Air Conditioning, Heating Service, Furnace Repair at Staten Island

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  1. Air Conditioners and Circuit Breakers

    Summer time can be unbearable without the comforting hum of an air conditioner. In order for an air conditioner to work properly, it must draw a good deal of power from your home. This is one of the major reasons why energy bills sky rocket during hot months. Considering the...
  2. Preparing Thermostat for Vacation this summer

    Summer vacations are the best time of the year. It is the point in life where you can forget about your responsibilities and spend quality time with the people who you love and cherish. Before you depart for a summer adventure, there are some many things that need to be...
  3. My HVAC system is making a weird noise

    The gentle whooshing noise of a running air conditioner, on a hot NYC afternoon, is a welcomed sound.  When an HVAC system is running optimally, that is the only sound that will emanate from the machine. If you hear any other noises coming from your system, it indicates that there...
  4. How does an Air Conditioner Work?

    Most cooling appliances operate in a similar fashion; they use chemicals that convert gas to liquid. The ability for an air conditioner to reduce ambient air temperature in a room is structured around a simple scientific principle and the application of a couple mechanical techniques. Air conditioners use refrigeration to...

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