Salt Lamps and How They Contribute to Air Purification 

Salt Lamps and How They Contribute to Air PurificationWith all the contaminants that thrive in Martin County’s warm, humid climate, any extra air purification you can get is helpful. Himalayan salt lamps look like a good way to add a touch of style to your home and clean your air, but these lamps don’t necessarily work as advertised. Read More »

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Ensure You Are Spring Ready: Check for A/C Repairs

Ensure You Are Spring Ready: Check for A/C RepairsIn Florida, we rely on our air conditioners most of the year. If you’ve had yours off over the cooler months but are getting ready to turn it back on, you may want to give it a trial run to be sure it’s cooling properly. And even if everything seems to be working right and your house cools down just fine, you still want to schedule spring maintenance to have your licensed technician check everything out so you’ll know if you need any A/C repairs.  Read More »

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Air Experts Discuss Whole Home vs. Room Air Purifiers

Air Experts Discuss Whole Home vs. Room Air PurifiersAir 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 each have their place, they don’t offer exactly the same benefits. Read More »

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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 SavingsHas 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 some effective measures you can implement for HVAC energy savings this spring and summer. Read More »

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Take Your Home Back from Spring Allergies Affecting Your IAQ

Take Your Home Back from Spring Allergies Affecting Your IAQWhile 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 for the most people. “Hay fever” is a catch-all term that describes allergic symptoms resulting from microscopic airborne pollen released by trees, grass and blooming plants. While there’s not much you can do about pollen exposure in the great outdoors, inside your house you have a helpful ally: your HVAC system. Read More »

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Spring Cleaning: Clean Windows and Your Energy Efficiency

Spring Cleaning: Clean Windows and Your Energy EfficiencyCleaning 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 is needed too, if you’d like to improve your home’s energy efficiency and HVAC performance. Read More »

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Cooling Season Means Getting Your Thermostat Ready

Cooling Season Means Getting Your Thermostat ReadyOnce 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 and humidity.

Here are some preparation advice on how to enjoy a comfortable home and energy savings: Read More »

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Looking Back on the History of Ventilation History

Looking Back on the History of Ventilation HistoryAlthough 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 clean air without wasting energy. Read More »

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3 Areas to Puppy-Proof on Your HVAC System

3 Areas to Puppy-Proof on Your HVAC SystemNew 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 another. Here are a few areas on your HVAC system that are definitely worth puppy-proofing: Read More »

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Ways Skylight Could Affect Energy Efficiency

Ways Skylight Could Affect Energy EfficiencyHaving 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 can have an impact on your home’s energy efficiency as well. Read More »

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