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Is a Bigger Air Conditioning System Better?

Monday, June 13th, 2016

One of the most frequent types of repair call that we get throughout the summer is from homeowners who say their air conditioner simply isn’t performing up to par. It’s not cooling their home the way it should be, leaving their home uncomfortably warm during the summer days.

Temperatures in our area have already been increasing, and the official start of summer is just a couple short weeks away. So naturally, you want to make sure you have an air conditioner that is able to handle the heat. If you’re thinking of replacing your system this season, you might be tempted to go bigger, thinking this means your AC will perform better.

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How Can I Lower the Humidity in My Home?

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

A high level of moisture in the summertime is not something that most California residents worry about too much. When we think “humidity” we tend to think of states on the east coast, such as Florida, right? Our humidity levels usually stay comfortably below 50% this time of year, which is the maximum humidity level for indoor comfort. However, albeit rare, stuffy days do occur.

This is particularly true if you live anywhere near a creek or stream, or any location that has excessive moisture. These days make your home feel uncomfortable, and can cause your AC system to work harder than normal to cool your home, meaning it’s not working as efficiently as possible. And actually, if you use an evaporative cooler it can be rendered completely ineffective on a humid day. So what is the solution?

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What Type of Air Conditioner Should I Get?

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Last week, we discussed whether or not it was time to replace your air conditioner. Let’s say you’ve made the choice to do so. Don’t assume that you should just get a newer version of what you already have. There are many options out there, and you want to choose the system that’s going to be the best fit for your home. We’ve highlighted some of these options below.

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