Call us today! (888) 664-8094 Find a contractor today!

Advice

Blocking the Sun – The First Air Conditioning

Blinds in window | AC Southeast

The Venetian Blind Was Patented on August 21, 1841 177 years ago today, John Hampton of New Orleans patented a device to change the angle of the slats on “Venetian” blinds. Although he didn’t invent air […]

Read On

Brain Fog? It May Be Your Air Conditioning

Brain fog, Maybe your AC is to blame | AC Southeast

When Temperatures Distract, People Make More Errors Homes and businesses both experience productivity issues when the air conditioning is too cold. When employees aren’t comfortable, they struggle to work efficiently, and costly mistakes increase. In a […]

Read On

Baby-Proof Your Air Conditioning

Baby smiling and laying on a bed | Air conditioning | AC Southeast

Bring Your Little One Home to Optimal Air Quality A new baby is a reason to celebrate and worry at the same time. Safety is the main concern before any baby is brought home. Baby-proofing your […]

Read On

Save Air Conditioning Costs When You Install a Ductless Unit

Technician installing ductless air conditioning | AC Southeast

Empty Nesters, Listen Up! Just because your kids aren’t home anymore doesn’t mean you should close vents and shut doors in unoccupied rooms. It is a myth closing off areas of a home saves air conditioning […]

Read On

Kids Back in School? Adjust Your Air Conditioning Temperatures

Kids running back in school | air conditioning temperatures | AC Southeast

Make Your Programmable Thermostat Work for You It’s back to school time again. Kids are returning to school and your home is less occupied throughout the day. When everyone is home, you depend on your air […]

Read On

It’s Hurricane Season – Is Your AC Compressor Safe?

Boy looking out of a window during rain storm | AC Compressor | AC Southeast

Hurricane season spans from June until November for states in the southeast. Not only are hurricanes dangerous to you, your family and your home, your AC compressor is at risk of damage, too. It’s important to […]

Read On