Effects of a Dust Storm on your Air Conditioning system. Your air conditioning system is a sealed system so you don’t need to worry about dust getting into your home through your air conditioner. If you are experiencing dust in your home after a dust storm then it’s from having your doors and windows […]READ MORE >
Why is NATE Certification important? North American Technician Excellence, Inc. (NATE) is the leading non-profit certification program for technicians in the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R) industry and the only certification agency supported by the entire industry. Certification is about professionalism, pride, knowledge, proficiency and consumer trust because NATE-certified technicians are experts in residential and […]READ MORE >
Homeowners who were battered by the severe storms which moved through our area in recent months should be concerned about possible damage to their A/C unit. Units that have been severely damaged by hail may fail to work entirely. Those which suffered less damage may continue to operate, but won’t do so properly or efficiently. […]READ MORE >
If you’ve been thinking about replacing your air conditioning system, there are big financial benefits to doing it before December 31, 2010. U.S. homeowners can get a whopping 30% Tax Credit (up to $1500) for installing a qualified Energy Star-rated A/C unit in 2010. In addition, SRP and APS are offering rebates for qualified high […]READ MORE >
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