A-Avis Home Services Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning’

HVAC Wiring Needs to Be Checked and Replaced

Monday, April 16th, 2018

HVAC-system-maintenanceThe Inland Empire experiences staggeringly hot summers, and a good air conditioning system becomes far more than a luxury when temperatures start to rise. Spring is the time to check your system for any problems and call in a service technician to get them dealt with. That way, your HVAC system will be ready to go the moment you need it to. Servicing sessions should be scheduled once every spring, in order to keep your system functioning at its best.

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Schedule Air Conditioning Repair Before Summer Begins

Monday, March 5th, 2018

air-conditioning-maintenanceOur winter has been fairly warm, though the last few weeks have brought a lot of cold temperatures. Nevertheless, we live in the Inland Empire, which means that hot weather is going to be here before we know it.

Our air conditioners get called into service earlier and earlier every year it seems, and if you’ve been having trouble with yours, it’s probably a good idea to get it looked at before summer begins. An ounce of prevention beats a pound of cure, as they say, and getting an early jump on a troublesome air conditioner can pay big dividends over the long, hot summer to come.

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HVAC Maintenance Provides Numerous Benefits

Monday, November 27th, 2017

HVAC-system-maintenanceHot weather can linger well past Thanksgiving, as our recent heat wave has shown. That means you need your air conditioner to perform throughout the year. But heating shouldn’t be neglected either, and while our winters are extremely mild here in the Inland Empire, they still can get quite chilly, especially at night. That means you need both your heating and your air conditioner to perform at their peak, regardless of whether it’s summer or winter.

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3 Signs You Need HVAC Service to Fix Your Air Conditioning Issues

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

air-conditioning-maintenanceHere in the Inland Empire, air conditioning season can last well into October, as Indian summers and periodic heat waves drive the temperatures up. This is the time of the year where air conditioners start to feel the pinch. During the height of summer, your AC may run morning and night, and now, with months of daily use behind it, it might be showing signs of wear. If you’ve waited to get your system serviced or fixed because you didn’t want to be without air conditioning during the heat of summer, now is the time to do so.

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Central Air Conditioning Problems Can Involve Ducts

Monday, September 4th, 2017

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Our central air conditioning systems are an absolute necessity in the Inland Empire over the summer, when temperatures often climb to triple digits and beyond. When problems arise, they need to get taken care of promptly, and now is the time to keep an eye out for them.

After months of steady work, your air conditioner may be feeling the pressure, and breakdowns and other problems are not uncommon. This can extend to other parts of the system as well as the air conditioning unit itself. In particular, your ducts, which carry conditioned air from both the AC and the furnace, can suffer damage during the course of the summer. As with any other AC issue, you want to get those problems resolved as quickly as possible.

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How to Improve Your AC Efficiency

Monday, June 12th, 2017

air-conditioning-efficiencyAir conditioning season is here, and while we’ve gotten a bit of a reprieve from the heat with our June gloom, triple-digit temperatures will be here before you know it. You’re going to need to pay more in monthly cooling bills during the summer, since you’re running the air conditioner a lot more often than you did during the spring.

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Common Signs of Problems with Your Air Conditioner

Monday, May 29th, 2017

Air conditioning systems are anything but a luxury here in Southern California, where temperatures can often hit 100 degrees and higher during the summer months. You need them to run all day every day until Labor Day at least, and often even later in the year. If your air conditioner exhibits any signs of trouble, now is the time to spot it and call in a repair service. Doing so now ensures that it won’t bother you when you really need it or suffer a breakdown just when the summer heat waves begin in earnest.

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What Are the Benefits of Air Conditioning Maintenance?

Monday, May 15th, 2017

air-conditioning-maintenanceMost people don’t call an air conditioning technician until they need a problem addressed. Our team is ready to go at the first sign of trouble, and we pride ourselves on swift, effective responses when our customers have a problem.

But we also believe that an ounce of prevention beats a pound of cure, and we’re dedicated to stopping problems before they start. One of the most effective means of doing that is to schedule an annual maintenance session with our team for your air conditioner. With temperatures growing higher by the day and another scorching Inland Empire summer on its way, now is the ideal time to do so.

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Why Ice Forms on your Air Conditioning Coils

Monday, April 17th, 2017

If you give your air conditioner a casual glance, you may notice that frost or ice has formed on the coils. Most people don’t think much of it. After all, aren’t air conditioners supposed to be cold? Unfortunately, the truth is more complicated than that, and while it might not seem like much, ice forming on your air conditioning coils signals a significant problem with your system. Now is the time to get it addressed, before the temperatures get any warmer.

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Replace Your Air Conditioner This Spring

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

It’s still early spring, and yet the Inland Empire has already seen warm temperatures for days at a stretch. Soon enough, it will be blazing hot again, and when it is, you need your air conditioner to perform every day without fail. If your existing system is on its last legs, now is the time to have it replaced, when there’s still a few weeks of comparatively cool temperatures and you can plan the operation to suit your schedule. (Contrast that with suffering a fatal breakdown in the middle of July, forcing you to drop everything and install a new system immediately.) But when can you tell if you need a new system and what kind of features should you look for if you do?

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