Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for the ‘Air Conditioning’ Category

3 Ways to Keep Your Air Conditioner Around for Longer

Monday, August 8th, 2016

Are you looking for ways to keep your air conditioner working better for longer? We know how frustrating it can be to have to replace a large appliance before its time would normally run out. Follow these tips to see that your air conditioner lasts as long as possible.

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Is Ductless Heating and AC the Right Choice for You?

Monday, August 1st, 2016

If you’re in the market for a new air conditioning system to get you through the summer, but you don’t have any ducts in the walls of your home, a ductless AC system is the right choice. This is partly due to its high efficiency levels and performance ratings. But also, your AC system will double up as a heater!

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Replace Your Air Conditioner Before It Breaks Down

Monday, July 11th, 2016

When it’s 95° outside, you cannot imagine going without your air conditioner. But your older air conditioner is barely hanging on as it is. Are you sure it will be there for you when the outside heat starts to get unbearable?

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Why Does My Air Conditioner Take So Long to Make My Home Cool?

Monday, June 27th, 2016

Walking into your home on a hot summer day can be a bit of a shock if your air conditioner has not yet turned on. And you may become frustrated when your AC system won’t cool your home down fast enough for you to feel comfortable. Don’t accept this as a normal part of your AC system’s operation. If it takes a very long time for your home to cool down, it’s time to get control.

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Is It Too Late to Schedule an AC Maintenance Visit?

Monday, June 20th, 2016

Air conditioning maintenance is a valuable service that can help to improve the efficiency, performance, and even the longevity of your system. It’s an important tune-up and cleaning session that gets the parts into better shape than they were before. It’s also an opportunity for a professional to learn whether there are any problems within your system that deserve prompt attention to avoid a potential breakdown in the summer.

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When Should I Add More Refrigerant to My AC System?

Monday, June 13th, 2016

Around the beginning of the AC system, customers start to ask a lot of questions about the performance of their air conditioning system. They want to know when they should change the filter (once a month), whether they should schedule professional maintenance (yes!), and one complex question: when should refrigerant be added?

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Is My Air Conditioner Failing Already?

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Problems with an air conditioner can send you into a frenzy, especially if you’ve only recently had it installed. A newer air conditioning system is supposed to run more efficiently and operate more smoothly than your older one. But in only a few short years, months, weeks, or even days, you’ve started to notice a problem.

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3 AC Problems You Might Have Early This Season

Monday, May 30th, 2016

Central air conditioning is a more reliable way to cool down an entire home than using small window air conditioners, which fail easily and quickly and do not do a sufficient job of cooling the home. So you are understandably surprised when your typically reliable system is hit with a major problem.

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There’s Still Time to Tune Up Your Air Conditioner

Monday, May 16th, 2016

Annual AC services help to get your air conditioning system into better condition, allowing you the chance to save money and worry less about the performance of your air conditioner throughout the spring and summer. We typically recommend AC services once a year, and there’s still time to schedule your annual maintenance service!

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Your AC System Needs a Tune Up

Monday, May 2nd, 2016

If your AC system hasn’t had a tune-up yet this year, it’s time! A professional AC tune-up involves a thorough examination of your AC system, and a few steps that help to get the air conditioner into its peak shape. In fact, your air conditioner needs a tune-up—that is, if you expect it to hold up to its standard lifespan and operate efficiently to save you money each month.

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