Purl's Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Kerman’

Why We Recommend Whole-House Fans

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

Imagine this—but powerful enough for the whole house!

Air conditioning costs get steep during the hot summers we experience here in the Central Valley. Temperatures in the high 90s are common throughout the season, and most people simply can’t make it through a hot day without an effective air conditioning system to cool down their homes.

However, there are ways to supplement an air conditioning system so it doesn’t have to put in as much work during summer, helping to chop down scary monthly electrical bills. One method we strongly recommend is putting in a whole-house fan. Continue below for more about how these systems work and their benefits.

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Take Advantage of Spring with a New AC System Installment

Monday, May 1st, 2017

air-conditioning-system-grill-top-downRight now we’re enjoying lovely weather here in the Central Valley. Not too hot, not too cold. It’s just what you expect from the middle of spring.

But spring also is a warning that things are going to heat up soon. Summer isn’t far off, and this is the right time to have preparations to see that your air conditioning system is in prime shape for the work to come. Change the filters, give the AC a test run, and most important of all, contact us to schedule your annual air conditioning maintenance tune-up and inspection.

But since no air conditioning system can last forever, this might be the season when the work you arrange with our HVAC technicians is an AC replacement. No problems! It’s a bigger job, but one we’ve been handling for decades. Our experts know how to find the best new air conditioner to meet your needs, size it accurately, and have it in place fast so you’re ready for whatever heat comes your way.

And it’s best not to delay the job if this is the Year of the Replacement. Spring is the right time.

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Freezing Weather Ahead: Is Your HVAC System Maintained and Ready?

Monday, December 26th, 2016

The cold winter weather has arrived. But we can anticipate much colder in the first months of the New Year. When the outdoor temperatures drop below freezing, you’re HVAC system will undergo an immense amount of stress to provide your family with the warmth it absolutely requires. This leads to the Big Winter Heating Question: Is your HVAC system ready for freezing weather?

We’ll take a closer look by asking a few questions.

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Ways to Enhance Your Air Conditioning System during a Hot Early Fall

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

It’s now September, and that means the start of cooler temperatures in many parts of the country. Here in the Central Valley, however, we’re still experiencing levels of intense heat and daytime temperatures that sometimes rise into the 90s. This isn’t a time to relax when it comes to proper air conditioning for a home. In fact, this is an ideal season to consider ways to enhance your air conditioning system if you’re not planning to have a complete new installation. Below is some of our advice for improving your residential AC at the end of the cooling season.

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Options to Include with a Complete System Replacement

Monday, July 18th, 2016

No home’s HVAC system will last forever. Eventually, the heating and air conditioning system will wear down to the point where doing further repairs can be throwing money away. Costly repairs may only keep the system operating for a short time before it’s time for another repair. The system can also drain additional money through inefficient operation. A replacement system gives you a fresh start with an AC and heater that require few repairs and work at peak energy efficiency.

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Should You Replace Your Old Air Conditioning System Now That Summer Is Over?

Monday, October 5th, 2015

It’s already October, and here in the Central Valley we are perched between cooling and heating seasons. This is the time of year when you should think about changes you might want to make to your HVAC system.

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