Few things strike dread more than a broken air conditioner in the minds of desert dwellers. Thankfully, it’s a dry heat, but when the mercury soars over 100, even low humidity doesn’t matter that much.
When the airflow or refrigerant level is too low in an air conditioner, an A/C freezes over because the evaporator coil inside the air handler stays too cold. A frozen coil stops the cooling process in your home, even though the system continues to run. If the system runs too long with a frozen coil, […]
Our weather in Yuma tends to be hot in summer, warm in spring and fall, and temperate in winter. Dry conditions prevail for most of the year. With a climate like that, we can expect to spend most of our utility costs on air conditioning with very few weather surprises. Sure, there might be an […]
When you’re in the market for new cooling and heating equipment, you might be weighing the HVAC costs with benefits the systems provide. Pricing for HVAC products correlates closely with the energy efficiency and quality of the systems available. While a more efficient system will cost more upfront, you’ll recover your investment each time it […]
Staying cool at summer parties does pose some challenges since summer nighttime lows in deserts seldom fall below 80. But with the help of water and air movement, it’s possible to spend a comfortable evening outdoors even when the temperature is in the triple digits.