In the winter, your air conditioner is the last thing on your mind. But in the spring, as summer approaches and temperatures finally start to go up, you look forward to the days that you’ll want to turn your air conditioner on after you enjoy a beautiful day outside in the sun.
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for March, 2016
A swamp cooler, or an evaporative cooler, is an excellent home comfort system for many people, especially those who live in climates that are particularly dry. Swamp coolers can run into trouble when there’s high humidity, but many New Mexico residents keep their swamp coolers on most of the year and switch out to temporary units when the air is muggy. They also require more maintenance than other systems, including winterizing, covering, and disconnecting in the winter, as well as putting everything back into place come spring. Learn about de-winterizing your swamp cooler below!
It’s the best time of year to get a new air conditioning system, when the weather is mild, more technicians are available, and you’ll have a high-performance unit ready to keep you comfortable throughout the spring and summer. But we know that choosing a new unit can be stressful. Take a look at some of the options we offer, and call our technicians for more details!
Your furnace is not working properly, and you’ve finally accepted that you might need a new one by the start of the next heating season. But this doesn’t mean you should wait until heating season comes around. Delaying system replacement may actually be more trouble than it’s worth. If your old heating system is reaching the end of its life, we recommend replacement ASAP, even if the weather is mild.