With the seasons changing, we’re now heading into the warmer months of the year. Soon, air conditioners will be turning on all over the neighborhood. For peace of mind and a comfortable living space, schedule an appointment with a professional…
If you’re in the market for a new furnace or new air conditioner, you’ve probably been faced with the following dilemma: should you schedule AC and furnace replacement together OR replace the systems as they experience breakdowns?
When the weather is hot, you expect your air conditioner to keep you cool and comfortable. However, a common problem with air conditioners is weak AC air flow—the air conditioner is working by cooling the air, but the conditioned air is not reaching its destination.
. We recently shared an infographic on How Central Air Conditioners Work that briefly explained the SEER rating. This week, we’ll expand on that explanation and discuss how SEER should factor into your decision when purchasing a new air conditioner…
The present IESO incentives for heating and cooling systems are set to expire on June 30, 2017.
Make sure that you take advantage of the Save on Energy rebates before they expire and save up to $650!
When you think about your air conditioner, you probably picture sweltering summer days and the cool comfort of your home. But if you’re getting to the point where you’ll likely need air conditioning replacement for the summer ahead, now is the best time to get a new unit, not when the warm temperatures hit.
Air conditioners are complex machines that require proper, professional maintenance to ensure that they’ll work properly all season long. Without proper maintenance, you’ll run into problems like air conditioner leaks, meaning you may start to see water pooled
around the indoor unit of your system.
Sometimes your air conditioner can experience bad breakdowns when it’s being used for lengthy periods of time, like during this long, hot summer season! One of these major breakdowns is the risk of your air conditioner having low refrigerant.
If you’re like most people, you turned your air conditioner on pretty early this year. We reached extreme heat much earlier than last year, which meant a lot of people came into the summer unprepared. That means that a lot of…