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How to Prepare Your HVAC Before Vacation

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Feb 10, 2017

Whether you’re headed out of town for a springtime adventure or you’re making your way to an exciting Mardi Gras celebration, vacations mean a lot of preparation for your home. As you’re making your place secure for your absence, you consider timers for lights and locks for windows, but you may not think of your HVAC system. Yet it is important to prepare your heating and cooling systems for the times when you are away.

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Tags: Air Filter, air conditioner, heating system, AC Unit, HVAC, hvac maintenance

Go Green with Your HVAC Unit Today

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Jan 30, 2017

Keeping your home comfy uses about half of all the energy on your electric bill. With greenhouse gases, climate change and the importance of recycling, the size of a person’s carbon footprint certainly makes a difference. So consider these tips and tricks to reduce your household’s carbon footprint, and even save you money!

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Tags: energy saving, HVAC, energy, energy costs, Save Money, Green Energy, Clean Energy

Why You Shouldn’t Put HVAC Maintenance On Hold During Winter

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Jan 25, 2017

Your air conditioner is an item you likely use in your home pretty much year round, especially if you live in a warm locale like Jacksonville. While you may not run it as much in the winter, that doesn’t mean your air conditioning maintenance routine should be forgotten.

The fact is that an air conditioner that isn’t properly serviced and working in the winter won’t perform well when you need to cool your home in the spring and summer.

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Tags: maintenance, HVAC, indoor air quality

HVAC New Year’s Resolutions

Posted by Ed Miller on Sat, Dec 31, 2016

When making New Year's resolutions, we normally think of things that concern our personal life. This year, consider making resolutions that involve keeping your home an enjoyable haven from the outside chaos. Here are some HVAC resolutions you can make that will ensure your system won't let you down this year.

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Tags: HVAC, New Year's Resolutions

Save Money This Holiday Season With These HVAC Tricks

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Dec 21, 2016

Even though most Floridians are used to high summer temperatures, they look forward to the cooler temperatures that fall brings. Though it may not get as cold as other states, Florida’s cooler weather definitely brings the feel of the holidays. For most of us, that chill in the air gives us a good reason to turn our heaters back on for a few months. This means it is time to rethink energy saving techniques to carry us through the cooler winter months.

There are several things that can be done to help save energy during the winter months. Running a central heating unit can cause an impact on our energy costs. We have gathered several great tips that will help you to save money on your fall and winter heating costs.


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Tags: HVAC, Save Money, HVAC Tricks, Holidays

9 Instances Where Home Maintenance Issues Made Us Wish We Hadn’t “Adulted” That Day

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Nov 16, 2016

While having your own home is both liberating and gratifying, one thing we all know, whether you’re a homeowner or a renter, is that home maintenance issues can make you regret ever deciding to live on your own. If you’ve ever been in a bind with maintenance issues and felt the desire to retreat back to your parent’s cozy, functioning haven- you’re not alone. We’ve all been there; it’s one of those fun obstacles life likes to throw at us to keep us on our toes. Here are nine instances where home maintenance issues made us wish we hadn’t adulted that day:


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Summer’s Gone, But Winter is Just Around the Corner: Get Your HVAC System Ready for Fall and Winter Now

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Oct 24, 2016


For most people in and around the Jacksonville, Florida area, summer is the season where HVAC maintenance really seems essential. While Florida certainly isn’t known for its cold, brutal winters, that doesn’t mean you won’t be running your HVAC system when it starts to really cool down outside.

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Tags: HVAC

How Does Humidity Affect Your HVAC System?

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Sep 29, 2016

As it is usually out of sight, out of mind, most people don't put too much thought into their HVAC system until it stops working properly. Understanding the basics of how your system works will not only help you identify if it's working properly, but it could also potentially save you money.

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Tags: HVAC, humidity

Prevent Lightning Damage from Ruining Your HVAC Unit

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Sep 21, 2016

While some parts of the country prepare for ice and snow, we here in Jacksonville are hanging tight while battling tropical thunderstorms. A little bit of rough rain isn't necessarily a big deal, but what comes with it can be – particularly for HVAC units. Thunderstorms often bring lightning strikes to our area and those bolts can wreak havoc on heating and air conditioning units.

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Tags: Tips, HVAC, Lightning

Is It Time to Clean or Replace My Ducts?

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Aug 31, 2016

The ductwork in your home does an important job. It circulates warm air from your heating system and cool air from your air conditioning system throughout your entire home. If your air ducts are dirty, old, or damaged, you need to clean them or replace them to prevent ventilation problems and protect your family's health.

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Tags: maintenance, HVAC, clean, Air Conditioning Ducts

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