Air Mechanical, Inc. Blog: Archive for July, 2013

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Did You Get The Right-Sized Air Conditioner?

There are a lot of considerations to make prior to the installation of your new air conditioning system. Not only must you determine which air conditioning system make and model best suits your budget, home, and personal cooling preferences, but you must also determine just how big your new air conditioning system must be in order to operate as efficiently and reliably as possible.

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Why Do Plumbers Need to Solder Pipe Joints?

If you’ve ever had a plumber in your home to do work on your copper pipes, you may have noticed them using a blowtorch to metal into the joints of the copper pipes. This is called soldering, though in the plumbing profession it is often referred to as “sweating” the pipes.

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Common Electrical Air Conditioning Repairs

Your air conditioning system uses a number of very complex electrical systems in order to provide your home with cooling. There are a number of common issues that can happen with your AC’s electrical system. If you’re having any problems with your AC unit just call the friendly specialists at Air Mechanical Inc. today for Blaine, MN air conditioning repair. We wanted to put together some of the most common electrical issues that we see so that our customers can recognize issues when they happen.

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Happy 4th of July!

In the history of the United States, there are few days that hold such high importance as the 4th of July. We all remember baseball games, hot dogs, fireworks, ceremonies, patriotic music, and barbecues throughout the years as we’ve celebrated this special day. But we can quickly forget what our Independence Day is really about. ...

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