Should I clean my duct system?

We all know that we should replace our HVAC filters on a monthly basis.  However, you may have also noticed that all that dust and build-up in your duct system can get rather disgusting at times. You may have even asked yourself whether or not any of that buildup is affecting you or your family. Though your air filters are … Read More

Beat the Summer Heat with Tips from AC Masters Experts!

Each year, when the sizzling summer heat combines with our infamous Virginia humidity, the use of your AC system(s) can rise to 25 percent or more of your total home energy consumption. Remember too that your air conditioning system(s) uses more energy than any other appliance or utility in your home, thereby making it the most expensive to operate! With … Read More


“$500 Residential Energy Tax Credit” The United States of America Committee on Ways and Means just passed a retroactive tax “$500 Residential Energy Tax Credit (Section 25C) – Section 181 reauthorizes the $500 Residential Energy Tax Credit for two years: retroactively for 2015 and going forward for 2016.”   Follow the link below to read the full legislative tax credit: … Read More

Chris Belcher

Chris Belcher Welcome our new Senior Service Technician, Chris Belcher. With over 28 years in the HVAC technical field, Chris’s experience will help lead our winning team of technical service professionals by providing service excellence to all our customers. Chris first became interested in the HVAC field after working as a teen with his father and brother in construction. Long … Read More

Should You Replace Your Heating System?

Should you replace your heating system? If your furnace or boiler system is older than 15 years, or your heat pump is older than 10 years, the potential benefits and savings to you and your family from replacing your current system with a newer, more energy efficient one average about 20% in heating costs per year. While the average life of a well maintained furnace is about 25 years, replacement may be worthwhile depending … Read More

Lower Heating Costs for Winter

Typically during the winter months, energy costs will increase as you try and stay warm. That doesn’t always have to be the case though! We have provided some five easy tips below that either yourself or an A/C Masters technician can perform to help keep you warm in the winter, while also not breaking the bank. Always replace air filters … Read More

Keith McGowan Profile

Keith McGowan is a service technician who possesses certifications in EPA and NATE (North American Technician Excellence). He also carries a degree in HVAC and Marine Biology. He became interested in the field because of the satisfaction of using his hands and brain to fix problems. His father also made a living n the HVAC field so he followed in … Read More

4 Benefits to Programmable Thermostats

Long gone are the days of thermostats that are only controllable from inside the home. Instead, recent advances in technology have made it possible for homeowners to install programmable thermostats that can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection simply by using a computer, smartphone or tablet. Not only does this make things easier if you forget to raise … Read More

Doug Armstead Profile

Doug Armstead is an install apprentice with one year of experience. Doug became interested in the field because his brother in law talked about enjoying the industry and bragged about how much he was helping people. Doug wanted to be apart of something that he could be proud of while also helping people out. Outside of work he loves spending time … Read More

5 Fall Energy Saving Tips

Fall Energy

5 Fall Energy Saving Tips Are you looking to keep your energy costs down during the Fall? You do not need the newest high end equipment system to lower costs your energy costs. What we have provided are 5 fall energy saving tips that you can do to lower your monthly costs during Fall. Open Curtains Open curtains on your … Read More