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How Do Air Conditioners Help You Control Humidity?
How Do Air Conditioners Help You Control Humidity?

Indoor air quality is so much more than the dust and debris that may be floating through your air. Humidity also plays a role in how healthy the air in your home is to breathe. Humidity can also contribute to a number of other problems in your home, including mold and mildew ...

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Blog posts in Air Conditioner

  • Why is R-22 Freon So Expensive?

    If you’ve ever needed to have your air conditioner recharged or had a small leak which needed a repair, you may have been in for an unpleasant ...

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  • Why Do Air Conditioners Freeze?

    Summer is just around the corner and that means that before long you’re going to be firing up your air conditioner to stay cool when California cranks ...

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  • Going Beyond Online Reviews When Buying an Air Conditioner

    Searching for air conditioner reviews online has become the first step in the selection process for many homeowners looking for an HVAC contractor and ...

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  • Sizing Considerations When Buying a New Air Conditioner

    When you’re purchasing a new cooling system, you’ll have to make a series of choices, the first, and most important, of which should be its size. ...

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  • Benefits of Motion-Activated Air Conditioning

    It's been a hot summer in Silicon Valley. Running your air conditioning (A/C) all the time is tempting, but it also drives your energy bills up. How ...

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  • How to Handle Water Around Air Conditioning Vents

    Having water or condensation around your air conditioning vents might not seem like a big deal, but it can lead to some serious problems. This vent ...

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  • What to Do if the A/C in the Home You're Renting Breaks

    The good news is, the house you’re renting includes air conditioning; the bad news is, the rental A/C has just broken down. Resolving air conditioning ...

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  • The Air Conditioner Breaks in Summer: What to Do

    When the outdoor temperature spikes in the summer, your A/C's workload spikes too and the added strain can lead to a sudden breakdown when you need ...

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  • Concerns for a Frozen A/C Unit

    A common problem with air conditioners is the indoor evaporator coil freezing up. A frozen A/C unit can't cool your home and may not work at all. If ...

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