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Archives for May 2015 | Rick's Heating and Cooling

Archive for May, 2015

2015 Summer Energy Saving Tips

May 20, 2015

Conserve Energy and Reduce Electric Bills! As summertime approaches, you and homeowners like you will be running your air conditioners more and more. As a result, you may notice an increase in your electric bill. Some fluctuation in your utility costs can be expected over the course of the year, especially as the cost of […]

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Running All the Time?

May 7, 2015

When your air conditioner is functioning properly it should cycle on-and-off occasionally to keep your home cool and comfortable. Your AC system will cycle on when temperatures inside your home are hotter than you set your thermostat to. Once the desired temperature is reached your air conditioner should cycle off, but, that’s not always the […]

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Why Does My Air Conditioner Freeze Up?

Don’t let frozen evaporator coils ruin your summer! Picture this: you just returned from a long run outside, only to find that your air conditioner is broken! The cause of your AC troubles? Frozen evaporator coils. But, how do you know what causes your air conditioner’s evaporator coils to freeze up, causing your entire air […]

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5 Reasons Why Your Air Conditioner Leaks Water

May 2, 2015

When your air conditioner runs for long periods of time, like during the summer, you can expect to see small amounts of condensation dripping from your system. But, large pools of water leaking from your AC unit are often a sign that something with your air conditioner is wrong – a malfunctioning part, broken condensor, […]

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