5 Reasons Savvy Homeowners Install Mini-Split Systems

Mini-split ductless systems have become increasingly popular with home owners in recent years, but if you don’t know much about them you may not understand why. This well-tested and growing alternative to centralized HVAC systems offers a number of advantages well worth the initial investment, included but not limited to: 1) Efficiency. The most obvious advantage of a mini-split ductless … Read More

Why Summer is the Perfect Season for Furnace Inspection

Believe it or not, summer is the perfect season to have your furnace inspected, serviced, and cleaned. We know it’s probably the furthest thing from your mind as we swelter in the summer heat and crank up the air conditioning, but waiting until the nights grow cooler and you actually need your furnace isn’t a very smart idea. When you … Read More

Is It Time for an HVAC Conversion?

At some point, your heating or air conditioning setup may become inefficient or unsuitable for your needs. An option that will save you time and money is a conversion to a more effective method of heating or cooling your space. There are several options, so you should consult a professional to determine which is the best choice for you. Why … Read More

3 Steps to a Healthy HVAC System

It doesn’t take a lot to keep your Albuquerque HVAC systems running optimally and these tasks won’t take a lot of time or money. When they are performed routinely, however, they will help maintain and improve the performance of your heating and cooling systems. A well-maintained HVAC system helps prevent poor performance and costly repairs. Buy high-quality air filters Investing … Read More

Preserving the Life of Your HVAC Unit

Nearly every home in the United States uses a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning — or HVAC — unit to stay comfortable during summer, winter, and stuffy seasons. HVAC units are expensive, necessitating homeowners to take preventative measures to ensure they run efficiently and effectively for long periods of time. That said, many homeowners are not well informed about the … Read More

Why Swamp Cooler Installations Should be Done by Professionals

Beating the dry summer heat that plagues Albuquerque this time of year can only be done with the aid of a swamp cooler. Swamp coolers are able to increase the level of humidity inside of the house, which is ideal for the semi-arid deserts that make up New Mexico, or for those that just prefer to have a little extra … Read More

Why a Window Unit is Not a Suitable Replacement for AC

It looks inexpensive, and the box claims that the window unit is easy to self-install. Are these products worth the money? More importantly, can they keep you as comfortable as a professionally installed air conditioning unit? What You Save up Front, You Spend on Operations Today’s air conditioning systems are designed to use electricity sparingly and run efficiently. The window … Read More

Are Mini-Split Ductless Systems Right for You?

A mini-split ductless system is a perfect solution for those with areas in their home that are problematic when it comes to temperature control. A mini-split ductless system in Albuquerque can have many benefits and provide the comfort you want throughout the year. The benefits of a mini-split ductless system If you already have a dedicated air conditioner or HVAC … Read More

How a New AC Unit Can Save You Money

A new air conditioning installation isn’t just a necessary expenditure—it’s an investment. Choose the right unit for your home, installed by the right team, and you might come out ahead in the long run. Just consider these four ways you might save money over time: Higher efficiency The most straightforward advantage of a newer air conditioner is, of course, the … Read More

How Do I Get My Swamp Cooler Ready for Summer?

Albuquerque summers mean scorching hot days! Will you be turning on your swamp cooler for relief? Instead of firing it up and hoping for the best, here are four things you can do now to make sure your unit stays working all summer long. 1. Check the water tray This will require removing the panels to get to it. Once … Read More