Air Mechanical, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Maintenance’

It’s Not Too Late to Schedule AC Maintenance

Monday, August 3rd, 2020
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Summer may not be playing out the way that many of us thought it would, but we hope you have still been able to enjoy these days of warmer weather. Biking, visiting the Millenium Gardens, or even going to an outdoor concert are all great ways to safely enjoy the warmer temperatures before returning to your comfortably cool home. In the interest of keeping your home that comfortable place to return to after a long hot day, we want to ask you a question: “Did you schedule your AC maintenance appointment this year?”

If you are realizing that you blanked on scheduling your yearly tune-up, it’s okay! There’s been a lot of upheavals lately so we don’t blame you and we are happy to say it isn’t too late.

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Is Your AC Ready for the Heat?

Monday, June 22nd, 2020
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Temperatures are on the rise and the days of being able to happily enjoy the softer warmth of spring are quickly giving way to days of dealing with the sweltering summer heat. This means that you are about to be giving your air conditioner a lot of work to do over the next several months. But is your system up to the task?

If you haven’t scheduled maintenance for your HVAC in Plymouth, MN we want to strongly suggest that you get an appointment set up soon. Why? Because this service can help to keep you cool this summer by ensuring your air conditioner is ready to face the heat head-on!

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Your AC Summer Checklist

Monday, April 29th, 2019

Getting your air conditioner ready for summer is as easy as 1..2..3!

Spring has officially sprung, making now the perfect time to give your air conditioner a little extra TLC! Ensuring that your AC is prepped for summer is the best way to make sure that it will work efficiently and effectively, saving you lots money in the long run!

There are plenty of ways that you can give your AC the boost it needs, and for your convenience, we’ve provided our air conditioning summer checklist below! By following these simple steps, you can be sure that your system is ready to keep you cool and comfortable all summer long! Keep reading to find out more! 

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Get Your House Ready for Summer with a Tune-Up for Your AC

Monday, May 1st, 2017

AC-wrench-condenserAs we move into warmer days, you might not worry much about how your air conditioner is performing. While it may seem fine for now, it’s not getting much of a workout just yet, and hot, humid days are still ahead. An AC system is most likely to break down when it’s hottest outdoors, and those days are coming to stay before you know it.

It’s time to get your home ready for summer with an air conditioning tune-up. With this service, you can save money and stay comfortable all summer without hassle. Learn more below or call our team for AC service in the Blaine, MN area.

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4 Ways a Dirty Air Filter Affects Your Home

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

air-filter-air-conditioningWhy do we tell you to change your filter? The answer might surprise you. Many people assume that a dirty filter is a problem because it contaminates the air—and that’s the reason technicians tell you to clean or replace it once a month. It’s a nice thought, but not completely correct.

The air filter is there to do more than prevent allergens from moving back into your airstream. It blocks particles from damaging the inside of your air conditioner by pummeling it or jamming the fan. But when an air filter is dirty, it may do just as much damage. Find out the real reason we tell you to change your air filter once a month; here are 4 ways a dirty filter affects your home.

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3 Ways to Save More on Air Conditioning This Year

Monday, May 23rd, 2016

When your air conditioning system turns on for the summer, you might start to notice your bills going up and up. You want to save money on air conditioning, but you don’t want to turn off your system for the season or sacrifice any of your comfort. So what else can you do?

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