Bud Matthews Services Blog : Posts Tagged ‘AC Maintenance’

Have You Scheduled Air Conditioning Maintenance Yet?

Monday, May 14th, 2018

air-conditioning-manometer-pressure-refrigerantThe heat of summer is already here in May, with some days climbing into the 90s. Air conditioning systems across the state are already getting to work managing the comfort of homes. Your home is probably one of them.

Now be honest: Did you remember to schedule air conditioning maintenance in April? If you didn’t, don’t worry—you can do it now as well. But don’t hesitate any longer! Your air conditioning system, your budget, and your household will be better off once this essential annual tune-up and inspection is finished.

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Speaking of Copper: Watch for Refrigerant Leaks from Your AC!

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

In yesterday’s blog post, we took a closer look at why copper is ­the metal of choice when it comes to plumbing systems. But copper isn’t only popular for plumbing pipes. It’s also a key part of heating systems and air conditioners. The air conditioner that provides cooling to your house has many key components made from this ductile, durable, and safe metal.

There’s one component we’re going to take a close look at today, the refrigerant lines, where copper is both a blessing—and sometimes a curse.

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Is It Too Early to Think About Air Conditioning Maintenance?

Wednesday, March 9th, 2016

March is already here, and even though the official start of spring won’t come until later in the month, this is the time when we can start to expect warmer temperatures—with some sudden swings back to the cold. You’re probably already thinking about using your home’s air conditioner again, if you haven’t had it running  at least once already. But is it time yet to schedule its annual preventive maintenance visit?

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