Idaho Heating & Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

AC Efficiency Is a Main Priority This Summer

Monday, May 23rd, 2022

Temperatures are rising and we’re really starting to feel the heat. Unfortunately, everyone is starting to feel the heat, so the power grid is going to be stressed as air conditioners all around the country start turning on to provide powerful cooling. This is why the energy efficiency of your air conditioner is going to be such a top priority. The more efficient your AC can run, the better off you and your community will be for the future.

For our more eco-conscious customers out there, this will be an important blog topic. If you’ve ever researched where your electrical energy comes from, it could help give you some incentive to make your home more efficient. If your local utility produces electricity through burning oil, then a more efficient AC will be directly helping the planet. Also, AC repair in Boise, ID is a great way to keep efficiency levels high!

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Southwestern Idaho Heat Advisory

Tuesday, July 13th, 2021

We’ve certainly begun experiencing our first set of heatwaves here in Southwestern Idaho, and they’re likely not our last. When temperatures get this hot, it’s important to be comfortable, safe, and smart. Here’s what you can do to prepare for the heatwaves ahead:

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Refrigerant Leaks: How to Detect Them

Monday, May 10th, 2021

Nobody wants to deal with a refrigerant leak. It’s true that they happen and they’re just as bad as most HVAC technicians say they are. That’s why we think a blog post on this topic is so important—we want to highlight the benefits of detecting this kind of problem as early as possible.

AC repair in Boise, ID doesn’t have to be complicated. For the average homeowner, scheduled maintenance and a slight amount of vigilance should be good enough. Today, we’re going to talk about some of the things you should be listening for in case you’re curious about your AC suffering from a refrigerant leak.

Remember, don’t hesitate to call our team if you have any questions. We’d much rather be proactive and answer your question than repair your broken down AC. Regardless of what you need, we can help!

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