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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Maintaining Your Water Heater Could Affect Your HVAC

Maintaining Your Water Heater Could Affect Your HVACDoes your home have forced-air HVAC and a gas water heater? If it does and and you’re trying to save energy, it’s important to know that proper water heater maintenance can directly affect the utility bills you’re trying to reign in. To achieve your energy-saving goals, water heater care is just as important as HVAC maintenance.

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Is a Humming Air Conditioner Normal?

Is a Humming Air Conditioner Normal?A humming air conditioner can be completely normal, as long as it’s making a steady, low sound. However, if any of your A/C components start to make a loud humming/buzzing noise, it’s more likely a warning of a problem within the system that an experienced HVAC pro should investigate further.

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Crawl Space Safety During HVAC Maintenance and Repairs

Crawl Space Safety During HVAC Maintenance and RepairsWhether you have a crawl space under your home or an unfinished attic, you sometimes must access these places to perform certain tasks, including working on wiring, plumbing or the HVAC system. Even if you hire someone to do the work, you need to ensure these spaces are as easily and safely accessible as you can make them. Following are some pointers on crawlspace and attic safety.

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5 Not-so-Normal HVAC Problems

5 Not-so-Normal HVAC ProblemsYour HVAC system contains complicated equipment, so it’s understandable if you’re sometimes uncertain whether it’s functioning normally or a problem is developing that needs expert attention. To provide some clarity, here are five HVAC problems that should raise a red flag:

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When to Schedule a Condensate Drain Line Cleaning

When to Schedule a Condensate Drain Line CleaningMany homeowners don’t know that their central HVAC has a drain system through which your home’s excess moisture is channeled and disposed of. As moisture condenses on your evaporator coils, it is drained away through the condensation drain line.

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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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