Make sure to get annual maintenance on your HVAC systems to uphold your warranties.


Installing A New Air Conditioner? Tips On Where To Place The Compressor

31 March 2019
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If you are having a new air conditioner installed at your home, one thing you'll need to decide on is where the outdoor compressor will be installed. The physical location can be practically anywhere on your property, but that doesn't mean that it should go just anywhere. These tips will help you place the compressor in an ideal location. High Elevation An air conditioner compressor is designed to take on the various weather conditions that any outdoor equipment will be exposed to.
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How To Spot Problems With Your Commercial AC Unit

12 February 2019
 Categories: , Blog

When you have a commercial property in an area that gets rather hot or muggy during the year, you will want to make sure that you always have a quality commercial air conditioning unit in place. Also, you will need to know how to spot potential problems with that AC unit so you can call for professional assistance right away. The sooner you call to schedule an appointment with a commercial AC contractor, the sooner you will be able to start enjoying your cool air again.
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I used to routinely get calls from HVAC contractors in my area offering annual maintenance contracts. As soon they would identify themselves, I would quickly say no thank you and hang up. After all, my heating and cooling system was working fine. Why would I spend money on services I clearly didn't need? Boy was I wrong! A few years ago, my AC unit suddenly stopped working. I called my HVAC contractor to have it repaired and assumed that my warranty would pick up the bill. That was until I learned my warranty was voided due to a lack of maintenance. Out of nowhere, my decision to ignore those maintenance calls was about to cost me more than a $1,000. I know there are others out there like me. It is my hope that this site will provide them with the knowledge they need to avoid the mistakes I made.