Your air conditioner has two primary jobs: cooling your home and keeping it comfortable. A common myth is that a big air conditioner will accomplish both tasks more effectively than a smaller system. After all, a bigger, more powerful system means more cool air, faster, right? While there’s truth to this, a larger AC does not always equal more comfort. In fact, an AC that is too big – or too small – for your home can cause several problems down the road.
When buying a new AC, choosing between variable speed, single stage or two stage will impact your electric bill and your comfort. In this post, we’ll unpack what makes a variable speed system superior to the rest.
What you don’t know about your air conditioner might be costing you – especially when choosing between your thermostat’s AUTO and ON modes. Recognizing the pros and cons of these two settings can help you make an informed decision impacting your comfort and electric bill.
I want you to know that you have a new customer due to the kind, professional, and knowledgeable help I received from your technician, Cory (sp?).
I came home last night after business hours to no air conditioning. I found your business on the internet and called.
Cory called me back within minutes and walked me through what turned out to be a rather easy fix, batteries in the thermostat. Of course, I had no idea that the thermostat uses batteries! Cory was patient and waited on the phone as I put the batteries in and reprogrammed the thermostat. He then called back 10 minutes later to make sure my place was cooling down.
I appreciated that he worked with me over the phone and I didn't have to pay for an after hour visit.
I will be calling your company for future A.C. needs. I have also already passed a recommendation for Kobie on to family in Punta Gorda.Laurie W. - Punta Gorda