Posts By: Chris Long

The ABCs of AC: 7 Things to Ask When Buying a New Air Conditioning System

When you bought your home, you knew the right questions to ask: How much space is there? Is this a quiet neighborhood? What are the schools like? But when it comes to buying new air conditioners, homeowners often aren't sure what to ask HVAC companies. If you're searching for a new AC unit, be sure you pose these questions: Continue Reading... Read More

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Six Things to Do to Prepare Your AC System for Summer Vacation

Vacations are designed to be relaxing, but they also take some work. Whether you’re heading to the Jersey shore for a few days or flying across the ocean for a few weeks, your trip is going to involve some level of preparation. So let’s see…you’ve booked your hotel reservations, you’re all packed, and you’ve arranged for someone to look after your pets. But what about your air conditioning system? It deserves some time off as well. Here are a few HVAC maintenance steps you should take before you leave for vacation. Continue Reading... Read More

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Too Much of a Good Thing: Don’t Overuse Your Air Conditioning

Central air is a remarkable thing. It keeps us cozy during frigid winter nights and cools us on sweltering summer days. There are times where we sit back and wonder how humanity got by without it. But when it comes to air conditioning, it’s possible to have too much of a good thing. Blasting your air conditioning non-stop isn’t good for you or your energy bill. Continue Reading... Read More

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A Home for a Hero: All Seasons Assists in Operation Legacy Project

All Seasons Comfort Control is a family-owned heating and cooling company, but we don’t just define “family” as the people living under our roof. “We always want to bring our customers into the family with us,” says Chris Long, All Seasons’ general manager, “so we always give them the best options that we can.” One of those customers is Matthew Renner. Continue Reading... Read More

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Buying a New AC System? One Size Does Not Fit All.

In the world of air conditioners, it's possible to have too much of a good thing. Every home is different, and a bigger AC isn't always better. The size of the air conditioning system you need for your home will hinge on several different factors. If you're asking yourself, "What size air conditioner do I need for my home?" read on to find out how to answer that question. Continue Reading... Read More

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The Benefits of Having an Attic Fan for Your HVAC System

Have you ever gone into your attic at the height of summer? It’s like teleporting into Death Valley. Temperatures inside your attic can surpass 100 degrees, and that heat can seep downstairs into rooms that your HVAC system is working hard to keep air conditioned. Continue Reading... Read More

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10 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Summer

  After months of gray, frigid weather, you’re more than ready for summer to arrive. But can you say the same thing for your home and your air conditioning system? The warm weather months can take quite a toll on your property, and your energy bill. Luckily, there are a few steps you can take to make sure your home is ready for summer. Continue Reading... Read More

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Will New Steel Tariffs Mean Higher HVAC Equipment Prices?

The Trump administration has imposed new tariffs on steel and aluminum, a move that has HVAC system manufacturers worried. The 25 percent tariffs went into effect in March, and by April, manufacturers started raising equipment prices, a move that will eventually hurt consumers looking to replace heating and cooling systems, notes the industry publication Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration News. Continue Reading... Read More

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Conceal Your Residential Air Conditioning Unit with Landscaping

We get it: For all the comfort they provide, outdoor air conditioning condensers aren't the type of thing that will get your home featured in House Beautiful. They're bulky, they take up valuable space on your property, and they can limit the curb appeal of your home. It's understandable that you'd want to hide them, but there are some things to keep in mind when you use landscaping to hide a residential air conditioning unit. Continue Reading... Read More

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Do You Suffer from Uneven Cooling in Warmer Weather?

Do you ever come home to find your central AC not cooling your house? You're not alone. Uneven cooling is a common issue. Many homeowners discover significant differences in temperature from room to room, enjoying cool evenings downstairs only to toss and turn in stuffy bedrooms. Continue Reading... Read More

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Winter Maintenance Appointment Request

We look forward to getting your heating system ready for the cold weather!