Category: Cooling Blog

Summer in Pittsburgh is often the best time of year for residents and visitors, with plenty of places to go and great sights to see, but it can get pretty hot- not to mention humid. Fortunately, finding fun things to do that will also keep you cool isn’t hard in one of America’s Most Livable […]

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Throughout the Northeast, temperatures have risen into the 90s along with high humidity, bringing on a serious summer heat wave. While it might seem like a good time to soak up the sun or hit the pool, heat waves can be a dangerous part of summer for many people. In time for this summer’s heat […]

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Looking for ways to save energy while staying cool this summer? It’s no surprise that cooling a home consumes a lot of energy and leads to higher energy bills as a result. In an average household in the U.S., it’s estimated that heating and cooling consumes half of all energy used. Rather than sweating the […]

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Every summer when the sun heats up and temperatures rise, air conditioning can usually save the day. Whether it’s central air or a window unit in our home, or chilled air coming through our car vents, we can easily find a release from the heat for physical comfort and safety. Learning more about the history […]

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When temperatures and humidity rise, and open windows and ceiling fans won’t cut it anymore, you’re probably ready to turn on your central air to cool down your home. But when you go to do so, nothing happens. What could be keeping your air conditioner from turning on? 1.    Thermostat Trouble It was a long, […]

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Warm weather and the summer season call on air conditioning for a cool, comfortable, and safe environment you and your family can count on. After months of inactivity, it’s important for homeowners to maintain their air conditioning system prior to startup and to practice routine maintenance year-round. When it’s time to turn on your air […]

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Spring arrived recently, according to our calendars, but Pittsburgh weather has consisted of wintery cold and snow for months. Our furnaces are still running, and memories of sunshine, green yards, and blue skies have slipped away, along with recollections of turning on our air conditioning. Nonetheless, Gilley says we should remember that the weather will […]

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