Air Classic Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Beverly Hills’

Why Does Water Leak from the AC Condensate Drain Line?

Monday, August 15th, 2016

Oftentimes, people mistake their air conditioning system leak for a plumbing leak. Air conditioners can leak water into the living space, or water can cause hundreds or even thousands of dollars in damages to your home! If you’re wondering what to do, or why this happens in the first place, read on, and call our technicians for AC repairs.

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5 Ways to Save Money on Cooling this Summer

Monday, July 4th, 2016

Most homeowners in the area know that their energy bills are going to be at their highest in the summer months. Southern Californians don’t typically have high heating bills, but in the summer it’s a lot tougher to save. You don’t want to shut off your air conditioner completely. So how do you lower your cooling costs when more summer heat waves are ahead?

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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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Could You Be in Need of Brand New Air Ducts?

Monday, April 11th, 2016

The air ducts in your home have a seemingly simple task—help the air to get to the various rooms of your home. However, installing ducts is no simple task. The ductwork has to be just right in order to get air to your home efficiently. Unfortunately, few installers get it right.

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3 Products That Can Improve the Air Quality throughout Your Home

Monday, February 29th, 2016

Beverly Hills, CA and surrounding areas are notorious for poor outdoor air quality. Did you know that your indoor air quality could be even worse? According to WebMD, your home could possess indoor air pollutants including fumes from combustion devices and gas-fired appliances, as well as allergens including pet dander, dust mites, mold, and bacteria. Though this may sound ominous, there are products that can improve your home’s air quality. We’ve highlighted 3 of these products below.

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When to Schedule HVAC Maintenance

Monday, February 1st, 2016

You may have heard before that scheduling maintenance services can help to prolong the lifespan of your air conditioning system and heater. In fact, in some cases, warranties are void if the homeowner does not get the system maintained from time to time.

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How HERO Financing Makes Heating and AC Replacement Affordable

Monday, December 21st, 2015

High-efficiency heating and air conditioning systems can help you to save a lot of money over the years. The technology used to manufacture today’s high efficiency systems allows them to cool or heat just as well as any other system without spending so much time or energy to complete the heating and cooling cycle. However, they are more expensive than other options, at first. But if you qualify for HERO financing, high-efficiency heating and cooling becomes an affordable option!

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Why Any Homeowner Can Benefit from Duct Testing

Monday, October 26th, 2015

When you experience issues getting the right amount of air into your home, your first assumption is likely that there is a problem with the air conditioner (or heating system). Many people—and even many technicians—overlook the possibility that the air ducts are actually responsible for many heating and cooling issues. Schedule duct testing today to find out whether your ductwork has an effect on your home comfort. This service can make you aware of issues that could be costing you, so that you can schedule the proper services to repair your ducts.

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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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