What Are Your AC Options?

Monday, July 6th, 2020

That’s a really good question. If you’re on the market for a new air conditioning system in our neck of the woods, then it’s an exciting time! Cooling technology has advanced far in the past two decades, and we are inundated with more and more options for unique home cooling appliances. So for anyone out there looking for AC installation in Shreveport, keep reading for some powerful cooling options.

Every home is different, which means we’re going to have to zero in on some of the more important aspects of your home comfort. From efficiency to affordability, the cooling system you decide on will need to make you happy on all fronts. Sound good?

Hopefully, by the end of this blog, you’ll have a clear picture in your head of what kind of AC system you’d like to purchase.

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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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Why Not Switch to a Heat Pump?

Monday, April 13th, 2020

Heat pumps are excellent pieces of advanced technology that not enough homeowners in the Shreveport area know about. Sure, it can be easy to go out and purchase central air conditioning services because that’s what you’re used to—but what you’re used to isn’t necessarily always the best. If you haven’t heard of heat pump technology, then let us break it down for you so you’re more informed before you invest your money in a long term cooling solution.

Heat pumps in Shreveport, LA work exceptionally well because they function both as cooling and heating systems, run efficiently, and can be a customizable cooling approach for families that are tired of constantly changing their thermostat to meet their specific comfort goals. If you’re unsure as to how this technology works, or how an air conditioner can possibly function as a heater as well, then buckle up. We’ll show you the ropes.

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Get Your AC Repaired Before Summer

Monday, March 30th, 2020

Our air conditioners have been through a lot since last year. While they’ve been sitting outside, they’ve had to endure the cold temperatures, wet rain, and the harsh winds that we’ve been protected from. It can be hard to just turn on your AC system and realistically have it work perfectly without any professional help. That’s why we talk about air conditioning repair in Shreveport, LA before having it turned on for the summer.

The problems you were dealing with last summer are absolutely going to reoccur this summer, and we implore you to get them taken care of before they become an issue during our scorching summer days. By calling our team and addressing the AC repairs before summer, you’re actually getting a leg up and setting your system up for success.

So, let’s take a look at some of the problems that can be addressed and why AC repair in the spring is so vital.

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5 Tips When Restarting Your AC System for the Season

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

We know, you might be nervous. It’s been a few months since you’ve used your air conditioner. While reconnecting with your AC could get a little awkward, we promise you that it’ll get easier.

All jokes aside, air conditioners need to be cared for when they’re being taken out of hibernation. Since our climate is one of the hottest and most humid in the country, we’re often some of the first people who take our AC systems out to test before the summer starts.

So, if you’re asking yourself what should be done before you just rev up the system for another year, we’ve got you covered. Below, we’ve provided a checklist of things that can be done to ensure your air conditioner is in great shape for the year ahead of it.  Exercise caution and remember to contact a pro if you need air conditioning repair in Shreveport.

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No, These AC Noises Are Not Normal

Monday, September 30th, 2019

Grinding, buzzing, screeching, no these noises are not normal and you should stop thinking they are! There’s nothing more frustrating, from our point of view, than a homeowner who has gone years listening to their air conditioner grinding loudly while they believed it was ordinary. We’re writing this blog post with the hope that you’re one of the more vigilant of homeowners since we just hate seeing a perfectly good AC unit slowly breakdown due to neglect and ignorance.

Though, we definitely understand the other side of the equation. How is anyone supposed to know that a grinding air conditioner isn’t normal? There isn’t a class in high school that teaches you about AC noises, so where are you supposed to be introduced to that information? Well, before you call for air conditioning repair in Shreveport, perhaps reading a couple of our blogs can give you some background into your air conditioner.

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Good Questions to Ask About an AC Installation

Monday, September 16th, 2019

It can be easy to freeze up when a service professional finally comes to your home to install an air conditioner. We all know that feeling when all the questions you had previously thought up are gone and you just say that it “looks good.” Then the frustration kicks in when there’s a problem later on and you remember that it has to do exactly with the question you forgot to ask!

So, here’s a list of some really good questions to ask a technician when they come to provide installation services. No need to scratch your head and memorize them, you can write them down or just bring up this blog post when they get here. Any good technician providing air conditioning installation in Shreveport, LA would know the answers to these questions, and would probably be grateful for you asking them.

No need to thank us, just read on for a great set of questions.

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What a Technician Looks for During an AC Inspection

Monday, September 2nd, 2019

If you’re on the prowl for a new HVAC technician to inspect your AC, it might be beneficial to know exactly what the technician does! Specialists who work on air conditioners usually use a narrowed-down checklist that can help them identify if there are any problems with the function of your AC. While we might not be able to give you that exact checklist, we can tell you about a few items that are usually on those lists, which end up being some of the more common problems for AC systems.

AC inspections are paramount to the health and lifespan of your air conditioner. We’re not saying that you should perform your own AC inspections after reading this blog post, but maybe this information could help you be more aware of what technicians are looking for when they open up your machine. Regardless of whether or not you think there’s a problem with your AC, it’s never a bad idea to schedule HVAC maintenance in Shreveport, LA with one of our technicians.

So let’s get into it. What does a technician look for when they perform an AC inspection?

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Why You Must Have Leaking Refrigerant in an AC Fixed Immediately

Monday, July 6th, 2015

The modern air conditioner is built to last for many years while experiencing only a minimum of malfunctions. But it is impossible to prevent all malfunctions, and one of the problems that can occur with a residential air conditioner is leaking refrigerant. Airborne chemicals in a house can contribute to spots of corrosion occurring along the refrigerant lines, leading to the high-pressure refrigerant gas escaping—often without any more outward sign aside from a slight hissing noise.

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Warning Signs to Call for Air Conditioning Repair

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Residential air conditioning systems aren’t yet equipped with complicated A.I. systems that will alert homeowners when they need repairs and exactly what kind. But ACs that are in danger of breaking down will usually give off warning signs so that bigger problems can be averted. Below are a few of the indications that it is time to call HVAC repair professionals:

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