Replace Hialeah Air Conditioner Systems Before The R-22 Freon Ban In the recent past, scientists have being able to prove that R-22 Freon is actually detrimental to the environment. This means that most homeowners have to replace their central air conditioner systems since the new modern and approved R410A Freon is not compatible with the old system. In addition, it is not possible to change some of the settings in order to adjust to new regulations. However, despite the fact that this...

Hialeah Air Conditioning Repair Is Your Choice When Facing The Hot And Humid Air Of South Florida [caption id="attachment_363" align="alignright" width="300"] Hialeah Air Conditioning Repair PreSeason Checkups[/caption] In South Florida the weather can be quite hot during summer, with an average of 89 degrees Fahrenheit. The place can be ideal for vacations, but the air may seem even hotter, because it is very humid. Before the summer season, you can prepare your Hialeah air conditioning...

[caption id="attachment_347" align="alignleft" width="223"] Best Air Conditioning Contractor[/caption] Decision-making is a very crucial process in any organization; therefore there is a need of getting the very best and most right air conditioning contractor. Organization or individuals should never assume the general comfort rendered by their fundamental air conditioners, heat pumps or furnaces up to a time that there is a partial or total failure/breakdown when they realize that these...

written by: cdhbrown I learned very quickly that having Hialeah Air Conditioning Repair company as my air conditioning and heat pump service provider was a great benefit to me and my household since the summers can be so warm here. I find a lot of comfort in knowing that I can call on them whenever I have a problem with my ac or with my heat pump. I can count on them to always have the most professional techs that always know how to take care of my repair whether it's on my ac unit or my...

Word of Caution To Hialeah Residents, Avoid Furnace Tragedy Posted on January 8, 2010 by admin State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan said fumes from the gasoline were ignited by a furnace, sparking a fast-moving fire that destroyed the home. Jennifer Meith, a spokesman for the fire marshal, said gasoline fumes are highly flammable and can be ignited by a spark or static electricity. In this case, the furnace is believed to have provided the source of ignition. This is just another tragic story...

Brought To You By The Letters SEER, HSPF, and AFUE Posted on March 3, 2010 by admin For Hialeah residents, SEER boils down to one thing, it is an efficiency rating. The higher the number the better. Like most things in life the more advanced it it, the more it costs, and the better it works. Most times you are going to wind up saving money when you get a unit with a higher SEER. This is especially true in areas with expensive energy costs. At a certain point upgrading your air conditioning...