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HVAC

20
Jan

New Year, New You, Better HVAC Maintenance

We are already fast into the New Year, if you have been reading the earlier blogs you know we have talked about how to inspect your AC unit for hail damage (after that freak hail storm in Phoenix back in November!) and how getting a whole new unit can get you a vacation while you are at it! Not too

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13
Jan

Get a New AC Unit and See the World!

So, you have heard all about the R22 ban and decided it’s high time you get to replacing your air conditioning unit. Well ACE Home services has an offer we can’t wait to share with you! ACE Home Services has partnered with our manufacturers to provide ACE customers with travel vouchers when they purchase qualifying units and installation. Since now

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6
Jan

What Does Hail Damage Look Like on a Roof and AC?

The end of last year had a bit of a wild phenomena here in Phoenix, we saw hail! While it might not be the most common thing in Arizona weather, it causes the same trouble here as anywhere else! That’s why we’re going to talk about how to inspect your AC unit for hail damage and answer “Just what does

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30
Dec

Hasta La Vista, Freon

As we wrap up 2019, and the whole decade it’s time we talk about something else saying goodbye, Freon! Ok, so refrigerant and air conditioning is probably the furthest thing from your mind in the depths of winter but it’s necessary to talk about now because come January 1st, 2020 Freon, also known as R-22, is going to be a

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16
Aug

3 Signs That You Need To Replace Your HVAC Unit

3 Signs That You Need to Replace Your HVAC Unit Replacing your HVAC unit is not what most would consider a good time. The shopping process  can be long and a brand new unit costs a pretty penny. That is why most homeowners avoid it for as long as possible. After all, why would anyone spend all that money on

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17
Jun

5 Ways Arizona Homeowners Cause Costly Breakdowns

5 Ways Arizona Homeowners Cause Costly Breakdowns During the summer in Phoenix, most homeowners will push their A/C units to the max, trying to keep their home cool and comfortable. This can put a lot of stress on your unit, making it susceptible to breakdowns. Summer is ACE’s most popular time for service calls on A/C breakdowns. Unfortunately for homeowners,

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28
May

Common Signs That There is an Electrical Issue with Your A/C

Commons Signs That There is an Electrical Issue With Your A/C Modern air conditioning systems are composed of complex electrical and mechanical devices that are designed for efficiency and convenience. Electrical issues are common for air conditioners, especially during seasons of high use or for systems that are not properly maintained. Many homeowners experience issues with their air conditioners and

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13
May

Should You Leave Your AC Unit Running When You Aren’t Home?

Should You Leave Your AC Unit Running When You Aren’t Home? Leaving your air conditioner on while you are away can actually save you money! Not only will this action keep your house at a comfortable temperature, but it can prevent potential problems from occurring in your home. All you have to do is increase the temperature on your thermostat

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29
Apr

Maintenance Tips For Your A/C

Maintenance Tips for Your A/C Performing regular maintenance service on your A/C is imperative to the health and lifespan of your HVAC system. Scheduling seasonal tune-ups helps ensure the performance of your unit, lower your energy costs, prevent costly breakdowns, extend the unit’s lifespan, and ultimately save you energy and money. We highly suggest you hire a certified and experienced

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25
Apr

How To Improve Your A/C Instead of Replacing It

How To Improve Your A/C Instead of Replacing It If you are looking to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your A/C, and the cost of an upgrade doesn’t work with your budget, then you may just want to consider improving your A/C instead. There are various options that enable you to get more out of your air conditioning system,

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