Air Classic Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Los Angeles’

How to Save Money on Air Conditioning Installation

Monday, August 1st, 2016

When you’re in the market for a new air conditioner, you may become a little stressed when you start to look at pricing. This is a large appliance that will keep your entire home comfortable for many years to come. It’s not cheap, of course, but there are some ways to save money, keeping the initial cost low and the total cost of ownership as well.

Continue Reading

Set the Thermostat to Your Ideal Temperature—Not Any Lower

Monday, July 18th, 2016

We know that on a hot day, you look forward to walking into an air conditioned room. Many people walk straight to the thermostat when they get home, setting the temperature as low as it can go for fast relief. But this is problematic, for many reasons.

Continue Reading

3 Things You Should Know about AC Efficiency

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Summer is coming up, which means you’ll have to run your air conditioner more and more in the coming weeks and months. We’re finally starting to feel it here in LA, and you might be most concerned about the high cost of running your air conditioner when temperatures reach their highest. We’ve provided this list to help you learn more about AC efficiency so that you can get the most out of a central air conditioning system in the summer.

Continue Reading

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.

Continue Reading

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.

Continue Reading

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.

Continue Reading

Is it Time to Replace Your Commercial Air Conditioning System?

Monday, April 4th, 2016

If you own or operate a business in Los Angeles, CA then your commercial air conditioning system gets quite the workout. With more warm-weather days than not, it’s vital to ensure that your business space is comfortable for not only your employees, but your clients as well.

Continue Reading

How Routine Air Conditioning Maintenance Makes a Big Difference

Monday, March 14th, 2016

An air conditioning system breakdown is not something you want to deal with in the middle of a hot summer day. Your air conditioner provides you with an escape from the blazing outdoor temperatures, and you expect it to work properly at all times.

Continue Reading

Is It Time to Install a New Heating System?

Monday, February 15th, 2016

Oftentimes, people don’t replace their heating systems until they break down for good and there is no way to fix them. But this means that, once it’s finally past the breaking point, you’ll have to spend time waiting to replace it. More than likely, the heater will break down around the coldest time of the year, when the heater has to work the hardest. And this means that your house is chilly at the one time you really need it to work.

Continue Reading

Proper Sealing Is Key to Your HVAC System

Monday, January 25th, 2016

The key to an efficient air conditioning and heating system is putting as little wear and tear on the system as is possible. When air is able to leak out of your home or out of the ducts that supply air from the HVAC system to the various rooms, the system has to run longer to keep you comfortable. And this means that the components suffer more long-term wear than in a home that is properly sealed with secure ductwork as well.

Continue Reading