Warmer weather means busy days for your air conditioning unit. We often take for granted that this wonderful piece of machinery keeps our homes at comfortable temperatures when the weather outside is not. We don’t often stop and wonder what we will do if our unit were to malfunction or stop working. A service call
Though they are rare, power surges can occur at any time of the day or the night. They have the potential to damage or ruin any electrical device or appliance in your home. From your waffle iron to your curling iron, your television to your coffee maker, your stereo equipment to your computer. In addition,
Air conditioning makes the interior temperatures of homes pleasant during hot summer days. It also uses a great deal of energy. This increase in energy use translates into higher utility bills during the hotter months. In order to hold down costs, it is important for homeowners to develop a Summer Energy Savings Plan based on
As the seasons change, it pays to keep an eye on home energy costs. As energy prices continue to rise, homeowners can take several steps to control, or lower, their monthly utility bills. Americans spend billions of dollars each year on electricity costs of air conditioning, accounting for up to 15% to 70% of the
Your air conditioner is making that funny grinding noise again and the air coming out of the vents is definitely warm, not cool. You need to call a repair company but are unsure which one to choose. When in doubt, look for a heating and air conditioning service company with NATE certified repair technicians. You
Over the past months, All Climate has been working with customers to collect food donations to benefit Northwest Harvest. Northwest Harvest is a statewide hunger relief agency that provides nutritious food to those who need it. Last year alone, Northwest Harvest was able to obtain over 24 million pounds of food to distribute to more
My name is Aaron Tally and I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Russ Brown and the All Climate family. Russ supported me, and a team of 10 from Overlake Christian Church, that I led to Cape Town, South Africa in Early August of 2010, by helping purchase these t-shirts shown.