AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Hilton Head Island’

Maintaining Your Marine Air Conditioning System

Monday, May 15th, 2017

ocean-skyBoating is part of the culture in Hilton Head Island, Tybee Island, Skidaway Island, and throughout the area. Unfortunately, the heat and humidity can sometimes get in the way of this culture. A sudden heat wave can keep you at shore, but you deserve to be comfortable using your investment no matter the time of year.

Having a quality marine air conditioning system is the best way to combat the heat and humidity. But this means little year after year if you don’t keep it maintained. Routine maintenance of your air conditioner can make it easier to enjoy a trip out on the water or a day with friends at the docks because you won’t have to worry so much about it breaking down when you need it.

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Sign Up for a Maintenance Program and Save Big

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Have you scheduled maintenance for your air conditioning and heating systems this year? If not, take the time today to sign up for a local maintenance program, and start saving big time on heating and air conditioning repairs and your monthly bills.

Heating and air conditioning maintenance contracts vary from company to company. But they all have the same basic goal: to make sure you get the service you need each year to keep your HVAC equipment running as smoothly as possible.

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4 Things You Can Add to an Air Conditioner for Better Efficiency

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016

In our part of the country, we use our air conditioners a lot. Heat and humidity take their toll, and we’re thankful to have central air conditioning available—although we’re not so thankful for the cost to run it.

Central air and heat is often responsible for high energy bills, taking up nearly half of homeowners’ bills in some areas of the country. Check out how you can make your air conditioner run more efficiently by calling a local HVAC contractor for these upgrades.

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Ultraviolet Light Can Make Your Air Cleaner

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

Ultraviolet light is found in sunlight, but UV lamps are used for more than just tanning. Ultraviolet light has the power to disinfect, making it useful for sterilizing surgical equipment or helping to purify water without harmful chemicals. And today, you can have the power of UV light in your home, helping to clean up the air you breathe in each and every day.

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We Install and Service Commercial HVAC Systems Too

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Many of our customers recommend us to their friends and family members, so that we can make their homes more comfortable for a fair price too! But did you know that we also install and service commercial HVAC units also? If you own or manage a commercial space, make sure you have a qualified team on your side when you need service for your commercial comfort system.

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3 Things to Keep in Mind After an AC Installation

Monday, May 30th, 2016

Your new air conditioning installation should operate more efficiently and perform better than your older system. You’re looking forward to dealing with fewer repairs and lower bills, but there are still a few things you should keep in mind to make sure you get the most out of your new installation.

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How an HVAC Technician Can Help to Get Your Allergy Symptoms Under Control

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Have you ever noticed that, when you turn on your air conditioning and heating systems, your allergy symptoms tend to get worse? Many people have, and even if this isn’t a regular occurrence for you, you should know that an HVAC system might be responsible for worsening recurrent allergies.

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Should Water Ever Leak from an AC System?

Monday, April 18th, 2016

There are a few reasons you might be worried when you notice that water is leaking from your AC system. Many homeowners become alarmed, wondering if water should be in the air conditioning system in the first place and whether it will damage the unit. Many worry about water damage and mold growth, and rightfully so.

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Schedule Maintenance for Your Yacht AC Systems Today

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

You’ve invested a lot of time and money into your yacht, and you know that owning one involves quite a bit of maintenance. But you’re willing to put in the time so that you have a boat you truly enjoy cruising on and using for entertaining guests. Thankfully, you can hire someone else to take care of some of the maintenance steps for your yacht, like routine AC maintenance, so that you have even more leisure time. Spring is the perfect time to schedule a maintenance visit, so call up local technicians today!

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Air Conditioning Guide: Air Conditioning Sounds That Could Mean You Need Maintenance

Monday, April 15th, 2013

If your air conditioner has begun to make strange sounds, especially banging, popping, and rumbling, then that may be a sign you need to schedule maintenance or repair service. Call AAction Air for AC maintenance in Savannah, GA today. An AC technician will perform a full inspection and cleaning of the various parts of your air conditioner, and will also advise on component replacement options, if necessary. For air conditioning service in Savannah, GA, call AAction Air.

As the cooling season rapidly approaches, make sure your air conditioner is working correctly. In order to get the best cooling performance from your AC system, whether it’s central forced air, ductless mini split, geothermal, or solar, taking heed of the warning signs is an essential part of maintaining your system. If you notice any of the following sounds, call AAction Air in Savannah, GA to schedule an inspection.

  • Increased AC volume. If your outdoor AC unit has become significantly louder over the years, this may be part of its general wear and tear. Excessive noise, though might indicate a problem with the condenser, which can grow to be very loud, even when fenced in. If you know that your unit is new, then it is possibly the compressor, which pressurizes the refrigerant. In either case, call a professional air conditioning technician to get it looked at.
  • Whistling. That irritating high-pitched whistling emitting from your ductwork often indicates air escaping from somewhere within the cooling system. Have your ducts checked by an air conditioning specialist. Problems with your ductwork can reduce the efficiency with which your air conditioner operates.
  • Humming. If there is a persistent humming sound emitting from your unit, combined with starting problems, then this could indicate a bad capacitor. This mechanical issue needs to be taken care of promptly, before it can take a significant toll on your entire cooling system.

If you hear strange and unusual sounds such as these, or any others, you may need to schedule repair for your Savannah, GA air conditioning system. For more information, or to schedule service, call AAction today.

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