Justice Incorporated Blog : Archive for July, 2015

Long-Term Benefits of Routine HVAC Maintenance

Monday, July 27th, 2015

It’s not surprising that many air conditioners fail every year here in Corpus Christi, TX, considering our heat. But many, it must be admitted, do so unnecessarily. While some homeowners are as diligent at taking care of their air conditioners as they are with the rest of the house, others either forget to have their air conditioning system tuned up or are under the impression that maintenance is an “extra” rather than essential service. As a leading HVAC service provider in this area, our goal is to make certain that our customers are informed about the risks of neglecting their air conditioners. But let’s not focus on the negative. Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of taking care of your AC over time. (more…)

Air Conditioning Myth: Refrigerant Needs to Be “Topped-Off”

Monday, July 20th, 2015

There are a number of major myths about residential air conditioning systems that have circulated for years. And due to the large amount of misinformation available online, most of these myths show no signs of disappearing in the future. (more…)

Why You Should Discuss Sizing an Air Conditioner with a Professional

Monday, July 13th, 2015

The installation of a central air conditioning system, whether as part of a new home or as a replacement for an older and inefficient system, should always be left to HVAC professionals. One of the reasons for this is that it is difficult—if not impossible—for an amateur to know the right type of AC to put in for a home. Each house has different cooling requirements, as does each family. It takes a skilled technician to determine the right size of air conditioner for your home. (more…)

Why You Should Consider a Commercial Dehumidifier for Your Business

Monday, July 6th, 2015

We know that your business is important to you, and that means the comfort of your employees and/or clientele is also important to you. Making sure that you have a working HVAC system to keep the environment properly cooled or warmed is a key part of this.