Galileo Thermometers and What They Say About Your Thermostat

Galileo Thermometers and What They Say About Your ThermostatBesides being attractive and decorative pieces for your home, Galileo thermometers can help you discover how accurate your HVAC system’s thermostat reads. It may also tell you how well your heating system delivers conditioned air to each room in your home. Read More »

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Winterize Your System Properly Before Winter

Winterize Your System Properly Before WinterFloridians tend to prioritize the condition of their air conditioners over their heating systems for good reasons. Florida summers can be brutal and the winters a delight, but it’s still important to winterize your HVAC system. Although mild temperatures dominate, cold days and nights are ahead and a maintained system runs more efficiently and dependably.

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Debunking Myths About Ductless System

Debunking Myths About Ductless SystemDuctless HVAC is an increasingly popular choice with homeowners looking for energy-efficient, cost-effective comfort solutions. Although the benefits of ductless mini-splits are becoming more well-known, there are still some misconceptions about this technology. To help you determine if mini-splits are a good HVAC option for your home, let’s debunk the most common ductless technology myths going around:

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Why Kitchen Ventilation During Thanksgiving is Important

Why Kitchen Ventilation During Thanksgiving is ImportantWhen you have the oven going and pots on the stovetop preparing a delicious Thanksgiving dinner, your kitchen and other rooms in your home can become overly warm and stuffy. If you’re having friends and family over to enjoy the meal, good kitchen ventilation is important to ensure everyone’s comfort. Here’s how to ensure ample ventilation for your holiday get together:

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Fireplace Heating for Your Home

Fireplace Heating for Your HomeNothing is more relaxing than the fireplace warmth coming off a crackling fire and with a few changes, it might heat your home as well. Since Florida has such mild winters, it doesn’t take much to get more from it.

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Thermostat Best Practice for the Fall

Thermostat Best Practice for the FallNot only is the autumn season in Florida absolutely beautiful, it’s also the perfect time for homeowners to make sure their thermostat needs are being met. Let’s take a look at some of the thermostat best practices that you can put into effect right now to make sure your heating and cooling goes off without a hitch this season.

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How Fog Machines Can Affect Your HVAC Efficiency

How Fog Machines Can Affect Your HVAC EfficiencyOne of the most popular ways to give your home a creepy, spooky atmosphere this Halloween is with a fog machine. But what kind of impact can that fog machine have on your home’s air, or your HVAC efficiency? Let’s take a look.

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Creative Halloween Costumes: HVAC-Inspired Get-Ups

Creative Halloween Costumes: HVAC-Inspired Get-UpsPerhaps we’re a little biased, but we love the idea of people dressing up as plumbers, electricians, or even appliances for Halloween. But you may not even realize how many different HVAC-inspired Halloween costumes are possible. Here are a few of our favorite ideas:

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Fall Landscaping: Keep Your Outdoor Unit Protected

Fall Landscaping: Keep Your Outdoor Unit ProtectedIf you’re like most homeowners, you don’t give the outdoor unit of your air conditioner, the condenser/compressor, much thought. That’s OK — it’s built to be sturdy and doesn’t need a lot of attention, other than when you schedule your annual HVAC maintenance visit.

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Ventilation and Your Home’s Temperature

Ventilation and Your Home's TemperatureThe length and intensity of Florida summers pose a challenge for adequate ventilation in homes. Enough fresh air prevents stale air from building and in the case of attics, excessive heat formation. Fortunately, there are effective ways to increase venting to improve air quality and manage temperatures.

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