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5 Problems You May Encounter if Your Air Conditioner is More Than 10 Years Old

Nothing lasts forever, and that’s especially true for air conditioners. In a harsh desert climate like Arizona, the lifespan of the average A/C unit is 9-12 years. Once your system reaches double digits, you may start to notice more problems, and begin to wonder if it’s time to replace it…

Everything You Need to Know About BTU Ratings

If you’re researching air conditioners, you’ll likely encounter the acronym BTU. These three letters play an important role in finding the right air conditioner for your home. BTU stands for British Thermal Unit and is a measurement of heat energy. One BTU is the equivalent of the amount of heat needed to…

What Type of Filters Are Right For Your Home?

Filters serve two important purposes in your home: One, they help keep your air conditioner clean, allowing it to run free of dust, dirt, and other debris that can negatively impact operating efficiency. And two, they help keep those same particles from polluting the air throughout the house. Despite their…

Is it Time for a New Thermostat?

Your thermostat acts as the command center that sends important signals to your A/C and heating system. Like any piece of technology, eventually your thermostat starts to show its age. When that day comes, you may wonder if it’s time for an upgrade, or if a repair would suffice instead.…

How to Unclog Your Air Conditioner’s Drain Line

One of the most important parts of an air conditioner is the drain line. It serves the purpose of pulling any humidity out of the air in your home. Any moisture will drip into the condensate pan, where it will eventually move through the drain line and exit the system.…

3 A/C Tips for Older and Historic Homes

Many people are drawn to older homes because of their historic charm, unique architecture, and quaint touches that you don’t find in modern floorplans. However, along with that charm comes difficulties and frustrations with home cooling. Many homes that are 40, 50, 60 or 70+ years old weren’t build with…

How to Identity Hidden Leaks That Can Run Up Your Water Bill

Leaks are without a doubt a major annoyance for homeowners. If you don’t catch them early, they can cause great damage and cost you a ton of money. However, there are many pipes and plumbing structures within a home that aren’t seen every day. Potential hidden leaks could be silently…

5 Plumbing Odors to Look Out For

Have you ever turned your bathroom sink on only to realize a strange odor is emanating from the faucet? What about when the toilet flushes, or when water (and waste) are moving through your pipes? Even when you keep your home clean, plumbing can still release strange odors. If your…

Money-Saving Plumbing Upgrades

According to the Arizona Department of Water Resources, the average Arizona resident uses about 120 gallons of water per day. That’s higher than the national average of 80-100 gallons per day. On a monthly basis, Arizona households use around 6,000-15,000 gallons of water. While that might seem high, the good…

3 Ways to Reduce The Amount of Water Your Toilet Uses

According to the EPA, your toilet accounts for nearly 30% of the average home’s indoor water usage. Today, most toilets use an average of 1.6 gallons per flush. However, older and inefficient toilets can use as many as six gallons. Plus, problems like leaks can cause your toilet to use…
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