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Category: Air Conditioning


Top Things to Consider When Buying a New A/C

Monday, May, 27th, 2019 at 1:46 pm by siteadmin

Is it time for a new air conditioner? Now is the perfect time to install one, because we aren’t too far into summer yet. If you buy now, you have the best chance of staying cool all summer long. Here are a few things we’ll help you consider when you get your A/C through Larry & Sons. The size of your home. Generally, larger homes need larger A/C units or you may choose to install [Read More...]

Is it Time For a New Air Conditioner?

Wednesday, April, 17th, 2019 at 2:57 pm by siteadmin

Are you thinking about getting a new A/C unit for your home? Maybe you were considering it at the end of last summer but you decided to wait until spring to make the final decision. Well, guess what? Spring is here! Here’s how you can decide if you need a new A/C? Is your A/C old? If it uses freon as a coolant, it will need to be replaced the next time you need more [Read More...]

Do You Need a New Air Conditioner?

Thursday, August, 23rd, 2018 at 10:53 pm by larrysons-seequs

When your air conditioner just stops working, it’s usually pretty clear that you need a new one. However, most units will let you know that they are struggling before they stop working entirely. If you can read the signs, you can replace it before it dies entirely. That way, you never have to be uncomfortable in your home. Not sure what you’re looking for? Here are some signs that you might need a new A/C. [Read More...]

3 Things You Need to Do to Get Your AC Ready for Spring

Friday, April, 13th, 2018 at 1:19 pm by larrysons-seequs

The mercury is climbing, the sun is shining, and it’s finally starting to feel a bit more like spring in our next of the woods. With the warmer weather, we will soon be cranking up our air conditioners for the first time of the season. Even if you performed proper maintenance when shutting down your cooling system at the end of last fall, it’s still important to tackle a couple tasks before firing it up [Read More...]