Switching Between Swamp Cooling And Refrigeration In A Changing Climate

Residents of all states are now facing an upcoming environmental change that will eventually hit them if it hasn't yet: changing humidity boundaries. That means the cooling systems that worked before may not work as well now for at least part of the year, leading to noticeable discomfort at home. It may be time for residents to re-evaluate what they have and what they want in terms of cooling systems. [Read More]

Good Or Bad? A Breakdown On Advice For Your A/C

Everyone receives advice on their air conditioning system. Unfortunately, not all of it is good advice. In fact, some of it just flat out doesn't make any sense at all, but if you aren't an expert, you may not know any better. Here is a breakdown on some of the advice that you may have received in the past about your A/C. 1. Temperature Setting Bad Advice: Maintain the same temperature setting whether you are at home or away from home so that you aren't constantly messing with your thermostat. [Read More]

It's Summer Time! Regular Maintenance You Can Do To Prevent Air Conditioner Failures

Now that the summer weather is closing in, it is necessary to make sure your air conditioner is in the best possible shape. The last thing you want is to call the HVAC technician in the middle of a heat wave to repair your air conditioner. It is easy to take care of some of the regular maintenance yourself. It can save you a bundle of money, as well as some hot summer temperatures in your home, if you take the time to do some necessary, basic maintenance to your HVAC. [Read More]

Myths About Air Conditioning Systems

Air conditioning systems can be essential for keeping a home cool and comfortable. However, homeowners will frequently be poorly informed when it concerns these systems. This can lead to instances where they may allow myths to mislead their judgment. Myth: New Air Conditioners Always Require More Power To Operate A frequent misunderstanding about air conditioning systems will cause individuals to assume that new models will always require more power to operate than older units. [Read More]