The Advantages of Installing a Heat Pump for Winter

October 5th, 2015

Summer is over, and the days are only going to get colder for the rest of the year. This means that it’s time to start thinking about your home heating situation. If you find yourself in the market for a new home heating system, consider installing a heat pump. Read on to find out more about some of the advantages that a heat pump offers. Continue Reading

Indoor Air Quality Concerns to Address This Fall

September 28th, 2015

Fall is here, and that means we’ll soon be shutting down our air conditioners and revving up our heaters to deal with the cold weather. Along with that shift, however, comes the resurgence of indoor air quality concerns. When winter sets in, a lot of us are going to be keeping windows closed and heaters running to maintain a comfortable indoor climate. That’s all well and good, but it does mean that there will be a buildup of airborne contaminants and an increased likelihood of illness. There are a number of ways to address these indoor air quality concerns. Let’s take a look at a few of them below. Continue Reading

Air Conditioner Noises and What They Mean

September 21st, 2015

If you’ve had your air conditioner for any length of time, you’re probably pretty familiar with the noises that it makes during operation. If your system starts making unusual noises, though, it means you have a problem. There are a wide variety of different noises that you might hear coming from your air conditioner, each indicating a different issue. While you’re waiting for the HVAC technician to arrive, have a look at some of the reasons why your air conditioner might be making strange noises. Continue Reading

Why Your Heat Pump Needs Fall Maintenance

September 14th, 2015

Summer is almost over, and those of us with air conditioners will be turning them off for the year soon enough. If you have a heat pump, though, you probably use it year round. That’s one of a heat pump’s best features, after all; the ability to act as both a heater and air conditioner. If you’re going to use your heat pump twice as often as you would use a traditional heater or air conditioner, though, you’re going to need to conduct maintenance on it twice as often, as well. Let’s examine the benefits of fall heat pump maintenance. Continue Reading

Gift of Warmth – 3rd Annual Blanket Drive

September 10th, 2015

Cold weather serves as a reminder that the kind of warmth and comfort that so many of us enjoy is hard to come by for others. Make a difference in the lives of those in need by giving the gift of warmth. Shaw’s will be hosting our 3rd annual blanket drive. Starting October 1, 2015 – December 31, 2015.

Horizons-Fleece-Twin-size-Blanket-MLB13368229You can either drop off your new or gently used blanket at the shop at:

16838 18th Avenue
Lemoore, CA 93245

… or we can pick them up at your home.

We will match all donations and will be taking all the blankets to our local Kings County homeless shelters.

cotton-linen-day-blankets-close-up_1 Last year we delivered 212 blankets and our goal this year is at least 250 blankets.

Find more info at:, Like Us on our Facebook page, or call the office 559-925-9923.

Shaw’s Air Conditioning & Heating, Inc. – bbq SMOKE OFF 2015!

September 9th, 2015

At the end of every summer we like to give a HUGE thank you to our employees for working their tails off when it’s hotter than blazes out. Also a HUGE thank you to their spouses and families for putting up with them working so late. This year we held our 1st annual SHAW’s BBQ Smoke Off. We all had a blast!

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And the winners are …

Install Manager Victor Mena was winner of the trip-tip

Service Manager, Daerek Fowler was winner of the chicken.

How Refrigerant Interacts with Your Air Conditioning System

September 7th, 2015

We’ve written about the problems caused by low refrigerant, but we haven’t discussed what refrigerant actually does in the system. We feel that the more you know about the inner workings of your air conditioner, the better you’ll be able to identify signs of possible problems. With that in mind, let’s take a look at how refrigerant interacts with your air conditioning system. Continue Reading

Why You Should Replace Your Air Conditioner Past a Certain Age

August 31st, 2015

No one is going to deny that an air conditioner is a big investment. When you install a new air conditioner, you’re naturally going to want it to last for as long as possible. That’s all well and good, and an air conditioner can last a very long time with the proper care and maintenance. However, there comes a point where your air conditioner is worth replacing even if it still appears to be working fine. Read on to find out why you might want to replace your air conditioner once it gets past a certain age. Continue Reading

The Dangers of Air Conditioner Short-Cycling

August 24th, 2015

Have you ever noticed your air conditioner turning itself on and off every couple of minutes, without really blowing cool air? If so, then your air conditioner is short-cycling and you have a problem. Short-cycling is a significant issue that locks the air conditioner into its startup cycle. If not addressed, short-cycling can actually cause the air conditioner to break down completely. Read on for more information about the causes of short-cycling, and the damage it can do to your air conditioner if not handled properly. Continue Reading

Heat Pump Problems You Should Watch For

August 17th, 2015

Heat pumps are getting more and more popular, as homeowners look for ways to cut operating costs without compromising their climate control. While a heat pump is an excellent system to have, however, it isn’t perfect. It is important to keep an eye out for signs and symptoms that your heat pump is having a problem, especially in seasons in which you use it more often, like summer and winter. Read on for some of the more obvious signs that your heat pump is in trouble. Continue Reading