Ways to Use Your HVAC to Fight Fall Allergens

Ways to Use Your HVAC to Fight Fall AllergensIt sometimes seems as if those of us who suffer from allergies don’t get a break. From one season to the next, the sources of pollen change, but the symptoms are pretty much the same: sniffles, sneezing, wheezing, coughing, headaches, sinus pressure and more. If you’re dreading the changing of seasons in a couple of months because of fall allergies, you might be interested in how you can enlist your HVAC system to help you fight them.

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3 Heater Maintenance To-Dos Before Cranking Up the Heat

3 Heater Maintenance To-Dos Before Cranking Up the HeatTake a little time before turning on your heater this fall to get the most from it when the temperatures plummet. Scheduling professional maintenance early in the season will put you ahead of the rush and the HVAC pro will have more time to devote to your system.

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How the HVAC Industry Might be Affected by the New U.S. Tariffs

How the HVAC Industry Might be Affected by the New U.S. TariffsMost of the news analysts who’ve covered the tariffs on steel and aluminum believe that the HVAC industry changes as a result won’t be beneficial for the industry or its customers. Few believe that the tariffs will help any sector of the economy and the setbacks in the HVAC industry will be serious.

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Choosing the Right Thermostat for Your Home

Choosing the Right Thermostat for Your HomeThe thermostat in your home can make a big difference in the amount of energy you use over time. When you have a thermostat that doesn’t work right or one that is older, it’s time to go over new thermostat options. From manual to smart thermostats, find out more about these different types so you can choose the most suitable kind.

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Ridding Your Home of Dust Mites

Ridding Your Home of Dust MitesDust mites thrive in warm, moist conditions so it’s no surprise that Florida households can harbor a good many of these microscopic creatures. And while you can’t see them, you are breathing in their decaying body parts and fecal matter — and that’s bad news for allergy sufferers. Read on to learn why you may need dust mite protection.

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4 Questions to Ask When Buying Your First HVAC System

4 Questions to Ask When Buying Your First HVAC SystemYour home’s HVAC equipment not only represents a major investment, but it’s also critical for maintaining a comfortable, healthy living environment in our hot, humid climate. Because of its importance, buying your first HVAC system can seem like a daunting task. To make HVAC purchases easier and less stressful, you need to choose an installer wisely and ask the right questions.

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How to Cool Sunrooms

How to Cool SunroomsHigh electric bills aren’t the only effect of Florida’s prolonged summers. Some people get stir crazy from having to retreat indoors month after month, but with a sunroom HVAC, you will have additional livable and comfortable space. As long as your sunroom is reasonably weatherized, adding air conditioning is fairly simple and affordable.
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Keep Bugs at Bay with These HVAC Protecting Tips

Keep Bugs at Bay with These HVAC Protecting TipsEven though most people are familiar with the possibility of insects getting into their kitchens and bedrooms, the truth is that bugs in HVAC equipment can be quite common. We know you’d like to keep these little critters out, so here are a few tips that should help you protect your equipment from the creepy-crawlies:

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Is Your HVAC Overworked?

Is Your HVAC Overworked?It’s very possible that you have an overworked HVAC system. For an air conditioner in Florida, working hard comes with the territory. Here in the Sunshine State, the annual cooling season can last fully 9 months. The average Florida A/C runs 2,800 hours per year—about twice as much as units in cooler states. No surprise, then, that the expected service life of a central air conditioner is also shorter here, averaging 8 to 10 years.

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Home Comfort Contributors

Home Comfort ContributorsOver time, your home can become less cozy. As a result, you’ll have to make some improvements. Fortunately, there are specific factors that you can control to make your whole family love being indoors. Here’s more on the important elements that affect your home comfort.

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