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Simple Steps to Save Money on Your Power Bill

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Feb 17, 2020


Already dreading your next utility billing cycle? With a few simple steps, you can prevent power bill shock. Give these easy tips a try and watch your bill shrink!

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Tags: Save Money, Reduce costs, HVAC tips, Energy efficiency

Ways to Reduce Your HVAC Unit’s Environmental Impact

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Feb 10, 2020

How to go green and stay comfortable.


February is a difficult time for HVAC units in Florida. Temperatures fluctuate wildly, from high 70s in the day to low 40s at night. Half the time it’s warm enough to use the AC, and the other half you have to switch the heater on and bundle up. This can strain your HVAC unit and cause energy bills to rise while also contributing to a greater carbon footprint.

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Tags: Go green, Stay Cool, Energy efficiency

How Do Pets Affect Indoor Air Quality?

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Jan 20, 2020

For many of us, pets are more than tail-wagging door greeters or purring lap heaters. They are cherished members of our families.

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Tags: air quality, pets, indoor air quality, Clean Energy, Clean Filters

5 Benefits of a Climate-Controlled Garage

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Jan 10, 2020

Whether you want to create the perfect billiards room or are just worried about preserving your vehicle’s longevity, a climate-controlled garage could be the answer. Read on for five ways a climate-controlled garage can benefit you!

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Tags: Tips, Air Conditioning, indoor air quality, Jacksonville HVAC, climate-controlled, garage air quality

Signs It’s Time to Upgrade Your Home Heating Unit

Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Dec 04, 2019

Are your bills getting out of control since the temperatures outside dropped? Does your house start squeaking and creaking when the heat kicks on? 

While it may seem like a money-saver to just make quick fixes to your old unit rather than investing in a new one, it may be costing you more than you think!

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Tags: heating system, Heating, Save energy, Reduce costs, Jacksonville HVAC, HVAC tips

Air Balancing - How to Prevent Hot and Cold Spots in Your Home

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Nov 25, 2019

Have you ever walked into your kitchen and felt warm? And later, entered the bathroom, only to find it a bit chilly? Is your bedroom the warmest room in the house but the living room is cold? You may feel like you need to see a doctor! However, the issue is with your house, and can be resolved through air balancing.

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Tags: HVAC, ventilation, Stay Cool, HVAC tips

Should I Leave Doors Open or Closed During Heating and Cooling?

Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Nov 14, 2019

The quest to keep your home a comfortable, consistent temperature can really take a bite out of your monthly budget. Investing in a smart thermostat can help, as can setting it to an appropriate temperature, but many people want to do more. They look for simple tricks to bring down their energy bills with small steps they hope will have a large impact.

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Tags: indoor air quality, Save energy, Jacksonville HVAC, Energy efficiency

How Your Home Benefits From Insulation

Posted by Ed Miller on Sun, Oct 27, 2019

Insulation is the hero homeowners need and the one they deserve right now. It works tirelessly day and night to ensure our homes stay a comfortable temperature, the air we breathe remains allergen-free, and our energy usage does not blow up our pocketbooks.

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Tags: Tips, routine maintenance, installation, Energy efficiency

5 Signs Your Air Ducts Need to be Cleaned

Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Oct 14, 2019

It is no surprise that most people do not give the ductwork for their HVAC system much thought until there is a major problem with it. Having your ducts regularly inspected and cleaned can alert you to problems early before they become major.

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Tags: HVAC, Jacksonville HVAC, Clean Filters, HVAC tips

A Guide to Evaluating Your Home's Energy Efficiency

Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Sep 27, 2019

Everyone wants to save on their energy bills. Since utility companies are unlikely to decide to charge less, it’s up to consumers to ensure they do all they can to reduce their energy expenditure.

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