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DIY: Summer Air Conditioning Maintenance

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, May 28, 2015

air_filterAs temperatures in Florida start to rise with each passing day, it is difficult to imagine relaxing in your home without a proper working air conditioning unit or paying for an unexpected A/C malfunction when its scorching hot outside. The good news is that by conducting regular maintenance on your HVAC system you can keep it running efficiently throughout the long summer months and save money on expensive repairs in the long run. 

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Why Is My A/C Unit Leaking Water?

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, May 18, 2015

Summer is approaching! It's an exciting time of year as you anticipate longer, warmer days and special time with family and friends. Although you'll enjoy every moment, deep down you know it's going to fly by in a blink. As you prepare for summer, don't forget about your old air conditioner - it's about to be employed full time!

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A/C Replacement: Consider Initial Cost Versus Lifetime Cost

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, May 08, 2015

Selecting a heating and cooling system for your home is one of the most important investments you can make. There is the advantage of choosing a higher quality system to create a more comfortable home, but on the flip side expect to pay a higher initial cost. It is important to determine your need, know which system is best for you before purchasing an A/C replacement and know where to find your savings. Most importantly, it is critical to compare the initial cost vs. lifetime cost when purchasing your system.

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Summer's Coming: 5 Energy Saving Myths You Should Know

Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Apr 28, 2015

Nobody wants to spend a ton of money on their energy bill. However, in the summer months, you likely expect that bill to go up because you’re going to be running the AC just to stay comfortable.

If you’re like most people, you’ve done some research on how you can save energy, or at the very least, seen articles on the internet about energy saving. Unfortunately many of the tips you’re going to get on the internet, and maybe even in magazines and newspapers, are outdated and not really helpful.

Take note of these five energy saving myths and avoid them in your home this year.

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How to Get the Most Out of Your HVAC Warranty

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Apr 15, 2015

Updating or installing a new HVAC system for your home isn't a task to enter lightly. You want to make sure you get a system that fits your family's needs without paying too much. You want knowledgeable and trustworthy experts to help you choose the best option and then follow through with installation and maintenance. And even though a new HVAC investment can cost a few dollars, you want to make sure that in the long run you'll save money on future energy costs.

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Tags: HVAC

Explore Jacksonville this Spring with These fun Ideas and Events

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Apr 03, 2015

We love Jacksonville for so many reasons, one of these reasons is all the great things there are to see and do
year round. If you are ready to get out and enjoy the sunshine and the beautiful weather, we have a list of things you may want to try this Spring.

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What Makes Snyder One Of The Best HVAC Companies To Work For

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Feb 20, 2015

A career in HVAC maintenance can be lucrative, but only under the right direction. The heating and air conditioning industry is dynamic, and HVAC businesses must respond to constant changes in technology and business practices. Snyder Heating & Air provides quality training, benefits, and employee networking to ensure success in the world of HVAC. We have the expertise, ingenuity, and flexibility to offer you a satisfying, long-lasting career.

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Tags: Jacksonville HVAC company, snyder

3 Ways To Naturally Reduce Humidity in Your Home

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Feb 11, 2015

As reported by the EPA, excess humidity often leads to mold or mildew in the home. Mold and mildew, in turn, can cause serious damage to drywall, carpets, ceilings and more, not to mention causing allergies and other illnesses. The first step is to identify where the extra humidity is coming from and then to take steps towards reducing or eliminating excess moisture altogether.

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What To Do With Your Old HVAC Unit

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Feb 09, 2015

It is important that we all be mindful of how our behavior may impact the lives of others. We collectively are learning new ways of improving how we do things that everyone previously took for granted. Making the effort to donate old furniture, clothing and other items to thrifts stores may take more time than just putting it in the trash. However, it is worth doing to reduce wasting usable items and to benefit the lives of other people by providing them an option to purchase a needed item they may not otherwise be able to afford. There are also several options for proper recycling and responsible disposal of your old HVAC unit when you have replaced it with a new, more energy-efficient model.

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Tags: HVAC

What You Should Check Before You Make A Service Call

Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Jan 20, 2015

Having a knowledgeable heating and air conditioning service provider to help you out when you have problems with your HVAC unit is important as a homeowner. After all, your heat and air keep you comfortable throughout the year.

However, that doesn’t mean you need to reach for the phone every single time something goes wrong with your heating and air conditioning system or something just generally seems amiss with your HVAC unit. In some cases, you may be able to fix the problem yourself without having to pay a technician to come to your home and do it for you.

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