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A First Time Home Buyer's Guide to HVAC

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Jul 16, 2014

Buying a new home brings lots of happiness, but it also brings added responsibilities. If you're a first time home buyer, there's important information you should know about proper care and maintenance for your home's HVAC systems.

As a first time buyer, you probably discussed many of your home's features with your realtor. Chances are you talked about the beautiful hardwood floors or the large windows, but you probably didn't adequately discuss your home's HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) equipment.

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Your Summer Heat Safety Checklist

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Jul 07, 2014

The National Weather Service Forecast Office reports that heat related deaths among young people in Florida are more likely than other weather related deaths, because of overexertion in the heat. A checklist of heat safety tips is a quick and easy way to make sure your family stays safe during these hot months.

Learn About Heat

  • Sign up for weather alerts. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will keep your local media informed about heat waves and potentially dangerous situations and will issue heat safety tips appropriate for your area.

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Tags: safety

Securing Your Air Conditioner For The Long Weekend

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Jun 27, 2014

A lot of people will pick 4th of July weekend to take a trip to the beach or get out of town. Here are some travel tips to keep your home energy bills down while you are away.

Don't Turn Off The Thermostat

Since you are going to be away for a few days and unable to react quickly to the weather conditions it makes sense to prepare your system for the long weekend. The EPA recommends that if you are going away for a while that you turn up the thermostat instead of turning it off completely.

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Tags: air conditioner

Top Things To Do In Jacksonville On A Hot Summer Day

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Jun 16, 2014

Everyone in Jacksonville, FL loves a nice summer day. But sometimes, the heat is too intolerable to do anything outdoors: go to the park, do a little shopping at the St. John’s Town Center, attend an event downtown, etc. What many people don’t realize is the large amount of indoor activity options available here in our own backyard. The following is a guide of some of our favorite places to take our families when we can’t bear the heat anymore.

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Save Money By Understanding These Air Conditioning Terms

Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Jun 03, 2014

Nobody really thinks much about their air conditioner until a heat-wave strikes and your unit gives out. Then, the primary concern becomes getting the unit up and running again and you hope that you don't have to spend too much money to do it. Educating yourself about air conditioners before you need to call for a repair or replacement is the key to keeping your costs down. Here's four things to know about air conditioning terms that could save you thousands of dollars down the road.

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Tags: energy saving, Air Conditioning

Our Partnership With FCNMHP

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, May 22, 2014

When the hot summer heat comes on, it is not just us humans that feel it - animals suffer from the heat every year, too. They cannot simply turn on air conditioning like we can. We at Synder Heating and Air Conditioning know how important pets are to you and your families and we want to help you keep your pets safe in the hot summer months. That is why we are partnering with First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP). Together we want to help by providing families with tips on different ways to protect their pets from the heat.

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Seal in The Cool (And The Kids) This Summer

Posted by Ed Miller on Sat, May 10, 2014

People are becoming more aware of the many ways they can save precious dollars on energy costs. Becoming your own advocate and educating yourself is your best defense. There are many ways to practice energy efficiency in your Jacksonville, FL home. 

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Tags: energy saving

Your AC Unit: When to Spend and How to Save

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, May 02, 2014

Air conditioners are one of the more expensive investments that you can make, outside of a car or a home. That means you should make sure you are spending your money wisely. With proper planning and care, your air conditioner from Snyder Heating and Air will be an investment that'll last you a very long time. What aspects of your AC unit should you be spending money on to most effectively cool your home? The following are routine maintenance items that our specialists recommend to help cut down on the costs of cooling your home and increasing the longevity of your HVAC system.

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Tags: AC Unit

Weathering the Storm: HVAC Maintenance Tips for Hurricane Season

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Hurricane season is fast approaching. While there are some predictions that there will be fewer storms than previous years, all it takes is one bad storm to make it a bad year, especially if your home isn't prepared. You can’t control the weather, but you can prepare your home to minimize damages. Investing time now to make sure that your home and HVAC system are prepared for hurricane season will pay off later while you are helpless during the storm. Use this checklist as a guide to help you prepare your home and HVAC system:

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Tags: HVAC, Jacksonville HVAC company, Hurricane Season Preparation, Maintenance Tips

10 Hacks to Keep You Cool This Summer

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Apr 17, 2014

Running the AC unit on full blast all summer is one way to keep cool, if you’re willing to pay for it that is. Another way is to incorporate the following energy efficient cooling tips to help you stay comfortable in your Jacksonville home, without the high cost, this summer.

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Tags: Tips, energy saving, Air Conditioning, cooling

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