Air Solutions Blog

Understanding Smart Thermostats

If you are thinking of installing a smart thermostat in your home, you should first find out how these can benefit you. You should also know which one is best for your HVAC system.

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Tips for Buying New Heating Systems

What should you do when you need to have a new heating system installed in your home? How do you choose the right one? Here are some tips that might help.

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Understanding How Temperature Zoning Works

If you've heard of temperature zoning and wonder whether it is a good fit for your home, here are some basics to explain why you should consider it.

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What to Do When Your AC Isn't Cooling Your Home

When your AC is not cooling your home, there are a number of problems that may be causing these. Check for these problems before calling a repairman to fix your AC.

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Keep Your Home Cool Without Raising Energy Costs

Trying to keep the inside of your home cool during the hot summer months does not necessarily mean higher energy costs. Here are some tips to keep energy bills down without compromising on comfort.

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The Most Efficient Ways to Keep your Home Cool

Keeping your home cool during the hottest days of summer does not necessarily mean that you need to crank up your AC. There are many other ways you can efficiently keep your home cool.

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How Can Ice Form In My AC During Summer

Frost buildup is a problem you can’t ignore as it can seriously affect your air conditioner’s performance. It’s also something that requires professional attention because repairing the source of the issue is a challenging task.

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Ways You Can Conserve Energy This Summer

In this article, we’ll take a look at the three biggest ways that will significantly help you conserve energy during the hot summer months.

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Benefits of Replacing Your Air Conditioner

Replacing your old and busted air conditioner can offer you many benefits. Here are some of them.

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R 22 Aka Freon Explained

If your air conditioner was manufactured before 2010, there’s a good chance that it’s using Freon. Freon (a.k.a. R-22, chlorodifluoromethane, or difluoromonochloromethane) is a colorless gas that’s commonly used as a refrigerant.

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