The Long And Short Of Short Cycling

Air conditioning systems can experience a broad range of issues throughout their working life. One of these issues involves short cycling, a problem that could spell trouble not just for your A/C system, but also your own personal comfort. Read on to learn about short cycling and how to stop it in its tracks. Short Cycling Defined Air conditioner compressors operate in cycles, with each cycle lasting for roughly 10 to 20 minutes.   Read More...

4 Warning Signs it's Time to Replace Your Air Conditioner

Staying cool in the heat of summer is likely to be high on your to-do list. The last thing you'll want to do is sweat your way through the day. You'll have a much better chance of feeling comfortable if you have an air conditioner that's working well. However, if you notice any of the warning signs below it could be time to consider an AC replacement. 1.  Not cooling   Read More...

Cons Of DIY AC Compressor Repair

The air conditioner sounds like it is powering on, but it does not push air through the vents at all. If you're lucky, the only problem in this kind of situation will be the fan that blows air through the system. However, if you are one of the unfortunate homeowners, the compressor of your air conditioner could be in need of a replacement or repair. This large air compressor is one of the biggest functional parts of your AC, and it can falsely look like it is easy to handle.   Read More...

Why You Should Have Your AC Serviced

Now that temperatures are heating up, you may have some popsicles, days at the swimming pool, and maybe a few pina coladas on your mind. But, while all of those things are fun, you're going to have to come inside eventually. And, if you have a hot house, it's going to feel like satan's doorstep. By making sure that your air conditioner is serviced before the heat comes in, you can forget about feeling painfully hot and enjoy moving your thermostat down to even colder temperatures.   Read More...

3 Tips For Saving On Your Summer Electricity Bill

As the warmer temperatures draw near, you are going to start cranking up that air conditioner in order to keep your home cool. Unfortunately, your air conditioning unit takes a lot of electricity to run, resulting in a spike in your energy bill. Luckily, it is possible to save some money during the summer while still staying cool. Here are three tips that will help you lower your electricity bill this summer as you work to keep your home at a comfortable temperature level.   Read More...