Get Your Home Maintenance for November Done in 5 Easy Steps

Since November is somewhat of a transition period between the calm months of fall and the cold months of winter, it is the perfect time to perform home maintenance. To help you out, here are five easy steps for you to follow: Read More »

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Install a House Humidifier and Say Goodbye to Dry Winter Air

While summer rarely presents problems with low humidity, whole house humidifiers can be a help when winter brings changes. Seasonal low humidity indoors may occur because cooler outdoor air naturally contains less water vapor. At the same time, home heating systems—particularly gas furnaces—can dry out household air even further.  Read More »

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Homeowner’s Guide to Preparing for Winter

Even though our winters in the Sunshine State are mild, it’s still wise to winterize your house. Not only will doing so ensure that your home stays cozy throughout the cool season, but you’ll also lower your energy bills. Be sure to follow the winter preparation tips below. Read More »

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Heat Loss Solutions for the Energy-Efficient Home

Home heat loss is always a possibility during the winter months, which can lead to a big waste of energy if you don’t take steps to prevent it. To help you find a solution to this potential problem, we’ve listed a few helpful heat loss tips below. Read More »

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Homeowner’s Guide to an HVAC Economizer

An HVAC economizer can help your central air conditioner operate more efficiently by inducting filtered outdoor air into the system airflow when conditions are appropriate. The sight of your central A/C still running extended cycles to keep the indoor environment comfortable—even after outdoor temperatures have cooled off considerably—can be disturbing. Residual heat in the house often means that the air conditioning process indoors lags considerably behind cooling air temperatures outside. Read More »

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Heat Ducts: Floor vs Ceiling Systems

heat ductsIn the interior of a home, the location of a heating unit can impact a home’s livability. Are you a Florida local looking for an effective heat duct system that will improve your quality of life should inclement weather arise? Would floor or ceiling heat ducts work better for your space? Read More »

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Test Your Home for Excess Energy Users

HVAC energy usageAccording to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), heating and cooling the interior of America’s residential homes accounted for a combined 421 billion kWh of electricity in 2018. That represents roughly 29% of the total energy usage for that year. Read More »

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What Every Homeowner Should Know About Ventilation Terms

ventilation termsVentilation or HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning systems) can be confusing at times, especially if you do not know or understand the technical jargon associated with them. The following is a brief breakdown of some of the more common ventilation terms you should know before you set out purchasing or repairing your ventilation system. Read More »

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Home Balance: Incorporate HVAC Elements Into Your Interior Decor

HVAC elements in interior designAn HVAC system is one of the essential components in your home or residential property. A functional HVAC system can improve living quality by circulating fresh air and reducing the number of bacteria and pollutants within your home or residential property. Read More »

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Understanding Heat Pumps and their Different Types of Heat

heat pump heatHeat pump heat is actually harvested from cold winter air. Even at temperatures below freezing, the outdoor coil in a heat pump can derive sufficient heat from the air to warm the house. For cool comfort in summer, conversely, the system reverses and operates like a conventional central air conditioner, extracting heat inside the house and dispersing it into outdoor air. Read More »

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