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Apr

Refrigerant Freon Levels – Is It Full?

Refrigerant Freon Levels and pressure, is what helps your air conditioner do its job. It’s expensive, so certain contractors will try to find ways to say you need more than necessary. Don’t get scammed on Freon! I invite you to come and participate/watch while your air conditioner is being charged! We weigh all refrigerant that […]

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Apr

Air Conditioning Maintenance And Service

Air Conditioning Tune-ups and Service is a good idea! Like any mechanical system, having your system routinely serviced can save money. Did you know that a 10% loss of freon can cause up to a 30% reduction in cooling capacity? Wow! That equals 30% more electricity and who wants to pay for that! Spring and […]

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Apr

Why Is My AC Blowing Warm Air?

Often times I find that when there is no cooling inside-blowing warm air, the problem lies with the outdoor air conditioning unit (Unless you have a package unit on the roof-then it’s all outside). With the thermostat set to cool and the temperature set well below the temperature within your home, head out to the […]

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Apr

Do I Need A New Furnace?

During winter season, there’s not a convenient time for your furnace to give up, especially considering the cold—and the real hazards – of a home without heat. Worse yet, according to Rich Severns, a master technician and owner of Prescott Furnace Repair Service, “Tired heating equipment has a tendency to die on one of the […]

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Apr

How To Increase The Lifespan Of Your A/C Unit

It can get hot in Prescott during the summer months. That’s why it is important to maintain your AC unit on a regular basis, not only to keep cool, but to avoid costs of repair and also to cut down on your monthly energy bill.  Prescott Air Conditioning & Heating explains that there are several […]

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Apr

Prescott Air Conditioning And Heating Discusses 6 Signs It Might Be Time To Replace Your Air Conditioning Unit

Many folks wonder what to look for to determine how much longer their air conditioning unit will last.  You definitely don’t want to have to replace your unit in the middle of summer.  Prescott Air Conditioning & Heating explains discusses six things to look for when considering replacing your air conditioning unit. Air conditioner is […]

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Apr

My AC Compressor Is Dead. Can I Replace It In Prescott, AZ? Ask Rich, Owner Of Prescott Air Conditioning!

I have a dead Air Conditioning Compressor. Can I have it replaced in Prescott, Az? Rich Severns, owner of Prescott Air Conditioning, has some answers. First and foremost, Is it really dead? Rich says, “I have seen so many times, where the AC compressor is not actually bad. (Last year [2016], Rich Severns, Owner of […]

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Apr

Compressor Starter Kit Protects Your A/C Unit

A  Compressor Starter (aka Start Kit) significantly reduces the amount of time your ac compressor takes to start. Air conditioners with the Compressor Starter typically start in 30-50% less time than air conditioners without the product. This is important because the compressor on your air conditioner consumes more power on start up than any other device in […]

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Apr

Troubleshooting Common Air Conditioning Problems

Remember the days when kids started school after Labor Day? Not any more. Just a few more days and August will be here, and before you know it, the first day of school. The dog days of summer are still here and it’s pretty balmy, even here in the mountains. Prescott Air Conditioning knows just […]

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Apr

Why To Not Run Your Air Conditioner In The Winter

Many people consider running their Air Conditioning units during the weather for a variety of reasons, such as checking it out to make sure it will run. Prescott Air Conditioning recommends that in cold temperatures you don’t turn on your air conditioner. Let us explain why. Air conditioning manufacturers and HVAC professionals agree that an […]

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