The condenser coil, (the one outside your home), is one of the most important parts of your air conditioning system. The big job at hand for the coil is that it takes out the heat that’s been taken out of your home and moves it outside. But when your coil is dirty with built […]
ADAM’S AIR SUMMERIZATION™ WILL KEEP YOU COOL, CALM AND COLLECTED THIS SUMMER.
Don’t let the sweltering high plains heat sneak up on you, leaving your AC struggling to keep up. We offer Adam’s Air Summerization™ at no charge, to give back to the Panhandle that supports Adam’s Air! We make sure your cooling system is operating as safely and efficiently as possible.
- Please call us, at Adam’s Air, for your Summerization™ of your HVAC and let us look closely at your AC. We will go through all the steps in making sure your cooling system is ready to cool your home and, most importantly, your family!
OUR COMPREHENSIVE CHECKLIST:
- Voltage Readings & Amp Draws
- High & Low Voltage Wiring
- Rinse the Condenser Coil
- Temperatures From Ducts
- Condensation Drainage
- Airflow/Static Pressure
- Proper Thermostat Operation
- We Also Check Refrigerant Upon Request
You heard me right, we have a group of young men and girls that are in the 6th grade up to the 12th grade that are cycling the streets and hills of Amarillo, and the community. The team is called the Yellow Jackets and it is a high school cycling team. The group compete in the National Interscholastic Cycling Association. They ride the trails in Palo Duro Canyon weekly and the team is great. They have such a great attitude and they express themselves in such a way, full of talent, compassion, and integrity. Plus on top of that they are athletics in the best of terms. They work hard at what they do and they win races and time trials. On May 6th the team will be out at the Amarillo National Bank on Georgia. Along with Carpet Tech and Adam’s Air, we are having a fundraiser car wash. Please come out and support the team and learn more about them.
I bet you remember last spring in the high plains of Texas. Got warm early, then got cold at night. Maybe freezing, and then a day or two later, hot again. That’s the climate we live in, we all should be use to it, but none of us are. Two weekends ago both Saturday and Sunday were in the mid nineties, and many of you cranked up the air conditioner and guess what? It either didn’t cool like you thought it should be or it didn’t cool at all. So you hit the phones and started calling heat and air companies and a lot of you had no luck, because we were all busy, why, everyone else had the same idea. The following Monday we at Adam’s Air received over 170 calls for checking the air conditioner, and we wanted to take them all, but we couldn’t, because we were already booked solid. About a month and a half ago we started our Summerization program. We have over 20 items we check on your HVAC to make sure it is ready for the hot summer months, and we do it all for FREE!!!! You heard us free. Now if there is a simple repair or your needing a part there will be a fee for the parts and labor, but you’ll be ahead of the game. So call us to get your free Summerization today.
This time of year is always very trying for my family and I, and even the team I work with. Just this month we have had at least four members of the team out because of a respiratory sickness or infection, and its a hard thing to shake. Day to day temperature changes from cold to warm or hot makes us think that our immune system is messed up, but that is not the case at all. Warmer weather always brings humans out of the hibernation state and we like to see friends and be more active and social, and we hang around more people, and of course the more people we socialize with, the more germs are spread easier. It is officially still winter, as I am typing this and I just took off my jacket because outside its a balmy 65 degrees. But The jacket will stay in the truck, because living in the high plains of Texas one never knows what could come around the corner. One thing we can think about is this, dress in layers. I do and it helps. As warmer temps start to rise during the late morning hours, you can start peeling coats, or jackets off, and roll up the long sleeves if needed. Another thing we can do is to keep a scarf, hat, and gloves either in your vehicle, or at your work place, this is for a “just in case moment”,and if it happens, and you have drastic weather changes you will be ready. This reminds me of something that happen a few years ago, in West Texas. It was mid April and I was in Nashville but our flight was delayed because of snow at home. Well once we got home, the weather turned again and it started raining and in a heavy way, then a dust storm came through, so the snow that was left was now brown and the windows, cars, and streets became mud! It was raining mud! That night to cap it all off, we had tornado warnings. Also since we stay inside quite often during colder months, we miss out on essential vitamins, so be sure to take more than usual.