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A heating system is a major investment, which is why you want to get full value for it. While build quality can determine the natural lifespan of a heater, every unit needs maintenance at some point to stay in top condition.
When a heater needs repair, there are a few warning signs you can look out for so issues don’t compound. Let’s break them down.
While our friends and family in the midwest and northeast get ready for chillier days by scheduling heating maintenance and making sure their homes are well insulated, we’re still using our air conditioners on a pretty consistent basis.
That’s not to say you shouldn’t invest in heating maintenance too–you should–or that you won’t benefit from proper insulation–you will–but the fact is we have to give extra attention to our cooling systems.
That said, did you notice this past summer and fall that your air conditioner was struggling a bit? Maybe it’s just not keeping you as cool as it used to, or it’s running in short bursts instead of regular cooling cycles (this is called short-cycling). Read on to learn about some signs that it may be time for you to upgrade to a new air conditioner!
Navarre Chamber Foundation will help you start your holiday season with “Bells on” with this Family Fun Run through the local neighborhood. Start & Finish at Main Fire Station. Any distance! Run, walk, or crawl. Shortcuts to Grandma’s House!
Strollers and Leashed Pets welcome.
This is a non-scored event and has the best long-sleeve T-shirts you will find! Feel free to dress for the holiday spirit! No Refunds Please. See details below.
The pandemic has certainly left many homeowners throughout Northwest Florida concerned about their health, especially indoors. That concern shouldn’t have to follow you home though! You should always feel comfortable about the air you breathe in your own living space.
The good news, is there are products that can help reduce not only the chance of virus transmission, but also reduce other common types of indoor irritants, such as allergens, common household irritants like cleaning fumes, and VOCs (volatile organic compounds). Read on as we uncover how exactly to do this–with the professional installation and use of an air purifier.
If you’ve been a customer of ours for a while, then you’ve heard us talk about maintenance plenty. Routine annual AC maintenance helps your system work as efficiently and as effectively as possible, for as long as possible.
One of the many AC components that we inspect during your maintenance tune-up, due to the problems that can present with it, is the condensate drain line, which can become clogged. Read on as we uncover what the purpose of the condensate drain is, what can happen when it isn’t functioning properly due to a clog, and what to do about it.
If we had to guess the very last thing you need right now as a commercial property manager or a business owner, we’d say it’s a “broken down air conditioner.” While this is a major inconvenience in a home, it can be a full-on disaster in a commercial space, leading to the loss of business and worker’s comp claims if you have employees in the space.
You have enough to think about when you are running a business to worry about your air conditioner. This is why commercial HVAC maintenance is so vital–it helps you avoid 85% of the urgent repairs the system may ever need in its lifetime.
If you haven’t scheduled commercial AC maintenance in a year, it’s not too late! The only time it’s too late is if the system has broken down beyond repair and you actually need a replacement.
In the meantime, regardless of how diligent you are about maintenance, it’s a good idea that you and other building occupants know the designs of a commercial air conditioner in distress. Read on as we uncover what some of them are.
If you’ve lived in Northwest Florida for even just one summer, then you get that humidity is a major concern when it comes to home comfort. Even the mildest of warm days to us can still feel sweltering when the relative humidity level is high enough. This is because the higher the moisture levels in the air, the easier it is for heat to get trapped in the body. Basically, too much humidity makes you feel hotter than it actually is, because you can’t sweat it out!
Humidity creates other problems too. It encourages the development of mold and mildew, as well as other bacteria, and can cause water damage to surfaces. But if you have an air conditioner in your home, you may think that this won’t be a problem–that the air conditioner is a natural dehumidifier.
While this is true–that your forced-air cooling system does have dehumidification properties–it needs a little help. Read on to learn more!