Upgrading Your AC Unit

4 Reasons To Consider A Ceiling Mounted Air Conditioning System

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Ceiling mounted air conditioning systems, also called mini splits, are a ductless, space saving alternatives to central, window and portable units. Although popularity of mini splits continues to grow, the majority of people are just not aware that technicians can install and optimize these air conditioners in residential dwellings. Furthermore, air conditioning owners may not even fully understand the benefits of making the switch to these highly effective cooling devices. Here are four reasons to start using ceiling mounted air conditioning systems today. Read More»

Keeping Your Cool Without The Headache: How To Quiet Your Central Air Conditioning

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A common complaint from homeowners with central air is that the compressor makes a lot of noise. Depending on where you’ve placed the compressor outside the house, you might find that the compressor noise even disrupts your sleep at night or bothers your neighbors. If you’re looking for ways to quiet your compressor, you’re in luck. Here are some ideas for evaluating the noise level and adding some sound-blocking buffers around the unit. Read More»

3 Steps To Take When Your Central Air Conditioner Freezes Up

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Few things are as frustrating as a central air conditioner that freezes up in the middle of a heat wave. If you are like many homeowners, you may be living with an air conditioner that freezes repeatedly after normal use, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Here are a few simple steps you can take when your air conditioner freezes that can help it run better in the future. Read More»

How To Keep Wasps From Nesting In Your Air Conditioner

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One problem you may face when operating an air conditioner during the spring is that wasps may decide to build their nest inside the unit. If this happens, they could easily end up inside your home. In addition, even if wasps don’t build a nest in your air conditioner, they might make their way through the crevices and gaps around the unit unless you have taken steps to prevent this. Read More»