Cooling Category

6 Things That Compromise Residential Indoor Air Quality

Posted on November 4th, 2022 by carrolladmin

The quality of the indoor air you breathe can affect the health, safety, and comfort of all those living under your roof. Allergens, uncomfortable temperatures, and chronic illnesses are just a few of the many health issues brought on by poor quality air.  To ensure your home has healthy air, it’s helpful to understand the […]

Top 7 Most Common Air Conditioning Problems

Posted on May 14th, 2021 by carrolladmin

The average cooling unit lasts anywhere from 10 to 15 years, so it’s fairly inevitable you’ll be faced with a repair at one point or another before replacing the unit. Even if your system is newer and you have it serviced regularly, there are some problems that can occur. Generally speaking, most issues are associated […]

Air Conditioner Repair Costs In 2019

Posted on May 8th, 2019 by carrolladmin

Maintaining a working air conditioner is essential to the quality of your life, especially during the summer months. If you need an air conditioner repair, it’s best to be knowledgeable about the issues with your unit and the average AC repair costs so you can make an informed decision. This blog will serve as your […]

Common Air Conditioning Myths Uncovered

Posted on June 28th, 2016 by carrolladmin

This spring we’ve been lucky to have a long period of HVAC system inactivity.  However, cooling season has now arrived and you’re probably preparing your home for air conditioning (if you haven’t done so already).  This is usually accompanied by best practices for saving money and shortcuts for reaching comfortable temperatures faster.  In an effort […]

Ensuring Efficiency and Savings this Cooling Season

Posted on April 1st, 2016 by carrolladmin

HVAC systems thrive on the downtime offered in between heating and cooling season.  However, the optimal time to turn on the air conditioning is before you actually need to, and that time is now! Testing out your air conditioning is recommended before high temperatures arrive in Central Virginia.  Whether your system works fine, or you’ve […]

Cooling Season is Around the Corner—What Homeowners Need to Know

Posted on March 17th, 2016 by carrolladmin

We tend to not think about our cooling equipment until we kick it on those first few warm spring days.  If you’ve been neglecting preventative maintenance and don’t have seasonal tune-ups performed, you’ll be lucky if your system works properly and efficiently as we inch closer towards cooling season!  Maybe you brush off the idea […]

A/C Summer Vacation Checklist

Posted on May 25th, 2015 by carrolladmin

When it comes time to leave for summer vacation, many of us would agree that the only thought on our mind is getting out of the Virginia humidity!  Itineraries are planned, travel details confirmed and suitcases packed.  However, before you head out the door this summer for vacation, it’s important not to forget some very […]

Save Money on your Cooling System

Posted on April 14th, 2015 by carrolladmin

In years past, our service area has seen spring arrive quickly and end even quicker.  Our beautiful, yet much too fast spring season is usually followed up by what we Richmonders know as the humidity and heat of a typical summer. Although there is plenty of time before we reach triple digit temperatures, there are […]

Spring Air Conditioning Checklist

Posted on April 1st, 2015 by carrolladmin

With the cold, snowy conditions of this past winter hopefully behind us, we’re starting to get a taste of spring in our area.  Longer days, more sunlight and warmer temperatures have most of us shutting down our heating systems, opening the windows and heading for the outdoors.  However, the change in weather and return of […]

Seasonal Air Conditioning Maintenance and Winterizing Tips

Posted on September 30th, 2014 by carrolladmin

Fall temperatures are quickly approaching in Virginia, and we’re already getting a nice taste of cool breezes and crisp air. This means that we’ll get a much needed break from air conditioning. Before we know it, air conditioning will be shut down in lieu of heat. While homeowners are eager to turn off the air, […]