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Common Issues with Ductless Mini Splits and How to Fix Them

Do you have a ductless mini-split system in your home? If so, you probably love how energy efficient it is. The U.S. Department of Energy actually recommends ductless mini-splits to homeowners because of how much less energy they use than some traditional cooling systems. It makes ductless mini-split systems the ideal choice for those people interested in cooling their homes off without …

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AC Maintenance Arizona: Tips to Prevent AC Breakdowns in Arizona Summers

We’re no strangers to high temperatures here in Arizona, but these past few summers have been pushing it. Last year alone, we saw record summer temperatures in the Phoenix area, and even this year’s spring saw new daily heat records. Though there’s no good time for your AC to fail, it’s clear that a breakdown during the warmest months is a recipe …

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How Long Should AC Last in Arizona?

Under normal circumstances, the answer to the question, “How long should an AC last?”, is between 12 and 17 years. You’ll get that much life out of an air conditioning system in most parts of the country. But you might not be able to keep an AC unit in Arizona around for that long. The answer to the question, “How …

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HVAC Repair vs. Replacement: Which Option Is Right for Me?

The dream of home ownership is still alive and well in the US. After all, Americans bought up over 5 million houses in 2022 alone. There’s a lot of good that comes with home ownership. But you also get saddled with some frustrations. Right at the top of that list is home maintenance. As a quick look at any home …

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How to Increase the Life of Your AC Unit in Arizona: What You Need to Know

Arizona temperatures have risen about 2.5°F since the beginning of the 20th century. This makes air conditioning units a necessity for comfortable living, especially during the summer months. However, constant usage and extreme weather conditions can cause wear and tear on your AC unit. This can lead to potential breakdowns and costly repairs. Curious about how to increase the lifespan …

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Help! My Home Air Conditioner Won’t Turn On: Common Causes and Solutions

Did you know that the average summer temperature in Phoenix-Mesa AZ can soar up to 106°F? With temperatures this high, it’s no surprise that many homeowners ask themselves, “Why won’t my home air conditioner turn on?” In this article, we’ll explore the common causes of air conditioner problems and provide helpful troubleshooting tips to get your system back up and …

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AC Companies in Gold Canyon: What to Look For

Temperature highs can easily climb over 100° Fahrenheit in the summer months in Gold Canyon, AZ. If you live in Gold Canyon, you know just how hot and uncomfortable it can get during the summer months. A functional AC system is crucial for the comfort and well-being of your family. With so many AC companies in the area, choosing the …

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How to Reduce Air Conditioner Repair Costs?

Did you know that 75% of homes within the United States have an air-conditioning system? For most people, it’s hard to imagine life without the comfort of heating and cooling whenever we want it. However, sometimes our HVAC systems can break down for one reason or another. A technician can often repair these issues, but there’s a chance the costs could …

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Summer AC Maintenance for Monsoons and Haboobs

Here in the Chandler area, monsoon season is a reality we have to deal with. Monsoons and haboobs may not last long but they can do quite a bit of damage. And because our air conditioning units exist outside, they’re often subject to this damage. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help keep this damage to a minimum. …

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Freezing up [Troubleshooting Tips]

It’s the middle of the summer . . . and your air conditioner is covered in ice. Needless to say, you’re baffled. Why is my air conditioner freezing up in this manner? You might be surprised to learn that this is a common problem. Wondering what causes it? Curious as to how to fix this? Then read on!