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  • Does your cooling system use freon?

    Does your cooling system use freon?

    “Does your cooling system use Freon? If so, you could end up paying thousands of dollars more than you need to. Freon will become illegal to sell in less than three years, so you could be throwing money out the window. R22, otherwise known as Freon, is no longer made in the U.S. “Something called the Montreal Protocol that United  Read More »
  • When should you repair or replace your cooling system

    When should you repair or replace your cooling system

    “Sooner or later, every homeowner will face the same tough decision: Can you repair that malfunctioning system or appliance one more time, or is it finally time to replace it? Summer temperatures can heat up the repair-or-replace debate for homeowners living with an older cooling system. To arrive at an answer, you must weigh numerous factors, including which option is  Read More »
  • Deciding whether to repair or replace your HVAC unit

    Deciding whether to repair or replace your HVAC unit

    “As spring turns into summer and warm weather blankets the U.S., many homeowners are turning on their air conditioners for the first time only to find they do not work. Faced with potentially lofty repair bills, homeowners must decide whether to repair or replace their condensing units, which is not an easy decision. HVAC contractors are the go-to experts on  Read More »
  • With scorching heat comes breakdowns and failures

    With scorching heat comes breakdowns and failures

    “The extreme heat has triggered power outages and overwhelmed air conditioning repair services across the Bay Area. As we face several more days of these staggering temperatures – the question on everyone’s mind – how to beat this heat? Triple digit temperatures aren’t just uncomfortable — they can be downright dangerous, especially for the oldest and youngest among us. Doctors  Read More »
  • AC repair in hot demand

    AC repair in hot demand

    “Alan Schwandt was rushing to his second job of the day when his phone rang with another desperate Phoenix homeowner calling about a broken air conditioner amid a scorching heat wave. Dressed in gray shorts and a navy long-sleeve shirt emblazoned with the bright-red logo for “Alan’s Air,” Schwandt quickly crisscrossed the Phoenix metro area to bring relief to flushed  Read More »