• Factors To Consider When Installing Air Conditioning In Your Home

    You need to make many decisions when installing air conditioning, regarding the kind of system you want, what size you need and whether you want extra bells and whistles. To help, here are some things to consider. What Type? You'll first need to decide what type of unit is best for your home. A split system has a condenser unit in the yard, connected to the evaporator inside, dispersing the cool air. [Read More]

  • What Are the Most Important Reasons to Be Sure Your Home Cooling System Works in the Spring?

    You know that it's important to have your air conditioning unit in good, working condition during the summer months. In fact, that's probably the whole reason why your home has an air conditioning system in the first place. However, it's actually important for you to be sure that your home cooling system also works in the spring for these reasons: Your Unit Could Have Been Damaged During the winter months, your air conditioning unit might have been damaged without you even knowing it. [Read More]

  • Is It Worth It to Switch to a Variable-Speed Mini-Split Air Conditioner?

    If you are in the market for a new air conditioner, you may have come across the term "variable speed" in reference to the unit's compressor speed. Traditional air conditioners have single-speed compressors that run at high speed throughout each cooling cycle. Conversely, variable-speed compressors run at virtually any speed, for example, 30%, 50%, 70%, or 100%. This technology isn't just about how fast the compressor runs. It comes with numerous benefits that can improve the overall performance of the unit. [Read More]