially a Texas summer. You will be willing to do just about anything, to pay anything, to get that cool air blowing again. One sure-fire way to make it less likely that your air conditioner will fail at exactly the … Read moreCall For A Summer A/C Tune-Up!
Have you been thinking about a thermostat upgrade? Today, there is a lot of talk about smart devices. But, what is a smart thermostat and how does it work? Moreover, does a smart thermostat have any advantages over more traditional past versions? Your home’s thermostat is a critical component of your heating and cooling system. If it is damaged, … Read moreHow a Smart Thermostat Works with Your Heating & Cooling System
If you own a commercial building, having your air ducts cleaned may not currently be at the top of your priority list. However, annual air duct cleaning should become a critical part of your regular HVAC maintenance, as air ducts that are not cleaned can collect dust, dirt, and debris, and can become breeding grounds … Read moreThe Importance of Having Your Commercial Facility’s Air Ducts Cleaned
On the hottest days of the year, there’s always a resistance to turn on the air conditioner. Although it worked the day before, there’s always a chance you won’t hear the comforting hum of the AC unit or you’ll see and smell something dripping from the hoses. And if that happens, you may start sweating. … Read moreThree Ways to Avoid an Air Conditioning Repair
Spring has arrived, and allergies have arrived with it. If you’re worried about allergens and toxins getting inside your house, one of the most important tools you have is your air conditioning system. Here’s how it can help: 1. Find HEPA filters that match your air conditioning unit. There are four basic types of air … Read more3 Ways A/C Can Help Keep Pollen Out of Your House