Spring HVAC Problems You Might Face 

Spring HVAC Problems You Might Face When your air conditioner takes the winter season off, it’s going to need some TLC to help it perform at optimal efficiency. Even if you use a heat pump all year for home cooling and heating, spring is an important time of year to get it tuned up. Otherwise, you may run into trouble.

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Should Interior Doors be Closed When Running A/C?

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Martin, Palm Beach, St. Lucie and Indian River Counties in Florida about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Guide or call us at 772-207-1658. It’s logical to think that closing interior doors to rooms not frequently used would cut down on cooling costs. In reality, however, closing them may drive up cooling costs and contribute to more wear on central air conditioners. HVAC systems are designed to operate with a free flow of air and when the air supply is changed, they won’t work as well.

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Live by This Spring HVAC Checklist

Live by This Spring HVAC ChecklistWith warmer weather on the way, spring is a great time to make sure your air conditioning system is ready. Use the following spring HVAC checklist to help you prepare your system.

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Does Daylight Saving Time Affect Your HVAC?

Does Daylight Saving Time Affect Your HVAC?On March 11 at 2 a.m. it will be time to spring forward and set your clocks ahead one hour for the start of Daylight Saving Time. In addition to your clocks, you will need to reprogram your HVAC thermostat so that it’s in sync with your schedule.

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End of Winter: Essential HVAC Maintenance

End of Winter: Essential HVAC MaintenanceTaking time for end of winter maintenance for your HVAC system before the cooling season hits gives you some important advantages. HVAC companies aren’t scrambling to help customers with their equipment and you won’t be rushed getting your system ready to start cooling. Devoting more time to cleaning and maintenance will help its performance and your summertime cooling bills.

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Keep it Even: Solving Uneven Cooling in Your House

Keep it Even: Solving Uneven Cooling in Your HouseDo you routinely deal with cold spots and inconsistent temperatures when cooling your home? There are various reasons why uneven cooling problems can occur, and an experienced HVAC knows how to diagnose the cause and offer solutions to bring you greater comfort house-wide.

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How to Understand HVAC Ratings

How to Understand HVAC RatingsThe HVAC ratings all HVAC equipment carry tell consumers a lot about how much energy they will use. It’s useful to understand them when you’re looking at a new system, or if you’d like to evaluate the performance of your current equipment.

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How You Can Show Your HVAC System a Little Love

How You Can Show Your HVAC System a Little LoveYour home’s HVAC system works diligently to provide you with a comfortable living environment. If you haven’t shown it much love lately, Valentine’s Day is a good reminder that your system deserves some appreciation. Here are some ways to love your HVAC so it can return the favor with reliable performance and savings on your energy bills:

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Do You Need to Change Your Air Filter Monthly in Winter?

Do You Need to Change Your Air Filter Monthly in Winter?

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In most American climates, winter is the time when HVAC filters need to be inspected and replaced most frequently.

This is because, as furnaces and heat pumps are operating constantly to stay ahead of the cold, that much more air is circulating through the filter, leaving behind ample dust and debris to coat the filter. This isn’t the case in the southern half of Florida, where heating systems have a relatively easy time making it through our mild winters.

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Improve Your Home’s Efficiency by Syncing Your HVAC Systems

Improve Your Home's Efficiency by Syncing Your HVAC SystemsIn our hot, humid climate, it makes good sense to have the most efficient home possible. A key first step in improving your home’s efficiency is ensuring that all its systems and HVAC components are in sync.

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