Conditioned Air Services

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Conditioned Air Services
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Conditioned Air Services offers Furnace Repair services in Grand Prairie TX.

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Most the time we don't think about the plumbing in our homes till it becomes an insurance claim or the family is visiting. We are doing a $49 Home Plumbing Inspection and yes the water heater in on the 60 point inspection. http://youtu.be/HCwLVKeeWmo
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Hi Everyone Did you ever wonder where to check to see if your electric company and/or government is giving a rebate, credit or tax credit when you are going to replace your AC/Heating system or an appliance in your house? Well I ran across this site a few years ago and have been using it ever since. You can look it up by state or do a search and it will give you a link to the website for the rebate, credit or tax credit which will have all the information that apply for that credit. http://www.dsireusa.org/
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Welcome to Conditioned Air Services. Hint 1: Maintenance I know it’s never thought about till the A/C or Heating goes out. I work in this line of work and I don’t even think about it. Here is something that may help you. You spend 8-12 hours a day in your home. You only spend 2-4 in your car day. If you did a simple calculation to compare your A/C unit to your Car. • Your A/C unit runs a total of ABOUT 1600 hours a summer (depends on your area). That depends on a lot of your lifestyle factures but it’s a pretty good number. • Let’s set your car speed at 75mph on an open freeway. So let’s not even make your car motor run at max. Maybe 2000-3000 rpms. You’re A/C runs at its MAX every time it comes on if you have a single stage unit, which most people have. Simple math for this example: Mph x hours • Your car would have gone 120,000 miles in just ONE SUMMER. I don’t think it would make it that far between oil changes and tires but feel free to give it a try. I think my son trying that with his old truck. I’m just waiting for the phone call. You change the oil in your car every 3-5k and your tires every 50-80k and several other things which cost 1000’s. Give or take a few. Why wouldn’t you have your A/C system looked at every 120,000 miles (Cooling only). You should get you’re A/C and Heating unit checked twice a year. A REAL A/C and Heating Tune-up cost around $65.00 or $75.00 per unit. I’m not talking about that drive-by look, where they just feel the line and say “Yap, that there line is BEER CAN COLD. IT MUST BE WORKING.” It takes 45 minutes to 90 minutes to do it right per the manufacture. Have fun with this and let me know if you get a blank look. LOL Ask your A/C guy this and he should have an exact on one of these or he didn’t do his job for the cooling side. What was the Sub Cooling? Their answer should be in the area between 8 to 14 degrees. (Manufactures vary) What was the Super Heat? Their answer should be in the area between 10-12 degrees. (Manufactures vary) Please let me know if you have any questions about A/C or Heating. Its what we do. Guy

Welcome to our Facebook page! Thank you to everyone for joining. Im not very good at this FB stuff so let me know if you have idea's for it.