Dayco Systems Blog: Archive for the ‘Air Conditioning’ Category

4 Factors That Go Into AC Installation

Monday, June 20th, 2022
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If you’re shopping for a new air conditioner this time of the year, there’s a good chance you have an urgent need for it. We’re glad you found this blog post! While we are going to highlight several of the most important factors that go into an air conditioner installation, we also want to stress how important it is that you not rush into this purchase. Doing so could leave you with an inefficient and potentially ineffective cooling system.

Instead, you should work with a qualified HVAC professional, like a member of our team, to get matched with the perfect air conditioning system for your specific home and needs. Read on to learn more and when you’re ready to schedule your AC installation, give us a call!

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Dayco’s Guide to AC Tune-Ups

Monday, June 6th, 2022
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If you’ve been following our blog for very long, you’ve seen us mention maintenance tune-ups before. These are an essential part of keeping your air conditioner operating as efficiently and effectively as possible, for as long as possible. A well-maintained air conditioner will last 10-15 years, have reduced repair needs, and work way more efficiently than it would have been able to without maintenance.

Of course, you might have some questions about this service, including what’s included and whether it’s really necessary. We’ll answer these questions below. Read on!

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What Is a Multi-Family HVAC System?

Monday, May 30th, 2022
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Are you a multi-family property developer or property manager? Then you need to know about multi-family HVAC systems! These systems provide centralized air to the renters and/or homeowners inside your building, without it impacting the other units in the building.

Read on to learn more!

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3 Questions to Ask Before Purchasing an AC System

Monday, May 23rd, 2022
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A lot of assumptions are made by Marietta area residents when it comes to purchasing a new air conditioner, or even their first air conditioner. For instance, many assume that “bigger is better” and will rush out to find the biggest air conditioner they can find within their budget. This can end up being a huge mistake, and we’ll explore why below.

The main thing we want our customers to know, is that an air conditioner purchase isn’t an investment you just want to rush into. There are so many factors to consider, and diving into them all will ensure that you make an educated decision on what’s best for your specific home and needs. So, how do you do that? Well for starters, it helps to work with a highly qualified team, such as ours!

Read on as we uncover the top 3 questions to ask when purchasing an air conditioner.

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Which AC Unit is Right For Me?

Monday, May 2nd, 2022

To say that summer is just around the corner is a bit arbitrary where we live–it almost feels like summer never ends, right? This is why it’s so important to have a highly efficient and effective air conditioning system in place. If you’re in the market for a new cooling system, then now is the perfect time to make an investment, before we get into the scorching temperatures.

This is a purchase that is important not to rush into–doing so can leave you with an inefficient air conditioner, or it could even be improperly matched to your specific home and needs. There are so many factors to consider when making an AC purchase!

Do you also need to replace your furnace or radiant heating system? Do you want to increase efficiency and lower your energy bills throughout the year, and not just in the summer? Then a ductless HVAC system could be a fantastic choice. If, however, you don’t have urgent heating needs and you’ve always had a central AC system, then you might want to stay on that route.

Keep reading to learn the benefits of each, and let us help you make an educated decision.

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“Should I Buy a Dual Fuel System?”

Monday, April 25th, 2022
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If you’re considering a new air conditioner, now is the time to schedule an installation–temperatures have a few months to reach their warmest and technicians are less busy with emergency service calls than they would be during the summer or even the middle of winter–we may not get bitterly cold here long term, but we can still definitely deal with some chilly weather!

That said, if you’re looking for an air conditioner, and your heating system is also about to call it quits, you might want to consider a dual fuel system! This is a combination heat pump and furnace that offers you the best of both worlds for year-round comfort–effective cooling and efficient heating. Read on to learn more!

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Air Conditioning Prep Checklist

Monday, March 7th, 2022
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With spring just around the corner, it’s the time of year to start thinking about your air conditioner. Is it ready for the warmer weather? Goodness knows we get a lot of warm, humid weather here in the Acworth area, and you need to have peace of mind that your air conditioner is able to get through it all with as few flaws as possible.

But you can’t expect your air conditioner to work as efficiently and effectively as possible without the right prep work! And that’s what we are here for–to provide a big component of that AC prep work, in the form of professional maintenance. Read on as we describe why this is so important, and answer some common questions that come up about AC care.

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What Is the Difference Between HVAC and AC?

Monday, October 4th, 2021

If you’re trying to understand more surrounding the HVAC industry, then figuring out the meaning behind common terms is a great place to start. We’re sure that you’ve seen the terms HVAC and AC thrown around constantly. If you’ve ever wondered what the difference is between these two terms, we’re here to define them today. 

Before we go through all the details, we want you to understand that you can rely on us for your HVAC services in Canton, GA. We specialize in getting you high-quality HVAC services whenever you need them. We can get you any services you need no matter if it’s HVAC services or AC services in particular. Let’s talk about all this below…

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Are Ductless Systems More Efficient Than Traditional HVAC?

Monday, September 20th, 2021
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When you live somewhere that is as consistently hot and humid as the Canton area, chances are you want to do all that you can to save on your energy bills–and this includes using your HVAC systems as efficiently as possible. So you may be wondering if you even have the right HVAC system in place. If you’re considering the installation of a ductless system, you’ve come to the right place!

But the question is, is a ductless system more efficient than a traditional HVAC system? The short answer is, “In most cases, YES!” But it truly depends on a few factors, which we’ll get into below. For many homeowners, a ductless system is absolutely worth the investment. Here’s why!

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What Constitutes an HVAC Emergency in Georgia?

Monday, September 6th, 2021
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If there’s anything we care about most here at Dayco Systems, it’s the comfort of our customers. Without you, we wouldn’t be able to provide the great products and services we do throughout Canton and the surrounding communities. So when you have an HVAC problem, we’re here to address it for you, right away.

Of course, not all HVAC system problems are emergencies. At least, they don’t always have to be! The best way to avoid unexpected problems, of course, is with routine, annual HVAC maintenance. This service helps our technicians spot small problems before they become much bigger ones. Of course, if you skipped maintenance or your system is getting up there in age (10-15 years) you may have one of the following common emergencies happen in your home.

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