Your Guide to Comfort and Efficiency


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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Tricks for Keeping Cool in Your Home During the Summer

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 4/30/2019

As the summer heat starts to intensify, homeowners might be trying to find ways to keep cool without breaking the bank.

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5 Benefits of Dehumidifier to Your Home

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 4/24/2019

When it’s hot and humid in New York, the last thing you want is damage to your home and your belongings from the extra humidity. Keeping your home cool helps, but adding a dehumidifier can help you avoid problems and create a breath of fresh air. See how a dehumidifier can save you money now and in the long run.

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5 Reasons Your Central Air Conditioning Equipment Needs a Maintenance Check

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 4/15/2019

The average cost of air conditioning repair could run into the thousands, with commercial units costing up to $15,000 to replace. If you don't want to drum up the cash for a brand new air conditioning system, there is an alternative. A professional who carries out regular AC servicing in New York can identify any problems early on, saving you money on expensive repair work.

Still not convinced? Here are five reasons why your equipment needs maintenance check.

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Should I Cover my Air Conditioner After Summer?

Posted by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 2/5/2019

As the winter months start to set in, many homeowners wonder if their AC unit needs to be covered. The only time you should cover your air conditioner is during the fall. AC units are built to withstand rain and snow, but not leaves, seeds and nuts.

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