Category Archives: AC Maintenance

Clogged Condensate Drain Line

How to Unclog a Clogged AC Drain Line

An air conditioner is a big investment. It also carries with it a lot of important factors regarding your home and family life. It will: Last between 15 and 20 years Ensure the comfort of your family Safeguard indoor air quality Protect wood furniture and door, and window frames There is a lot more to Read more…

How Often Should I Change My Home AC’s Air Filter

How Often Should I Change My Home AC’s Air Filter?

The primary purpose of your home’s air filter is to keep dust and other contaminants from collecting on your evaporator coils and other parts of your HVAC system. Home air filters are for maintaining your HVAC system, improving your home’s air quality is just a bonus. Air filters only need to be changed when they’re Read more…

The Importance of AC Maintenance

The Importance of AC Maintenance

If your air conditioner seems to be running smoothly, you may be wondering, “why does my AC need professional maintenance?” The reality is, regular preventative maintenance comes with several benefits that can save you time and money and even improve your health! Blair’s Air Conditioning and Heating is here to explain why AC maintenance is so Read more…

Home AC Air Filter Replacement

Home AC Air Filter Replacement

For most of us, air filters are out of sight, out of mind. This is because most people don’t really understand how the filters work and the important role they play in our home’s comfort. Here are three signs that will tell you it’s time to change your air filter. 1. Your Energy Bill Is High Read more…

The Ultimate Guide to Winter AC Maintenance

The Ultimate Guide to Winter AC Maintenance

Although scheduling maintenance for your home’s AC system may not be at the top of your 2017 New Year’s Resolutions, there are a few important reasons it should be a priority. Let the best air conditioning company in Tampa Bay explain why your AC system needs winter maintenance. Winter AC Maintenance Tips If you’ve invested Read more…

4 Cool Tips for End of Summer AC Maintenance

4 Cool Tips for End of Summer AC Maintenance

  Summer is winding down, and that means the end of vacations, back to school shopping, and preparing for cooler temperatures. But have you thought about how hard your air conditioner has worked to keep you and your family cool and comfortable all summer? AC maintenance is essential to keep the cool times going even Read more…

Why You Should Keep Your AC Drain Line Clean

Why You Should Keep Your AC Drain Line Clean

Some homeowners make the mistake of ignoring the various parts that comprise their overall HVAC system. The drain line is a vital component to the effective operation of your HVAC, and having a clog can cause major problems down the road that could have been easily avoided. Here are three important reasons you should maintain Read more…

How Your AC Is Hurting Your Business

How Your AC Is Hurting Your Business

As a business owner, you focus a considerable amount of attention on customer satisfaction, productivity, and your bottom line. While there are numerous steps to take to achieve these and other specific goals you have, you may overlook the important role your air conditioning system plays in the overall success of your business. When you Read more…

Tips to Prevent Mold in Your Air Conditioner

Tips to Prevent Mold in Your Air Conditioner

Mold and mildew can cause major problems if they are allowed to spread, especially when it comes to your central air conditioning system. Unfortunately, these microscopic organisms can grow quickly. Homeowners must be vigilant about preventing this. If mold and mildew grow inside the ducts of your air conditioning system, it can cause the AC Read more…

How to Change an Air Conditioner Filter

How to Change an Air Conditioner Filter

“In most of your residential homes, your air filters are going to be located in your return air, which is usually right by your thermostat. To change your filter, you want to open this grill up. There’s usually a couple of fasteners at the top, so you simply rotate these out and pull down the Read more…