February 6th, 2023
Living in Florida, air conditioning is a top priority. It can be unbearable to try to live without it when an AC unit breaks down. So replacing your air conditioner can be quite urgent. However, scheduling that replacement can be inconvenient so you should know exactly what goes into the AC replacement process, especially how long it will take.
Here are the steps we take in AC replacement, the amount of time that usually takes, factors that can cause it to take longer, and the things you can do to streamline the process and make it as efficient as possible.
January 23rd, 2023
If you have an upcoming repair scheduled for your air conditioner, you may be wondering what you can do to make sure it goes smoothly. We try to make things as easy as we can from our end. You can schedule an appointment online or by phone. We confirm the appointment by phone and text and even include a photo of the technician so you’ll be sure you’re opening the door to the right person. While we do schedule a 1-2-hour window when your technician might arrive, we also send email and text notifications when they’re on their way, showing exactly where they’re coming from and when to expect them. We also communicate clearly throughout the repair process so you can make any decisions with as much information as possible.
There are a few things it would be helpful for you to do before your technician arrives. Here’s a handy checklist of five ways you can prepare for your AC repair so it will be as quick and easy as possible.
January 9th, 2023
It’s always good to catch air conditioner problems early so you can get repairs before the situation worsens. You definitely don’t want your air conditioner to fail completely because you didn’t notice the signs that a problem was developing! How can you tell if your air conditioner needs repair? One of the best ways is by listening to the sounds it makes.
The best way to know if your air conditioner is making a worrisome noise is to pay attention to the usual sounds it makes when it’s working well. Then, if a new sound occurs, you’ll notice it easily and pay attention. It should make quiet and consistent sounds: the hum of the compressor during cooling cycles, and the whir of the fan moving the cool air out into your home. What sounds are cause for alarm? There are several.