Tag: Air Conditioning

Taking Care of Your Air Conditioner

If you have an air conditioner at home or in your office, you should know that it requires regular maintenance for it to function effectively and efficiently through the course of its lifetime. Failure to get the necessary maintenance for your AC unit will result in a steady decline in its performance and its energy

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Things to Consider When Purchasing a Central Air Conditioner

  Are you considering purchasing a central air conditioner for your home or replacing an existing unit? Considering this is a significant investment there are some things you may want to consider: Do you wish to purchase an Energy Efficient system? Energy efficiency is vital when considering a new air conditioner.  Will you purchase a

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Air Conditioning Service - Freezing Coils Can Damage Your Central Air Conditioner

by Ben Wanner of Pro Service Mechanical If your air conditioner coil above your furnace is freezing up you need to call your air conditioning service professionals to have your air conditioner checked. Turn off the air conditioner to prevent damage and let the coil thaw out. Frozen coils can cause catastrophic damage to your AC system's vital

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Air Conditioner - Furnace Saskatoon, Am I Buying The Correct Filter For My Home Heating/Cooling System?

by Ben Wanner of Pro Service Mechanical There are a lot of filter products on the market for your home's comfort system. It can be confusing to know which one you need. We will discuss some advantages and disadvantages of the different types of filters for your home comfort system. Let us first discuss the most

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Air Conditioning Fan Set To "On" Or "Auto"?

by Ben Wanner of Pro Service Mechanical [spacer height="20px"] Should you have the fan setting on your thermostat set to "On" or "Auto" this cooling season? Rather than giving you a definitive answer we can say that there are pros and cons to both settings and it can depend on your individual situation for cooling

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