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Air Conditioning Comfort for Life

United for your comfort since 1987

How often do you adjust your thermostat?

Do you bump it down a few degrees to cool off your house quickly?

Does it work?

ThermostatMyth #4 – Quickest Way to Cool Down Your House –
Set Temperature 5 – 7 Degrees Colder Until House is Cool.
Fourth installment from
Nine Air Conditioning Myths Dismissed.

It’s completely understandable.

When you come home from work to a hot house, all you want to do is cool down your house and relax.

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How many ceiling fans do you have in your house?

Do you use your ceiling fans every day?

Do your fans keep your entire house cool?

Ceiling FansMyth #3 – Running Ceiling Fans in Every Room
Helps Lower Your Utility Bill!
Third installment from Nine Air Conditioning Myths Dismissed.

It’s hot, the heat is making you feel miserable – you can’t wait to get back to your home where it’s cool.

You have been running all your ceiling fans continuously in every room to help keep your entire house cool, and you have heard this will save you money on your electric bill too!
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How Accommodating Is Your HVAC Company?

Posted by Larry On March 11th

Do you have an HVAC company that you are working with?

When was the last time you had them out for a routine maintenance on your air conditioner?

Are you impressed with their service?

Air Conditioning
It’s that time of the year again, in Southwest Florida, when we count on our air conditioners to give us that wonderful, cool, refreshing air. That is if your unit is running properly.

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Do you have an AC company on-call if your air conditioner suddenly stops working?

What happens if your air conditioner stops in the middle of the night? Are you covered?

Is the company you work with licensed and insured?

So your air conditioner stopped working, it has to be the hottest day of the year. Now what?

AC company

You never felt comfortable working with your heating and cooling system, but this could be a simple fix. Maybe if you just turn it off for a while and then back on, it will start working again.

Ok, that didn’t work.

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What’s Plan B when your air conditioner quits?

Are you ready to save the day with your “What to Look For” checklist?

Or is it time to call for some help?

Air Conditioner
It’s a hot day, and it feels so refreshing when you come home at night to your nice cool house. That is until the moment in time when your AC stops working. Now what? Everything else seems to be working fine, except for your AC.

You have a choice, try and fix it yourself, or call an expert for help. You certainly don’t want to incur a bill when it’s something you could fix, but on the other hand, you really don’t feel comfortable working on your air conditioner.

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It’s time for an air conditioner replacement. This time getting it repaired is not an option. However, living without air conditioning in SWFL isn’t an option either!

 

12 Tips to Consider AC devices

When looking for a new air conditioning system, terms like energy efficiency rating, air quality, programmable thermostat, “green” air conditioner, air conditioning warranty, and maintenance agreement are all terms that you will need to understand.

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Once you’ve found the perfect air conditioning unit, don’t be afraid to commit to it!

HVAC Warranty - Complete Care Plus

This is our fourth installment of
12 Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your Air Conditioning System
which can be downloaded from our free eBook library. – See more at: http://www.airconditioningcomfortforlife.com/what-is-your-air-quality-of-life/#sthash.99hgEmlI.dpuf

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.

Even with brand new air conditioning systems, you never know when things can go wrong unexpectedly. If your air conditioner stops working in the middle of a hot Florida summer, you quickly realize just how much you and your family depends on it, and why a HVAC Warranty is worth having!

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Having trouble trying to decide what name brand is the best one for you? It is easy to understand because there are many to consider. Lennox Air Conditioning

This is our ninth installment of
12 Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your Air Conditioning System
which can be downloaded from our free eBook library.

When it comes to brand names, like Lennox air conditioning systems, sometimes it’s a no-brainer. We’ve come to trust certain brands for our food, clothing, cars, and electronics. We know that if we purchase something from a trusted brand…

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Gluten-Free, Green Air Conditioning System

Posted by Larry On June 19th

Figuring out what is “green” and what is not “green” can be very confusing. Finding the right “Green Air Conditioning System” for you can be time-consuming. Knowing if it’s gluten-free – well that’s another story.

Green Air Conditioning Systems

This is our seventh installment of
12 Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your Air Conditioning System
which can be downloaded from our free eBook library.

O.k., you got us. Yes, all air conditioning systems are gluten-free. We just thought we should have a gluten-free item too, since everyone else seems to these days.

However, although all A/C units are free of gluten, NOT all air conditioning systems are “green”!
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Most people don’t take a second glance at their air conditioning equipment. They trust the installer to recommend the right equipment for their home and needs.

Air Conditioning Equipment

This is our second installment of
12 Tips to Consider Before Replacing Your Air Conditioning System
which can be downloaded from our free eBook library.

But, knowledge is power. And our goal is to empower you to make the right choices when it comes to your air conditioning unit.

Here is some of the “techy terms” you should be familiar with:

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