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What is Short-Cycling?

Monday, October 21st, 2019

white question mark on blue circle with white backgroundTexas is one of several states that requires the use of efficient, well-maintained air conditioning systems. If you are live in the Lone Star state and you don’t have a properly working AC, you are likely to encounter uncomfortable days filled with heat and humidity throughout most of the year.

If you have a good cooler though, you don’t have to worry about finding sanctuary from high temperatures in a coffee shop or library because you can keep your home as comfortable as you want. However, this doesn’t mean your system will never encounter issues.

One of the many common problems that we see in residential AC systems is short-cycling. Some residents may not realize that short-cycling is an issue simply because their air conditioner is still running, even if it seems to be doing so in short spurts.

The truth is that an air conditioning system that is short-cycling is one that needs repairs sooner than later.

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It May Still Be Winter, But It’s Never Too Early to Think about AC Care!

Monday, January 28th, 2019

ac-unit-with-tools-in-backyardIt’s hard to imagine thinking about our air conditioners just yet. After all, we’re still experiencing the occasional 35° mornings! But if you’ve lived in our area for even just a year, you know that when those spring and summer temperatures start rising, they hit fast and hard. Thus, you need an exceptional air conditioning system to keep you cool and comfortable.

This means that if your air conditioner showed any signs of repair needs last cooling season and you haven’t had that done yet, now is the time. It also means that now is the time to start thinking about scheduling your next AC maintenance tune-up.

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Don’t Fall Victim to These Common Cooling System Problems

Monday, March 26th, 2018

top view of an air conditioning unitIn our previous post, we talked about steps you should be taking in order to prevent common AC repair needs. Namely, you should be keeping up with your annual maintenance appointments (or biannual, if you’re using a heat pump). Without regular maintenance, you could find yourself facing any number of potential Houston, TX air conditioning repair needs.

In addition to system maintenance, you can best ensure the efficiency of your cooling system by:

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Common AC Maintenance Misconceptions

Monday, April 10th, 2017

common-ac-maintenance-mistakesFrom reading our past blog posts, you probably are well aware of how strong of advocates we are for scheduling regular air conditioning maintenance in Houston, TX and beyond. But some homeowners have an idea of what maintenance is that could actually harm your cooling system. Keep reading to learn more.

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The Importance of Spring Air Conditioning Maintenance

Monday, April 4th, 2016

Spring is upon us, and with that is the warm weather. If you’ve already had to turn on your AC this season, you hopefully did not experience any detrimental problems. Your AC system’s components get a good workout—and a good amount of natural wear and tear—this time of year. So, if your system doesn’t get regularly maintained, there’s a good probability that it will eventually break down without warning.

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Has Your Heater Bit the Dust?

December 2, 2019

If you aren't sure whether it is time for a heater replacement yet, we can help you figure it out and get set up with a great new system.

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How to Tackle Your Indoor Dust Storm

November 18, 2019

If you need duct cleaning in Sugar Land, TX, reach out to the professionals at Fresh Air, L.P. to ensure your duct system gets the best care possible.

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