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  • Jenyffer Vieira
    Air conditioning is a luxury for most people. In fact, those who call the islands of Hawaii home often find that they do not require the use of an AC unit on a regular basis. This is due to homes being designed with ventilation in mind and allowing the natural trade winds to cool the homes. Although, with more modern homes going up, why is it important to have air conditioning in Kona? Is AC
  • Jenyffer Vieira
    Two-thirds of U.S. homes have air conditioners. However, most homeowners don’t know how to clean and maintain their AC units, resulting in malfunctions and early wear and tear.   In this article, we will identify telltale signs that your mini split air conditioner needs repair. We’ll also give you cleaning and maintenance tips to keep your AC running in excellent condition. Signs That You Need AC Repair Seek help from a professional HVAC technician If you experience the
  • Island Comfort
    It depends on your purpose. Many argue for both sides, and most of the time, they are all correct.  However, many Hawaii homeowners don’t understand that both the ON and AUTO thermostat settings are useful for their intended purposes.  In this article, we will identify the benefits and disadvantages of switching the thermostat to the ON and AUTO settings, so that you can decide which mode to use for your specific air conditioning needs.  What
  • Island Comfort
    No one likes to spend more than they need to on electricity – especially in Hawaii.  Hawaii residents pay more per kilowatt than anyone else in the country. It’s important to cut costs anywhere you can without sacrificing comfort. What’s the most efficient way to run your AC?  Should you turn it off while you’re at work or just turn the temp up? What else can you do to ensure your AC is running in
  • Island Comfort
    With Hawaii having consistent warm weather throughout the year, having an air conditioning system inside homes has been the norm for many.  With temperatures reaching more than 90 °F during the summer, ACs have become a necessity more than a luxury in every Kona, Oahu, and Kauai household.  However, some families still skip the option of having an air conditioning system installed in their homes for fear of additional costs. While the cost of air
  • Island Comfort
    Living in Hawaii, we all have at least two things in common: we want to stay cool during the scorching summer days and we want to save money.  Hawaii residents already deal with some of the highest electricity bills (and cost of living) in the nation. Air conditioning is one of the biggest expenses driving up electric bills across the islands.  But should you run a ceiling fan with your AC unit? Will it keep
  • Island Comfort
    Those Hawaiian trade winds do more than keep you cool on sizzling summer days. They also bring you clean and fresh air! Living in Kona or on Kauai gives you access to some of the healthiest air in the country – possibly even the world. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for indoor air quality. In fact, many common activities – even frying an egg for your loco moco – can trigger elevated pollution levels

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