Schedule Air Conditioning Repair Sessions to Treat Hurricane Damage

October 16th, 2017

air-conditioning-repairThe past few weeks have been spent assessing the damage from our latest round of hurricanes and dedicating ourselves to repairing and rebuilding. If you’re a homeowner, those efforts should include a close look at your air conditioner. Centralized HVAC systems have outdoor components, which have likely suffered damage and requires the attention of a trained professional to restore to full capacity. The mild weather of fall gives you plenty of opportunities to do so.  Continue Reading

Is a Ductless Mini-Split System Right for Your Home?

October 2nd, 2017

ductless-mini-split-ACWe’ve hit the end of cooling season here, and homeowners are assessing the state of their air conditioners in the wake of the damage inflicted by Hurricane Irma. Replacement AC calls are at an all-time high, and should rank among the top priorities for getting your house in order this fall. A replacement call also gives you time to assess alternate options for your AC. Most homes in the area use centralized air conditioners, which generate cool air in a single location and carry it through the home with a series of ducts. It’s a safe and efficient way to condition your home, but it’s not the only method. Continue Reading

Addressing Water Damage to Your HVAC System

September 18th, 2017

air-conditioning-repairFlorida is only now getting back on its feet after the devastation of Hurricane Irma, and if you’re a homeowner, you’re likely engaged in assessing the damage to your household. That should include a close look at your HVAC system, especially the outdoor portion of the system which was likely subject to heavy rains, high winds and possible flooding. A good HVAC service can help you address water damage to the system and get it back into working condition again. Continue Reading

Check Your Heating and Your Air

September 4th, 2017

air-conditioning-efficiencyLabor Day marks the unofficial end of summer, though that doesn’t always mean much here in Florida as it might elsewhere in the country. Nevertheless, cooler days are coming, and that means you’ll likely be using your heater more and more often and your air conditioner less and less often in the coming months. That makes now an excellent time to schedule a maintenance session for both of your devices. It accomplishes a vital step in your HVAC system’s life, and it can provide benefits throughout the year. Continue Reading

UV Air Purifiers Keep Your Home Clean

August 21st, 2017

UV-air-purifierFlorida weather involves a lot of heat and humidity, especially this time of year. That in turn fosters thee growth of mold, bacteria, and other tiny invaders that can make your home a breeding ground for germs and stale air. The problem gets worse in the summer because most of us keep our doors and windows tightly shut to keep the cool air from our AC inside. That in turn allows those germs and bacteria to continually circulate in your home, lowering your quality of life and in the worst cases spreading colds and other sicknesses through your family members.  Continue Reading

Dehumidifiers Can Handle The Mugginess

August 7th, 2017

dehumidifier-high-humidityThe only thing worse than high temperatures during our Florida summers is the excess humidity that seems to drape the area like a blanket every year. High humidity levels in your home can be decidedly uncomfortable, and in the worst cases can even result in a health hazard. Air conditioners can roughly deal with the issue, but they’re designed for temperature control rather than humidity control, and high humidity can really wear them down. Continue Reading

3 Things to Look for in a Commercial AC Technician

July 24th, 2017

commercial-hvac-technicianIf you own a business or manage an office space in the area, you need a qualified technician to handle issues with your commercial air conditioning system. Our summers are too hot to let a problem simply sit, and a loss of air conditioning for even a few hours can be devastating: driving away customers and forcing your employees to work in unpleasant conditions. In some cases, it can even damage important components to your operation, like computer banks. Continue Reading

Problems with Duct Breaches and Leaks

July 10th, 2017

duct-breaches-and-leaksMost homes in the area rely on centralized air conditioners to keep the temperatures cool inside when the heat spikes outside. We tend to focus on the air conditioner itself when trouble arises, but that isn’t the only part of the system, and troubles with other components can be just as problematic as troubles with the AC unit itself. Continue Reading

How to Tell If You You Need Emergency AC Repair

June 26th, 2017

air-conditioning-efficiencyFlorida gets hot in the summer, and your air conditioner needs to respond whenever called for in order to keep your home cool and comfortable. That often means daily use, even 24-hour use during the worst heat waves, and when your air conditioner runs into trouble, it needs to be taken care of promptly lest your home turn into an oven. Continue Reading

Help! My AC Isn’t Blowing Cool Air!

June 12th, 2017

air-conditioning-warm-airSummer is on its way, and your air conditioner is going to be called upon to perform above and beyond to keep your home cool when the mercury rises. You need to be aware of any issues that crop up in your system, which can range from strange noises to short cycling to inexplicably higher bills. You don’t have to be an expert to know that something’s wrong when your air conditioner isn’t blowing cool air, or even if it is, but the air isn’t as cool as you’d like, you know there’s an issue. What happens when your AC isn’t blowing cool air and what can you do about it? Read on for the answers. Continue Reading