Central VS Ductless: Which Air Conditioning System Is Right For You?

Outdoor condensers for air conditioning system

If you’re like many, you’ve probably never given the question much thought. But if you’re in the market for a new air conditioning system, it might be something worth thinking through. Where to start? Glad you asked. The Air Hawk team has compiled a list of things you should consider before deciding whether central or […]

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Tips to Keep Your AC Running Efficiently During a Heat Wave

Tips to Avoid Summer Heat Wave

Extreme temperatures continue to be an issue this summer season. When extreme weather hits, it’s important that you’re prepared. It can be dangerous—especially for the young and elderly—to be suck indoors without access to cool, quality air. Follow our tips to keep your air conditioning unit running efficiently—even during a heat wave. Keep Those Filters […]

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Common Summer AC Problems

Certified HVAC Contractors Can Help You Save

Bring it on, Florida. We can handle the summer heat that you throw at us, as long as we have our trusty air conditioners. But what happens when common summer AC problems leave your air conditioner at a stand-still? Getting professional help is always the best move, but before you make that call, below are […]

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Three Reasons to Upgrade to a Smart Thermostat

HVAC Technology Has Changed Our Lives

Other than occasionally adjusting the temperature to our liking, we usually do not think much about our thermostat.  You may still have an old mercury-based thermostat, or maybe you have an electronic thermostat and assume you are on the cutting edge of technology.  Over time, this apathy can be expensive. Newer, smart thermostats are programmable […]

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What is the Lifespan of an Air Conditioner?

Lifespan of AC

What is the lifespan of an air conditioner, you ask? Central air conditioners typically last from 12 to 15 years if it is properly installed and maintained. The AC lifespan may be reduced if its capacity is not properly matched to the cooling load of the home. If your air conditioner is too big for […]

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Adding Onto Your Home Affects Your AC

adding onto your home effects your AC

Adding a new room to your house is an exciting venture, but are you aware of how adding onto your home affects your AC? Here are a few things to consider while you’re planning for that new addition.  Will My Existing AC Unit be Enough You need to make sure that the AC unit you […]

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Common Questions About HVAC

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I change my air filters? Dirty air filters are the top reason for HVAC system failure and expensive AC repair. They restrict air flow into your systems air handler which places additional strain on the air handler fan motor. We recommended you change your air filter once a month. If the filter […]

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