Thursday, July 28, 2016

Reduce the Heat at Home with Immediate Air Conditioning Repair Work

Using your air conditioner during the heat of El Paso's summers is essential for most homeowners, but you’re likely going to run into some problems if you skip important maintenance work. In order for your air conditioner to continue running fine, you’ll want to make sure that any necessary air conditioning repair work is taken care of.

Set Aside the Time for Routine Cleaning

regular ac maintenance is important
Make sure to keep up with regular maintenance
to avoid costly repairs 
The easiest way to prevent minor problems from escalating and becoming a major problem with your air conditioner is through routine cleanings. By turning off your air conditioning unit and opening it up for regular cleanings, you can spot if anything is damaged on the interior and needs repairing. Cleaning can also ensure that dust and other debris aren’t going to cause issues later.

Call a Professional if Any Strange Sounds Occur

If you’ve noticed that your air conditioning unit has started making strange noises, such as clicking or popping, it’s important that a professional is called. Not only can this be a sign that the air conditioner isn’t working as it should, it could be potentially dangerous if left alone.

Check Your Electricity Bill for Any Changes

Another simple way to make sure that your air conditioner isn’t having any issues is by checking your electricity bill. If you notice any significant changes, it could be a sign that the air conditioner is consuming more energy than normal due to something being wrong.
For help with getting your air conditioner in fine working condition, please contact us in El Paso right away.
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El Paso, TX 79932

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Refrigerated Air Conditioning Pros Heat Up Sleep Temperature Debate Refrigerated air conditioning

What temperature is your home’s refrigerated air conditioning system set at right now? Will you raise, lower or keep it the same when you go to sleep? It’s an age-old inquiry that has been sparking debate since cooling systems were born and our El Paso refrigerated air conditioning professionals would like to join in on this hot day:
how cool is your houseScientists have opined on this topic for decades. Some of the most recent research was reported on this year by Building and Environment magazine as well as Environmental Research. Collectively, they show that for many people, having the home’s refrigerated air condition system’s thermostat set anywhere from 58 to 64 degrees Fahrenheit during the evening hours is ideal. But what do you have to say about that?
The U.S. Department of Energy suggests that everyone keep their refrigerated air conditioning systems set at anywhere from 14 to 20 degrees higher than that at this time of year, regardless of the hour. So who’s on the right side of this sticky debate? In our A/C repair professionals’ estimation, the right temperature for sleep is like beauty. It’s all in the mind of the individual.
For some of us, 78 degrees Fahrenheit may be too hot to handle and others may get goose pimples just thinking of wearing their skivvies in temperatures any cooler than 68. Weigh in if you’d like and see how your family’s sleep preferences stack up against our neighbors in Texas. Then choose a happy medium and count on our refrigerated air condition professionals to keep it stable.
And if some family members that don’t agree with the temperature you’ve set, suggest that they try to personalize their own sleeping space. For example, they may want to try wearing warmer pajamas or aiming a giant fan at the bed. To learn more about getting a home’s sleeping temperature just right, please contact El Paso SoBellas Air Conditioning and Heating Repair today.
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El Paso, TX 79932

Saturday, May 14, 2016

How to Stay Comfortable When Waiting for an Air Conditioner Repair

If an air conditioner repair is needed in your home due to a faulty or broken AC unit, you may need to look into new ways to keep your cool home while you wait. With a few tips for keeping your home cool, you can stay comfortable during the heat of Las Cruses in the warmer months of the year without the use of your air conditioner as it waits to be repaired.
Keep your family cool
Keep you and your family cool this summer and give us a call.

Take Advantage of Air Circulation

Setting up fans in your home is an obvious move, but it’s also a good idea to look into making the most of the fans. Regardless of the size of your home, you’ll need to set up the fans properly so that the air can be properly circulated from room to room.

Draw the Curtains and Blinds During the Day

Sunlight can quickly heat up your home, especially during summer and early autumn. In order for you to prevent the sunlight from raising the temperature of your home, make sure to pull the curtains and blinds shut early in the morning.

Consider Closing Some Doors

An easy way to help keep the high-traffic rooms of your home cool without the use of the air conditioner is by closing some of the doors. By containing the rooms that you spend the most time in, you can help improve the air flow of the room and keep the cool air inside.
If you need your air conditioner repaired so that you can be comfortable at your Las Cruses home, please feel free to contact us.
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Las Cruces, NM  88001

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Refrigerated Air Conditioning-Is it the Best Choice for You?

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Refrigerated Air

Should you get Refrigerated Air?

Refrigerated air conditioning systems are great for your El Paso home. Some people prefer the alternative system which is an evaporative system. Once you aware of the benefits, you will never want to go back to your old evaporative system. Below we will discuss the benefits of using a refrigerated air conditioning system.
1. Humidity: if you live in a state with high humidity, this system will provide better cooling for your home. Providing better cooling will not only help your family to stay comfortable during the summer, but it will also keep items in your house in better condition.
2. Allergies: for those in your family who suffer with allergies, this system is more beneficial than the evaporative system. With the benefit of changing the filter often, there is less dust to circulate through the house.
3. Heat: if you purchase a model that is a reverse cycle unit, it will also provide heat in your home for those cold winters. Providing air conditioning and heating is a great advantage of the refrigerated system.
4. Energy-efficient: refrigerated systems are more energy-efficient than an evaporative system; this efficiency will greatly reduce your power bill. This system is operated through a thermostat which gives you great savings; for maximum savings you can switch to a programmable thermostat. 
Overall, refrigerated air conditioning systems are better for your family and household. Your family will feel better about the comfort of their home; and you can take advantage of maximum money savings by installing a programmable thermostat.
For more information on the benefits of refrigerated air conditioning in El Paso, please contact us.
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125 Graphite Dr. Ste. D
El Paso, TX 79932

Sunday, December 27, 2015

HVAC Winter Tune-Up and Maintenance Tips

 Tips and Tricks for a Winter AC Tune Up

        Now that winter is officially underway, most homes in El Paso have begun to fire up their heat,
AC Tune Up
at least at night.
If you want to save money on your heating and cooling bills this winter, you need an AC tune up as soon as possible.

       When a professional technician performs an HVAC tune-up, your heating bills will remain consistent. This is important for two reasons:

      1. When you can calculate an average, something that is reliable, you know whether your HVAC is running at peak performance.

      2. Seasonal maintenance, especially during cooler months, will ensure that your HVAC unit performs as intended, keeping your winter heating bills low.
Further, seasonal tune-ups come with a range of benefits for TX homeowners. Including the following:
                  - Maintenance and tune-ups keep your HVAC system running with measured accuracy. A regular tune-up is peace of mind that you can't beat.
                  - A professional technician knows when something is wrong. Much like going to the dentist for regular check-ups, a tune-up allows professional insight into your system's problems, allowing them to correct wrongs quickly before they grow out of control.
                    - If you don't have time to perform simple tasks because you are busy, a technician is your HVAC system's new best friend. By changing filters, checking for clogs, and applying lubricant to moving parts, a field technician will guarantee your HVAC is always working.
                     - Pre-winter maintenance keeps you warm and cozy when the temperatures drop. The last thing that you want to deal with is worrying about your HVAC system malfunctioning, but when you schedule regular tune-ups, that fear is gone.

       Preventative maintenance and annual tune-ups are just a few of the services that we offer.
For more information on how we can help you with your El Paso heating and cooling needs, please contact us today.

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El Paso, TX 79932


Thursday, November 26, 2015

4 Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs Repair

How to tell if your Air Conditioner needs repair

Broken Air Conditioner
4 Signs your Air Conditioner needs repairs
El Paso homeowners often take their air conditioning systems for granted. However, even with regular maintenance, it's possible for your air conditioner to develop problems. By learning the signs, you can avoid a more costly repair down the road.  It's time to contact an air conditioning repair expert if you notice any of the following issues.

4 Signs:

No cool air. A lack of cold air is one of the most obvious signs that your air conditioner needs work. You may notice that the air isn't getting as cold as it used to, or it's taking much longer than usual to cool down. This can indicate that the system's refrigerant levels are low. It might also mean that the compressor is failing.
Some rooms cool, while others do not. If some rooms in your home get cool while others don't, it's likely to be a problem with your duct work. A leak in the air duct allows un-cooled air into the system, making some rooms feel warmer.  
Unusual sounds. Excessive noise may be caused by a problem with the unit's motor. If you notice a grinding or squealing sound coming from your air conditioning unit, contact a repair technician. Failure to address the problem may lead to a more serious breakdown.
Weak air flow. Regularly changing your AC unit's air filter helps to maintain the best air flow possible. If you've changed your air filter recently and are still experiencing weakened air flow, it's a sign of a more serious problem. You may have an issue with the unit's blower, or with the compressor.  
If you're experiencing problems with your El Paso air conditioning system, please contact us today. We'll be happy to help you keep your air conditioner running at its best.   
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El Paso, TX 79932

Saturday, October 17, 2015

El Paso Air Conditioning Repair Tips: Diagnosing a Smelly A/C

smelling AC

   An unpleasant smell emanating from your central air unit can indicate a number of malfunctions. While some issues are considered more serious than others, it's essential you pinpoint and resolve the problem in a timely manner. Although diagnosing the defect is best left to an El Paso air conditioning repair technician, the varying smells described below can help you get the repair ball rolling.

A Burning Odor

   A burning smell can signal a number of issues. The easiest to diagnose and fix is a dirty air filter. When your A/C's filter becomes extremely clogged with debris and dust it can cause your system to overheat. Luckily, cleaning or changing the filter should instantly resolve the problem. If your filter isn't the issue you may be looking at an electrical defect. For instance, an overheating blower motor can cause the insulation on the unit's wires to melt. Objects, plastic or otherwise stuck in your duct work can also be the culprit behind a burning smell.

A Musty Odor

 When a musty smell is coming from your central air conditioner mold is most likely present. The question is where is the mold located. To begin, you may want to take a look inside your unit. If there's a moisture or drainage issue, there is a good chance mold or mildew has begun growing on the condenser coils. You can either choose to clean the unit yourself or hire a professional to clean it. On the other hand, the duct work in your home could also be the source of the mold. Unfortunately, even the smallest leak in your ducts can cause an outbreak of mold. Not addressing this issue can drastically decrease the air quality in your house.

A Rotten Egg Odor

In a number of homes the central air unit is one part of a system which also includes a furnace. When your A/C is emitting a rotten egg smell, you could be looking at a natural gas leak. If this is the case, immediately gather your family and exit your home. Once outside call 911. After the gas is turned off reach out to a trusted HVAC professional to inspect and fix the malfunction.
If you've noticed an unusual odor coming from your air conditioner, please contact us in El Paso today and we'll be happy to repair the problem.
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  Sobellas Air Conditioning & Heating Repair El Paso Texas
 125 Graphite Dr. Ste. D El Paso, TX 79932