Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for June, 2015

3 Tips for Using Your AC’s Thermostat Efficiently

Monday, June 29th, 2015

The operation of your home HVAC system relies on a lot of parts, but the one component you probably ever really think about is the thermostat. The thermostat serves two main purposes: detecting the temperature in the room and sending a signal to the AC when it is time to kick in again or shut off for the time being.

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Delaying Calling for AC Repair Can Cost You

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

Unfortunately, any air conditioner will experience issues from time to time, and you’ll need the help of an air conditioning professional to fix the issue. Too many people wait to call a technician for smaller repairs, and in this time the problem can spiral into something much worse. There are a number of reasons people delay calling for repairs; let’s break down some of the most common.

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Heat Pumps Are Efficient Air Conditioning Alternatives

Monday, June 15th, 2015

When you are comparing air conditioning systems, you may look at a few of the key features of the systems that interest you. While the price and size of the system are vital, we feel that the efficiency rating deserves just as much attention. Checking the efficiency rating of an air conditioner is key to making sure you save money each summer for years to come. And one of the most efficient units available is the heat pump.

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5 Tips to Help You Save Money on Air Conditioning

Monday, June 8th, 2015

When you run your air conditioner this summer, you are likely to notice the difference it makes for your bills. Air conditioning systems consume a lot of energy, but turning off the system completely is not the only way to save money this summer. Keep your bills a little bit lower by following these tips, and call an air conditioning technician in your area to learn more.

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How to Find an Efficient Air Conditioning System for New Installation

Monday, June 1st, 2015

If you are installing or replacing an air conditioner, the initial cost may be a key factor in whether or not you purchase a system. However, our experts recommend that you pay a little more attention to the efficiency rating of a system than the initial cost. There are usually financing options available for your AC, and the extra monthly cost of a low-quality system may not be worth the initial savings. Actually, an efficient system can eventually offset the price tag. Learn more about finding the most efficient system for your needs here.

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