Air On Demand Blog: Archive for September, 2015

Tune Up Your AC System Today!

Monday, September 28th, 2015

In other parts of the country, it may seem strange to schedule an air conditioning system tune-up in the fall. But in our part of the country, the heat just doesn’t quit. We need our cooling units to run in the winter, for those hot days when the only relief is an air conditioned room. That’s why we recommend an air conditioning system tune-up in the fall: to get your system prepared for the work ahead and to clear out any dirt and repair wear and tear that may have developed over the year.

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What to Look for in a New Air Conditioning System

Monday, September 14th, 2015

You’re in the market for a new air conditioning system. Chances are, you’ll notice an improvement in the power and performance of your cooling system right away if your technician installs the system properly and ensures that it is exactly the right size for your home. But we think you should spend a little time looking for the right system, one with all of the features you want to keep your family members healthy and to save money on your energy bills. Here are some features you can look for when selecting a new cooling system.

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Help! Water Is Leaking from My Air Conditioning System!

Friday, September 11th, 2015

This is one of the most common calls we get for air conditioning repair, and we understand just how frustrating a leak can be. The level of severity depends partly on the location of the indoor fan coil unit of your AC system. If it is located on the ground floor, you may not even notice the issue for a long period of time. If it’s located on the ceiling or in the attic, a leaky air conditioner can do damage to the property. In either case, mold can potentially develop, which is a problem you always want to avoid.

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Help! Water Is Leaking from My Air Conditioner!

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

One of the most common repair calls we get is from homeowners concerned about a leaking air conditioner. Depending on the setup of the indoor portion of your AC system, water can leak out into your living space, creating a moist environment where mold can quickly develop. Additionally, we’ve seen cases where a leak actually damaged portions of a property, and the owner had to schedule costly renovations following a repair.

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