Air Classic Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repair’

What Does Refrigerant Do for My Air Conditioner?

Monday, July 25th, 2016

If you haven’t heard the term “refrigerant” used before, you’ve probably still heard a similar term—Freon. Freon is actually a mislabeling, a brand name no longer used universally. Refrigerant is a term used to describe the chemical blend in an air conditioner that is responsible for heat exchange, and there are a few different types in use.

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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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Repair Your Air Conditioner before Temperatures Go Up

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

This has been one of the hottest Februarys on record, and temperatures will still continue to go up from here. If you’ve been noticing problems with your air conditioner, or if you waited to repair your air conditioner last season, it cannot wait any longer. Repair your air conditioner today to save some money and to prevent your AC from breaking down when you really need everything to be in top working condition.

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Don’t Wait for Too Long to Schedule Air Conditioning Services

Monday, September 14th, 2015

If your air conditioner seems to be slowing down in performance or efficiency, you might be tempted to wait until next summer to schedule services. Besides, it’s only a small problem, and cooler weather is arriving soon, right? Of course, it’s difficult to tell without looking at your particular issue, but most cooling problems should be addressed ASAP, even at the end of summer. Here’s how a small problem can spiral out of control.

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Can Closing the Air Vents Save You Money?

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Unfortunately, the answer is no. While there are many things you can do to help you save money on your monthly energy bills, closing the air vents to rooms you are not using or rooms that feel too cold is not one of them. Here’s a quick look at how closing vents around the home can actually cause trouble for your air conditioner, and what you should try instead.

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