Two-stage cooling

September 8, 2016

What You Should Know About Two-Stage Cooling

No matter what temperature you set your home to, a traditional air conditioner has only two settings: on, and off. A wide range of cooling temperatures is achieved by the thermostat simply turning the A/C off once the temperature is reached, and turning it back on when the house warms up a little. While this works, it can produce intermittent noise and some temperature swings, and it’s not the most efficient way to handle matters. Two-stage cooling is an improvement. […]
August 28, 2014

It’s Hard to Say Goodbye — When It’s Better to Purchase a New A/C

In Georgia, an A/C is a necessity. We know how it works, how to maintain it, and maybe even how to fix it. But there are times when it’s better to go ahead and purchase a new A/C. By clinging on to an older model A/C, you may be paying more in energy costs than you realize. Fortunately, there are some easy indicators of when it’s time to say goodbye to your old A/C: Your current A/C is older than ten […]