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    Get Your Home Air Conditioning System Ready for the Heat

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  • Get Your Home Air Conditioning System Ready for the Heat

    March 27, 2013

    During summer days when temperatures start to rise, your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system becomes one of the most important aspects in your home comfort and remains that way for several months.

    • Did you know that according to the U.S. Census Bureau, an estimated 3 million plus HVAC systems fail each year?

    So how do you know if it’s time to maintain, repair, or replace your AC? Knowing what maintenance steps you can take on your own as well as what questions to ask your air conditioning service contractor can save you money, time, and most importantly, keep you comfortable during the hottest months of the year.  While ac maintenance is key in keeping your system performing at its best, this will only get you so far. Your equipment will eventually need to be replaced and HVAC repair service won’t do you much good when your system has seen its final days. Here are a few things to consider when the time comes for air conditioner installation service:

    • Hire wisely – If you have purchased the best and most expensive, state-of-the-art equipment available in the market today, it will do you no good in providing comfort if it is not sized and installed properly.  Proper HVAC installation is just as important as the system that will be used to cool your home. Hire a certified air conditioning repair technician you can trust. While you may have narrowed it down to one from the list of air conditioning companies you were considering, not all HVAC service technicians will carry the brand you may want. It is important to determine what features and comfort level you would like so that you can find a contractor that will fill your need.
    • Educate yourself – This does not mean run out and buy a do-it-yourself manual on air conditioning installation. Learn the lingo and ask your service technician questions!  You can make smarter investment decisions if you are speaking the same language as your contractor. Research air conditioner installation information using a fact-based objective resource, however, keep in mind that your AC installation technician is the expert and will know what will best suit your needs.
    • Save money– When it’s time to replace your HVAC system, you may be tempted to make a purchase that could save you money now, but potentially cost much more in the long run. When it comes to air conditioning installation, sometimes cheaper isn’t better. Think of how much money you will save in heating and cooling bills in the coming years with a more efficient HVAC system. A few features can go a long way toward maximizing energy efficiency. By using a programmable thermostat, you avoid wasting money on cooling costs when no one is home. One other thing to consider when replacing your air conditioner is a unit with a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating above 16.

    Staying cool during a summer heat wave can be challenging, especially when you are having trouble with your air conditioning system. Remember to keep your cool during the summer season. Take the time to maintain, repair, and replace your AC equipment when necessary