Your Guide to Comfort and Efficiency

How to Pick the Best Air Conditioning Contractor in Westchester, New York

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 8/13/2019

Having to repair or replace your air conditioning system in the middle of summer is never fun. But if you find yourself in such a scenario, you will need to hire an HVAC contractor who is properly trained, insured, and specialized to work on the equipment in your home.

Here's how you can choose an HVAC contractor to work on the HVAC system in your home or office:

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9 Ways to Reduce Air Conditioner Power Consumption

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 7/16/2019

Has your electricity bill skyrocketed this summer? More than likely, your air conditioning usage is the reason for the big uptick in costs. There are many factors that affect how efficient your AC is, including age, space it’s being used in, air ducts and the weather.

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Home AC: When Is It Time to Replace

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 6/25/2019

Summer has arrived in Westchester. As the days get hotter, many homeowners might be wondering if they should invest in a new air conditioning unit, or continue to repair and operate an old, inefficient one.

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4 Tips to Stay Cool on the 4th of July

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 6/24/2019

With the 4th of July just around the corner, many homeowners are prepping for barbecues, watching sports, viewing firework displays, and having people over for the festivities. But how do you let your guests stay cool in the summer heat, without breaking the bank on energy bills?

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Five Ways to Keep Your Home Cool Without Central A/C

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 5/14/2019

Central air and window units aren't the only ways to cool down a hot house. See our list of alternative solutions to beat the summer heat.

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Causes of HVAC Airflow Problems

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 5/7/2019

Airflow issues are among the most common HVAC problems. Some of the most common symptoms include no air/ low airflow from vents, hot and cold spots throughout your home, or warm air coming out of your AC.
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