It’s Spring: Time to Arrange for Air Conditioning Maintenance

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Spring has finally arrived, and although this doesn’t mean an automatic increase in outdoor temperatures, it’s the beginning of the climb toward summer weather. And that also means it’s the time to schedule the annual inspection and tune-up for your air conditioning system. Call our office today and ask about our Proactive Service Agreement that provides maintenance for your air conditioning system (as well as your heating system later in the year). The agreement comes with other benefits as well: speak to one of our team members today to learn more.

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Duct Cleaning and Its Benefits During Allergy Season

Monday, March 21st, 2016

Last week we recommended that you schedule duct cleaning for your home if more than a few years have passed since you last had it done—or you’ve never had it done before. There are plenty of benefits you’ll receive from professional duct cleaning, starting with immensely improved AC and heating system performance that will keep those seasonal utility bills down.

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Why You Should Schedule Duct Cleaning

Monday, March 14th, 2016

Spring cleaning time is here, and that means you should get your home prepared for air conditioning. That starts with scheduling your annual spring maintenance (check out our maintenance program). However, you may also need to have the ducts of your HVAC system professionally cleaned if a few years have passed since it was last done—or if you’ve never had it done before.

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Problems That Occur When a Furnace Isn’t Venting Properly

Monday, March 7th, 2016

With spring upon us in just a couple of weeks here in Shreveport, LA, you are likely getting ready to shut your furnace off for the season, if you haven’t already done so. Hopefully, you haven’t had any serious problems with your system this winter. However, if you’ve noticed your furnace hasn’t been venting properly, it’s best to take care of this issue now rather than putting it off until the next warming season.

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