Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Archive for August, 2015

Changing Your AC Filter: A Step-by-Step Guide

Monday, August 31st, 2015

Your air conditioner’s filter is more important to the performance of your air conditioner than you might guess. While many people know that it keeps your air a little cleaner, it may surprise you to learn that it also is vital in stopping particles from damaging the AC system itself. Without a filter, your air conditioning system would be vulnerable to a lot of wear and tear. But if the filter is dirty, just as many problems can occur.

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Could Dirt and Debris Be Behind Your AC Troubles?

Monday, August 17th, 2015

You dust and vacuum your house because you want it to look and feel clean and organized. This means that you may skip over the parts of your home that are hidden from view, such as the inner portions of the air conditioner. While you should allow professionals to handle most of the heavy duty cleaning involved with air conditioners, you should know that dirt and debris have a major effect on the performance and efficiency of an air conditioner. Learn more in today’s guide.

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A Common AC Mistake: Setting the Temperature too Low

Monday, August 10th, 2015

Most people have a specific preference for the temperature in their home. While some homeowners are perfectly comfortable keeping the thermostat set to 77 or 78 degrees Fahrenheit, others believe that their air conditioner should keep their home feeling like an icebox. When they come home from being in the hot summer weather, they may immediately set the thermostat to the mid-sixties and hope to speed up the cooling process.

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I’m going “behind bars” to support MDA!

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

Dear Friends and Family,

I’m going “behind bars” to help defeat life-threatening muscle disease

The 2015 Farmington LU2015 – Albuquerque District takes place on 08/27/2015, but I’m raising my bail before I go to jail!

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IMG_0555The critical dollars raised will support MDA‘s lifesaving mission to save and improve the lives of people fighting muscle disease. Together, we will:

  • Fund treatments and cures
  • Provide life-enhancing programs like state-of-the-art clinics and support groups
  • Send kids with muscle disease to MDA summer camp, where they’ll enjoy “the best week of the year,” having fun while gaining confidence and independence.

I need your help!

Please support me in this important mission by making a tax-deductible donation. Your gift will speed MDA’s progress in muscle disease research and care, and make a difference to children and adults living with muscle disease right here in our community.

Thanks in advance for your help. Don’t hesitate to call or email me with questions or donate here: http://www2.mda.org/site/TR/Lock-up/General…

Sincerely, Richard Williams

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2015 San Juan County Fair!

Thursday, August 6th, 2015

This year’s county fair is happening August 10-15th at McGee Park Fairgrounds in Farmington, NM. We will have a booth inside the Convention Center like we did last year.

We are giving away an awesome przes this year! Come see us and enter to win free barbecue grill sets, aprons, and a Coleman barbecue grill. We will have our Coleman system all set up so come hang out with us and stay cool in the heat

We love being out in the community and seeing all of our friends and making new ones! We hope to see you next week at the fair!

 

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The How and Why to Installing a High-Efficiency AC

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

As any homeowner in New Mexico knows, energy bills just seem to keep going up in the summertime. Air conditioners have a lot of work to do, and a whole lot of energy is necessary to move cool air into all of the rooms of your home. One way to conserve is by switching to a high-efficiency AC unit when your older system finally breaks down—or maybe even before your current unit fails completely. Here’s why.

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