Air filters are important for your HVAC unit to work efficiently. They collect and trap particles of dust, dirt, dander and other debris that circulate throughout your home. With all the different types of air filters on the market, it can be confusing to know which filters are the best choice for your home. You […]Read More
As Floridians, we seriously love our AC. Air conditioning keeps our homes cool and comfortable on those muggy, humid days. It also keeps our indoor air clean and free of pollutants. Did you know that AC air filters are responsible for removing particles of dust, soot, and allergens from the air? When the filters become […]Read More
Here in Florida, we love our AC. Most Floridians would agree that every Florida home needs an AC unit. Have you ever tried to sleep with no air conditioning in the middle of August? Has mold ever taken over your home? When the AC stops working for any reason, major discomfort and mayhem will ensue. […]Read More
The condensate pump is the part of your HVAC system that is responsible for pumping the condensate (water) that is produced from refrigeration and heating. Your air conditioner works by absorbing the warmth and humidity from your home. Then, it separates the moisture, causing water droplets to drip into a drip pan. As water levels […]Read More
As Floridians, we are no strangers to humidity. But just because we have to put up with the humidity outdoors, doesn’t mean we need to suffer inside our homes. Excessive indoor humidity is not only uncomfortable but damaging to your home and your health. The most effective way to combat humidity indoors is with the […]Read More
A lot goes on within your air conditioning system. With so many moving parts (literally), it’s only normal for it to make noise – it is machinery after all! But if your air conditioning system is reaching new decibels, something may be off behind the scenes. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to […]Read More
Can a thermostat go bad? In short, yes – but, good news, you can expect your home thermostat to last about a decade. Thermostats don’t have a set lifespan, but the average thermostat should last around 10 years. After your thermostat has celebrated its tenth birthday, it might start to malfunction thanks to a decade […]Read More
One of the key components of air conditioning is refrigerant. Refrigerant (often referred to as Freon) is a necessary component of all air conditioning systems. When something goes awry and causes the refrigerant to leak, it can mean less cooling power, higher electricity bills, and an overall less comfortable home. And who wants that? Not […]Read More
One of the most stressful things about home ownership is finding out you have an HVAC issue. The worry will double if you also have a water leak, since that could have a ripple effect and cause additional problems with puddles, unsightly stains, or mold growth. If your air conditioner is leaking water, you have […]Read More
Air conditioners are expensive investments. Not only that, but they have the power to significantly affect your energy bills, your home’s air quality, and that the entire structure of your household remains as strong as possible (e.g. by avoiding mold growth or humidity-caused damage). To get more bang for your buck, it’s essential to schedule […]Read More
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