Magnolia Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning’

Is It Time to Upgrade Your Air Conditioner Before Summer?

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

Assuming you take perfect care of your air conditioning system (I.E. regular maintenance and prompt repairs) you can make it last 15-20 years on average. That’s a pretty respectable number, but sooner or later that system is going to need to be replaced. Before summer rolls around, you should have a look at your air conditioner and determine whether or not it’s a good idea to upgrade. If you’re still on the fence over whether or not you should upgrade your air conditioner, have a look at some of the benefits below.

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How Duct Sealing Can Save You Money

Monday, August 31st, 2015

When was the last time you thought about the ducts in your home? Probably not for a long while. That’s not unusual, though. Most people don’t think about their ducts, primarily because they don’t believe their ducts are worthy of consideration. Once they’re installed, they’re fine, right? Well, not really. Ducts may be inconspicuous, but they still require professional attention from time to time. If that isn’t done, you may find yourself dealing with duct problems that you didn’t even think were possible. Let’s take a look at one of those problems, and how duct sealing can help remedy it.

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3 Signs That Your Air Conditioner Needs Replacing

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Ductless air conditioners are tough systems, but they aren’t invincible. Sooner or later, you’re going to need to replace your air conditioner no matter how well you took care of it. You don’t want your system to die on you in the middle of a hot summer day, so the best way to avoid gaps in your climate control is to recognize the signs that your air conditioner is dying before it actually reaches the end of its lifespan. Let’s examine 3 of the most common signs that you need to replace your air conditioner.

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The Role Refrigerant Plays in Your Air Conditioner

Monday, August 10th, 2015

Refrigerant is a vital part of any air conditioning system. Even so, most people are unaware of what it actually is or how it works. The more you understand about your air conditioner, the better you’ll be able to identify and react to problems. With that in mind, let’s examine what refrigerant actually is and how it works within your air conditioner.

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Why You Should Schedule Air Conditioner Maintenance This Summer

Monday, July 20th, 2015

Air conditioning season is in full swing, and you’re probably using your air conditioner on a daily basis to cope with the heat. By all means, keep doing so; that’s what the system is for, after all. However, you should be aware of certain steps you need to take to keep your air conditioner healthy this summer. The most important of these steps is air conditioner maintenance. Let’s take a look at why air conditioner maintenance is so important.

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The Benefits of Ductless Air Conditioning

Monday, July 13th, 2015

As summer gets into full swing, more and more people are going to start relying on their air conditioning systems to keep them cool on a daily basis. While most homeowners rely on centralized air conditioning to keep them nice and cool, there are other options available. Ductless air conditioning systems attempt to rectify some of the disadvantages of central air conditioning, and are a great choice for people looking for a more energy efficient cooling option. Let’s take a look at what ductless air conditioning is, and how it can help keep you cool this summer.

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Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

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