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To be Cool or not to be Cool, that is the question?

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Do you worry that you A/C system is on it's last legs?

Are you dreading a breakdown and costly repairs? A new A/C breezes through the hot humid summer months and will spend it's lifetime keeping you cool!

The All-Pro Series of Air Conditioning 10 Years Parts & Labor Warranty (Continue to maintain your new system once a year with any licensed installer and you're covered)

The benefits of replacing your old system

  • Increased comfort and quieter.
  • Healthier Indoor Air Quality.
  • Energy efficient, lower utility bills.
  • No costly repairs for 10 Years, 10 Years of worry free comfort
  • A Wi-Fi Thermostat that enables you to monitor consumption and faults, controls your preferred temperature whether you are at home or away, it even reminds you to change your filter.

You can trust All-Pro!

 

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2021 Hurricane Season

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Living in Florida, you probably are used to preparing for bad weather, but is preparing your Air Conditioning System part of that routine?

According to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1 through November 30, is expected to be an “above normal” season with 13 to 20 named storms, including 3 to 5 major hurricanes (category 3, 4 or 5; with winds of 111 mph or higher).

These tips will keep you comfortable and your AC protected in the event of a hurricane:

Clear and Cover

Prior to the storm, bring in any outdoor tables, chairs or other items that could become airborne and cause damage to the AC System. You can even cover the outside unit with a tarp in order to keep it free from flying leaves, dirt and other debris, but make sure to remove the covering before you turn the unit back on!

Cool Down Your House

Before the threat of the storm is imminent, try cooling your house as much as possible so you are comfortable for a while after you turn off your AC System.

Turn Off the Power

Nearly 90% of all electrical system damage occurs when the AC is left on during a thunderstorm or hurricane. You may have to tolerate a bit of heat and humidity when you turn off your AC but leaving it on could cost you thousands of dollars in repairs.

Wait 20 Minutes

Keep the AC off until the storm passes and don't be in a rush to turn it back on. In the event of flooding, don’t restore power to the equipment until it is completely dry and you are certain that it is safe to do so.

Even if the unit looks unharmed, wait a minimum of 20 minutes after the power is restored to turn the AC System back on. Unstable or “dirty” power is common in the minutes after the power returns.

Stay safe and don’t forget to include your AC System in your Hurricane Preparedness Plan. 

Helpful Links 

NOAA:

National Hurricane center

FloridaDisaster.org:

Hurricanes

Plan and Prepare

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How High Heat Effects Your AC

Heat waves are becoming more frequent and severe.

The results of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) experiments show that land areas on earth have become more likely to experience extreme heat.

Not only will you feel the effects when you take the kids to the park, but your air conditioner will experience it while you're cooling off at home.

Air conditioners are a type of "heat pump". That means they transfer heat from one place to another (from inside your house to outside). Normally, heat travels from a hotter area to cooler area so it naturally enters your home on a hot day. The air conditioner works to remove this heat and discharges it to the air outside.

The hotter the outdoor temperature, the harder your AC has to work. One of the effects of high heat is a drop in efficiency.

Your air conditioner efficiency drops when it has to work harder to cool your home, costing you money as your electricity consumption rises.

Since your air conditioner has to work harder and longer, it's inevitable that the lifespan of the unit will be reduced. Moving parts like the fan motor and compressor components burn out quicker and your AC needs more thorough maintenance to reduce and postpone total failure.

To help improve air conditioner's performance locate your outdoor air conditioner in a shady area, preferably with trees nearby, will allow it to run at a cooler temperature than the surrounding air. Setting the temperature inside your home to a slightly higher temperature, like 76°F (24°C) instead of the usual 72°F (22°C), will allow your unit to work less. If it's still too warm, combine your air conditioner with other means of cooling, like a standing fan or ice packs.

If your unit is close to its end of life, consider replacing it sooner. You will have the benefit of a unit that's more efficient and will reduce the risk of sudden failure on the hottest day.

Keep your AC in the best shape

Give us a call if you need to assess whether your air conditioner can handle the heat this summer and we'll help keep you cool during the worst of heat waves.

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All-Pro Electrical & Air Conditioning
1181 S Rogers Circle
Boca Raton, FL 33487

(561) 988-0460

 

Business Hours

Monday – Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

24 Hour Emergency
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HVAC License#
CAC-1817117

Electrical License#
EC-13003203

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