English Air Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Replacement’

Your AC Installation Quick Guide!

Monday, September 16th, 2019

Just because our neighbors up North are getting ready for Autumn, doesn’t mean we’ll be going to corn mazes, putting on warm sweaters, and jumping in any piles of leaves any time soon. See, we all know just how hot it can be here in Florida this time of year, and therefore, it’s important that you’ve got an AC that can keep up with all your comfort needs.

Whether you are in the market for an air conditioner for the first time or if you’re looking to replace a not-so-great system, you’re in luck! Below, we have provided our quick guide to AC installation. All you’ve got to do is keep reading to find out more!

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Is it Time to Kiss Your AC Goodbye?

Monday, June 24th, 2019

We know, we know, letting go of something you love can be hard… even if it is your air conditioner! No? Okay. Maybe that’s just us.

Replacing an older, outdated air conditioner is one of the best ways to ensure that you are getting the absolute most bang for your buck, so there’s no reason why you should wait!

There are plenty of signs that suggest it’s time for a replacement, and below, we have listed some of them for you! All you have to do is keep reading to find out more.

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Don’t Underestimate VRV and VRF Technology

Monday, April 29th, 2019

Summer is coming! It’s hard not to get excited when thinking about all of the things you have to look forward to, especially here in Florida. You have plenty of days spent on the beach, plenty of barbeques, and plenty of time to get that perfect tan to look forward to. Of course, though, there is something that we HVAC technicians can’t help getting excited about: air conditioning.

You want to be sure that your heat pump or air conditioner is operating efficiently and effectively, and for some of you, that may mean having to replace your current system. If you are in the market for a new AC, why not look into the top-of-the-line models that are the finest in operation and energy efficiency? That’s right, we are talking about VRV and VRF models!

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