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Why the Right HVAC Placement is Vital

Why the Right HVAC Placement is Vital

When it comes to HVAC placement, just any place isn’t good enough. While the furnace as well as indoor A/C components typically have dedicated locations with existing access to vent

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What to do When Your Thermostat is Off Schedule

What to do When Your Thermostat is Off Schedule

No matter what kind of thermostat you have, eventually yours will malfunction and you will need to practice thermostat troubleshooting. Sometimes the fix is quite simple, so before you run

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An Introduction to Manuals J, D, and S

An Introduction to Manuals J, D, and S

Chances are, you’ve never heard of Manual J, Manual D, or Manual S because they’re the unsung heroes in the HVAC industry. These manuals are an essential computer software that HVAC

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Need to Replace Thermostat Batteries? Here Are a Few Pointers

While many people give their heating and cooling equipment all the credit for providing a comfortable home environment, they should really be thanking their thermostat. As the brains behind the

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Don’t Damage Your HVAC System During Your Home Remodel – Ways to Avoid It

Remodeling your home is an excellent way to increase its value or make your space more usable for your family. However, remodeling can be a messy process, and if you’re

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Knowing the Terms, AFUE, SEER and HSPF, Is Important for Your Next HVAC Purchase

Energy efficiency is an important factor when cooling and heating your Palm Beach County home. But it can be hard to distinguish at a glance just which new HVAC system

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New HVAC System Design: Insist on Right Sizing

The most important aspect of replacing an HVAC system depends on sizing it right, which is why this should be the first step in the process. Any contractor installing a

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Dust: Your No. 1 Indoor Air Pollutant

Dust, pollen, fungal spores, and various other microorganisms and air pollutants are present in the air we breathe each day, but if they rise to abnormal levels, they can affect

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Suspect Your Ductwork Is Ancient? How to Tell

Whether it’s hot and humid or cold and dry, old ductwork may be costing you energy dollars each month. Ducting systems wear out over time and develops leaks that flow

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Even in South Florida, Heat Loss in Winter Should be Dealt With

Most of us here living on the Treasure Coast never grow so used to the climate that we forget why we’re here. Our average low only sneaks down to just

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    Phil Jr. and Christine Phil Jr. decided long ago to follow in his father’s footsteps working in the family business since he was a young teenager and Christine started working for NisAir in 1983 while still in high school. After graduation she continued to work at the business while attending the local community college for her career development... More »