Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘La Plata’

Do You Need Ductless Repairs?

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

Summer is fast approaching, which means that if your ductless system needs repair, now is the perfect time to schedule your services. Of course, most of the time, your ductless system will operate without a hitch, and although these systems are known for being highly efficient and effective, it does not mean that they are immune to repair issues.

There are quite a few signs that suggest it’s time to schedule AC repair in La Plata, NM for your ductless system, and below, we have listed a few of them. Remember, if you notice any of the following issues, it is important that you contact your local HVAC expert right away! Keep reading to find out more! 

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Upgrade Your Commercial Thermostat for Better Efficiency

Monday, March 11th, 2019

No matter the time of year, it pays to have a great thermostat in your commercial space. If you currently own an older, outdated model, it might do you well to consider an upgrade. Today’s modern thermostats are capable of so much more than traditional ones. In fact, advanced thermostats, also known as smart thermostats, have completely changed the ways in which business owners can interact with their heating and cooling systems.

With so many great choices on the market today, it is important to consult with a professional HVAC technician about your options and to find the thermostat that will best meet your needs. There are many benefits of upgrading your thermostat, and below we have listed quite a few of them. Keep reading to earn more. 

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No, It’s Not Too Early for an AC Tune-Up

Monday, February 25th, 2019

Sure, it’s still quite cold outside, and you are likely going to be using your heater consistently over the next few months. However cold it may be though, now is a great time to start thinking about summer. Of course, it might be hard to imagine basking in the sun when there is still snow flurrying down from the sky. But even still, now is the perfect time for your AC tune-up.

Scheduling your annual AC maintenance or even your air conditioning repair in La Plata, NM now is a great way to save time and money. In addition, pre-season service is the best way to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable summer. When you schedule your services now, you can rest assured knowing that your system will keep you cool and comfortable, even during the hottest heatwave. Still not convinced? Keep reading below. 

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How to Improve Your Home’s Air Quality

Monday, September 11th, 2017

allergies-indoor-airMost of the calls we receive as heating and air conditioning technicians in La Plata, NM are about air conditioning. Most of the year, people are focused on beating the heat, as your health and comfort depend on it. But there’s another piece of the puzzle when it comes to staying healthy and comfortable in your own home: its indoor air quality.

We think that, in some ways, indoor air quality is just as important as climate control, and we have solutions for any home that needs them. In the meantime, check out our advice on keeping your home’s air as clean as possible.

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What’s the Most Efficient Air Conditioner?

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

air-conditioning-condenser-flowerChoosing the best air conditioner for your home means choosing one with a high efficiency rating. We know it’s easy to choose the most cost-effective air conditioner you can find, but this won’t help you much in the long-term. It will likely use more energy and end up costing you more!

Today, we share our recommendations on how to pick out the most efficient air conditioner for your home. This means comparing efficiency ratings but also knowing the differences between the types of air conditioners available. Contact our team to learn more or start the process of AC installation in La Plata, NM.

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How Commercial Heating and AC Maintenance Programs Protect You and Lower Costs

Monday, January 16th, 2017

Interested in lowering daily operating costs for your property? You’ll have to make some investments first, but this doesn’t always mean you have to spend an arm and a leg on upgrades.

Investing in a heating and AC maintenance program from a local commercial HVAC specialist can lower costs while protecting your property from damage or lost business. Check it out!

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4 Things to Avoid with Your Heater this Season

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Gas and electric heating systems alike can run into problems no one wants to encounter over the holiday season—and when temperatures are at their lowest. Don’t risk safety issues, system breakdowns, and inefficiency. Avoid these common heating mistakes for a healthier system this season.

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Is a Heat Pump the Perfect Home Comfort System for Your Home?

Monday, October 17th, 2016

When you need a new heating and air conditioning system, take the time to do some research first. You’ll have these systems for the next 10-20 years, with excellent care and maintenance, and you want it to be something that will keep you comfortable and save you money. A heat pump may be just the system for your home.

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Get a System that Heats and Cools Your Whole Home

Monday, September 12th, 2016

Heating systems and cooling systems are usually two completely separate units. They may have been installed at the same time. They are likely controlled with the same thermostat. They could even use the same fan to suck in air and move it throughout your home. However, the standard setup still consists of two different units: the furnace and the air conditioner.

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Is It Worth It to Convert Your Swamp Cooler?

Monday, August 1st, 2016

Swamp coolers, also called evaporative coolers, have long been a popular choice for AC systems in homes in New Mexico.

In our area, the dry climate means that, for most of the year, water can evaporate into the air with ease. And that’s how your swamp cooler works—evaporation. Air blows over a damp pad, and warm dry air becomes cool moist air as the water evaporates into the air.

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