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Does Central Air Add Value to a Home?

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Will a New HVAC Increase My Property’s Resale Value? There are multiple projects you can undertake to make your home more comfortable. You can automate your home, add a swimming pool, add a bonus room, and more. These projects seem to have obvious resale value (energy-efficiency, more square footage), but what about “invisible” upgrades such […]

Winter HVAC Maintenance Tips

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How To Keep Your HVAC Running Smoothly This Winter The nights are cooling off this autumn, and we’re looking toward cooler nights as winter settles in over Indio. If your HVAC system isn’t running as well as it could be, you and your family may find yourselves uncomfortable and with escalating utility bills. Heating your […]

What Size and Type of Air Conditioner is Best?

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What Size Air Conditioner Do I Need? Establishing the correct size of air conditioner for your home might seem like a fruitless task, but it actually has a major impact on your comfort level and the amount of money you spend. Air conditioners are not sized as small, medium, and large but instead in measurements […]

Signs You Need Air Conditioning Repair

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Summer is Near in Thousand Palms Summer is coming soon to Thousand Palms, California, and so are those 100-degree and over days. Stay ahead of the weather by ensuring that your air conditioning system is in good shape and get any AC repairs scheduled now. Look out for the following signs that your HVAC unit […]

Does Air Conditioning Make You Cough? (And Other Answers To Your A/C Questions)

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Does Air Conditioning Affect Your Health? With so many Americans at home to help curb the spread of COVID-19, homeowners are paying more attention than ever to their HVAC systems and other household projects. Anxiety is at an all-time high, but we here at Desert Air Conditioning want to ease your mind when it comes […]

Who Invented Air Conditioning? (And Other Interesting Facts)

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The History of Being Cool What would we do without air conditioning here in the Coachella Valley? Air conditioning provides us comfort during those long, hot summers, but the technology is also necessary to keep perishable food and medicine from spoiling. Modern air conditioning’s predecessors existed thousands of years ago. People have come up with […]

Five Best Air Filters For Your Home

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Air Filters to Fit Every Home With the holidays right around the corner, you may be overwhelmed by choosing the proper air filter for your home HVAC system. Specific questions arise, such as, which filter is best for my allergies or which filter is the safest for a home with children? The staff at Desert […]

Why Isn’t My Furnace Blowing Air?

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Broken Furnace in Palm Desert? It’s late November, and while it’s not exactly cold outside here in Palm Desert, it is starting to get pretty chilly at night. If homeowners haven’t turned their furnace on for the first time this year yet, the time is indeed coming. But what do homeowners do if the heater doesn’t […]

Signs It’s Time to Upgrade Your HVAC System

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Winter Is Coming to Palm Desert It’s that time of year again. Fall is well underway. The school year has started, and the holidays are coming up. With all of that activity, the house’s HVAC system may be the last thing on anyone’s mind. Besides, the winter here doesn’t bring the same harsh cold weather […]

Fall Home Maintenance Tips From Your Local HVAC Experts

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Those of you who aren’t big fans of the heat are surely relieved when the seasons start to change. As the weather cools down, you probably won’t be using your air conditioning as often as before, and that’s a good thing. But the changing weather patterns will require a more proactive approach to maintenance. If […]


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