Kings of Comfort, LLC, Air Conditioning & Heating Contractors  Residential, Frisco, TX
(972) 832-0050
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2012 Warmest Year on Record for Contiguous U.S.

According to NOAA scientists, the average temperature for the contiguous U.S. for 2012 was 55.3°F, which was 3.2°F above the 20th century average and 1.0°F above the previous record from 1998. The year consisted of the fourth warmest winter, a record warm spring, the second warmest summer, and a warmer-than-average autumn. Although the last four months of 2012 did not bring the same unusual...
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Choose the Correct SEER Rating

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is the unit by which air conditioning efficiency is measured. In the world of air conditioning, the higher the SEER, the better the efficiency, and the lower your energy costs. Higher efficiency (SEER) systems will normally cost more to purchase than lower efficiency systems, but cost substantially less to operate over time. As a general rule if you intend...
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Trane Proves Its Unstoppability

Trane proves just how hard it is to stop its HVAC products in a new advertising campaign that takes the equipment beyond its natural limits. Taking a cue from the brand’s long-standing tagline, “It’s Hard to Stop a Trane,” new television commercials from agency Carmichael Lynch in Minneapolis pit furnaces and air conditioners against explosives, ignited gasoline and an airborne bus. “It’s all...
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Summertime Energy-Savings Tips

These tips are designed to help you choose effective ways to reduce your energy bills. Some measures may not be relevant depending on climate, the age of your home and appliances, and past improvements made to your home. The savings numbers are based on your total summer electric bill. Equipment mentioned must be electric powered for estimates to be accurate. Also check out our What To Do Before...
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What to do to get your home “energy ready” for summer.

Before it gets too warm, it’s time to make sure you’re ready for hot weather. This doesn’t mean running out and buying the latest swim wear. It means checking your home’s heat and air-conditioning system. First, change your filters in your heating/cooling system. Change them regularly – at least monthly. Next change your thermostat over to “cool” and...
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