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When you live in Southern California, high-quality performance from your air conditioner is a necessity, not a luxury. Scheduling routine tune-up’s with a professional air conditioning service company will ensure your AC unit is in proper working order. With regular care and maintenance, your air conditioning equipment will work more efficiently and will keep your home more comfortable.   Maintaining your air conditioning system is important and can save you a lot of money during peak usage. It’s important it’s done correctly, and easy if you hire a qualified technician. Contacting a licensed contractor is the best way to assure you have a qualified technician servicing your system.   Scheduling an air conditioning tune-up before the heat of summer is the best way to make certain your system will keep you cool on the hottest days and save you cash over the hot months.   How often should you have your air conditioning unit serviced?   To make sure your AC is always at optimal performance, you should make sure you’re servicing your HVAC system twice a year. We recommend that you have the heating system inspected in the fall and the air conditioning inspected in the spring. Getting your......

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If your air conditioning system is no longer keeping its cool during the summer, experiencing frequent repairs, causing high electric bills, having inconsistent temperatures, running too much, or is just getting near the end of its life, chances are you’re in need of a new air conditioner (AC). Even with regular maintenance, you may reach a point where your system isn’t performing as well as it used to. Here are a few signs that indicate you may need a new central air conditioning system. Frequent Repairs While it is normal for an air conditioner to require a new part or to be repaired now and then, repeated breakdowns can indicate that it’s time for a brand new air conditioner. Expensive repairs that are needed regularly are an indication that you need to call a contractor; ask a professional for an assessment of your air conditioner and the likelihood of the AC needing another repair. If the professional says another repair is likely, you should start to think about investing in a new air conditioning system. Losing Efficiency There are signs that your air conditioning is not functioning efficiently. If your energy bill seems to get more expensive with every passing......

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You wake up in a fiery of sweat and you’re not sure why. Was it a bad dream? Are you getting sick? Or, maybe it’s because the summer heat has set in and your air conditioner won’t turn on during the hottest time of the year. Don’t worry. Don’t panic. Every now and then, issues do arise, and the problem may be a simple one. With the weather as hot as it gets in the Temecula/Murrieta Valley Area, repairs are critical, so you’ll need to be ready for those issues. To help you prepare, here are a couple air conditioning problems you might face this summer. Air Conditioner Will Not Come On Sometimes, an air conditioning unit won’t come on, but the fan in the furnace seems to be working just fine. There are several reasons it may not be turning on. Check your thermostat, the simplest reason your air conditioner isn’t turning on could be that the thermostat needs new batteries. Most people don’t think about the batteries placed behind the plastic cover of the HVAC thermostat. Also, did you make sure the thermostat set to below the current room temperature? If not, set your thermostat at a cooler......

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Cats and dogs are amazing, therapeutic in some cases. Everyone who owns a fluffy love bug knows the horrors of shedding and bad behavior. Unless you own a poodle or a Sphynx, shedding is inevitable, and that hair can wreak havoc on your air conditioning unit. Conversely, your air conditioner unit may pose threats to your beloved, furry family members. But with a little knowledge and simple pet care techniques, you can reduce the amount of chaos your pets cause to your HVAC system. Dander, fur, and hair, oh my! As pets shed, their dander and other particles have to go somewhere. This released hair is no different than normal dust; it circulates the air in your home until it gets suctioned up by your ventilation’s intake, and gets caught in the filter. Thus, pet dander will cause an acceleration of build up on your filters, lowering the efficiency of your air conditioning unit and costing you precious cash. So, owning a pet will mean you will need to replace your air filter more often. You can combat this by employing simple techniques: regular brushing and grooming of your pet (preferably outside) and discarding the shed, and vacuuming any loose......