Air Conditioning Articles

AC Noises – How to Know When it is not Working Properly

September 30, 2013

Air conditioners are designed to run with as little sound as possible. Unless you are sitting directly under a vent or the unit is directly outside your window, you shouldn’t notice when it comes on or shuts off. However, if you are hearing things go bump in the night or notice other unusual noises throughout…

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How to Choose the Best AC Size for Your Home

August 2, 2013

Texans have a tendency to think bigger is better. While that may be true for steaks, cowboy hats and trucks, it’s not necessarily true of air conditioners. Here are some things to consider before you purchase a new air conditioning unit for your home or business. Square Footage How much area are you planning to…

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Smart Ideas to Beat the Summer Heat

June 10, 2013

Beat The Summer Heat Summer heat saps your energy, transforms your car into an oven, makes a branding iron out of your seat belt and is the single greatest cause of dehydration among Texas residents. Use the following tips and tricks to keep your cool this summer.  Sno-Cones Whether you visit the local sno-cone stand…

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Honeywell Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat

March 6, 2013

BlueAir is excited about the new Honeywell Wi-Fi, 7-Day Programmable Thermostat. It is an affordable solution that allows you to connect to your thermostat no matter where you are. You can check and adjust the temperature in your home or business from anywhere. If you are running late at work or away on vacation all…

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