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3 Critical Signs Your Air Conditioning Unit May Not Be Operating Efficiently

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Having a malfunctioning AC at the peak of summer is quite frustrating. To avoid these frustrations, it is important to hire a competent HVAC contractor to inspect your system regularly to check for any signs of faults and defects. Here are three critical signs that your air conditioning unit may not be operating efficiently. Unusual Noises and Odours Typically, your AC should not produce any smell. Furthermore, the unit should produce minimal noise that is not too loud or disruptive. Read More»

Things to Remember While Installing a New Air Conditioner

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As the hot weather sets in, it becomes challenging to stay indoors without a cooling system. One of the smartest decisions you can make is to install an air conditioner. Even if you have been using an AC and it hasn’t been efficient, you will also need to consider replacing it. This system can effectively regulate the temperature and cool the home as needed. But before you start the air conditioning installation project, it’s crucial to know the vital things that must be considered to succeed in your plans and get value for your investment for years. Read More»

A Look at the Right and Wrong Way to Save Money When Buying AC Units

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How much do air conditioning units cost? That depends on several factors, which is why you will find variances among different brands and models, as well as unit sizes. That said, you can spend a little less the next time you are buying or replacing your air conditioning unit. How? Here is a look at two main ideas to bear in mind. Look for Rebates Depending on several factors, you may be eligible for rebate programs available for people buying new air conditioning systems. Read More»

The Simple Steps You Need To Take To keep Your Ducted Air Conditioning Safe From Dust

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Everyone has heard of the horror stories of a badly kept ducted air conditioning system. Not only can larger air conditioners cause legionnaires disease if mould is allowed to grow but even smaller ducted heating systems can have bad smells, poor filtration and a general unpleasant feeling when in use. This is primarily because of the presence of dust in the system. You shouldn’t dread turning on your ducted heating in winter, it should be something you look forward to and part of your relaxed home experience. Read More»