Air Classic Blog : Archive for May, 2016

There’s Still Time: Professionally Maintain Your Air Conditioner Soon!

Monday, May 30th, 2016

Temperatures are rising ever so slowly, but soon enough we’ll be back to the scorching summer sun we’re used to. That’s when it’s most likely that your air conditioner will run into trouble, when it’s working harder than ever and using the most energy to attempt to cool your home.

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Call Commercial AC Specialists for a New Installation

Monday, May 23rd, 2016

When you’re in the market for a new commercial air conditioning system, you cannot call just anyone. As you very well know, the equipment used for commercial air conditioning and heating is much, much larger than the equipment used for residential heating and cooling. But the differences go well beyond this.

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4 Common Air Conditioning Repairs and What You Can Do

Monday, May 16th, 2016

Sometimes, there are steps you can take to prevent an air conditioner from requiring repairs. Sometimes, your air conditioning system needs extensive repairs in order to run properly, and you might even need to replace it.

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Get a Free Nest Thermostat When You Install an Air Conditioner!

Monday, May 9th, 2016

If you live in the Los Angeles area, we want to help you take more control over your air conditioning and heating systems with a Nest thermostat. Right now, with your AC installation or replacement, you’ll get a free Nest thermostat, and we’ll teach you how to use it. You can save money and make managing your energy usage and comfort a whole lot easier with this Wi-Fi enabled device.

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How Air Duct Design Affects Your Comfort

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Many people don’t realize just how important the air ducts are to a central heating and AC system, and just how much they can contribute to your comfort or to your discomfort. Improper duct design is all to common with newer homes or room renovations because, sometimes, this job is not put in the hands of an HVAC expert familiar with sizing, zoning, heat loads, and more.

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