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Discounts & Deals for HVAC Services — Don’t Be Caught in a Scheme!

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Dec 23, 2015

JACKSONVILLE, F.L.— Saving money and cutting back on expenses whenever possible is a priority for many homeowners. Determining when and where to budget the spending on home comfort can be a bit of a challenge. Websites and Postcards that offer products and home maintenance services at discounted rates can appear attractive, but consumers must be able to differentiate between the deals that are too good to pass up and the deals that can get them caught up in a scheme.

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Tags: HVAC, service, Jacksonville HVAC company, NFACCA

Help Your Allergies with HVAC Service

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Nov 19, 2015

Florida may escape some of the harshest winter weather conditions found in other parts of the country, like snow and ice, but that doesn't mean that the climate never wreaks havoc. Autumn marks the later part of the tropical season in northeast Florida, and for many people, the tropical season equals allergy symptoms. Here are some ways that you can look to your HVAC system to offer some relief from your allergies.

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Tags: maintenance, HVAC, allergies

HVAC Maintenance Fall Checklist: Top Five Things to Review

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Oct 30, 2015

Now that the winter season is almost here, fall is a perfect time for homeowners to check the home's heating and HVAC systems thoroughly. Even though, for the most part, Florida's temperatures don't change drastically in the winter, it's still important to conduct an inspection of your home's equipment and make note of what needs to be done so that it will run efficiently during the winter and the hot summer. If you find during your inspection that you need help, our Snyder Heating and Air Conditioning technicians are ready and able to assist you.

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Tags: HVAC, hvac maintenance

What Does National Indoor Air Quality Month Mean for your Home?

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Oct 29, 2015

October is National Home Indoor Air Quality Action and Awareness Month, which means you should take a moment to consider some very important questions this month: how is the air quality in your home? Does it pose a threat to your comfort or, more importantly, your health? Could it be improved?

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Tags: HVAC

Snyder Heating and Air Conditioning: Bold City Best 2015

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Oct 16, 2015

In September 2015, Jacksonville.com presented the Bold City Best, a contest that aimed at discovering the best businesses in the area. With 134 categories ranging from finance, sports, cuisine, and professional services, it was a difficult decision for readers to choose the best of what Jacksonville has to offer. Snyder Air Conditioning and Heating is extremely proud to have been voted the winner in the Heating and Air Conditioning category.

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Tags: HVAC, Jacksonville HVAC company, Bold City Best, 2015

How Back to School HVAC Maintenance Saves You Time and Money

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Sep 14, 2015

Part of being a homeowner means performing some basic maintenance tasks throughout the year.  However, sometimes our hectic lives cause us to forget to do very simple tasks that could save us thousands of dollars in the long run. That's where creating a mental, or physical, home maintenance checklist comes in handy. Mentally creating an association with certain events, holidays, or a specific time of the year will help you remember exactly what you need to do and when. Many people find that associating back to school with performing their annual HVAC maintenance helps do just that.

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Tags: Tips, HVAC, routine maintenance, back to school

Air Pollution in Home: What it is and how it starts

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Jul 16, 2015

More often than not, when asked about air pollution, people generally reference outdoor pollution caused by environmental factors outside of their control. Did you know that air pollution in home can be a source of pollution that has been found to affect short-term and long-term health for many people? By simply doing daily activities like cooling your house, showering, cooking meals and cleaning, you could be unknowingly adding to your home's pollution levels, but there are ways to ensure the levels stay manageable and you and your family stay healthy.

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Florida Summer: Mold in the Home

Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Jul 07, 2015

Living in Florida can be a wonderful thing, however the constant humidity can wreak havoc inside our homes, especially during the summer months. One area that is especially dangerous is mold buildup. If you have a spot or two of mold in home that you are not too concerned about, you may want to think twice. Mold can spread quickly and can become a health hazard to those living in the home.

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4 Signs of An Inefficient Air Conditioner

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Jun 22, 2015

For homeowners, an inefficient air conditioner is nothing more than a vacuum that drains  money needlessly from your household budget.  Day after day, your home cooling system churns away, struggling to maintain a comfortable environment for you and your family.  Even if your ac system is relatively new, it may not be operating in the most efficient manner.

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Improve the Air Quality in Your Home with Plants

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Jun 12, 2015

Take a deep breath. What do you smell? Perhaps the smell of breakfast or dinner lingers, maybe a hint of pet odor wafts your way or if you cleaned today maybe your home smells super fresh. The air within your home likely undergoes a range of freshness depending on the day, season or events in your house. Regardless of how your house smells, there are probably pollutants lurking around every corner. Dust, dander, and other microscopic organisms and chemicals inevitably congregate on furniture and carpets, making a happy home within the air you and your family breathe. No, you don't need to dust every hour or even every day. There's an easier solution: house plants to improve air quality! Scientists have studied the effects certain house plants have on air pollutants with positive results.

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