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

An Important Reason for AC Maintenance: Allergies and Asthma

Monday, March 20th, 2023

It’s spring again (or at least it’s one day away as we’re writing this), and that means you can start making your plans for the warmer weather. You can even start making some of those big summer plans, because you know how fast time sometimes flies.

Just don’t let it fly by too fast that you forget to schedule AC maintenance in Roswell, GA. This is a vital service to have done each year for your air conditioning system, and it provides numerous benefits: higher system energy efficiency, fewer repair issues, a longer AC lifespan, a valid warranty, and fewer allergy and asthma troubles.

Wait a minute … allergy and asthma troubles? Is that an actual benefit of having your AC maintained?

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How Inverter AC Systems Can Save You Money on Your Energy Bills

Monday, March 13th, 2023

You might think of air conditioning technology as relatively stable, if not stagnant. ACs haven’t changed much over the past twenty years, or maybe thirty to forty years.

This isn’t true, however! Cooling and heating manufacturers are always looking for ways to improve their products, especially in the realm of energy efficiency. Reducing the amount of energy air conditioner models consume not only improves the finances of the homeowners who have them installed, they contribute overall to a healthier environment. 

One of the key developments in AC technology is the inverter air conditioner. These systems, often referred to as high-efficiency air conditioning systems, are becoming more popular with homeowners. We install the top brand of inverter air conditioners in Acworth, GA and throughout Metro Atlanta, and we’d like to show you how installing one of these cooling systems can help you save on your monthly energy bills.

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When Should I Call for Heat Pump Repair?

Monday, November 21st, 2022

Nobody wants their heat pump to break down. But if you don’t care for it as you should, that’s exactly what can happen. Fortunately, you have our team on your side if this does happen, to make recommendations for repairs or perhaps even a system upgrade if your AC was on its last legs anyway.

While that’s great though, you’d probably like to know what the top reasons are for this happening to begin with so you can prevent it from happening, right? Read on as we uncover 4 of these top reasons.

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Professional AC Installation vs DIY Installation

Monday, September 5th, 2022

For homeowners looking to have an air conditioner installed during this time of the year, we are certain that time doesn’t seem like it’s on your side. We understand, however, that rushing into a purchase of this scope could end up leaving you with an air conditioning system that operates ineffectively and inefficiently, plus has a number of repair needs. It may not even last its entire 10-15 year lifespan.

Issues such as these can absolutely be avoided though! How? By contacting experienced and qualified professionals such as the Dayco staff for your air conditioning system installation. Whether you’re in the market for a central air conditioner, heat pump, or ductless system, anything outside of a portable window unit needs to be installed by a professional vs. a DIY job. Read on to learn why.

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Dayco’s Guide to Inverter Air Conditioning

Monday, August 22nd, 2022

Many, if not most, homeowners throughout Acworth and beyond use a central air conditioner for their whole-home cooling. There is a good reason for this–central AC systems have been around a long time and their technology has come a long way. Heat pumps and ductless systems are increasing in popularity and they’re great too, but an inverter air conditioner can be the perfect choice for your specific home.

As time as passed central air conditioning technology has grown, and now we have the inverter air conditioner. An inverter AC system is a central AC system that has the unique ability that will help you save energy and money. Read on to learn more about these systems!

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HVAC Tips For New Homeowners

Monday, August 8th, 2022

Being a new homeowner is an exciting time in anyone’s life! It can also be a really stressful time if you’re not adequately prepared. Whether you’ve moved into a home already equipped with central HVAC systems, or you’re having your own installed for the first time, we have some tips!

It starts with making sure your systems are professionally installed. Whether it’s an air conditioner or a heater, you want to ensure that the unit is properly matched and properly sized for your specific home. This requires a trained and experienced professional doing what’s called a load calculation–looking at factors such as the square footage of your home, but also how high the ceilings are, the level of insulation in the home, and the number of windows and doors, among other factors.

Caring for your HVAC systems doesn’t stop at installation! You also want to maintain these systems. Read on to learn more about how to do this.

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HVAC Repair vs Replacement – What to Know

Monday, July 18th, 2022

We’re in the midst of summertime, and if you’re currently experiencing air conditioning problems, it can be a little panic-inducing, right? You might be wondering if it’s worth calling for AC repair in Canton, GA or if you should just buy a new air conditioner altogether. If you do decide on the latter, then it’s important that you do not rush into this decision. Rushing into an air conditioner purchase could leave you with a system that’s not matched with your home correctly.

It will take talking to an HVAC professional on our team, but we can help you determine which is best–an AC repair or a new AC installation in Canton, GA, and if it’s the latter we’ll do everything necessary to make sure you’re set up with the right unit. In the meantime, read on to learn the difference between when repairs are best and when replacement is best. Keep in mind, these rules apply to your central furnace, too!

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What Are the Pros and Cons of a Ductless Air Conditioner?

Monday, July 18th, 2022

Ductless air conditioners, also referred to as ductless mini-splits or simply ductless systems, have become increasingly popular for residents and business owners throughout Acworth and beyond. You may be one of many homeowners considering having a ductless system installed in your home. But, you may also be wondering what the pros and cons are.

We’re happy to go over this with you! The best way to do this is to compare and contrast a ductless system with a central air conditioner. Read on to learn more!

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Can My Air Conditioning Efficiency Decline?

Monday, July 4th, 2022

When you get a new air conditioner, it automatically comes with an efficiency rating called SEER- Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This is the measurement of how much power your air conditioner outputs versus how much energy it uses. The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient your air conditioner!

A common question that homeowners have about this, then, is “is it possible for that number to decline?” The answer is yes, it can! But you actually have control over how much it does so. Read on to learn more!

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4 Factors That Go Into AC Installation

Monday, June 20th, 2022

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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