Moody Heating and Air Conditioning Blog : Archive for June, 2017

Is Ductless Air Conditioning Worth Considering?

Monday, June 19th, 2017

ductless-system-remoteYes, absolutely. If you think that we are talking about inefficient, inconvenient window units when we say “ductless air conditioning” … well, we aren’t. Ductless air conditioning systems are still centralized ACs, offering a whole house cooling solution. They just do so without the need for using air ducts. This unique design actually allows for a number of different benefits. When we install and service your ductless air conditioner in Summerville, GA, you’ll be able to enjoy them all.

Like any other whole-house air conditioner, a ductless mini split is going to demand a professional installation, maintenance, and, when necessary, repairs. Don’t entrust your ductless AC services to contractors unfamiliar with the ins and outs of these systems. Work with our team, and live in the comfort that you know you.

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Your Central Air Conditioner Needs a Fresh Filter

Monday, June 5th, 2017

man-in-front-of-fanChances are that you (hopefully) know that your air conditioning system needs to be regularly maintained and tuned-up if you hope for it to function at peak performance and efficiency levels. Hopefully, you also realize that there is one integral step in the maintenance of your air conditioning system that you can and should handle on your own as need be. This is the changing of your air filter. If faced with a perpetually dirty filter, your air conditioner in Cartersville, GA is really going to struggle to do its job.

While annual AC maintenance is a must, changing out the air filter once a year is simply not enough. You cannot wait for your technician to do it at each maintenance appointment. Most of these filters ought to be changed every 1 to 3 months, though this will vary according to a number of factors. Review the following information, and be sure to give us a call if you have any questions regarding your AC filter or how to change it.

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