Mark Carpenter Plumbing Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Replacement’

How to Find the Right New AC for Your Home

Monday, May 6th, 2019

air-conditioner-units-near-grassYou’re planning to put in a new air conditioning system for your house. Maybe your older air conditioner has failed, you think your current is an energy-waster that won’t last much longer, or you’re moving into a new house that doesn’t have an AC in place yet. Whatever the reason, you’re in the market for air conditioning in Portales, NM, and you have some choices to make.

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Repair Old AC Troubles Before the Hot Weather Arrives

Monday, April 22nd, 2019

Air-conditioner-repairmanSummer is coming, and you’re probably already making plans for the hot weather. But do those plans include getting your trusty air conditioner fixed up and ready to make its big debut when the heat ramps up?

Regular AC maintenance in spring is one of the essential ways to ensure a cooling system can handle a rigorous New Mexico summer. But this post isn’t about the routine tasks done each spring. We’re concerned about an air conditioner that’s already shown signs it has problems. If you shut down your air conditioner last year when it was indicating a malfunction, it’s vital for you to call a Clovis, NM, HVAC company to schedule repairs. You want an AC with a clean bill of health before the summer—or else have a new one installed before then.

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Winter Is Actually a Good Time for AC Replacement

Monday, November 5th, 2018

residential-acAlthough we’ve got “plumbing” right in the name of our company, we also offer services to repair, maintain, and replace air conditioning systems.

We know what you’re probably thinking right now: Why bring up air conditioning systems when winter officially starts next month? Isn’t this the time to worry about heating?

You’re right that heating is important to consider for this year (and your water heater in particular). However, it’s also one of the most convenient times to have major service done for your air conditioning system—such as having it replaced if it’s gotten too old or too ineffective. The reason is simple: there’s no rush to get a new system in, and you won’t have to a worry about being without an AC for a short time when the work’s being done.

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