5 AC Noises to Be Wary of

Monday, June 22nd, 2020

Air conditioners make noises sometimes, but they’re not normal. When we say “normal,” we mean that they’re not good, or they usually denote a problem that’s occurring somewhere deep inside the system. The difference here is that a normal noise is something that can be ignored, but any noise that’s coming from your air conditioner deserves to be investigated.

How do you feel about air conditioning repair in Shreveport? If you’re not in the mood to suffer am air conditioner breakdown on the hottest day of the year, then we highly advise you get your AC checked up if it’s making noises. If you’re skeptical, thinking your specific AC noise might not be a problem, then keep reading. We’ll list in detail many of the most common noises we address in air conditioners. If you see your system’s noise on this list, then do yourself a favor and call us!

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Why Ductless AC Might Be the Best for Your Home

Monday, June 8th, 2020

Ductless air conditioners aren’t just an additional cooling option for homeowners on the market for an air conditioner. In many cases, they’re the best option for homeowners who are on a strict budget and don’t want to purchase invasive ductwork, or who are looking to lower their energy bills substantially. While we urge homeowners to consider their options when it comes to air conditioning, the truth is that many people just don’t know what’s out there.

We’re writing this post to bring some information to those who might not know about ductless air conditioners or how they work. By informing you, we hope you can make the best choice for your home and comfort needs when you’re on the market for a system. Remember to call us, the doctors of home comfort, when you’re in need of a properly installed ductless AC in Shreveport, LA.

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Winding Down Your Central AC: 3 Tips to Remember

Monday, October 14th, 2019

We hate to break the news, but it’s only going to get colder this year! We know, air conditioners are still going to be useful for the last few hot days this year in Shreveport, but that heat won’t last forever! So, if you’re getting tired of using your air conditioning in Shreveport, LA and you’d rather get your heater ready for the cold days that will inevitably be here, then this blog post is for you!

You’re probably thinking to yourself, What, you don’t just leave your AC system outside for the winter?”

The answer to that question is a resounding no! There are plenty of things that a responsible homeowner can do to make sure an air conditioner is safely stored until next summer. From a quick inspection to cleaning around the unit, we’ve got a whole checklist that can keep you from panicking when the summer approaches next year.

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Mold and Your AC—Not a Good Combo!

Monday, July 8th, 2019

moldWe don’t really have a nice, dry heat here in Lousiana. Our summer season isn’t just hot. It’s sticky and it’s muggy. That level of humidity can cause some problems on top of discomfort. Remember, your air conditioner has a dehumidifying effect in your home. As refrigerant evaporates to cool the air in your house, it draws moisture out of the air. That moisture collects on the coil before dripping off into the condensate drain.

You probably know that damp conditions can lead to the growth of biological pollutants like bacteria and mold. That latter one is a real concern when it comes to your air conditioning system. Avoid this highly undesirable combination with these tips from the Shreveport, LA, HVAC professionals on our team. Should mold start in your AC, remember, that system can potentially spread the spores throughout your entire home. That is definitely not a situation that you want to allow for.

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