Speak the Language of HVAC Heating Season With This Guide

Speak the Language of HVAC Heating Season With This GuideIt’s helpful to be familiar with the HVAC terms that are commonly used during the short South Florida heating season. They help you understand your heating system better and have an informed conversation with an HVAC technician. Here are some important heating season terms you should know.

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Air Handler-Heater Odor: What is it?

Air Handler-Heater Odor: What is it?Some household odors and smells, such as from your kitchen sink disposal or waste bin, while not very pleasant, may come as no surprise. Grinding orange peels or a quick spray cleaning is all it takes to remedy the odors. However, what do you do when you detect an unusual or foul furnace smell from your air vents? Here are some tips!

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Want to Save Money and Sleep Better? Turn Down the Temp

Want to Save Money and Sleep Better? Turn Down the TempOne of the simplest ways to save energy during the heating season is to turn down your thermostat. Some people think that by cranking it higher, it will warm your house more quickly, but in reality, all it does is waste money. You can save even more by turning the thermostat down a few degrees at night.

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Helpful Tips for Checking Insulation Levels

Helpful Tips for Checking Insulation LevelsYour home’s insulation level should be up to today’s recommended standards. Inadequate insulation lowers your comfort level and makes your HVAC system work harder. Fortunately, you can do some easy checks to determine your insulation levels.

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The Basics of Load Calculations

The Basics of Load CalculationsGetting the most from a new HVAC system depends in large part on the load calculation the HVAC contractor conducts beforehand. HVAC systems need to be matched to the home in which they’re installed to deliver the comfort, energy efficiency and durability he manufacturer promises.

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Winter Safety Precautions for Your Florida Home

Winter Safety Precautions for Your Florida HomeYou might think that here in South Florida, there’s no need to worry about winter home safety. Few homeowners will ever have to be concerned about frozen pipes. Nevertheless, there are other winter home safety issues that you need to stay on top of, particularly when the house is shut up tight.

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Signs of Aging Ductwork

Signs of Aging DuctworkThe overall efficiency of the HVAC system in your Florida home depends not only on the health of your heating and cooling equipment, but also on the condition of your air ducts. Old ductwork can have airflow restrictions, leaks, or other problems that reduce heating and cooling efficiency, increase your energy costs, and make your home less comfortable.

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Reprogram Your Thermostat for Colder Weather

Reprogram Your Thermostat for Colder WeatherHaving a programmable thermostat in your home can help you save a significant amount of money on energy bills over time. In order to do so, it’s important to make sure you know how to get the most out of your thermostat during the winter months. Use the following tips on resetting the programmable thermostat for heating your home this season.

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Perform a Carbon Monoxide Detector Check

Perform a Carbon Monoxide Detector CheckTo look at a typical carbon monoxide detector, it isn’t very impressive. However, carbon monoxide detectors can literally mean the difference between life and death for you and your family.

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Tax Credits to Take Advantage of Before the Year Ends

Tax Credits to Take Advantage of Before the Year EndsWhen next April 15 rolls around, can you claim federal tax credits for HVAC upgrades during 2016? You still can, but only if you act fast. There are other advantages, beyond tax breaks, for making the switch to more current heating and/or cooling technology now.

You’ll almost certainly get higher energy efficiency that will in turn deliver lower monthly operating costs from day one. You’ll also benefit from new options and features, as well as more generous warranty terms.

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