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10 08, 2017

Troubleshooting Air Conditioner Troubles

The temperature starts to rise so you venture into the deepest darkest corners of your garage and dust off your air conditioners. It is time to condition the air in your home. The issue is […]

30 07, 2017

Homemade Air Conditioners

Air conditioners are a necessity in St. George, Utah because of how hot our Summers get. Some Do-It-Yourselfers have been making their own air conditioners in order to beat the heat. With a bit of […]

30 06, 2017

Heating & Cooling in St. George, Utah

St. George, Utah is a beautiful desert oasis that attracts all types of people for its warm climate. Very rarely does it get too cold here. That is why we love it here, not to mention […]

23 05, 2017
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St. George HVAC

HVAC stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. Maintaining comfortable temperatures is one purpose of HVAC systems. Another is providing good quality, clean air to residences, commercial buildings and vehicles. Modern systems are usually integrated […]

8 05, 2017
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Central Heating Repairs and Furnace Maintenance

Alpine Temperature Control can help you with all your furnace repairs in St. George, but there are also things you can do to maintain and troubleshoot problems you may have with your central heating and […]

2 05, 2017
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Why is air conditioner repair necessary?

Why is air conditioner repair and service necessary? Years of use can make your air conditioner run less efficiently, which means it will not cool as well and it will be more expensive in energy […]

7 04, 2017

Why is my air conditioner so loud

Is your air conditioner loud? Most air conditioners are noisy because they are large machines with many parts that are working to produce cool air for your home. If you are noticing your air conditioner […]

14 03, 2017
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Why Does My Ceiling Fan Have A Reverse Switch

Ceiling fans are great to have during those Summer months, but what most people don’t know is that they have a setting for Winter too. Changing the direction that your ceiling fan spins can help […]

7 03, 2017
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AFUE Rating Explained

A furnace is rated for its efficient use of fuel to heat your home. This rating is called the ‘AFUE rating’. AFUE stands for annual fuel utilization efficiency and is the ratio of heat output […]

27 02, 2017
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Are Smart Thermostats Worth It

Most, if not all, modern homes are now constructed with wireless devices to make adjusting heating and cooling easily. All you need is an internet connection. A smart thermostat is required to control your heating and […]