AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Douglas’

The Three Major Contaminants an Air Purifier Eliminates

Monday, December 13th, 2021

It should be no secret at this point that air purifiers target and eliminate contaminants. Where things get lost in the weeds is when homeowners are trying to figure out which kind of particles and contaminants a UV air purifier is seeking to target.

We’re going to use some helpful science and really get into how exactly an air purifier in Douglas, GA is going to help your indoor air. We’ll talk about the specific types of contaminants it can eliminate and how this process occurs. After this blog post, you’ll be an expert in contamination and air purification!

For more information, or to schedule an appointment to have your air quality tested and a UV air purifier system installed, contact our team. We can help you find a suitable air quality system that will either filter, purify, or improve the comfort of your indoor air. It’s just that simple!

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Is Your AC Prepared for Winter?

Monday, October 28th, 2019

Here in Douglas, winter doesn’t come until much later than our northern neighbors. Though, when it does come, it comes quickly and with some powerfully cold weather. November and December can easily dip below freezing, so you’ll need to make sure that your heater is up to snuff and ready to combat the cold temperatures. However, we’re not here to talk about that in this blog post.

Instead, we’re going to talk about how you can quickly and effectively store your outdoor air conditioning unit so it is safe and secure until next spring. Otherwise, depending on how brutal the precipitation is or how chilly the temperatures get, you could be dealing with expensive AC repair in Douglas, GA when next summer rolls along.

So, what can you do to minimize the risks of any AC problems while preparing for the winter?

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Heat Pump Repairs You May Need This Winter

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

cold-man-thermostat-handsA versatile heating and cooling system in one, the heat pump is what we recommend to so many of our customers looking for heating and air conditioning. It’s highly efficient and can keep you warm throughout the winter, but that doesn’t make it immune to problems.

Heat pumps can suffer from a number of problems in the summer, when it works as an air conditioner, or in the winter, when it works as a heater. Today, we want to focus on problems that tend to occur in the winter—some of which may surprise you!

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Whole-House Air Filtration Keeps Spring Allergies in Check

Monday, May 1st, 2017

air-filter-changingAir filtration is a more important part of your air conditioner than you may think. Without an air filter in place, particulate in the air can pummel the AC unit and get caught in the blower. When the filter gets too dirty, it can block air from moving into the AC system. That’s why it’s important to change your air filter every month or so.

But a filter alone won’t necessarily protect your household from the pollutants that irritate the sinuses and make allergies act up. Learn more about why it may be necessary to add a new air filtration system to your home, and why a whole-house system is best, in today’s guide. And call our team for air filtration systems in Douglas, GA.

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Maintaining Your AC System Early Makes Things Easy

Monday, February 6th, 2017

AC-repair-toolsHave you ever had to call a technician in for AC service in the middle of summer? If so, you know it’s not something you want to deal with any time in the near future. You have to pause what you are doing to make an appointment with a technician or call in for emergency service. You may have to skip out on plans while you wait, and your home is too hot for comfort in the meantime.

Instead, schedule air conditioning maintenance services with a qualified technician early on in the season. That way, you can clear up any potential issues early on, and you may benefit in other ways as well.

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Saving Money around the Home during the Holidays

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Saving money around the holidays can be difficult when you’re traveling, and when the spirit of the season is uniquely focused on giving to loved ones and those in need. Save money around the house without skimping on the presents with a few of our favorite holiday tips for the home.

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Two Types of Air Purifiers for Cold and Flu Season

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

Cold and flu season can be a tough time of year. You’ve got the urge to run and hide as soon as someone near you lets out a cough, but of course, this isn’t the practical way to avoid viruses.

We’ve got two different types of air purifiers to recommend to you to help you keep the common cold out of your home. Whole-house air purifiers like these are typically the best bet for better health and wellness—particularly since you spend about 90% of your time indoors!

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Your Monthly Reminder: Time for a Filter Change

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

You have central heating and cooling, which is convenient in part because there’s not much to worry about. With window units, there’s a frequent problem with leaks, and you don’t get a central thermostat to control them. With portable heaters, you’re facing high energy costs and potential fires.

Central heating and cooling systems combine comfort, convenience, and energy efficiency. But they still need attention and maintenance like any other large system. That includes professional maintenance along with the things you do at home—like changing the filter. And this task is more important than you might think.

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Why Do the Lights Dim When the AC Starts?

Monday, September 19th, 2016

A properly functioning air conditioner does not run nonstop. It starts up when temperatures get too high. Then, if it’s working properly and you have not set the thermostat unreasonable low, it turns off once it reaches an ideal range.

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Does Your AC Warranty Have You Covered?

Monday, August 29th, 2016

When your air conditioner is not working properly, you hope for an inexpensive solution. Then you remember—your air conditioner came with a warranty! You might hope that the warranty covers the problem, but not every issue will make the cut.

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