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Blue Ash, Ohio 45241
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The National Difference: Longest running Bryant dealer in Cincinnati

How Long Should my AC Unit Last?

The team at National Heating and Air Conditioning is often asked this question. The truth is the life of your air conditioning unit is affected by a number of factors including accumulated runtime, system contamination and adherence to a regular maintenance schedule. Consistent maintenance of your AC unit will extend its life, lower operating costs and improve indoor comfort.

It’s no surprise that various debris and fragments, dirt and a low refrigerant charge are more often than not responsible for AC units to prematurly fail. That’s why it is important to inspect and change filters, clean the condensor coils, add refrigerant, lubricate moving parts and test vital components.

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For more information on the importance of Air Conditioning Maintenance please give us a call. We’ll provide you with a top level of service and work to keep you and your home cool this summer.

FAQs

My house is cold. Do I need a larger furnace?

There are many causes for a house being uncomfortably cold in the winter, and there are at least as many solutions. Typically, a cold house is a drafty house with significant air leakage and insufficient insulation. Sometimes it can be caused by a leaky duct system or a poorly performing…

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Is it possible to manage my home’s energy consumption from a smartphone?

Breakthrough technology over the last few years has made it possible to monitor and manage your home or building's energy consumption via WiFi, allowing you to view your home's energy use in real time and even turn devices on and off. It is even possible to manage energy use using…

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Do I Need my Ducts Cleaned?

Experts do not recommend duct cleaning as an effective way to improve indoor air quality. This is because the bulk of dust and other indoor air contaminants that enter your home through your duct system actually come from the crawlspace, attic and walls. Leaky ducts allow this dust to enter…

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