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Do you like hot air blowing into your home during the summer? Do you like more dust? How about bugs? Okay, nobody likes or wants draft dust bugs in their home. So what do I do to stop this condition? Attic Tent. Have Air Max Heating & Cooling LLC install and Attic Tent above your…

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What makes Air Max different than many hvac companies in our market? I would say that I, Brian Loughrige (owner) am different because of whom I serve when “we” go out to work on air conditioning. My staff and I seek to give glory to Jesus Christ our savior and “work as unto the Lord”…

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Take a deep breath and then let it out. First thing to check is the thermostat. This is the controller of the hvac system. Do you have a display on the screen or is it blank. Batteries go bad and can keep the system from operating. If you have a visible display screen with the…

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Does your air conditioner leak refrigerant?  What are you going to do when R22 becomes too expense? Here are a couple issues about air conditioning. Most AC equipment is the house original and was made in 10 seer (seasonal energy efficiency rating) and contains R22 refrigerant. R22 is phased out of production (thank Captain Planet)…

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Tech tip of the day. Have your heat exchanger checked by a HVAC technician. These heaters are now condemned as dangerous due to the holes caused by age and rust. If your friends or family have a packaged gas unit in their home or business, refer them to Air Max Heating & Cooling LLC and…

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On average, for every degree you set back your thermostat, you can save 2% on your energy bill. Most people can’t tell the difference between a room set one day at 70º and the next day at 69º. In fact, the difference in temperature between your nose and your toes is likely to be greater…

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Winter….is coming. Just like in Game of Thrones, winter is coming, whatever that is down here in the South. It could be 45 degrees and raining, 34 degrees and bleary or 75 degrees and clear skies. In preparation for “whatever the weather” plan on scheduling preventative maintenance for your gas fired heater. A couple things…

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When it is 95 degrees or hotter outside, your central air conditioning will probably run non stop and the indoor temperature may rise. Why? The design conditions used in the original heat load calculation (if the hvac contractor performed a heat load, most “guestimate” based on square footage from previous homes in your neighborhood) was…

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Just Do It? You might want to wait for a professional HVAC Technician.  We have a customer who wants to do his own repairs and buys his parts from us. I normally don’t sell parts to customers, but in this case I try to help him and his family by cutting costs and saving him…

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