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5 Myths About Air Conditioners and HVAC Repairs — Busted!

Total Air, Inc.

Rated 4.9 out of 393 reviews

Everyone has some interesting tips and tricks they’ve developed to stay as cool as possible during the hot summer months, ideally without spending their entire paychecks on air conditioning costs. In many cases, having a functional air conditioning system isn’t just a convenience — it’s also a medical necessity for many Americans of all ages. Even if you don’t need an air conditioner in your home, it’s not easy to go on a Netflix binge for seven hours straight when it’s so hot that you’re sweating just from breathing.

It doesn’t matter why you need or want a good air conditioner, and it doesn’t even matter how often you intend to use it; you deserve to have an HVAC system that will keep you comfortable without costing a fortune and without causing a lot of stress.

Unfortunately, many less-than-trustworthy heating and air conditioning repair companies know that their customers aren’t HVAC repair experts, and with all of the new energy-efficient technology rolling out these days, it’s easy for certain misconceptions to take hold which actually hurt consumers in the long run.

So, with that in mind, here are some of the most common misconceptions and myths surrounding the HVAC repair industry, along with the correct facts that will help you save money and stay cool this summer:

Now we’re asking our readers for some help: you’ve heard some of the most common myths about air conditioning and HVAC repairs, but you definitely haven’t heard them all, and maybe you even have a couple of questions of your own about other “helpful hints” you’ve heard about. Feel free to visit the comments section below and share any thoughts or questions you have!

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