Video Articles

Video — Do I Need To Schedule a Maintenance Appointment?

October 21, 2019
A service tech discusses HVAC service with a customer. Do I need to schedule a maintenance appointment?

Regularly scheduled maintenance can help you catch symptoms of bigger problems before they become an issue for your business. Catching symptoms of trouble early on can keep your units working efficiently and safely as long as possible. Just like a regular physical, a regularly scheduled maintenance appointment can help find and diagnose problems that would…

Continue Reading

Video – Replace Your Air Filter

September 10, 2019
Don't let your air become a health hazard.

Change your Lancaster HVAC filters regularly, as recommended, which is usually at least every three months. A good HEPA filter will catch the particles before they reach your lungs. There’s so much floating in the air our eyes can’t see, and changing your filter as recommended makes all the difference.

Continue Reading

Video – The Importance of Air Conditioner Maintenance

August 5, 2019
This picture shows an example of a clean AC unit.

Call 661-231-8118 to make your appointment to have one of our skilled technicians come out to your home to maintain your unit. It’s best to have your investment protected by having it cleaned and inspected.

Continue Reading

Video – Common Mistakes When Buying a New AC

August 5, 2019
This is an infographic showing which size AC you should buy.

It’s time to replace your old or broken AC unit in your Lancaster home and you don’t want anything to go wrong with the new one. Avoid the common mistakes people make when purchasing a new air conditioner and learn how to prevent them.

Continue Reading

Video – What is Carbon Monoxide?

January 30, 2019
Carbon Monoxide Informational Video

Carbon monoxide is a poisonous, odorless, tasteless gas. It is formed by the incomplete combustion of carbon, or the incomplete burning of natural gas and other things that contain carbon. It can often be mixed with other gasses with odors. Carbon monoxide can result from the burning of any of these, gasoline, kerosene, oil, propane,…

Continue Reading