Cooler Temps Are On the Way. What Your Heating System Needs Now

Cooler Temps Are On the Way. What Your Heating System Needs Now

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that heating the average home accounts for about 42 percent of utility costs during the winter months. Making sure your HVAC system is ready to take on the challenges of heating your Acadiana, Louisiana home can help you enjoy...
How HVAC Affects Productivity in Your Business

How HVAC Affects Productivity in Your Business

Hiring the right people for the right job ranks as one of the top five challenges facing business owners, but did you know that your HVAC system can play a significant role in retaining those employees? As a light commercial business owner in the New Orleans area, you...
How A Trane Comfort Specialist Benefits You

How A Trane Comfort Specialist Benefits You

Fontenot’s Air Conditioning & Heating is proud to be designated a Trane Comfort Specialist because the distinction is earned, not given. Our team knows the rigorous standards it must achieve to uphold that distinction, but frequently, the honor is not...
How to Help Your Air Conditioning Be More Efficient

How to Help Your Air Conditioning Be More Efficient

The U.S. Department of Energy reports that air conditioning and heating account for nearly 50 percent of your home’s energy use. When those hot days hit, your air conditioner has to work at peak performance to keep you comfortable. Here are a few tips to help...
The Many Benefits of a Smart Thermostat

The Many Benefits of a Smart Thermostat

It’s 2018, and technology is becoming an increasingly important part of our lives. Most people now have smartphones and other smart devices that seek to make every aspect of life more manageable. One of the biggest investments you can make in your home,...
The Importance of Checking Your Condensate Line

The Importance of Checking Your Condensate Line

Here in Louisiana, we depend on our air conditioners for most of the year, and one important component of any air conditioner is the condensate line. Checking the condensate line is an important part of maintenance solutions or call (337)...