Yost & Campbell Heating, Cooling & Generators Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioner Repair’

AC Tip: Fresh Filters Needed!

Monday, July 29th, 2019

man-with-filterHomeowners today have the luxury of living in complete comfort during even the hottest days of the year thanks to the many whole-house air conditioning options on the market. What too many homeowners fail to realize, however, is that even the best air conditioning systems can really under-deliver in certain circumstances. Scheduling routine air conditioning maintenance is the best way to keep air conditioning systems working as efficiently and effectively as possible.

It is also the best way to keep the need for air conditioning repair in Queens, NY, at bay. One part of the equation that is sometimes overlooked is the need for changing the air filter regularly. Yes, the air filter will be changed during the system’s annual tune-up. No, changing that air filter once a year is not enough. It may not sound like that big of a deal, but a dirty air filter will really set any air conditioning system back in a substantial way.

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Tips and Tricks for Lowering the AC Bill

Monday, July 16th, 2018

air-conditioner-money-saverHaving air conditioning is great, but it does bring up a few more complications. The biggest one being what to do about the monthly energy bill. It’s not that having an increased energy bill is unexpected, but an AC bill running slightly higher than budget is something no one wants.

Luckily, there’s hope. There are several ways that any homeowner can lower their AC bill and a couple of them can even be done right now.

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Short-Cycling Demands Quality Air Conditioning Service

Monday, July 2nd, 2018

hvac-technician-repairing-air-conditioning-unitShort-cycling is when a unit turns on-and-off far more often than is normal. But is short-cycling really that bad?

Yes, it is. In fact, short-cycling demands the service of a professional.

We understand why it doesn’t seem detrimental since the symptoms aren’t loud or scary, but if ignored for long, it can cause way more problems than it’s worth. Read on to understand why short-cycling is a problem and what causes it.

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