As we mentioned last week, evaporative coolers (swamp coolers) do not do a very good job of cooling your home when there are high humidity levels outdoors. That’s why so many locals have been upgrading their systems to central refrigerant-based AC—which does an excellent job of keeping you cool year round, even in our crazy temperatures and humidity levels.
Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog: Archive for July, 2016
Monsoon season is here, and that means trouble for your HVAC system. High levels of humidity make it tough for systems to cool down a building sufficiently, so it’s important that you know what to expect. Check out our guide to find out what you should do and what you should know, and call our team for more information.
We know a lot of people try calling around from company to company to get the lowest price on a new air conditioning installation. But this is simply not the right way to do things. The most important thing is to find a company you can really trust for your HVAC installation, and the rest should fall into place.
We understand the urge to turn the thermostat to the lowest possible setting after a long, hot summer day. You want to turn your home into an escape from the summer heat. Many people say they prefer their homes to feel “like an icebox.”