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Spring Cleaning: Get Rid of the Musty Odor in Your Home

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Mar 29, 2019

Now that spring is here, you have probably begun spring cleaning chores around your home to get it ready for the hot summer months ahead. However, if in the process you notice a musty odor throughout your home that just won’t go away no matter how much cleaning or airing out you do, this is a problem that must be addressed. What could be the cause of the odor and what can you do about it?

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Tags: HVAC, ventilation, Jacksonville HVAC

Take these 3 Things into Consideration when Remodeling Your Home

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Mar 28, 2019

Tax season is upon us and if you’re like a lot of homeowners, you’re waiting for that check to arrive in the mail or in your bank account, so you can make some much needed repairs on your home. While a leaky roof or damaged floor might take priority over some other repair and maintenance tasks, you shouldn’t forget about your HVAC system when you’re planning home renovations.

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Tags: cooling system, heating system, AC Unit, HVAC, zoning system

Why You Can't Buy HVAC Equipment Online

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Feb 28, 2019

Online shopping has become a mainstay of modern life. For many, the convenience of searching for necessities, gifts, and luxury items from the comfort of their couch or home office provides them more time with family and less time driving to various shops. Those who live in rural areas may also find that shopping online offers them a greater selection and price range that local stores may not give them.


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A How-To Guide for Heating and Air Conditioning with Pets

Posted by Ed Miller on Tue, Feb 26, 2019

If you are like most people, you consider your pets a part of your family. And we know that keeping all members of your family comfortable, even the furry ones, is a high priority. After all, their comfort plays a big part in their health and well-being.

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Tags: hvac maintenance, pets, HVAC tips, Energy efficiency

Why Home Buyers Should Get the HVAC Inspected Separately from the Home Inspection

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Jan 31, 2019

Buying a new home is an exciting time with lots to do between the time you enter into a purchase agreement until your closing date arrives. Because this purchase is likely to be one of the biggest investments of your life, you will want to make sure that everything is up to par by having a home inspection. But did you know that you should also have a separate inspection of the home’s heating, air conditioning and ventilation system?

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Tags: hvac maintenance, Save Money, HVAC tips

Should I Control Temperatures Indoors by Closing Registers?

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Jan 24, 2019

Anyone who lives in a place with temperature extremes understands the importance of balancing comfort and budget. Though it may be tempting to turn the air conditioner up to a gale-force Arctic breeze during the hottest days of summer, or to crank the heater to Death Valley levels for the chilly winter, consumers know that a steady hand on the thermostat will save them money in the end. Instead, they may look for other ways to achieve the balance between their cold feet and their pocketbooks.

For many, economical climate control for the home may include closing the vents or registers in unused rooms. The belief that preventing air flow to one room will require less of the system and will divert conditioned air to rooms that need it may seem a natural assumption, but it is also an incorrect one. Closing the vents to unused rooms will not save you money, and in fact can end up costing you more money in the long run.

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Tags: Save energy, Reduce costs, HVAC tips

Winter is here - Is Your HVAC Ready?

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Dec 21, 2018

Summer has drifted away on an ocean breeze, and autumn has left us all behind. Winter has officially arrived in Jacksonville, and even though our winters are typically far milder than in other parts of the country, we still need to prepare our homes for the change in weather. While you may have done the smaller chores to ready yourself for cooler temperatures, such as airing out the heavier blankets or washing your favorite fuzzy socks, you may not have thought to winterize your home.

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Tags: winter forecast, hvac maintenance, HVAC tips

The Surprising Health Benefits of Air Conditioning

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Dec 14, 2018


 When you think of your air conditioner, the first thought that comes to mind is usually how it keeps your home cool and comfortable during the warmest times of the year. But you might be surprised to find out that it also can provide you and your family with some unexpected health benefits. Here are a few reasons why your home air conditioner’s job does not end with just cooling your home.


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Tags: HVAC, humidity, indoor air quality, Jacksonville HVAC

The History of Heating

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Nov 29, 2018

People have been heating their homes for about as long as they've had what could reasonably be called a home. Even before that, hunter and gatherer tribes would use heat in what we might now refer to as campsites to stay warm during times of rest. While technology has come a long way, few people understand where heating really comes from.

Keep reading to learn more about the history of heat and how we've improved upon this natural concept over the years. You might be surprised at how technology has changed so rapidly, perhaps even in your lifetime!

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Tags: heating system, Heating, thermostat

Top 4 Reasons to Go Green Today

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Nov 19, 2018

If you are like many homeowners, you probably have concerns about the rising energy costs to run your home. You might even be concerned about reducing your home’s carbon footprint and have made attempts to go green and save energy where you can. But did you know that running your home’s heating and cooling system could account for 56 percent of the energy used in your home? Choosing to upgrade your older and less efficient system to a modern and greener system is not only good for the environment. It is also good for your wallet.

Here are the top reasons why you should go green with the HVAC in your Jacksonville home.

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Tags: Go green, Stay Cool, HVAC tips, Energy efficiency

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