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Air-Tro Voted Best Air Conditioning and Heating by Monrovia Weekly and other SGV Publications

Air-Tro Voted Best Air Conditioning and Heating by Monrovia Weekly and other SGV Publications

Air-Tro Voted Best Air Conditioning and Heating by Monrovia Weekly and other SGV Publications

For the Fourth Year in a Row Air-Tro, Inc. Air Conditioning & Heating Wins San Gabriel Valley’s Readers Choice Award.

Online PR News – 08-September-2017 – Robert Helbing, President of Air-Tro, Inc. Air Conditioning & Heating, is pleased to announce that his company was once again named the best air conditioning company by readers of a number of San Gabriel Publications including Monrovia Weekly, Pasadena Independent, Arcadia Weekly and Sierra Madre Weekly.

To learn more about the air conditioning services that the friendly and experienced team from Air-Tro provides their valued customersincluding AC service, AC repair and moreplease visit airtro.com.

Helbing says, I want to offer my thanks to the readers of the Monrovia Weekly, and to my co-workers at Air-Tro for the great work and good service they do for all our customers, he said.

We are fortunate to have such a friendly and professional staff, and we’re delighted that the people of the community recognize their skill and their cheerfulness.

In addition to the Readers Choice Award, Air-Tro received another award earlier this year when they won San Gabriel Valleys Best Air Conditioning & Heating Award from the San Gabriel Valley News Group (Pasadena Star-News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune and Whittier Daily News) for the sixth year running.

For Helbing and his team at Air-Tro, winning a gold award like the Readers Choice award is a true honor. The voting is not tied to any advertising consideration, and readers are welcome to vote by mail and online for their favorite heating and air conditioning company.

The many satisfied customers who have worked with Air-Tro over the years were undoubtedly happy but not surprised that the company once again won the Readers Choice award. As a family-owned business for almost 50 years, Air-Tro has developed a well-deserved reputation for its top quality services.

We hope to be able continue serving the community for years and decades to come, Helbing said.

About Air-Tro:
Air-Tro, Inc. Air Conditioning & Heating has been taking care of the San Gabriel Valley since 1969. The all-in-one full-service company provides factory trained technicians, state of the art diagnostics and equipment as well as the leading brands and parts for custom installs, repairs and maintenance. The award-winning company is widely known for their quality, speed and unparalleled customer support. For more information, please visit airtro.com.

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Robert Helbing
http://www.airtro.com
(626) 357-3535
 

Service One Suggests Winter is the Ideal Time to Install New, Energy Efficient HVAC System

Service One Suggests Winter is the Ideal Time to Install New, Energy Efficient HVAC System

Service One Suggests Winter is the Ideal Time to Install New, Energy Efficient HVAC System

Service One, one of Orlandos leading heating & AC companies, strongly recommends replacing old HVAC systems with best brand on the market, Trane.

Online PR News – 06-November-2017 – Without a doubt, the single most important home appliance in Florida is the air conditioner. However, air conditioning systems can be expensive to run and maintain, so Service One, one of Orlandos leading heating and air conditioning companies, strongly recommends replacing old systems with best brand on the market, Trane.

In the past decade, there have been significant advances in home cooling systems, said Service One founder and president, Bill Gouty. Air conditioning systems today are a lot more efficient than in the past. If your system was installed prior to 2006, its possible that it could be highly inefficient and costing you money.

Gouty sites the following seven reasons why it might be time to replace your AC:

1.Your HVAC system is more than 10 years old.

2.Your equipment needs frequent repairs and your energy bills are going up.

3.Some rooms in your home are too hot or too cold.

4.No one is home for long periods of the day and you do not have a programmable thermostat.

5.Your home has humidity problems.

6.Your home has excessive dust.

7.Your heating or cooling system is noisy.

Since heating and air conditioning systems use more power than anything else in the home, its important to get top efficiency. Replacing a substandard air conditioner can increase energy efficiency by up to 60 percent.

If your current system is inefficient or out-of-date, I invite you to see what Service One can do for you. I believe that theres no reason to waste money repairing an old system, said Gouty. I strongly recommend Trane, a company known for its maximum efficiency, reliability and comfort.

Service One is proud to be designated as a Trane Comfort Specialist, which is bestowed by Trane on their most qualified specialists. Trane is a world leader in air conditioning systems, services and solutions. A Trane Comfort Specialist is an independent Trane dealer committed to industry best standards in installation, service, customer satisfaction and employee training.

This is an important distinction for us as not every dealer qualifies as a Trane Comfort Specialist, said Gouty. Only those dealers that meet Tranes stringent standards and who demonstrate a commitment to customer satisfaction, continuing education and commitment to training with Tranes latest technology, are considered Comfort Specialists.

When it comes to air conditioning, there are few companies in Central Florida that can match the service and reputation of Service One AC. When looking for heating or air conditioning service, Service One books customer appointments on the spot and will arrive for service within 24 hours. Plus if its an emergency, said Gouty, well come immediately to help you resolve your issue.

ABOUT SERVICE ONE: Founded in 2003 in Longwood, Florida, Service One is a locally owned and operated air conditioning, heating, and plumbing company. Service one repairs, services and maintains all makes and models of air conditioning, heating, and plumbing equipment and fixtures. The company serves residential and business customers in Orange, Seminole, Southwest Volusia, North Osceola and portions of Lake Counties. Service One offers flat-rate pricing, with no hidden costs and a 100-precent satisfaction guarantee. Service One Air Conditioning is NATE certified, EPA certified, background checked and backed by excellent customer referrals. Contact: 407.966.4441 or visit www.serviceoneac.com.

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Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

On average, the typical AC system lasts about 12 years. Scott Air wants Orlando homewoners to know that not every system malfunction requires a pricy fix.

Online PR News – 22-June-2016 – Every homeowner knows that air conditioning systems dont last forever (12 years on average) and the moment the AC fails is usually when you need it the most, especially in the middle of a Florida summer!

Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning, one of Central Floridas leading AC companies, wants you to know that not every system malfunction needs a pricy fix. Many problems are DIY or can be handled by the pros at Scott Air.

Heres a list of common air conditioning warning signs, their likely causes and fixes:

1.AC Wont Turn On Sometimes the most likely culprit is the easiest to fix — the thermostat isnt set correctly, or power isnt reaching the AC unit. Make sure that the thermostat is set to AC or cool, that the temperature setting is correct, and that the battery is fresh. Second, check the circuit breaker — it could simply be a tripped fuse.
2.AC is Not Cool Enough — If you arent comfortable, the problem usually can be traced to issues with airflow. The first thing to do is change the filter which you should be doing every 30-60 days as a part of regular maintenance anyway. Next, on the outside unit, make sure theres at least 24 inches of clearance on the sides and 5 feet on top of the unit. Also, check to make sure there are no obstructions to the homes air vents.
3.Utility Bills are Abnormally High — A spike in operating costs typically signals inefficient operation. After a dirty filter, the most likely culprit is a choked condensing coil. Located within the outdoor unit, the coil has countless cooling fins much like a car radiator that can accumulate dust and debris. You may need to call Scott Air for a tune-up.
4.Weird Noises During Operation Do you hear a rattle or ticking when the AC is turned on? It might be little more than a loose screw or could be caused by a broken blower motor (inside) or bent fan blade (outdoors). If youre lucky, a simple tightening here and lubricating there will fix the problem. If not, you might require a new fan motor or fan blade.
5.The Air Coming Out of the Vents Doesnt Feel as Cold as it Used to The Possible cause of this problem is the refrigerant lines arent insulated. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor system by two copper refrigerant lines, which should be covered with insulating sleeves. Make sure that they are. Also, the system may need its refrigerant re-charged.
6.The AC Unit will not turn on at all This is more than likely a burnt-out compressor. The only fix for this is a replacement of the equipment, which includes various small parts, new Freon, and labor.

We can usually repair an air conditioning system to help extend its life, however, there may come a time when you need to replace with a new system it in order to avoid spending more money on repairs from year to year, said Scott, president and founder. When that time arrives, our experts consider factors such as size, shape, and orientation of your home, to determine the perfect system for your home. Our no pressure, no obligation quote will include all the elements needed to complete the job so you know exactly what youre getting and exactly what it will cost with no surprises.

About Scotts Air Conditioning & Heating:Established in 2011, Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning services and repairs all brands and types of heating and cooling equipment. Scotts Air services all of Central Florida including Orange, Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Volusia, Osceola, and Brevard Counties. For fast, friendly service, call 407-513-4406 or visit www.scottsair.com

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Kimbra Hennessy
http://www.scottsair.com/
4072901060
 

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

On average, the typical AC system lasts about 12 years. Scott Air wants Orlando homewoners to know that not every system malfunction requires a pricy fix.

Online PR News – 22-June-2016 – Every homeowner knows that air conditioning systems dont last forever (12 years on average) and the moment the AC fails is usually when you need it the most, especially in the middle of a Florida summer!

Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning, one of Central Floridas leading AC companies, wants you to know that not every system malfunction needs a pricy fix. Many problems are DIY or can be handled by the pros at Scott Air.

Heres a list of common air conditioning warning signs, their likely causes and fixes:

1.AC Wont Turn On Sometimes the most likely culprit is the easiest to fix — the thermostat isnt set correctly, or power isnt reaching the AC unit. Make sure that the thermostat is set to AC or cool, that the temperature setting is correct, and that the battery is fresh. Second, check the circuit breaker — it could simply be a tripped fuse.
2.AC is Not Cool Enough — If you arent comfortable, the problem usually can be traced to issues with airflow. The first thing to do is change the filter which you should be doing every 30-60 days as a part of regular maintenance anyway. Next, on the outside unit, make sure theres at least 24 inches of clearance on the sides and 5 feet on top of the unit. Also, check to make sure there are no obstructions to the homes air vents.
3.Utility Bills are Abnormally High — A spike in operating costs typically signals inefficient operation. After a dirty filter, the most likely culprit is a choked condensing coil. Located within the outdoor unit, the coil has countless cooling fins much like a car radiator that can accumulate dust and debris. You may need to call Scott Air for a tune-up.
4.Weird Noises During Operation Do you hear a rattle or ticking when the AC is turned on? It might be little more than a loose screw or could be caused by a broken blower motor (inside) or bent fan blade (outdoors). If youre lucky, a simple tightening here and lubricating there will fix the problem. If not, you might require a new fan motor or fan blade.
5.The Air Coming Out of the Vents Doesnt Feel as Cold as it Used to The Possible cause of this problem is the refrigerant lines arent insulated. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor system by two copper refrigerant lines, which should be covered with insulating sleeves. Make sure that they are. Also, the system may need its refrigerant re-charged.
6.The AC Unit will not turn on at all This is more than likely a burnt-out compressor. The only fix for this is a replacement of the equipment, which includes various small parts, new Freon, and labor.

We can usually repair an air conditioning system to help extend its life, however, there may come a time when you need to replace with a new system it in order to avoid spending more money on repairs from year to year, said Scott, president and founder. When that time arrives, our experts consider factors such as size, shape, and orientation of your home, to determine the perfect system for your home. Our no pressure, no obligation quote will include all the elements needed to complete the job so you know exactly what youre getting and exactly what it will cost with no surprises.

About Scotts Air Conditioning & Heating:Established in 2011, Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning services and repairs all brands and types of heating and cooling equipment. Scotts Air services all of Central Florida including Orange, Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Volusia, Osceola, and Brevard Counties. For fast, friendly service, call 407-513-4406 or visit www.scottsair.com

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Kimbra Hennessy
http://www.scottsair.com/
4072901060
 

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

On average, the typical AC system lasts about 12 years. Scott Air wants Orlando homewoners to know that not every system malfunction requires a pricy fix.

Online PR News – 22-June-2016 – Every homeowner knows that air conditioning systems dont last forever (12 years on average) and the moment the AC fails is usually when you need it the most, especially in the middle of a Florida summer!

Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning, one of Central Floridas leading AC companies, wants you to know that not every system malfunction needs a pricy fix. Many problems are DIY or can be handled by the pros at Scott Air.

Heres a list of common air conditioning warning signs, their likely causes and fixes:

1.AC Wont Turn On Sometimes the most likely culprit is the easiest to fix — the thermostat isnt set correctly, or power isnt reaching the AC unit. Make sure that the thermostat is set to AC or cool, that the temperature setting is correct, and that the battery is fresh. Second, check the circuit breaker — it could simply be a tripped fuse.
2.AC is Not Cool Enough — If you arent comfortable, the problem usually can be traced to issues with airflow. The first thing to do is change the filter which you should be doing every 30-60 days as a part of regular maintenance anyway. Next, on the outside unit, make sure theres at least 24 inches of clearance on the sides and 5 feet on top of the unit. Also, check to make sure there are no obstructions to the homes air vents.
3.Utility Bills are Abnormally High — A spike in operating costs typically signals inefficient operation. After a dirty filter, the most likely culprit is a choked condensing coil. Located within the outdoor unit, the coil has countless cooling fins much like a car radiator that can accumulate dust and debris. You may need to call Scott Air for a tune-up.
4.Weird Noises During Operation Do you hear a rattle or ticking when the AC is turned on? It might be little more than a loose screw or could be caused by a broken blower motor (inside) or bent fan blade (outdoors). If youre lucky, a simple tightening here and lubricating there will fix the problem. If not, you might require a new fan motor or fan blade.
5.The Air Coming Out of the Vents Doesnt Feel as Cold as it Used to The Possible cause of this problem is the refrigerant lines arent insulated. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor system by two copper refrigerant lines, which should be covered with insulating sleeves. Make sure that they are. Also, the system may need its refrigerant re-charged.
6.The AC Unit will not turn on at all This is more than likely a burnt-out compressor. The only fix for this is a replacement of the equipment, which includes various small parts, new Freon, and labor.

We can usually repair an air conditioning system to help extend its life, however, there may come a time when you need to replace with a new system it in order to avoid spending more money on repairs from year to year, said Scott, president and founder. When that time arrives, our experts consider factors such as size, shape, and orientation of your home, to determine the perfect system for your home. Our no pressure, no obligation quote will include all the elements needed to complete the job so you know exactly what youre getting and exactly what it will cost with no surprises.

About Scotts Air Conditioning & Heating:Established in 2011, Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning services and repairs all brands and types of heating and cooling equipment. Scotts Air services all of Central Florida including Orange, Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Volusia, Osceola, and Brevard Counties. For fast, friendly service, call 407-513-4406 or visit www.scottsair.com

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Kimbra Hennessy
http://www.scottsair.com/
4072901060
 

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

On average, the typical AC system lasts about 12 years. Scott Air wants Orlando homewoners to know that not every system malfunction requires a pricy fix.

Online PR News – 22-June-2016 – Every homeowner knows that air conditioning systems dont last forever (12 years on average) and the moment the AC fails is usually when you need it the most, especially in the middle of a Florida summer!

Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning, one of Central Floridas leading AC companies, wants you to know that not every system malfunction needs a pricy fix. Many problems are DIY or can be handled by the pros at Scott Air.

Heres a list of common air conditioning warning signs, their likely causes and fixes:

1.AC Wont Turn On Sometimes the most likely culprit is the easiest to fix — the thermostat isnt set correctly, or power isnt reaching the AC unit. Make sure that the thermostat is set to AC or cool, that the temperature setting is correct, and that the battery is fresh. Second, check the circuit breaker — it could simply be a tripped fuse.
2.AC is Not Cool Enough — If you arent comfortable, the problem usually can be traced to issues with airflow. The first thing to do is change the filter which you should be doing every 30-60 days as a part of regular maintenance anyway. Next, on the outside unit, make sure theres at least 24 inches of clearance on the sides and 5 feet on top of the unit. Also, check to make sure there are no obstructions to the homes air vents.
3.Utility Bills are Abnormally High — A spike in operating costs typically signals inefficient operation. After a dirty filter, the most likely culprit is a choked condensing coil. Located within the outdoor unit, the coil has countless cooling fins much like a car radiator that can accumulate dust and debris. You may need to call Scott Air for a tune-up.
4.Weird Noises During Operation Do you hear a rattle or ticking when the AC is turned on? It might be little more than a loose screw or could be caused by a broken blower motor (inside) or bent fan blade (outdoors). If youre lucky, a simple tightening here and lubricating there will fix the problem. If not, you might require a new fan motor or fan blade.
5.The Air Coming Out of the Vents Doesnt Feel as Cold as it Used to The Possible cause of this problem is the refrigerant lines arent insulated. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor system by two copper refrigerant lines, which should be covered with insulating sleeves. Make sure that they are. Also, the system may need its refrigerant re-charged.
6.The AC Unit will not turn on at all This is more than likely a burnt-out compressor. The only fix for this is a replacement of the equipment, which includes various small parts, new Freon, and labor.

We can usually repair an air conditioning system to help extend its life, however, there may come a time when you need to replace with a new system it in order to avoid spending more money on repairs from year to year, said Scott, president and founder. When that time arrives, our experts consider factors such as size, shape, and orientation of your home, to determine the perfect system for your home. Our no pressure, no obligation quote will include all the elements needed to complete the job so you know exactly what youre getting and exactly what it will cost with no surprises.

About Scotts Air Conditioning & Heating:Established in 2011, Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning services and repairs all brands and types of heating and cooling equipment. Scotts Air services all of Central Florida including Orange, Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Volusia, Osceola, and Brevard Counties. For fast, friendly service, call 407-513-4406 or visit www.scottsair.com

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Kimbra Hennessy
http://www.scottsair.com/
4072901060
 

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

On average, the typical AC system lasts about 12 years. Scott Air wants Orlando homewoners to know that not every system malfunction requires a pricy fix.

Online PR News – 22-June-2016 – Every homeowner knows that air conditioning systems dont last forever (12 years on average) and the moment the AC fails is usually when you need it the most, especially in the middle of a Florida summer!

Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning, one of Central Floridas leading AC companies, wants you to know that not every system malfunction needs a pricy fix. Many problems are DIY or can be handled by the pros at Scott Air.

Heres a list of common air conditioning warning signs, their likely causes and fixes:

1.AC Wont Turn On Sometimes the most likely culprit is the easiest to fix — the thermostat isnt set correctly, or power isnt reaching the AC unit. Make sure that the thermostat is set to AC or cool, that the temperature setting is correct, and that the battery is fresh. Second, check the circuit breaker — it could simply be a tripped fuse.
2.AC is Not Cool Enough — If you arent comfortable, the problem usually can be traced to issues with airflow. The first thing to do is change the filter which you should be doing every 30-60 days as a part of regular maintenance anyway. Next, on the outside unit, make sure theres at least 24 inches of clearance on the sides and 5 feet on top of the unit. Also, check to make sure there are no obstructions to the homes air vents.
3.Utility Bills are Abnormally High — A spike in operating costs typically signals inefficient operation. After a dirty filter, the most likely culprit is a choked condensing coil. Located within the outdoor unit, the coil has countless cooling fins much like a car radiator that can accumulate dust and debris. You may need to call Scott Air for a tune-up.
4.Weird Noises During Operation Do you hear a rattle or ticking when the AC is turned on? It might be little more than a loose screw or could be caused by a broken blower motor (inside) or bent fan blade (outdoors). If youre lucky, a simple tightening here and lubricating there will fix the problem. If not, you might require a new fan motor or fan blade.
5.The Air Coming Out of the Vents Doesnt Feel as Cold as it Used to The Possible cause of this problem is the refrigerant lines arent insulated. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor system by two copper refrigerant lines, which should be covered with insulating sleeves. Make sure that they are. Also, the system may need its refrigerant re-charged.
6.The AC Unit will not turn on at all This is more than likely a burnt-out compressor. The only fix for this is a replacement of the equipment, which includes various small parts, new Freon, and labor.

We can usually repair an air conditioning system to help extend its life, however, there may come a time when you need to replace with a new system it in order to avoid spending more money on repairs from year to year, said Scott, president and founder. When that time arrives, our experts consider factors such as size, shape, and orientation of your home, to determine the perfect system for your home. Our no pressure, no obligation quote will include all the elements needed to complete the job so you know exactly what youre getting and exactly what it will cost with no surprises.

About Scotts Air Conditioning & Heating:Established in 2011, Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning services and repairs all brands and types of heating and cooling equipment. Scotts Air services all of Central Florida including Orange, Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Volusia, Osceola, and Brevard Counties. For fast, friendly service, call 407-513-4406 or visit www.scottsair.com

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Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

On average, the typical AC system lasts about 12 years. Scott Air wants Orlando homewoners to know that not every system malfunction requires a pricy fix.

Online PR News – 22-June-2016 – Every homeowner knows that air conditioning systems dont last forever (12 years on average) and the moment the AC fails is usually when you need it the most, especially in the middle of a Florida summer!

Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning, one of Central Floridas leading AC companies, wants you to know that not every system malfunction needs a pricy fix. Many problems are DIY or can be handled by the pros at Scott Air.

Heres a list of common air conditioning warning signs, their likely causes and fixes:

1.AC Wont Turn On Sometimes the most likely culprit is the easiest to fix — the thermostat isnt set correctly, or power isnt reaching the AC unit. Make sure that the thermostat is set to AC or cool, that the temperature setting is correct, and that the battery is fresh. Second, check the circuit breaker — it could simply be a tripped fuse.
2.AC is Not Cool Enough — If you arent comfortable, the problem usually can be traced to issues with airflow. The first thing to do is change the filter which you should be doing every 30-60 days as a part of regular maintenance anyway. Next, on the outside unit, make sure theres at least 24 inches of clearance on the sides and 5 feet on top of the unit. Also, check to make sure there are no obstructions to the homes air vents.
3.Utility Bills are Abnormally High — A spike in operating costs typically signals inefficient operation. After a dirty filter, the most likely culprit is a choked condensing coil. Located within the outdoor unit, the coil has countless cooling fins much like a car radiator that can accumulate dust and debris. You may need to call Scott Air for a tune-up.
4.Weird Noises During Operation Do you hear a rattle or ticking when the AC is turned on? It might be little more than a loose screw or could be caused by a broken blower motor (inside) or bent fan blade (outdoors). If youre lucky, a simple tightening here and lubricating there will fix the problem. If not, you might require a new fan motor or fan blade.
5.The Air Coming Out of the Vents Doesnt Feel as Cold as it Used to The Possible cause of this problem is the refrigerant lines arent insulated. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor system by two copper refrigerant lines, which should be covered with insulating sleeves. Make sure that they are. Also, the system may need its refrigerant re-charged.
6.The AC Unit will not turn on at all This is more than likely a burnt-out compressor. The only fix for this is a replacement of the equipment, which includes various small parts, new Freon, and labor.

We can usually repair an air conditioning system to help extend its life, however, there may come a time when you need to replace with a new system it in order to avoid spending more money on repairs from year to year, said Scott, president and founder. When that time arrives, our experts consider factors such as size, shape, and orientation of your home, to determine the perfect system for your home. Our no pressure, no obligation quote will include all the elements needed to complete the job so you know exactly what youre getting and exactly what it will cost with no surprises.

About Scotts Air Conditioning & Heating:Established in 2011, Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning services and repairs all brands and types of heating and cooling equipment. Scotts Air services all of Central Florida including Orange, Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Volusia, Osceola, and Brevard Counties. For fast, friendly service, call 407-513-4406 or visit www.scottsair.com

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Kimbra Hennessy
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4072901060
 

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

On average, the typical AC system lasts about 12 years. Scott Air wants Orlando homewoners to know that not every system malfunction requires a pricy fix.

Online PR News – 22-June-2016 – Every homeowner knows that air conditioning systems dont last forever (12 years on average) and the moment the AC fails is usually when you need it the most, especially in the middle of a Florida summer!

Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning, one of Central Floridas leading AC companies, wants you to know that not every system malfunction needs a pricy fix. Many problems are DIY or can be handled by the pros at Scott Air.

Heres a list of common air conditioning warning signs, their likely causes and fixes:

1.AC Wont Turn On Sometimes the most likely culprit is the easiest to fix — the thermostat isnt set correctly, or power isnt reaching the AC unit. Make sure that the thermostat is set to AC or cool, that the temperature setting is correct, and that the battery is fresh. Second, check the circuit breaker — it could simply be a tripped fuse.
2.AC is Not Cool Enough — If you arent comfortable, the problem usually can be traced to issues with airflow. The first thing to do is change the filter which you should be doing every 30-60 days as a part of regular maintenance anyway. Next, on the outside unit, make sure theres at least 24 inches of clearance on the sides and 5 feet on top of the unit. Also, check to make sure there are no obstructions to the homes air vents.
3.Utility Bills are Abnormally High — A spike in operating costs typically signals inefficient operation. After a dirty filter, the most likely culprit is a choked condensing coil. Located within the outdoor unit, the coil has countless cooling fins much like a car radiator that can accumulate dust and debris. You may need to call Scott Air for a tune-up.
4.Weird Noises During Operation Do you hear a rattle or ticking when the AC is turned on? It might be little more than a loose screw or could be caused by a broken blower motor (inside) or bent fan blade (outdoors). If youre lucky, a simple tightening here and lubricating there will fix the problem. If not, you might require a new fan motor or fan blade.
5.The Air Coming Out of the Vents Doesnt Feel as Cold as it Used to The Possible cause of this problem is the refrigerant lines arent insulated. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor system by two copper refrigerant lines, which should be covered with insulating sleeves. Make sure that they are. Also, the system may need its refrigerant re-charged.
6.The AC Unit will not turn on at all This is more than likely a burnt-out compressor. The only fix for this is a replacement of the equipment, which includes various small parts, new Freon, and labor.

We can usually repair an air conditioning system to help extend its life, however, there may come a time when you need to replace with a new system it in order to avoid spending more money on repairs from year to year, said Scott, president and founder. When that time arrives, our experts consider factors such as size, shape, and orientation of your home, to determine the perfect system for your home. Our no pressure, no obligation quote will include all the elements needed to complete the job so you know exactly what youre getting and exactly what it will cost with no surprises.

About Scotts Air Conditioning & Heating:Established in 2011, Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning services and repairs all brands and types of heating and cooling equipment. Scotts Air services all of Central Florida including Orange, Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Volusia, Osceola, and Brevard Counties. For fast, friendly service, call 407-513-4406 or visit www.scottsair.com

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Company Contact Information
Kimbra Hennessy
http://www.scottsair.com/
4072901060
 

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

Scott’s Heating & Air Conditioning Offers Solutions to Common AC Problems

On average, the typical AC system lasts about 12 years. Scott Air wants Orlando homewoners to know that not every system malfunction requires a pricy fix.

Online PR News – 22-June-2016 – Every homeowner knows that air conditioning systems dont last forever (12 years on average) and the moment the AC fails is usually when you need it the most, especially in the middle of a Florida summer!

Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning, one of Central Floridas leading AC companies, wants you to know that not every system malfunction needs a pricy fix. Many problems are DIY or can be handled by the pros at Scott Air.

Heres a list of common air conditioning warning signs, their likely causes and fixes:

1.AC Wont Turn On Sometimes the most likely culprit is the easiest to fix — the thermostat isnt set correctly, or power isnt reaching the AC unit. Make sure that the thermostat is set to AC or cool, that the temperature setting is correct, and that the battery is fresh. Second, check the circuit breaker — it could simply be a tripped fuse.
2.AC is Not Cool Enough — If you arent comfortable, the problem usually can be traced to issues with airflow. The first thing to do is change the filter which you should be doing every 30-60 days as a part of regular maintenance anyway. Next, on the outside unit, make sure theres at least 24 inches of clearance on the sides and 5 feet on top of the unit. Also, check to make sure there are no obstructions to the homes air vents.
3.Utility Bills are Abnormally High — A spike in operating costs typically signals inefficient operation. After a dirty filter, the most likely culprit is a choked condensing coil. Located within the outdoor unit, the coil has countless cooling fins much like a car radiator that can accumulate dust and debris. You may need to call Scott Air for a tune-up.
4.Weird Noises During Operation Do you hear a rattle or ticking when the AC is turned on? It might be little more than a loose screw or could be caused by a broken blower motor (inside) or bent fan blade (outdoors). If youre lucky, a simple tightening here and lubricating there will fix the problem. If not, you might require a new fan motor or fan blade.
5.The Air Coming Out of the Vents Doesnt Feel as Cold as it Used to The Possible cause of this problem is the refrigerant lines arent insulated. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor system by two copper refrigerant lines, which should be covered with insulating sleeves. Make sure that they are. Also, the system may need its refrigerant re-charged.
6.The AC Unit will not turn on at all This is more than likely a burnt-out compressor. The only fix for this is a replacement of the equipment, which includes various small parts, new Freon, and labor.

We can usually repair an air conditioning system to help extend its life, however, there may come a time when you need to replace with a new system it in order to avoid spending more money on repairs from year to year, said Scott, president and founder. When that time arrives, our experts consider factors such as size, shape, and orientation of your home, to determine the perfect system for your home. Our no pressure, no obligation quote will include all the elements needed to complete the job so you know exactly what youre getting and exactly what it will cost with no surprises.

About Scotts Air Conditioning & Heating:Established in 2011, Scotts Heating & Air Conditioning services and repairs all brands and types of heating and cooling equipment. Scotts Air services all of Central Florida including Orange, Seminole, Lake, Sumter, Marion, Volusia, Osceola, and Brevard Counties. For fast, friendly service, call 407-513-4406 or visit www.scottsair.com

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Kimbra Hennessy
http://www.scottsair.com/
4072901060