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    Preventing AC Leaks: a Brief Guide

    November 30, 2020

    In order to cool down air, an air conditioner pulls in hot and humid air from the outside and blows it across a cooled coil, also known as the evaporator coil. A side effect of this process is that condensation starts to build up on the coil. This excess water...

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    5 Causes of AC Leaks

    October 28, 2020

    If your AC starts leaking, don't panic! Water leaks can occur even if none of the components inside your AC are broken. In order to determine whether your unit requires AC repair, you'll need to take a look inside your AC (or have it examined by the experts in Queen...

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    Is AC Leakage Dangerous? How to Deal With a Leaking Air Conditioner

    October 28, 2020

    Modern air conditioners are a true technological wonder. Not only are they quiet, affordable, and universally useful, they keep getting more energy-efficient with each passing year. It's really no surprise that over 90% of American homes contain at least one of these marvelous devices. That being said, air conditioners aren't...

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    What Is Comfort Cooling and Is It Different from Regular Air Conditioning?

    September 30, 2020

    Americans love their air conditioning systems, and for a good reason. Not only do these wonderful devices maintain pleasant temperatures in our homes and workplaces all year round, they're also extremely energy-efficient and more eco-friendly than their fuel-based counterparts. We'd even go so far as to say that installing a...

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    Ideal Indoor Temperatures: How to Set Your Thermostat for Maximum Comfort

    September 30, 2020

    Residential air conditioning systems are one of the greatest inventions of all time. They keep us cool during sweltering summer days, they warm us up during cold months, and they help prevent allergens and other harmful particles from getting into our homes. With all that in mind, it's no surprise...

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    How Dust Storms Can Damage Your AC & What You Should Do About It

    August 31, 2020

    As anyone who lives in Arizona can tell you, the Grand Canyon State is no stranger to dust storms. Also known as haboobs, dust storms occur when powerful winds blow loose dirt, clay, dust, and sand up into the air, creating a large cloud of debris and dust. In addition...

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    Indoor Air Quality 101: How Your AC Improves the Air Quality in Your Home

    August 31, 2020

    Making sure the air inside your house is fresh and free of dust, allergens, and other harmful particles is one of the most important things you can do as a homeowner. Unfortunately, regularly airing and cleaning your place isn't always enough to ensure good indoor air quality. So what can...

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    What Should You Do When Your Air Conditioner Is Not Blowing Cold Air?

    July 23, 2020

    There's nothing more frustrating than getting home after work, eager to cool down after spending all day in the sweltering Arizona heat, only to discover that your AC system is refusing to do its job. To make matters worse, unless you're a trained AC technician yourself, it's often impossible to...

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    5 Common AC Problems in the Summer

    July 23, 2020

    It's hard to exaggerate the importance of having a working air conditioning system during the summer in Arizona. With the COVID-19 crisis forcing us to avoid public places and spend as much time indoors as possible, it's likely that we'll all be using our HVAC systems even more than usual. ...

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    11 Reasons Why Your Air Conditioning Unit Is Tripping the Circuit Breaker

    June 26, 2020

    Is your circuit breaker getting tripped as soon as you turn on your AC unit? Unfortunately, this is a common air conditioner-related malfunction that can nonetheless be surprisingly difficult (and even dangerous) to diagnose and deal with. But what exactly is AC tripping? Is there an easy way to fix...

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