Schaal Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Blog : Archive for April, 2017

Do I Need Professional Air Conditioning Repairs?

Monday, April 24th, 2017

AC-unit-outdoorsDuring the hottest time of the year, you really need your air conditioning system to step up to the plate and to cool your home effectively and reliably. While we would love to install an air conditioner for you that is guaranteed to work properly at all times, this is simply not possible. While investing in quality equipment and having that equipment regularly tuned up by trained professionals will help you to get the best cooling experience you can, no air conditioner is perfect.

That is why you really should learn how to spot the signs that you need air conditioning repairs in Des Moines, IA. You see, the fact that an air conditioner is operational does not mean that it is operating properly. Most problems will not result in an immediate breakdown of your air conditioner. However, they can do very serious damage over time if given the chance. When it comes to repairing your air conditioner, swift action is always best.

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Are You Ready to Replace Your AC?

Monday, April 10th, 2017

question-markDon’t let this post get your hopes up too much. It is still going to be a while yet before your air conditioning system is put into regular rotation. That is precisely the point, though. It only makes sense to replace your air conditioner in Des Moines, IA before you really need it to be there for you, right? If you wait until the summer season to get underway before replacing your system, then you risk a period of discomfort while you wait for your new AC to be up and running.

At the same time, we fully understand that a brand new whole-house cooling system is a major investment for most homeowners. That is why we are here to help you decide if the time is right for a full replacement. Following are a few points of consideration to keep in mind when weighing your options. Just remember that the fact that your AC can be repaired and kept running does not meant that it should be.

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