Author Archives: Philip Nisa, Jr. and Christine Mulrooney

Air Experts Discuss Whole Home vs. Room Air Purifiers

Air Experts Discuss Whole Home vs. Room Air Purifiers

Air purifiers are an effective way to deal with the many airborne contaminants that thrive in the Martin County area’s warm, humid air. While room and whole home air purifiers

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Relieve the Strain of Post-Tax Season through Cost-Effective Energy Savings 

Relieve the Strain of Post-Tax Season through Cost-Effective Energy Savings

Has tax season put a strain on your household budget? If so, lowering your HVAC energy consumption is a good way to save money and aid its recovery. Here are

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Take Your Home Back from Spring Allergies Affecting Your IAQ

Take Your Home Back from Spring Allergies Affecting Your IAQ

While the approach of spring is traditionally celebrated, spring allergies that come along with it are less welcome. Of the airborne allergy seasons, spring is generally considered the most troublesome

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Spring Cleaning: Clean Windows and Your Energy Efficiency

Spring Cleaning: Clean Windows and Your Energy Efficiency

Cleaning all your windows in the spring refreshes your home’s exterior and enhances its curb appeal. Washing and polishing the glass is great for the aesthetic, but spring window maintenance

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Cooling Season Means Getting Your Thermostat Ready

Cooling Season Means Getting Your Thermostat Ready

Once spring arrives, we know summer is right on its heels. With the approaching change in weather, it’s time to get your home and thermostat ready for the coming heat

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Looking Back on the History of Ventilation History

Looking Back on the History of Ventilation History

Although ventilation itself has been around as long as houses, modern ventilation systems got their start only around two centuries ago. Since then, they’ve evolved into reliable systems that provide

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3 Areas to Puppy-Proof on Your HVAC System

3 Areas to Puppy-Proof on Your HVAC System

New pets are always a great addition to the household. However, HVAC protection is essential if you want your equipment and your new puppy to coexist in harmony with one

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Ways Skylight Could Affect Energy Efficiency

Ways Skylight Could Affect Energy Efficiency

Having skylights in your home means you can count on having plenty of natural light throughout the year. While this can be beneficial for you, keep in mind that skylights

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What Are the IAQ Concerns for Valentine’s Day?

What Are the IAQ Concerns for Valentine's Day?

It’s hard to think that Valentine’s Day would be a health hazard, but there are some IAQ concerns (indoor air quality) to be aware of, especially if you or someone

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Know These HVAC Considerations When Renovating

Know These HVAC Considerations When Renovating

If you’re planning to remodel your home in the near future, you’ll have a lot to think about, such as square footage, function, decorating, and budgets just to mention a

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  • About Phil Jr. and Christine

    Phil Jr. and Christine Phil Jr. decided long ago to follow in his father’s footsteps working in the family business since he was a young teenager and Christine started working for NisAir in 1983 while still in high school. After graduation she continued to work at the business while attending the local community college for her career development... More »