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Air Conditioning Comfort for Life

United for your comfort since 1987

Are you considering a maintenance plan for your air conditioner?

Do you want the “peace of mind” that your air conditioner is being well maintained?

Not sure if you can justify the cost?

Myth 8 - Maintenance

Myth #8: It’s Not Worth It to Pay for a Maintenance
Plan for Your Heating and Cooling System
Eighth installment from Nine Air Conditioning Myths Dismissed.

Often, people decide that buying a maintenance plan for their heating and cooling systems just isn’t worth the cost.

“My AC unit never breaks down,” they say. “So what’s the point?”

Many people don’t realize that a maintenance plan can save them money in the long run.

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Do you like the look of tinted windows on a house?

Have you thought about adding tint to your windows?

Not sure it would be a good investment?

Window Tinting

Myth #7: Window Tinting Might Look Good
But It Doesn’t Add Any Real Value!
Seventh installment from
Nine Air Conditioning Myths Dismissed.

Many people make this mistake.

They have been looking at tinted windows and like what they see. The tinting enhances the look of a home, especially on large picture windows.

But when it comes time to make a decision about adding window tinting, they are not sure that it offers any real value to their home. What’s the point of spending money to have their windows tinted if it only increases the aesthetic value.
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Do you find it is difficult to have a maintenance routine for your air conditioning system?

How often do you change your air filters?

AC-MaintenanceMyth #5 –  It’s OK to Neglect Routine System Maintenance,
Like Changing Air Filter.
Fifth installment from
Nine Air Conditioning Myths Dismissed.

Clean air conditioning filters are a must!

When your filters work properly, they remove harmful particles from the air.

It is not OK to fall behind on these necessary tasks.

Dirty air filters affect your health and can aggravate allergies, skin conditions, and respiratory problems.

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Do you want an energy efficient home?

Have you sealed your air ducts to lower your utility costs?

Did you use duct tape to seal them?

Duct Tape Myth #2 – Sealing Air Ducts With Duct Tape is an Effective Fix!
Second installment from Nine Air Conditioning Myths Dismissed.

Finding leaks in your ductwork can be frustrating. We all know that airtight ductwork is crucial to maintaining low utility costs.

Often, people think that using duct tape to seal leaks is an effective fix.

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Myth #1 – Closing Air Vents Saves You $$$!

Posted by Larry On May 11th

What is your utility bill this year? Is it higher than last year?

Does it keep going up?

Here’s an all-too-familiar scenario:

Air Vents
Myth #1 – Closing air vents saves you $$$!
First installment from Nine Air Conditioning Myths Dismissed

Temperatures outside start rising, and so does your utility bill. In an effort to cut down costs, you start looking for energy-saving ideas.

Many times, people will decide to close certain air vents throughout the house, thinking this will increase energy efficiency. But closing vents wastes energy!

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Have you inspected your air conditioning unit lately?

Do you know the three basic parts of the system?

Does your air conditioning filter look like this?

Dirty Filter - Air Conditioning Unit

Inspecting your central air conditioning unit seems fairly easy.  Are you familiar with the three basic parts?

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What’s better than having a protection plan when your a/c unit needs repair?

Not having it break down at all!

Air Conditioning Maintenance AgreementsThis is our eleventh installment of
12 Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your Air Conditioning System
which can be downloaded from the UMI Residential Air Conditioning website.

This is our tenth installment of 12 Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your Air Conditioning System which can be downloaded from the UMI Residential Air Conditioning website. – See more at: http://www.airconditioningcomfortforlife.com/hvac-warranty-prevent-expensive-unexpected-repairs/#sthash.BKtQMTTu.dpuf

Any doctor will tell you that, when it comes to your overall health, prevention is key! The best way to treat sickness and disease is to take measures to avoid it to begin with. The same holds true with your a/c unit.

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When searching for the best company to provide your air conditioning services, youʼll want a company that is not only certified by the correct agencies but is also excellent at customer service. Of course, anyone can CLAIM great service. Fewer organizations can back it up with real results.Service Van

This is our twelfth installment of
12 Ways to Ensure You Choose The Best Air Conditioning Company in Southwest Florida
which can be downloaded from our free eBook library.

If youʼve ever called a service number and gotten canned, recorded messages asking you to press 1, 2, 3 or 4, then youʼve gotten a taste of what itʼs like dealing with a large corporation. If every time you call, youʼre talking to a different person or being transferred back and forth, you can get frustrated at this “faceless” entity that isnʼt treating you like a real person.

A small company takes more pride in knowing their customers. You can actually…

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Dirty filters or worse no filters in your air conditioning system can and will cause multiple problems.

Filthy Air Conditioning Filter (Photo courtesy of Flickr User Ivy Dawned)

Air conditioning filters that are not changed or cleaned regularly will form a buildup of dirt and dust causing a lack of airflow through the filter (as pictured above), which seriously impacts the system’s ability to cool properly, forcing longer run times, which in turn relates to higher utility bills.

Now even worse, is no filter at all in the system! This allows all the airborne dirt and dust to enter the air handler accumulating on the evaporator coil, the blower wheel, and housing. When this is allowed to happen…

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