Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Pleasant Air
1 follower -
Heating and Air Conditioning Sales and Service
Heating and Air Conditioning Sales and Service

1 follower
Pleasant Air's interests
Pleasant Air's posts

Post has shared content
  New ENERGY STAR Program Focuses On Duct Sealing And Installation By Brad Brenner A few days ago, a couple hundred duct sealing and home performance experts gathered together for an industry summit. During the three-day event, a representative of the…

Post has shared content
Pleasant Air is your local Nexia dealer. For more information on how it works click here.    

Post has shared content

Post has attachment
Don't Ignore Air Conditioning Problems.

When you have a big air conditioning problem - like an air conditioner that quits during the hottest day of the summer - it goes without saying that you'll call for service.

Smaller air conditioning problems are easier to ignore, but this is the last thing you should do. By calling for service as soon as you notice the symptoms of an ailing cooling system you can prevent the expense and inconvenience of a big repair tab. You'll also avoid the higher utility bills that typically accompany a poorly functioning air conditioning system.

Be aware of any of the following symptoms:

* Decreased air flow from the registers.
* Musty odors coming from the ductwork when the air conditioner is running.
* Strange noises coming from the air conditioner.
* The air conditioner cycles on and off more frequently than it used to.
* The breaker for the air conditioner in the electrical panel keeps tripping (or the fuse keeps blowing).
* Ice appears on your air conditioner or piping, either inside or outside the house.
* Your outdoor fan in the air conditioner won't come on.
* Your thermostat is not keeping up.

If you notice any of the above symptoms, contact us today to have your air conditioner checked and serviced to avoid larger problems down the road. The phone number to call is 910.270.3934

Post has attachment
Energy Efficiency Tips For Your Home

Post has attachment
Meet your home of the future, today. Nexia™ Home Intelligence is home automation with the freedom of remote home management, giving you total control over the comfort, efficiency and security of your home from anywhere. Click below to read more.

Post has attachment
Trane Heating And Air Conditioning Equipment.

If you are in need of a new heating and cooling system, we would appreciate the opportunity to serve you.

We begin the process with a complimentary evaluation of your needs. This involves a thorough examination of your home to determine the proper sizing of the heating and air conditioning equipment. All measurements are entered into a Manual J Program to determine the necessary tonnage, there is no guess work involved. When it comes to selecting new equipment, this is extremely important. Installing new equipment that is over sized will result in shorter run cycles and will not properly dehumidify your home. Over time this allows for the growth of algae and molds within your system. Bigger is not always better. If your equipment is under sized it will not keep up with the demands of your thermostat.

From there we provide you with information about the different options available. This allows you to make the right decision that best meets your needs and your budget.

A strong recommendation for you to consider is including an air filtering device that will virtually eliminate the spores and allergens in the air that passes through the system. A preferred option by many of our customers has been a Trane CleanEffects air cleaner.

Financing is available to assist you in making your decision. You may view the current program along with the terms here.

To schedule your consultation call us today at 910.270.3934.

Post has attachment
What Is A Seer Rating
When it comes to air conditioning what does SEER mean?

SEER is an acronym for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio which is defined by the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute in its standard ARI 210/240, Performance Rating of Unitary Air-Conditioning and Air-Source Heat Pump. Other acronyms that are closely related include; EER, COP and HSPF. We will address all these terms in a future blog issue, so bookmark us and return for the latest information.

The Bottom Line is this; the higher the unit’s SEER rating the more energy efficient it is.

Thinking about a new unit or system? Contact us today to schedule a time for your complimentary estimate.

Post has attachment
Nexia Home Intelligence System
Meet your home of the future, today. Nexia™ Home Intelligence is home automation with the freedom of remote home management, giving you total control over the comfort, efficiency and security of your home from anywhere…Read More at

Post has attachment
Shared from US Builders Review. Check it out.
Wait while more posts are being loaded