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A new AC unit can cost thousands of dollars. The better the system you want — and the larger your home is — the more you’ll end up paying for the new unit. As expensive as it is, though, you don’t want to forego getting a new AC unit if you really need one. It can improve energy efficiency and make you comfortable in your home through the hot and humid summer months. But what if you can’t afford to pay for a new unit up front? You have a few options in front of you. Use a Credit Card If you have a credit card with enough available credit to cover the new AC unit, it might be the option you’re first inclined to choose. Putting a large purchase on your card can enable you to quickly rack up rewards points, whether your card offers cash back, travel rewards, or other perks. Some cards even come with their own product quality guarantee for certain types of purchases. However, there are a few big caveats to using a credit card for a major purchase. Because the purchase will put a dent in your overall available credit, your credit score will take a hit. Furthermore, unless you’re taking advantage of an introductory low-interest rate, you may end up paying hundreds of dollars in interest as you pay off your new unit. Seek a Personal Loan If your credit is decent, you may be qualified to take out a personal loan. The big advantage to this is that these loans are unsecured, which means they don’t require collateral. However, you need to be wary if you’re thinking about getting a personal loan. Some companies will make their offers look good at first, but they’ll hide extra fees in the loan. You might even get saddled with an outrageously high-interest rate. Credit unions tend to offer the best deals on loans, but you could also examine offers from other reputable financial institutions. Personal loans usually take three to five years to pay off. Consider Company Financing The company that is selling your new AC unit to you will bend over backward to convince you to make the purchase, and this often translates into attractive financing offers. You could get a low-interest rate and other nice perks if you choose to go this route. All Year Cooling in Florida, for example, offers financing options with terms that range from six months to five years — all depending on what you purchase and what your financial situation is. There is also no minimum credit score, so it’s a great option for folks who have new credit or bad credit. If you’re ready to say goodbye to your clunky old air conditioner, you don’t have to wait. By choosing the financing option that is best for you, you can be cool and comfy in no time. Contact All Year Cooling to learn more about their financing offerings and how you can get your new unit installed soon.

- Can I Finance an AC Unit?

October 15, 2017

A new AC unit can cost thousands of dollars. The better the system you want — and the larger your home is — the more you’ll end up paying for the new unit. As expensive as it is, though, you don’t want to forego getting a new AC unit if you really need one. It can improve energy efficiency and make you comfortable in your home through the hot and humid summer months. But what if you can’t afford to pay for a new unit up front? You have a few options in front of you. Use a Credit Card If you have a credit card with enough available credit to cover the new AC unit, it might be the option you’re first inclined to choose. Putting a large purchase on your card can enable you to quickly rack up rewards points, whether your card offers cash back, travel rewards, or other perks. Some cards even come with their own product quality guarantee for certain types of purchases. However, there are a few big caveats to using a credit card for a major purchase. Because the purchase will put a dent in your overall available credit, your credit score will take a hit. Furthermore, unless you’re taking advantage of an introductory low-interest rate, you may end up paying hundreds of dollars in interest as you pay off your new unit. Seek a Personal Loan If your credit is decent, you may be qualified to take out a personal loan. The big advantage to this is that these loans are unsecured, which means they don’t require collateral. However, you need to be wary if you’re thinking about getting a personal loan. Some companies will make their offers look good at first, but they’ll hide extra fees in the loan. You might even get saddled with an outrageously high-interest rate. Credit unions tend to offer the best deals on loans, but you could also examine offers from other reputable financial institutions. Personal loans usually take three to five years to pay off. Consider Company Financing The company that is selling your new AC unit to you will bend over backward to convince you to make the purchase, and this often translates into attractive financing offers. You could get a low-interest rate and other nice perks if you choose to go this route. All Year Cooling in Florida, for example, offers financing options with terms that range from six months to five years — all depending on what you purchase and what your financial situation is. There is also no minimum credit score, so it’s a great option for folks who have new credit or bad credit. If you’re ready to say goodbye to your clunky old air conditioner, you don’t have to wait. By choosing the financing option that is best for you, you can be cool and comfy in no time. Contact All Year Cooling to learn more about their financing offerings and how you can get your new unit installed soon.

- Can I Finance an AC Unit?

October 15, 2017

Fall is a busy time for families with children. You have to make sure the kids have good school clothes, put together a schedule so everyone gets to school on time, and start preparing for winter festivities. You also have to make sure your kids are prepared to participate in sports. Whether you have a boy who is playing football or a girl who is joining the cross-country team, you want to make sure your family is ready for the events ahead. Buy the Right Equipment Your kids’ school might provide some of the basic equipment they need, but it might be up to you to purchase other items. For example, you’ll need to make sure your kids have comfortable and durable shoes that are appropriate for the sports they’re playing. You might also need to buy protective gear, like compression sleeves, padding, or other items. To give your kids the best chance of success, you could even buy them sports equipment to use at home, like balls, targets, and nets. Be sure to shop around for the best deals on sports equipment. For shoes, check out end-of-summer sales from your favorite retailers. For other items, try to find lightly used second-hand gear. Coordinate Schedules If your kids are too young to drive, or if they don’t have their own vehicles, you’ll need to make sure that everyone has a way to get where they need to be. You might need to take the following steps to keep everyone on track: Ask about adjusting your work schedule so you can pick up the kids from practice. Contact other parents whose kids are involved in sports to ask if they can help with transportation needs. If you have multiple children and their game times conflict with one another, talk to them so they’ll understand that you can’t always attend everyone’s games. If some of your children’s games are a significant distance away from your home town, try to clear your schedule so you can attend to support their efforts. To make sure everyone in your family is on the same page, create a family calendar and put it in a place where everyone can access it easily. You could also use a collaboration tool like Google and keep track of your family schedule online. Create a Comfortable Environment for Your Student Athletes If your children are in high school, they might have a heavy homework load in addition to a rigorous sports schedule. For them to succeed, you want to create a comfortable home environment that lets them concentrate on their responsibilities. If your kids have their own desks and a study space that is free of distractions, they’ll have an easier time keeping their grades up despite spending a lot of time at practice. You should also make sure that the temperature in your home is comfortable. The weather is likely to stay warm throughout autumn in Florida, so you want to make sure your AC is functioning well. Schedule an appointment with All Year Cooling so an expert can come check on your system.

- Prepping Your Family for Fall School Sports

September 15, 2017

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has plenty of fun indoor and outdoor activities for people of all ages. When you’re looking for something to do this summer, consider visiting one of these five places. Anne Kolb Nature Center You’ll find this nature reserve about 11 miles away in Hollywood, Florida. With over 1,500 acres of coastal mangrove wetlands, this area has various animals such as crabs, alligators, and birds. If you’re lucky, you may spot a night heron or an osprey. You can explore the wetlands by taking a boat tour or checking out the walking trails. For a spectacular view, make sure to climb the 68-foot tall observation tower. The nature center also has an exhibit hall where you can learn more about the local wildlife. NSU Art Museum Make the most of a rainy day by visiting the NSU Art Museum. Its permanent collection includes more than 7,000 works. Take a look at the largest collection of art by the American painter William J. Glackens, and then view the Latin American and Cuban art by Joaquin Torres-Garcia, Frida, Kahlo, and Diego Rivera. Make sure you visit the temporary exhibitions that are on display this summer. The Regeneration Series features the post-World War II works of Anselm Kiefer. In July, the museum will display Human Animals: The Art of Cobra. You can visit the museum for free on the first Thursday of every month between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Fort Lauderdale Beach If you’re looking for a more relaxing activity, stop by Fort Lauderdale Beach. This family-friendly spot is popular because of its beautiful clear water and its close proximity to shops and restaurants. Spend the day swimming, snorkeling, rollerblading or sunbathing. Bring your favorite beach toys and play frisbee or water football. Pack a lunch and make use of the picnic tables. This place is perfect for those hot summer days. Bluefoot Pirate Adventures Do you want to give your kids a great time? Make a reservation with Bluefoot Pirate Adventures and head over to Seabreeze Blvd in Fort Lauderdale. The company provides daily interactive cruises. The kids get to wear pirate clothes, learn how to talk like pirates, and search for treasure. Meanwhile, the adults get the Captain’s tour of local landmarks along the Intracoastal Waterway. The entire experience is 90 minutes long. Museum of Discovery and Science This museum in downtown Fort Lauderdale has interactive exhibits that are fun for the whole family. The EcoDiscovery section of the museum has five new areas: Prehistoric Florida, Storm Center, Florida Water Mysteries, Otters at Play, and Everglades Airboat Adventure. Both kids and adults can jump into a dig pit to uncover fossils or experience a storm with the hurricane simulator. Watch a film at the IMAX 3D Theater. Afterward, stop by Auntie Anne’s and treat yourself to some fresh pretzels. At the end of the day, you’ll want to come back to a cool home. Make sure your AC unit is in top shape by scheduling a preventive maintenance visit with All Year Cooling. Our technicians will help keep your home cool and comfortable so you always feel ready for your next adventure.

- 5 Must-Do Activities Before Summer Break Ends

August 10, 2017

Are you excited about the 4th of July? The day is full of barbecue food, fireworks, and time with friends and family. However, the weather tends is usually hot! Read on for a few easy ways you can stay cool during Independence Day this year. Go Swimming Stave off the summer heat with a trip to the beach. Pack a picnic basket, grab the beach ball or other favorite beach toys, cram everyone in the car, and get going. Have a pool at home or know someone who does? Throw a pool party or attend one. You can make a pitcher of margaritas, sangria, or nonalcoholic beverage. Whether you’re entertaining kids or throwing an all-adult event, everyone can stay cool by taking a dip or two in the pool. Indulge in Frozen Desserts When it’s hot outside, drinking plenty of fluids is important. However, the same old bottle of water, pop, or lemonade gets boring. Make hydration a little more interesting with ice pops, smoothies, frozen yogurt, sorbets, frozen bananas, ice cream sandwiches, or anything else you can think of. You can even make festive desserts by using red, white, and blue ingredients. Use Only the Barbecue While we’re on the topic of food, let’s talk about the main meal. You should grill everything outside on the barbecue instead of using the stove; doing so keeps the inside of the house cooler. Make some foods ahead of time that taste good cold, such as potato salad, pasta salad, or veggies and dip. You can pull them out of the fridge on the 4th of July and avoid the hot oven range all day. Take A Warm Shower Yes, that’s right. You should take a warm shower. Even though a freezing-cold shower feels amazing on a hot day, you’ll pay for it afterward with an increased core temperature. Basically, showering in cold water makes your body think that you are too cold, so it tries harder to warm you up. Take a lukewarm shower instead to regulate your body temperature. Cool Your Pulse Points Rubbing ice cubes, an ice pack, or other cold objects on your pulse points is an old, reliable trick for cooling down. These points are on your neck, temples, inner wrists, the inside of your elbows, and behind your knees. The reason this trick works is that the blood vessels are closer to the skin’s surface in these areas. Soaking your feet in cold water also helps, as they also have pulse points. Blast the Air Conditioning Why not spend the afternoon inside and enjoy the air conditioning? Invite some friends and family over and chill out with movies, games, and a couple of drinks. Stay away from the warm kitchen and order some pizza. By the time it’s dark enough for a fireworks show, it’ll be much cooler outside, and you can head out to join the festivities. Stay cool this 4th of July and all summer long. Our team at All Year Cooling can install an AC unit in your home or repair or replace your current unit. Call us at 888-204-5554 to learn more.

- How to Stay Cool This 4th of July

June 30, 2017

While the warm weather may be welcome after a cool spring, summer temperatures can quickly become oppressive if you aren’t able to escape the heat. Use these tips to stay cool throughout the summer months and enjoy this sunny season to the fullest. Have Your AC Serviced If your air conditioner isn’t working at optimal levels, it’s difficult to keep your home cool during the summer. Worse yet, an inefficient AC system costs more to operate. To keep temperatures and spending under control, have your AC unit serviced, ideally between the winter and summer months. A professional service technician will be able to check refrigerant levels, identify and seal duct leakage, inspect electrical terminals, measure airflow, and more. These tasks ensure that your AC is in top working condition in time to beat the summer heat. Get More Fans Even if you have air conditioning in your home, don’t discount the significant cooling effect produced by fans. If possible, install additional ceiling fans in your home, as these are the most effective fans for cooling. According to Energy.gov, you can raise your thermostat by 4 degrees Fahrenheit with no reduction in comfort if you use a ceiling fan. Another option is to place fans in your windows. Face the fans away from the wind to exhaust warm air from your home. Surrounding windows should be tightly closed, and windows on the windward side of the home (especially near shaded outdoor areas) should be opened for optimal results. Close the Blinds Window treatments can offer a simple and cost-effective solution for hot summer temperatures. Add shades, curtains, or blinds to your windows, especially in rooms that get a lot of sun during the day. Choose light, neutral colors for your window treatments to help reflect hot solar rays, and keep the blinds or curtains closed during the day to prevent sunlight from warming your home. In addition to keeping your home cooler, these steps will reduce how much energy is used by your AC system each day. You can also add awnings outside to further alleviate heat from the sun shining on your home. If you enjoy the sun during other seasons of the year, consider choosing retractable shades for this purpose. High-reflectivity films can also be added to windows as an additional barrier for heat coming in from the outdoors. Update Your Light Bulbs Did you know that traditional incandescent light bulbs release 90 percent of their energy as heat? This can add a few degrees to your room simply by turning the lights on. Fortunately, you don’t have to keep your home dark all summer to avoid this excess heat. Update your current light fixtures to CFL or LED bulbs, both of which give off little to no heat. You’ll be able to enjoy the same level of lighting without worrying about how much warmer it will make your home feel. Who knew a few simple changes at home could make things feel so much cooler? Use these tips to beat the heat this summer, and call All Year Cooling for all your AC repair, installation, and maintenance needs.

- 4 Tips to Beat Summer Heat

June 21, 2017

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