Here at Simply the Best, we listen to our customers. One of the biggest fears that we consistently hear from the people we talk to is getting ripped off by HVAC companies of fly-by-night repair guys. Our goal in the post is to keep you aware of some of the most common HVAC, AC, and furnace scams and make sure you’re knowledgeable about how to protect yourself.
If you live in Gilbert, AZ, or any of the surrounding Phoenix area, you know how many HVAC companies there are. It’s tough to know how to choose if one will live up to its promises, or if they’ll try to scam you out of thousands.
Have you had an HVAC technician out to your home and it seemed like they were talking in another language? Or maybe you got a few quotes on a new heating or cooling system, but you weren’t sure what some of the terms meant. Well then this guide is for you.
Our goal here is to break down some of the most common words we use in the HVAC world but most people might not know. We’ll include some very basic terms, as well as more complicated ones.
When you know what a technician or sales person is talking about, rather than them talking above you, the power goes back to your hands. Our professional Simply the Best Heating & Cooling technicians are always eager and ready to answer any and all questions you may have, including breaking down everything they’re talking about to easy to understand terms.
As is the case with any complex mechanical system, your home’s HVAC system consists of a number of components which all have to be functioning well in order for this system as a whole to perform smoothly and efficiently.
When all these components are well-maintained and functioning properly, so will your HVAC unit be functioning properly. This is important to you because of the comfort and indoor air quality the system provides, as well as for its ability to keep energy bills lower.
When something goes wrong with your HVAC system in Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Scottsdale, or Gilbert, your first call should be to Simply the Best Heating & Cooling, so service can be restored promptly and effectively.
Indoor air quality is something that everyone should be aware of and trying to improve. Common things like dust, smoke, pet dander and viruses can all make your indoor air quality worse which can have a negative effect on everyone living in your home or working at your business. In this article we’ll cover some of the major topics regarding indoor air quality, how you can improve and what, if any, air purifiers work.
The goal of this guide is to explain what air quality is, why it’s important, and what you can do to improve your air quality.
Your inefficient air conditioner could be to blame. As energy costs are on the rise, it certainly pays to maximize the efficiency of your unit. Not doing so can affect the value of your home, advises paramountpmr.com.
While replacing an old unit with a new one may be the quickest solution, there are low-cost or free alternatives for increasing a cooling system’s efficiency.
In this article, we’ll look at practical ways you can improve your AC efficiency. By following these tips, you’ll slash your electricity bills while making your home more energy-efficient as well.