March 31st, 2020
With COVID-19 (the Coronavirus) dominating headlines around the globe, we wanted to take a moment to let you know that our technicians are taking appropriate and recommended precautions against virus transmission. Whether at home, in the workplace, or out in the field, they have the information and supplies that they need to protect themselves, their coworkers, and their clients.
Our commitment to your complete satisfaction is exceeded only by our commitment to your health and safety.
If you’ve scheduled service with us already, or are thinking of doing so, rest assured in knowing that the technician coming to your residence is coming prepared not just to do the job, but to do so in the safest manner possible.
Thank you for choosing to work with us. We’re all in this together, and the least we can do is continue to guarantee your comfort!
The Complete Air & Heat Team
June 27th, 2022
Efficiency–what the heck does that even mean on its own? As long as an air conditioner cools a home, and you have the money to pay for your bills every month, then who cares if it’s efficient… Right? Your home, your rules, so this isn’t necessarily wrong.
However, instead of forcing anyone to be more efficient, we’d like to switch perspectives and talk about what you can gain from being more efficient. Imagine you end up paying 20% less on every monthly energy bill, while keeping your home just as comfortable as it is now. Think about how much fun you’ll have going to dinner at that fancy restaurant, enjoying your next vacation, or even not worrying about that AC repair in Melbourne, FL that’s coming up!
Now that we’ve got your attention, we want to start discussing a few ways that you can make your home more efficient right now. Then, we’ll let you decide if it’s worth it or not!
June 13th, 2022
It’s important to remember when reading this blog that HVAC technology is just that–technology. Technology is always changing based on scientific research that comes out, as well as customer experience. If regular people don’t like using specific types of technology, then those devices or appliances go out of style very quickly.
So, in order to stay ahead of the curve, we want to talk about two major trends in the air conditioning industry that are likely to affect you in the future. And, we want to talk about how our team is taking these trends head-on with our own service and technology. We won’t let any of our customers be left behind with poorly functioning systems, or units that aren’t as energy efficient as they could be.
Let’s talk about how air conditioning in Melbourne, FL is changing, and what you should be prepared for.
May 16th, 2022
If your air conditioner is leaking refrigerant, then chances are you’ve already spotted one of the many telltale signs. It could be making the signature bubbling and hissing noise, or it could be operating sub-par in a variety of different ways. The truth is that a refrigerant leak is going to translate differently for every air conditioner and every home. The good news is that this blog post is going to be able to help steer those homeowners who are a little lost in the right direction.
Keep reading to learn about how to pinpoint a refrigerant leak and access proper air conditioning repair in Melbourne, FL. Or, you could call our hotline listed above and get in touch with one of our customer service representatives. Talking to a pro in person is going to be easier if you feel like you have a more unique situation than listed below.
May 2nd, 2022
Your thermostat serves as the “brain” of your HVAC system. It communicates to what would otherwise be a mundane piece of cooling equipment, and turns your AC system into a monitoring device. Once the temperature reaches above the line where it’s comfortable, your AC switches on at the direction of your thermostat and starts cooling things off.
That’s why we think it’s so important to talk about thermostats, especially thermostats that are old or outdated. Newer temperature monitoring systems are able to be programmed to curb energy loss and cool your home in a more efficient manner.
For homeowners out there looking to improve their home cooling this spring, we urge you to keep reading! We’ll go into all the juicy details about how a smart thermostat in Melbourne, FL will improve your home comfort and reduce your monthly energy bill. Just make sure you call us if you’re ready for an upgrade!
April 18th, 2022
ACs typically have a regular cycle of turning on and off that will vary based on exterior temperatures. Short cycling is when an air conditioner runs for short, frequent bursts, switching off and back on at intervals of five minutes or less.
These problems occur as a result of something inhibiting an AC unit from completing a full cooling cycle. They can be attributable to a number of causes, such as a clogged air filter, a refrigerant leak, or a system that’s too large for the home it’s in.
Short cycling is a concerning behavior to see in AC units. Not only is it usually a symptom of a larger problem, but it also wears out the outside unit’s compressor. This can end up causing a lot of trouble down the road, as compressors are costly to repair and often result in homeowners being inclined to replace their entire outside unit.
April 4th, 2022
Maintenance is an inevitable part of AC ownership. Although it is something that many homeowners prefer to avoid, it’s an essential practice in saving money, time, and energy over the long term.
March 21st, 2022
The heat pump is a miracle of modern society, allowing us to seamlessly and effortlessly source and distribute air throughout our homes. It’s essential for many, especially during those times of the year when temperatures are extreme and the indoors quickly reflect the blistering heat of the outdoors. In more ways than one, heat pumps are an essential part of home comfort and livability, and are therefore important things to understand in order to use and maintain properly. In this article, we’ll review what a heat pump is, how it works, and what its proper functioning means for the temperatures of your space.
March 7th, 2022
Invisible, odorless, and without many tangible characteristics, it’s easy to take the air we breathe for granted. Despite there being evidence for poor air quality being linked to a variety of health concerns, air quality and its implications on wellbeing are often overlooked when it comes to our homes and greater society.
While many people think about air quality in terms of outdoor pollution, it’s just as important to focus on the quality of the air inside our homes and offices. Indoor air pollution is often caused by products we use every day, like cleaning supplies, paints, air fresheners, and building materials.
Through the following, we’ll detail some common contaminants that are likely to be floating around in your space, and why it’s so important to invest in improving your air quality.
February 21st, 2022
Let’s face it: in the hot summer months, as long as your air conditioner is working properly, you’re probably not paying much attention to it. So, it’s no surprise that you might not know how your AC works (no worries, that’s what we’re here for).
One of the most important parts of your home’s heating and cooling systems is the refrigerant, a compound that acts as a heat exchanger in both air conditioning units and heat pumps to cool and warm up your home.
While refrigerant is a critical part of your air conditioner, it’s also pretty bad for the environment, which is why some of the standard refrigerants are being phased out. Here are the different refrigerants that your air conditioner or heat pump may be using and what you need to do to prepare for the transition.
February 7th, 2022
An effective home heating system is important to ensure your comfort and safety when it’s cold outside. While the condition of your heater may be top-of-mind during the winter months, investing in year-round preventative maintenance can help keep your heating system in peak shape so that it’s ready when the cold weather rolls around. Here are 3 steps you can take to ensure your heater is functioning properly so that you can avoid expensive and inconvenient heater repairs. If you notice anything wrong with your heater, contact our team of experts for heating repair in Cocoa Beach, FL.