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Do Your Research Before Scheduling This Service

You are sick of indoor air quality issues controlling your health. And you may have even noticed that the problem gets worse when you run your air conditioning system. Some companies offer a service that claims to eliminate your symptoms by getting dust out of the ducts your air travels through before it gets to the rooms in your home: professional air duct cleaning. Continue reading “Do Your Research Before Scheduling This Service”

Your Air Conditioner Probably Doesn’t Just Need More Refrigerant

You’ve probably heard the term “Freon” used in lieu of “refrigerant.” While it’s not the type of refrigerant used in standard air conditioners, you have probably heard that it’s a chemical that helps with the process of refrigeration. Continue reading “Your Air Conditioner Probably Doesn’t Just Need More Refrigerant”

Upgrade Your Thermostat for Summer Savings

It can be tough to save money in the summertime, when your energy bills are their highest. In Florida, we use the air conditioner for much of the year, so scheduling maintenance and changing the filter are particularly important for the wellbeing and efficiency of your system—and many of us remember to take the time for these tasks. Continue reading “Upgrade Your Thermostat for Summer Savings”

Efficiency Matters with Your AC Replacement

When you decide that it’s time for a new AC system, you might dread the final cost of the job. Many homeowners, seeking out the best price for their new AC installations, end up calling around from company to company in an attempt to find the best price out there. But if you’re only looking at the cost of installation and ignoring efficiency ratings, you’re missing out on the chance to save big. Continue reading “Efficiency Matters with Your AC Replacement”

Allergies Still Bothering You? Replace Your Indoor Air Quality Accessories

When Florida residents think about their indoor air quality, they’re more than likely thinking mostly of the temperature of their home. However, good indoor air quality is about a lot more than how warm or cool it is in your home. A recent WebMD article states that your indoor air quality could actually be worse than outdoor air quality, particularly in spring. Continue reading “Allergies Still Bothering You? Replace Your Indoor Air Quality Accessories”

It’s Not Summer Yet But You Shouldn’t Wait for AC Service

One of the key reasons for summer air conditioning system breakdowns has to do with a lack of preparation earlier on in the season. We know that it’s tough to think about your air conditioner when it’s nice enough outside to open up some windows and let in the fresh air, but making air conditioning service a priority early in the year can save you a lot of hassle and money later on. Continue reading “It’s Not Summer Yet But You Shouldn’t Wait for AC Service”

Got Allergies? Get Whole-House Air Filtration

When you come home and turn on the air conditioning system, you expect to feel comfortable. But sneezing, coughing and itchy eyes can get in the way, as your air conditioning system continues to recirculate harmful particles like mold spores, pet dander, and even bacteria through the air. How can you manage? Continue reading “Got Allergies? Get Whole-House Air Filtration”

When Temperatures Drop, It’s a Great Time to Replace Your AC!

Outdoor temperatures have started to fall, so you don’t need to run your air conditioning system very often, if at all. This is the perfect opportunity to replace an outdated air conditioner. Air conditioning systems that are ten years old or older are more likely to fail when you really need them, so don’t wait until your system has broken down completely. Upgrade today when the weather is cool, and get better efficiency and performance from your new unit! Continue reading “When Temperatures Drop, It’s a Great Time to Replace Your AC!”

Why Are the Rooms in My Home Different Temperatures?

When you set the thermostat in your home to a particular temperature, the expectation is that the entire home will be cooled to this same setting. However, this isn’t always the case, especially in large homes with architectural features like large windows and vaulted ceilings, or in any home with multiple stories. Continue reading “Why Are the Rooms in My Home Different Temperatures?”

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