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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Ideal Thermostat Settings for Summer with Kids Out of School

thermostat settingsSummer is here, and the kids are home. How should you adjust your thermostat and your HVAC schedule accordingly? Is there a way to enjoy a cool, comfortable home without excessively high energy bills? With the right thermostat setting, the answer is yes! Even in the hot summer heat of Florida, you can use your thermostat to effectively protect the temperature of your home and keep everyone cool, day and night.

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How Much Should You Expect for HVAC Costs?

How Much Should You Expect for HVAC Costs?As a homeowner, figuring out what you should pay for maintaining, repairing or replacing your HVAC equipment can be confusing and somewhat worrisome. Learning what impacts HVAC costs and what you can expect to pay for different products and services can provide some clarity and peace of mind.

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How Does Weather Affect Energy Bills?

How Does Weather Affect Energy Bills?Energy bills account for a large portion of the average household expenses. During our hot, humid summers, cooling costs can rise significantly. Here are ways weather conditions increase your energy bill and how to reduce those costs.

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Why is Your A/C Frozen in the Summer

Why is Your A/C Frozen in the SummerEven in the sweltering heat of a Florida summer, it’s possible for your air conditioning unit to freeze over. You may literally see ice on your unit. Water leaking from the unit and warm air coming out of the registers are other signs that indicate you could be having a frozen air conditioner. So what makes an A/C freeze in the summer? Let’s explore the two main reasons.

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Considerations When Buying a Portable A/C

Considerations When Buying a Portable A/CA portable A/C can be a helpful accessory to your existing central air conditioner, or totally eliminate dependence on alternatives such as window air conditioners. Compact enough to fit through interior doorways and mounted on wheels for moving convenience, portable air conditioners are becoming increasingly popular in many homes.

To make sure you have realistic expectations and get the most performance and energy efficiency from a portable A/C, here are some considerations to keep in mind before you buy.

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Pet-Friendly Homes: HVAC Tips

Pet-Friendly Homes: HVAC TipsWe all love our furry, four-legged family members but they can wreak havoc on our homes. That includes your expensive HVAC system. Read on and learn how you can minimize problems with the HVAC system in homes with pets.

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It’s Time to Change the Direction of Your Ceiling Fan

It's Time to Change the Direction of Your Ceiling FanCeiling fans can provide a big boost to your energy savings every year — if you run the fan blades in the right direction. Not all ceiling fans have a switch that allows you to reverse the direction of the fan blades, but if yours does, take advantage of it. Here’s how ceiling fan direction of blades can make a difference.

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HVAC 101: Teaching Kids about Energy Efficiency

HVAC 101: Teaching Kids about Energy EfficiencyOne of our main jobs as parents is teaching our kids how to be smart, responsible adults. Once your kids are grown and own their own home, they’ll be in charge of paying the utility bills, so it’s never too early to start teaching kids about energy efficiency.

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