Preparing Your Central Air Conditioning System For The Switch Of The Seasons

Posted on: 16 September 2015
When it is time to put away air conditioning in exchange for heating, there are a few maintenance steps you will want to do your air conditioner to ensure it works properly when you need to use it again the following season. Routine maintenance to your central air conditioning system can be done on your own with a few simple tools. Here are some of the steps you should take at the end of the season to prepare your air conditioning system for storage.
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5 Strategies for Saving Money On Air Conditioning Costs

Posted on: 10 September 2015
When the central air conditioner breaks down, it's a good time to step back and think of ways to save money on air conditioning costs in the future. People can come to forget that central air is a convenience that was uncommon until the 1970s. Even in a hot climate, it's possible to reduce one's reliance on central air. Implement some strategies to bring your utility bills down while not sacrificing comfort.
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Four Ways You Can Use Ductless Cooling For Your Home And Save

Posted on: 19 August 2015
If you want to add AC to your home, there are many different choices. You can use conventional AC, ductless air conditioners or compact ducts. Ductless AC systems can give your home many benefits and energy efficiency. These systems are easy to install and require less labor and materials. They can also be used to expand an existing system or add cooling to detached structures like garages or shops. Here are some of the ways you can use ductless AC for the cooling needs of your home:
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Four Common Home Cooling Myths: Debunked

Posted on: 18 August 2015
Summer is in full swing, which means many homes throughout the United States are utilizing an air conditioner. If your home is one of them, you may want to read on to learn about the four most common home cooling myths, and the truths behind them. Myth #1: Keeping a Fan Running in an Empty Room Will Keep the Room Cool Fact. Fans don't generate cool air like an air conditioner, but instead they circulate the air that's already present in the room.
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