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Major Causes of AC Failure and Prevention

July 9, 2019

Staying cool in Las Cruces when the temperatures outside are sweltering is almost impossible without an efficient air conditioning system. AC systems are complex pieces of equipment, and a lot of things can go wrong with them. Some examples that cause AC failure are: Frozen coils Malfunctioning compressor Low refrigerant Defective thermostats If you don’t clean or replace your air filter regularly, your system may experience airflow problems that can actually result in frozen coils. Coils can also freeze if you allow your ducts to become clogged. When dust and dirt build up on your condenser coils, your AC system will run constantly in an effort to dispel hot air. Eventually, your condenser may overheat and break down. Low levels of refrigerant and electrical issues can also put stress on your condenser. Low-refrigerant levels can cause your AC system to short cycle. The term is used to describe the phenomenon in which the AC system shuts off before it cools your interior to the temperature you’ve indicated on your thermostat. Defective thermostats can also lead to short cycling. Preventing AC System Breakdowns Regular system inspections and maintenance are the most effective way to prevent air conditioning problems from occurring. Ideally,...

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Balance the Uneven Cooling in Your Home

May 21, 2019

When you have uneven cooling in your home, there may be several reasons behind the problem. Understanding the issue can help you find a solution, but you’ll need to know how the air in your house flows. You can improve the cooling in your home if you follow these tips. Change How Your Ventilation Directs Airflow The ventilation in your home can reduce airflow in some rooms. If you have any dirty vents in your house, you should get them cleaned to improve the distribution of cool air. Avoid placing furniture that might block your ventilation system. Consider the air quality control services of a professional with ventilation experience. Add More Insulation Insulation can affect the airflow in your house as well. If your home isn’t insulated, you’ll experience unwanted heat in some areas. If you live in an area where heating issues often occur, you may want to seek out the services of a professional. Aircon Heating & Cooling Inc. will know how to add insulation to improve temperature control in your home. Control Different Areas With a Zoning System You can use a zoning system to improve airflow distribution in your home. Focus on areas of your home...

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How is an outdated AC unit costing you a small fortune?

March 22, 2018

AC units can be a lifesaver all throughout the year if they are working correctly. As AC units continue to evolve and become more efficient, older units began to show their wear and tear. The older the AC unit, the more you can expect to spend in repairs. Let’s look at a few facts: Maintenance-You will have more maintenance requests throughout the year. Standard service calls can quickly add up. An older unit should be serviced about four times during the year. Depending on how often the AC unit has issues, you could experience continuously rising costs. Coolant-Newer units operate under different standards. Many outdated AC units cannot even use the coolant they used to, as they are now outlawed. If your AC unit is more than 10 years old, it’s time to reevaluate whether or not you could stand to upgrade to a more efficient AC unit. Costs-There are costs associated with running an older AC unit that goes beyond maintenance. Your energy bills will probably be significantly higher, especially during peak season. A more efficient AC unit runs less, is quieter and helps save money. Service-It is a good idea to clean the coils on your unit once...

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What to Look for In An Air Conditioning Company

February 7, 2017

For most of us, a house represents the most significant financial investment we’ll ever make. That means finding a company to handle your AC needs is of utmost importance, as well. The air conditioning company you pick will be your partner in choosing and maintaining your home’s HVAC unit, which has consequences you might not have thought about. Since cooling and heating can account for almost half of a typical homeowner’s energy costs, making the right decision can have an impact on your financial well-being, in addition to the comfort of you and your family. For years, people in have trusted for their HVAC needs. We’ve assembled a list of things to consider when you’re looking for a company to trust with your air conditioning needs. It pays to seek out a firm with that gets consistently good reviews. Do your homework and see what the Better Business Bureau has to say. Check for consumer reviews on Yelp and other sites that post real-life feedback on local companies. An HVAC company should hire technicians who are certified by North American Technician Excellence. A NATE certification signifies a firm believes in hiring employees who are knowledgeable and know their stuff. Ask...

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Should I Continue Repairing My AC Unit?

February 7, 2017

We have a lot of customers ask us if they should continue repairing their air conditioners, or if they should just go ahead and replace them. We tell them to consider the following factors: How old is your unit? After a unit has been in use for 10-15 years, it’s time to replace. By this age, parts start to break down and air quality is compromised. How often are you repairing your AC unit? If you’re repairing your air conditioner often, it could mean the unit needs to be replaced. Think about how much money you’ve spent on repairs and what portion of the cost of a new system that could cover. How efficient is your system? Older systems have poor energy efficiency ratings, and you could notice a big difference with a new, efficient system. How much are you spending to cool your home? The more efficient a system, the less you’ll spend on energy bills. Whether you’ve decided to continue with AC repair in or to go ahead and schedule the installation of a new, energy efficient system, we have you covered. Our knowledgeable techs will provide you with the services you need to have cool and comfortable...

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