Air Mechanical, Inc. Blog

Did You Know? Many Companies Offer 24-Hour HVAC Service!

September 26th, 2016

Looking for a company to handle all of your air conditioning and heating needs? Find a company that does it all! With 24-hour HVAC and plumbing service, you can trust that a sudden lack of heat won’t keep you suffering in the middle of the night. Most likely, there is a local contractor that offers this 24-hour service for your home.

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What You Should Know About Your Furnace

September 19th, 2016

The furnace is the most common whole-home heating installation in the US. In our area, most households have gas or oil furnaces. Gas furnaces are typically preferable since natural gas is relatively available in most homes. Chances are high that this is what you’re using to heat up your Minnesota home.

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Get Heater Repairs Taken Care Of before Temperatures Fall

September 12th, 2016

It’s nearly fall, and that means that your heater is almost ready to be back in action. However, you won’t get much from it if your heating system is in need of repair. If your heater started malfunctioning during the last cold spell, it could not have gotten better on its own. Get any heating system repairs taken care of right away, before the temperatures begin to drop!

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Why You Should Get Your Heating System Tuned Up Today

September 5th, 2016

It’s that time of year again! We know fall isn’t quite here yet, and that you’re probably still using your air conditioning system to stay comfortable. But for heating and air conditioning technicians, it’s an important time of year—the time when we remind homeowners to tune-up their heating systems.

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It’s Time for a Thermostat Upgrade

August 29th, 2016

Are you really getting the most out of your thermostat? If you’re still struggling to get temperatures just right, if your thermostat does not have the programming options your friends and neighbors have, or if you are tired of an older, difficult-to-read thermostat model, call a local technician. You can replace your thermostat even if you don’t need a new AC or heating system.

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Why a Fan Alone Cannot Cool a Home

August 22nd, 2016

Chances are high that you’ve got a fan somewhere in your home, whether it’s a ceiling fan or a desk fan. And if your air conditioner breaks down, you might hope to get through the rest of the summer without it. But this probably won’t do the trick. A fan alone cannot cool a home, it can only make you feel a little cooler.

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Does an Air Conditioner Dehumidify?

August 15th, 2016

In our area, the winters are killer, but the hot, humid summers can get just as bad. When the temperature is high, it’s often still bearable—until humidity levels start to go up. You feel warmer when there are higher levels of moisture in the air because it’s so much harder for your body to cool off when it’s humid outside. The moisture already in the air prevents moisture from evaporating off your skin, the way you cool down naturally.

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How to Prolong the Lifespan of Your Air Conditioner

August 8th, 2016

In our service area, homeowners don’t really need their air conditioners for very long, using them only for a few months out of the year. So it’s surprising to homeowners to learn that an air conditioner they may have purchased less than a decade ago is failing.

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3 Steps for Improving AC Efficiency

August 1st, 2016

So you want a more efficient air conditioning system. Your air conditioner accounts for a large portion of your monthly bills for the summer, and the costs can add up quickly. But you’re not quite ready for a whole new AC system. What can you do?

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Repair Your Air Conditioner ASAP

July 25th, 2016

When your air conditioner breaks down in the middle of a hot day, you know to call us as soon as possible (or your local air conditioning technicians, wherever you are). But it’s just as important to call us when your air conditioner is not working properly, even if it hasn’t broken down and is still providing cool air.

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