Air Conditioning

What Do the A/C Coils Do, and Why Should They Be Cleaned?

By |September 9th, 2014|Air Conditioning|

Just about all air conditioners (A/Cs) have at least one coil. A typical split system A/C has both an indoor evaporator coil and an outdoor condenser coil. They are one of the most important parts [...]

How Can Air Balancing Help Your HVAC System? Let Us Tell You

By |August 14th, 2014|Air Conditioning|

If you notice varied temperatures in the different rooms of your Phoenix area home, even with a top notch heating and air conditioning system installed, it can mean that your HVAC system needs some air balancing. An [...]

A Refrigerant Charge for Your A/C Can Keep You From Feeling the Summer Heat

By |July 31st, 2014|Air Conditioning|

Your Phoenix home air conditioner and refrigerator both require a correct refrigeration charge for their efficient operation. This refrigerant charge denotes the amount of refrigerant gas within the system. The process of refrigerant charging involves [...]

If There is Ice on Your A/C and Not in Your Cooler this Summer, There’s a Problem

By |July 24th, 2014|Air Conditioning|

If your air conditioner suddenly loses its cooling ability or stops running entirely, you may have an ice problem. If you discover an icy build-up on the A/C, shut off the unit immediately to avoid [...]

Conduct a Load Calculation First Before Choosing an A/C Upgrade

By |July 15th, 2014|Air Conditioning|

Another hot Arizona summer is just around the corner, and you may be thinking about replacing your air conditioner. Before you get caught up in the latest efficiency features, it’s important to have a professional load calculation done to determine your home’s specific cooling and dehumidification needs. Here’s a look at why load calculations are so important and what you should expect from your trusted HVAC professionals. […]

Moisture on Windows Could Mean a Huge Issue with Your A/C

By |July 1st, 2014|Air Conditioning|

Moisture on windows forms when the moisture in the air inside your home comes into contact with the window panes. New generation houses use high quality materials and are tightly sealed thereby reducing energy consumption [...]

Keep A/C Use Down and Maintain Your Cool

By |June 19th, 2014|Air Conditioning|

Keeping a central Arizona home cool during the summer can be a costly venture. The following are some tips to help you keep A/C use down while maintaining your cool. […]

Ductless Mini Split Systems Could Be a Good Addition to Your Home

By |June 5th, 2014|Air Conditioning|

A growing number of homeowners are singing the praises of ductless mini split systems for a plethora of good reasons, such as energy-efficient cooling and heating, practical installation options and whisper-quiet operation. Read on to see how a ductless mini split could be a nice addition to your home’s new addition. […]

Copper Theft: Tips to Keep Your Air Conditioner Unit Safe

By |May 15th, 2014|Air Conditioning|

Don’t be the latest victim in a growing trend among Central Arizona air-conditioner thieves that puts your condenser in jeopardy. Your unprotected outside A/C unit contains valuable copper that disreputable thieves steal and sell as scrap metal. They may only make $75 on the heist, but the cost of replacement to you may total thousands of dollars.  […]

Be Aware of Common Air Conditioner Problems and Ways to Fix Them

By |May 13th, 2014|Air Conditioning|

We are all familiar with the scorching temperatures here in the Valley of the Sun, and it is no fun when your home feels like a convection oven inside. There are times when no matter what you do, the air conditioner in your home just doesn’t seem to keep up. That may be due in part to some common air conditioner problems that are putting a strain on your HVAC system.  […]