Archive for the 'Air Conditioning' Category

April 17th, 2019
Save on Your Air Conditioner Bills Warmer months have most homeowners cranking up the air conditioner to get relief from the heat, but we have better tips on how you can save on your bill. This cools the house and gives everyone a break from the outside heat, but often makes the electricity bill a...
March 5th, 2019
Spring is here and that means it’s time for an AC tune-up to get your unit prepped for the warmer months. At TDI Air Conditioning, we recommend that you have your AC serviced in spring time so your unit will conquer the heat. Below are some additional reasons to tend to your AC before it's too late...
January 21st, 2019
There are a large number of air quality issues that the average person will have to keep in mind when they are looking at the topic of HVAC and all the issues that surround it. Having a good air quality HVAC system will go a long way in helping to avoid some of the breathing issues that often...
December 18th, 2018
As the New Year approaches, it may be a good time to rethink your home’s HVAC system. Consider the following New Year’s resolutions for your heating and cooling system. Change Your Air Filters One of the easiest and most effective resolutions you can make in the New Year is to change your air...
November 7th, 2018
For a long time, residents of Texas had to live with extreme heat during the summertime. There was no other choice but just to learn how to live with this heat and managed to do daily errands as usual. It was not until HVAC technology started to improve and started to have more requirements to...
October 1st, 2018
Your ductwork may not always be visible, which is why you may not always be aware of its current condition. If you’ve had it for quite some time now and ignored it for years, you should have it checked because you might not have noticed that it finally needs replacing. This might just be what your...
September 15th, 2018
As homeowners, it’s not mandatory that we are always up to the date of what’s new in the technology of the HVAC world, but it sure is useful when you are. Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning systems keep you comfortable when the environment outside isn’t, but if these were capable of so much...
September 1st, 2018
Fall is a beautiful season as plants start to change in color. From up high, you can see the beauty and art of the scenery which variously shaded orange colored leaves has painted. Many find this to be the most beautiful time. Others may just like this because it signifies the transition to winter...
September 1st, 2017
Noticed your air conditioning not blowing air as cool as it used to be? Maybe it’s time to call a professional. Maybe it needs to be dismantled and looked at piece by piece. Maybe you’d have to shell out a few hundred dollars. Or maybe it needs a quick and simple...
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June 14th, 2017
Texas is a warm climate. Residents with air conditioners who live here consume a lot of energy. Does it really have to be that way? In fact, there are lots of ways you can reduce your monthly bills and still enjoy the comfort of your AC. Here are some helpful tips:   Absence of Ceiling Fans   An...
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May 1st, 2017
It’s almost summer and the temperatures are crazy hot. This is when you need your air conditioning system the most to make sure you’re comfortable in these warm months. Too much heat can be hazardous for you and your family’s health. But one of the problems that most of us face is that when you do...
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April 15th, 2017
Now that it’s spring, and summer is just around the corner, your air conditioning system is about to be running daily. Many homeowners, however, still believe in myths that make them believe they’re saving on energy costs and maximizing efficiency.   Often these myths and misconceptions not only...
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March 1st, 2017
Homeowners or owners of commercial buildings who are in the market for an air conditioning unit may be looking at the price for the most part, but it is also important to take into consideration the size of the AC unit. By “size” we mean both the size of the unit and the amount of cooling capacity...
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