Homeowner’s Guide to an HVAC Economizer

An HVAC economizer can help your central air conditioner operate more efficiently by inducting filtered outdoor air into the system airflow when conditions are appropriate. The sight of your central A/C still running extended cycles to keep the indoor environment comfortable—even after outdoor temperatures have cooled off considerably—can be disturbing. Residual heat in the house often means that the air conditioning process indoors lags considerably behind cooling air temperatures outside. Read More »

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Heat Ducts: Floor vs Ceiling Systems

heat ductsIn the interior of a home, the location of a heating unit can impact a home’s livability. Are you a Florida local looking for an effective heat duct system that will improve your quality of life should inclement weather arise? Would floor or ceiling heat ducts work better for your space? Read More »

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Test Your Home for Excess Energy Users

HVAC energy usageAccording to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), heating and cooling the interior of America’s residential homes accounted for a combined 421 billion kWh of electricity in 2018. That represents roughly 29% of the total energy usage for that year. Read More »

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What Every Homeowner Should Know About Ventilation Terms

ventilation termsVentilation or HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning systems) can be confusing at times, especially if you do not know or understand the technical jargon associated with them. The following is a brief breakdown of some of the more common ventilation terms you should know before you set out purchasing or repairing your ventilation system. Read More »

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Home Balance: Incorporate HVAC Elements Into Your Interior Decor

HVAC elements in interior designAn HVAC system is one of the essential components in your home or residential property. A functional HVAC system can improve living quality by circulating fresh air and reducing the number of bacteria and pollutants within your home or residential property. Read More »

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Understanding Heat Pumps and their Different Types of Heat

heat pump heatHeat pump heat is actually harvested from cold winter air. Even at temperatures below freezing, the outdoor coil in a heat pump can derive sufficient heat from the air to warm the house. For cool comfort in summer, conversely, the system reverses and operates like a conventional central air conditioner, extracting heat inside the house and dispersing it into outdoor air. Read More »

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The Basics to the SEER Rating

SEER ratingShopping for a new HVAC system can seem overwhelming, but one way you can get a good handle on the kind of air conditioner, furnace or heat pump you’re buying is the efficiency rating. So what is the SEER rating? Read More »

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Make Smart Home Choices: HVAC Options for Old Houses

hvac options for old housesOld houses have considerable appeal for some homeowners. Maybe the price is right and you’re looking for a fixer upper, or else you’ve just fallen in love with the charm of a vintage home. Whatever the inspiration for your old home investment, you’ll need a reliable, efficient HVAC system to stay comfortable in Florida weather year-round. Here are some of the HVAC options for old houses. Read More »

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Your Guide to Solving Common HVAC Fan Problems

HVAC fan problemsIf you’ve got HVAC fan problems, you probably already know the signs. No matter how effectively your central air conditioner functions, all that cool comfort goes nowhere if the system blower fan’s not operating up to specs. Household comfort declines, indoor air quality suffers and other system components may be subjected to excess wear and tear. Read More »

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When Should You Replace Your Insulation?

replacing insulationReplacing home insulation is sometimes necessary in certain situations. In other cases, it may be simply a worthy option in order to upgrade home energy efficiency and support consistent comfort. Insulating material typically doesn’t deteriorate or “wear out” unless it is damaged or otherwise compromised.  However, under very specific circumstances, replacing insulation may be the best course of action. Read More »

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