The Early Days of Air Conditioning

According to the Energy Information Administration, 48% of energy consumption in American homes is a result of heating and cooling. With so many people using A/C (especially in the summer and those living in warm climates) how many really know the history behind this commonly used machine. Below is...

Should You Cover Your Air Conditioning Unit?

During the fall and winter seasons, you may encounter the question of whether or not you should cover your A/C unit. There are both positives and negatives for covering and not covering. Many reference sites will argue on way or another. The decision will be up to you. Covering...

A/C not working? This might be the cause.

A mid-summer, humid 100-degree day is not the greatest time for your air conditioner to stop working. Unfortunately, this can happen, but before it ever does, it’s good to become familiar with some common reasons A/C units can require maintenance. While you should always contact a professional about repairs...

5 Ways to Keep Your A/C from Overheating

Temperatures are rising and so is the amount of time you have your air conditioner on. During the summer months, your air conditioner runs the risk of overheating. But don’t worry! Change filter – The filter prevents dust, allergens, hair, and other particles from entering your home. A dirty...

5 Tips to Avoid HVAC Scams

When your air conditioner goes out, you may become vulnerable. Shady contractors prey on vulnerable customers. Below are 5 tips to avoid potential HVAC scams for your safety. Do research before the technician arrives. Get an idea of the typical price range a service visit charges. Confirm what the estimated...

5 Common Myths about Air Conditioning

We all hear tips and stories told between family members and friends about HVAC systems. Often times, the should’s and should not’s that we hear and tell aren’t actually true. Detailed below are 5 common myths told about air conditioning. Air conditioners are just machines that cool the air....