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By San Tan A/C Comfort Pros, Mar 29 2017 09:06PM

1. Stop Cooling the Whole Neighborhood

Unless your home is brand new, cold air inside it is probably finding a way out through worn out window seals and doors, a poorly insulated attic, or other miscellaneous cracks.

You can do an ‘air leak audit’ of your home yourself by running your hand along doors and windows to feel if cold air is escaping. You can caulk around the windows and add extra insulation around the doors.

2. Thermostat Placement is Key

Making sure your thermostat is on the proper wall in your home can play a huge roll in how well your AC works. If this thermostat is placed on a wall right next to a window, your AC will want to turn on more often than it needs to, thinking the room is a different temperature than it really is.

3. Shut The Blinds

When you let the hot sun in through window panes, this won’t just heat up your thermostat, it’ll heat you up too. We recommend closing your blinds during the hottest point of the day. This will help insulate your windows which will stop any cool air inside from escaping outside.

4. Use Your Fan

In most cases, you will not need to bring the temperature down with your thermostat to feel cooler. If you use a ceiling fan, this can actually make a room feel as if it is 10 degrees cooler! It also uses only 10 percent of the energy a central air conditioner would use. How “cool” is that?

5. Higher Temps

AC systems tend to cycle on and off if the thermostat is set to a lower temperature when you are not home. This is inefficient for your system. You are better off setting the temperature on your thermostat to a little bit higher, if you are not going to be there, that way when you get home you can lower it to your needs. If it is higher, it will most likely not be cycling on and off all day to compete with outside temperatures. This will save you money and make your AC work more efficiently for longer periods of time.

Many people have a programmable thermostat to set higher temps when they are at work and lower temps when they return home.

By San Tan A/C Comfort Pros, Jan 16 2017 04:51PM

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By San Tan A/C Comfort Pros, Aug 5 2016 09:09PM

This is Jose!

Jose is originally from Orange County, California and now resides in Mesa, AZ.

He has been working on heating & cooling residential systems for the past 11 years. His experience has been installing, maintaining and repairing heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.

He describes himself as someone who is modest, hardworking, honest and consistently sets firm goals. We couldn’t agree more!

He states one of his biggest motivations for working with us at San Tan A/C Comfort Professionals is “being provided with the wonderful opportunity to put my innovative skills to the test and to push my problem solving capabilities to the limit.”

We are excited for you to get to know a valued member of our team!

Welcome aboard, Jose!

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By San Tan A/C Comfort Pros, Jul 8 2016 10:18PM

What your A/C Tune up should include

Much like an annual check up with your family doctor, your air conditioning unit needs the same type of attention and care. As we approach the peak of the summer, you will want your unit to run at its best!

As the hottest months of the summer are upon us, doing a maintenance in the spring and in the fall on your unit will help it run its best, when you need it the most!

Here is a list of what you can expect when our team of professionals services your A/C:

*Condenser coil clean

*Check thermostat operation

*Clean or replace filter (customer supplied)

*Check termperature split at unit and in house

*Check refrigerant charge

*Check compressor operating pressures

*Inspect disconnect, wiring, tighten electrical connection

*Inspect run capacitors, relays and controls

*Test safety controls

*Test starting capabilities

*Check amp draw on compressor and motors

*Lubricate all moving parts

*Inspect and adjust belt tension

*Inspect accessible duct work and duct seal at unit for leaks

*Inspect indoor coil

*Clean condensate drain

*Clean condensate line

*Clean and adjust burner assembly

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