Cowboys Air Conditioning & Heating Blog: Archive for March, 2016

3 Signs that Your Air Conditioner Needs Immediate Repairs

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Texas residents are well aware of the need for a properly functioning air conditioner. With temperatures already heating up, you are likely already using your air conditioner this season. While keeping up on your air conditioner maintenance appointments will help you extend the life of your system and potentially prevent big issues, you may still run into a problem every now and then. You’ll want to handle these repairs right away, as you won’t want to be faced with a malfunctioning air conditioner in the middle of summer. Below we’ve listed 3 signs that your AC needs immediate repairs.

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The Benefits of a Whole-House Dehumidifier

Monday, March 21st, 2016

It’s no secret that when you live in Texas, you have to live with humidity. However, just because it’s uncomfortable outside during the humid months does not mean it has to be uncomfortable inside. A whole-house dehumidifier is a great way to improve your indoor air quality, and therefore your health. How, though, does a whole-house dehumidifier really benefit you? Keep reading to learn more.

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The Benefits of AC Maintenance before Summer Starts

Monday, March 14th, 2016

Summer may still be a few months off, but warmer weather is already here. Have you scheduled an air conditioning maintenance appointment in the last year? If not, you should definitely schedule one now. There are numerous benefits to scheduling AC maintenance before summer starts. First off, it’s essential to avoiding major problems with your system in the future. The last thing you want to do is turn on your AC for the first time this summer to discover it’s not working properly. Keep reading for more on the advantages of early preventive maintenance.

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What Is Short Cycling and How Does It Affect Your AC?

Monday, March 7th, 2016

Have you noticed your air conditioning unit shutting on and off rapidly? If it does this more than 6 times an hour, you may have a problem. This issue is called short-cycling, when your AC never completes a full cooling cycle, and is damages your air conditioner. With warmer weather well on its way, it’s imperative that you fix any AC problems you have as soon as possible.

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