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September 7, 2017


As residents of Florida we all have well learned the common ways to prepare for Hurricane Season. Some of the basics are: • Know where to go in your community for emergency evacuation • Put together a supply kit including

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July 18, 2017


Hurricane season has been quiet so far in 2017. But NOAA predicted 2-4 major hurricanes this year. As the dangerous part of the season approaches, it’s important to prepare your home. We all hate rushing to hunkerdown last minute, but

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July 4, 2017


R22 Refrigerant Changes & How they Effect Homeowners Years ago, the U.S. government banned the production of R22 refrigerant by 2020. R22 Refrigerant was the HVAC standard for air conditioner Refrigerant, however, scientists deemed it harmful to the ozone layer.

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June 20, 2017


Overheated A/C? High humidity levels make rainy days miserable. It’s 88 degrees outside, but it feels like 108 degrees. To cool off, you’re blasting the A/C in your home, and your HVAC system is working in overdrive. When you get

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June 12, 2017


June is National Safety Awareness month, so here a few tips on HVAC safety. With your air conditioning working a lot this Summer, you and your family need to take extra precautions. Your outdoor unit should remain cool if your

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May 28, 2017


Living by the beach means salt exposure – and a lot of it. It seems impossible to get away from the salt and sand in coastal Florida. It’s in your car, on your feet, in your house, and we’re pretty

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May 16, 2017


Why Is my AC Freezing Up? Temperatures reached in the 90 in the last week. Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, even Palm Coast homes have been dealing with extra HOT May weather. Florida heat means hell for your

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May 2, 2017


Does turning your Air Conditioner off during the day save you money The largest portion of your monthly energy bill is probably your AC usage. So naturally you want to know how to keep that electric bill down by lowering

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April 21, 2017


Clogged Air Conditioner Condenser Coil One of the most common AC problems is a clogged condenser coil. If your AC is on and set to a low temperature, but your house is not staying cool, chances are you have a

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April 11, 2017


Causes of a Loud AC Air conditioners can be pretty noisy. Between the compressor in the outdoor unit and the fan inside, heating and cooling systems can be the loudest thing in your home. Noise coming from your air conditioner

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