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Energy-Saving Tips For Summer!

Summer can bring the fun outside, but the energy bills up inside. After a long day of gardening, games and other outdoor activities, it’s important to have a place to “KOOL” off. In our extreme heat here in south Louisiana, having a home at a comfortable temperature is essential. However, keeping a comfortable home might…
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SEASONAL HVAC TIPS

In order to get the best performance from your HVAC system it is important to take care of it. Obviously, this means getting regular maintenance, tune-ups and repair service. But there are other ways you should be taking care of your heating and cooling system seasonally in order to make sure it has the best chance to…
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How To Take Care Of Your HVAC System When A Hurricane Hits

We all know the precautions we should take to protect our homes and families when a hurricane threatens: stock up on water and non-perishable food, get out the flashlights and weather radio, buy lots of batteries, bring in your lawn furniture and board up the windows. But did you know that you could also take precautions to…
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How to Make Your New Home’s HVAC System More Energy Efficient

So, you’ve moved into a new home and you just got your first utility bill. Is it higher than you expected? If so, your HVAC system may be the cause. According to the Department of Energy (DOE), heating and cooling account for close to 50 percent of your home energy costs. If you are struggling with higher…
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Question of the week…

When is the best time to replace my HVAC? The best time to buy an air conditioner is in the spring or fall, but an honest contractor should have comparable prices on or off-season. Spring and fall are considered “off-season” for HVAC contractors. Call Kool A/C today #225.328.1141

6 Signs That Your Air Conditioning System Is In Need Of Repairs

It’s actually not difficult to tell if your air conditioning system is in need of repairs. But sometimes inexperienced homeowners might wonder whether the air conditioner is not working. At other times, homeowners might feel that when their air conditioning system is showing signs that it needs repairs. It is better to look after the…
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Question of the week…

What is a HEPA filter? Think about the long list of important terms, buzzwords, and acronyms in your life that you haven’t quite wrapped your brain around: FDIC-insured, Big Data, Organic, to name a few.  If you’ve ever bought an air purifier or vacuum, you can probably add “HEPA” to that list. What does it…
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How does humidity impact your HVAC system?

More often than not, heat and humidity are used interchangeably when describing the hot weather we experience. However, any homeowner interested in keeping their HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Cooling) system in tip top shape will want to know the difference. Air conditioning systems help to keep homes comfortable even during the hottest days of the…
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How to Clean Your Air Vents Yourself

One of the best ways to ensure that the air in your home is clean is to keep your air vents clean. Air ducts in your house contain millions of particles of dust, hair, dirt, pollen, other allergens and even spiderwebs. Cleaning your air vents will also save you money on heating and air conditioning.…
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Fun things to do in May!

Walk MS: Baton Rouge May 4th Walk MS: Baton Rouge is an annual walk event held every spring to raise funds and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis. The walk has a 1 mile and 3 mile option for participants to choose from with rest stops along the long route. Sponsors and vendors are set up at…
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