• Technology has allowed us to connect to multiple facets of our daily life—and that includes our homes. A home automation, or connected home, system connects electronic home products to Internet-enabled devices so you can access them remotely.  To [...]

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    Our trained technicians will perform the following services as part of the tune-up: Check refrigerant level and adjust (may result in additional charge if low) Clean outdoor condenser coils Check for correct air flow Measure temperature [...]

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    Variable speed fans operate on a simple principle: they are able to spin at different speeds depending on the heating and cooling needs of your home. Usually, they operate at lower speeds, delivering a steady, reliable stream of warm or cool air to [...]

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    Permit requirements vary by location. Some municipalities do require a permit. If it is required, Just Right Air and Heat will obtain the necessary permit.

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    No, we cannot provide a quote over the phone, as pricing varies based on your needs and the unique conditions in your home. In order to properly size your system, a detailed load calculation must be performed by a qualified technician. Installing an [...]

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    If your unit is 7 years old or older, requires frequent repairs or stops working, fails to heat or cool areas of your home, runs excessively or constantly turns on and off, or produces high utility bills, it can be more economical to replace your [...]

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    No, you don't want your air conditioner to be too large. Air conditioners control the comfort level in your home by cooling the air and by removing humidity. An over-sized air conditioner can cool your home faster, but it will use more energy and [...]

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    Here are some suggestions that can help you reduce your energy costs: •  Upgrade to a high-efficiency system - Swapping your old, inefficient air conditioning unit for a new, high-efficiency one can cut electricity bills by up to one-third. [...]

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    The average lifespan for an air conditioner is 10 to 15 years. Some air conditioners last up to 20 years. As interesting as these data points may be, they don't tell you the whole story. The issue is that a variety of factors affect the lifespan [...]

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    Generally allow one day for replacing a heating and air conditioning system. Installing a brand new central heating and cooling system, including duct work , may take two days. Be aware that reputable contractors will refuse to install a new air [...]

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