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Spruce Up Your HVAC System this Spring

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Mar 30, 2018

We may only be on the cusp of springtime, but temperatures are already on the rise and Jacksonvillians are hastily trading their winter jackets for shorts and bathing suits. While the it might be a welcome change for you, your HVAC system might need some extra help to adjust to the warmer weather.  Read More

Tags: service, clean, Maintenance Tips, hvac maintenance

Finding & Fixing HVAC Ductwork Problems

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Mar 23, 2018

Out of sight, out of mind? When it comes to ductwork, that attitude can cause lots of problems! The ducts that send air through your house may not be visible to the naked eye, but they have a powerful effect on home health and comfort. If there is any problem with your ducts, you’ll feel it immediately in more ways than one. Yet many homeowners don’t associate the negative effects of these problems with the ductwork itself, making it harder for them to respond. The following tips will help you find and fix all ductwork issues, keeping your house healthy and comfy for the long haul:




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Tags: repair, vent, Air Conditioning Ducts, HVAC tips

Easy Ways to Remember to Change Your Air Filter

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Feb 28, 2018


When it comes to taking care of your home and yourself, the most important steps are often both the simplest and the easiest to overlook. This is never clearer than when it comes to air filters, a critical part of your HVAC system that many people just don’t think about. Changing or cleaning your filter is relatively easy, but only if you remember it on a regular basis. Knowledge is your most important ally in remembering to keep your air filter clean, so make sure to consider: 




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Tags: Maintenance Tips, hvac maintenance, Save energy, Clean Filters

Reasons to Consider Upgrading Your HVAC

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Feb 22, 2018

Most of us have come to rely on our HVAC systems given the temperate Jacksonville climate. Air conditioning provides you with a comfortable refuge in the heat of the summer, while your heating takes the edge off the chill on the coldest winter nights.

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Tags: HVAC, Jacksonville HVAC, HVAC tips, Energy efficiency

Simple Tips to Maintain Air Quality and Help You Breathe Freely

Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Jan 23, 2018

When it comes to improving home health, air quality is both one of the most important factors and also one of the subtlest. You may not notice if the air you're breathing is dirty or dry, but over time, it takes a toll on your body. Thus, the more you can do to improve home air quality, the easier it is to achieve and maintain good health. The following simple tips will enhance your air dramatically:



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Tags: indoor air quality, HVAC Tricks, Clean Filters

Tips to Conserve Energy and Save Money

Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Jan 16, 2018

Energy Saving Tips Saving on energy bills may seem a formidable challenge, but to reduce energy consumption, did you know that making a few small changes can add up to large overall energy savings? Check out these easy, energy-saving tips to help you save on bills without sacrificing comfort:


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Tags: hvac maintenance, Save Money, Reduce costs, Energy efficiency

4 Things to Remember Before Turning Your Heater On for the Winter

Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Dec 26, 2017

Considering the local climate, buying a heater for your home in Jacksonville may seem pointless. Yet even this far south, it can get too cold for comfort, especially at night between November and May. You and your family will be healthiest and most comfortable if you invest in a quality heater and turn it on whenever you decide it has gotten too cold.

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Tags: Heating, HVAC tips

What’s a Good SEER Rating for a New AC Unit in Florida?

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Dec 15, 2017

Sunny, beautiful Florida can also sometimes be crazy fluctuating temperature Florida. If your AC isn’t cooling properly, you may be due for a new one. If you need a new air conditioner, two of the most important factors at play include price and energy efficiency. But with all of the features and options available, how do you know what to look for? In terms of energy efficiency, you need to pay attention to the SEER Rating.

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Tags: AC Unit, SEER Rating

Programming Your Thermostat for Maximum Energy Efficiency

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Nov 20, 2017

The longer you’ve lived in Florida, the more time you’ve had to get used to wild swings in winter temperatures. Compared to the consistently high heat of the summer, temperatures can range anywhere from 40 to 80 degrees during the winter, and often change at a moment’s notice. Not only is this inconvenient and uncomfortable, but it makes it harder to save energy on heating. When temperatures frequently drop only to come back up again, you’ll often find your heating system on higher than it needs to be, driving up your gas and electric bill while increasing your impact on the environment.

Programmable thermostats offer a convenient solution to this heating dilemma. By setting your heating system to keep the home at the ideal temperature for different parts of the day, you allow it to use the precise amount of energy necessary to achieve and maintain that temperature. This minimizes energy waste, lowers your bills, and helps you preserve the environment.

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Tags: energy saving, thermostat, programmable thermostat, Energy efficiency

Show Some Appreciation for Your HVAC System this Thanksgiving

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Nov 17, 2017

When you sit down with your family and give thanks this Thanksgiving, don’t forget to show some gratitude to your home’s HVAC system. This system works hard year-round, keeping you cool during Jacksonville’s hot and humid summers and warm during our nippy winter mornings. There’s no time like the present to show your HVAC system your gratitude for all it does by giving it the attention it deserves.

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Tags: Air Conditioning Unit, hvac maintenance, Holidays

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