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Time for Air Conditioning Maintenance (Also: Go Raptors!)

Monday, March 21st, 2016

IMG_8691It’s already spring, and that means longer days, warmer weather, the start of baseball season (more on that in a moment)… and also the best time to schedule your regular air conditioning maintenance.

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Using Ceiling Fans for Comfort during Winter

Monday, January 11th, 2016

ceiling_fan_installerCeiling fans are an excellent way to stay cool in the summer without placing too much extra stress on an air conditioning system. Properly installed ceiling fans create a breeze through a living space, and this movement of air creates a “wind-chill” effect… except you want to feel a bit of chill in hot weather! The air removes the heat envelope from around the human body, making it easier for the body to release heat and cool down.

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Rooftop Spiral Ducts for Packaged Air Conditioning Systems

Monday, September 21st, 2015

This is a good time of the year to consider installing a new air conditioning system for your home. As we transition between seasons, you’ll have a window of opportunity to arrange for professionals to put in the system. Since this is Southern California, you always want to be ready for any sudden rise in heat.

A superb choice for your home comfort that we suggest you investigate is a packaged system (either AC or heat pump) with rooftop insulated spiral ducts. Just what is that and why should you give is serious consideration? Read on!

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Why Is There Water Leaking from My Air Conditioning System?

Monday, August 24th, 2015


If you listen closely to the sounds that come from your home’s air conditioning system when it is running, you will occasionally hear the patter of dripping water. This is a standard sound from an AC and indicates the removal of condensation moisture from the interior cabinet. If you air conditioner is not suffering from any malfunctions, you should never see any of that water escape from the cabinet and start dripping out on the floor.


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