1. The History of Air Conditioning Services

    Spring is right around the corner, meaning it’s almost that time of year where we’ll turn on our home’s air conditioner for the first time in 2018. A lot of us take our air conditioners for granted, not really thinking about who was responsible for the frosty goodness we feel in our buildings during the warmer months. All Air Heating & Cooling Services, LLC., in Fredericksburg, Va., is p…Read More

  2. Types of Air Conditioners

    Maybe you’re building a new home, or maybe you’re looking for a new way to cool your home during another swampy summer in Fredericksburg. Whatever the case, you have plenty of options in terms of HVAC systems! In this blog, the folks at All Air will explore the most common types of air conditioners. The more you know, the better choice you can make for your home and your budget! 1. Central Air…Read More

  3. HVAC Spring Cleaning Tips

    The weather hasn’t been too bad here in Fredericksburg—with mild temperatures and a little bit of rain here and there, it almost feels like spring in the Mid-Atlantic! While there’s probably another three or four feet of snow to come in the next month, it’s certainly not too early to start thinking about the spring season—and spring cleaning. There are plenty of ways to tidy up your home…Read More

  4. Signs Your Furnace Needs Repairs

    Winter is on its way. With dipping temperatures and less sunlight, your home will get cooler and cooler and it’ll be time to turn on the furnace before you know it. But if your furnace isn’t ready to go for winter, you could be left out in the cold. In this blog, the Howell HVAC team at All Air will show you signs that your furnace needs to be repaired. Once you know the signs of furnace troub…Read More

  5. Preparing Your Home for Winter

    Fredericksburg weather might be delightful now, but temperatures will soon dip mid-Atlantic cold snaps will set in. That’s right—winter is coming, and there’s nothing you can do about it. You might not be ready for the cold yet, and that’s okay—but your home should be. From the Fredericksburg HVAC professionals to you, here’s a to-do list of tasks to complete so your home is ready for …Read More

  6. Setting Your Thermostat in the Summer

    Regardless of the actual temperature, there’s something extra hot about the month of August. After two months of harsh temperatures and brutal sunburns, the last month of summer can leave you feeling hotter and more frustrated than ever before. This leads a lot of people reach farther for comfort and crank the temperatures on their thermostats waaaaaay down. There’s no need for that. In this b…Read More

  7. When It’s Time to Replace Your Unit

    Much like dogs, all HVAC units go to heaven—it’s only a matter of time. In this blog, the Fredericksburg HVAC specialists will show you a few signs that it’s time to lay your old, busted HVAC unit to rest so you can replace it with a newer model. Your HVAC unit is making strange noises. When it comes to the health of your HVAC system, it’s best to play it by ear. You know what the hum of y…Read More

  8. Benefits of a Humidifier

    As Fredericksburg’s HVAC experts All Air Heating & Cooling is dedicated to improving the quality of your air for an improved quality of life. And while we specialize in AC and heating systems, we also offer solutions to keep your air perfectly humidified through the driest months of the year. In this blog, we’ll discuss some of the benefits of having a professional-grade humidifier attache…Read More

  9. Common AC Problems

    All Air is Fredericksburg’s heating and cooling expert, with over 23 years of specialized experience in HVAC and AC maintenance. No matter the AC problem, we’ve seen it 10 times before, and are more than ready to fix the problem and keep the air in your home clean and comfortable. But in order for the professionals at All Air to fix your AC problem, you must be able to identify the problem. He…Read More

  10. Projects to Ensure Energy Efficiency, Part 2

    In one of our previous blogs, we discussed simple, DIY projects that can improve the energy efficiency of your home. We’ll expand on that topic here, with some more ways to keep your energy bills low and your home comfortable. Use your windows to your advantage. The average temperature of the surface of the sun is around 6,000 kelvins, or 10,340 degrees fahrenheit, and rays of sunlight travel ar…Read More