Kool Breeze of Northwest Florida, Inc. Blog : Archive for August, 2015

How a UV Air Purifier Helps You Enjoy Healthier Air Quality

Monday, August 31st, 2015 by Tom Vatter

At Kool Breeze, we offer many solutions for poor indoor quality in homes, including air filters, electronic air purifiers, energy recovery ventilators and humidifiers/dehumidifiers. One of the most power air purification devices that we install are UV air purifiers. These purifiers target the most unpleasant of all intruders into a house’s air: bacteria, viruses, mold spores and other unhealthy organic pollutants. (more…)

What Is the Right Type of Air Filtration for My Home?

Monday, August 24th, 2015 by Tom Vatter

The most common way to clean the air circulating through a home and remove particles of contamination is with mechanical air filters. These filters do not require any outside power source; instead, they trap pollutants that attempt to move through them within a fiber mesh. An installer integrates the filter into your HVAC system so that all the air circulating through the ventilation ducts must at some point pass through the filter. (more…)

How Often Should I Schedule Maintenance for a Heat Pump?

Monday, August 17th, 2015 by Tom Vatter

Regular maintenance from trained technicians is a crucial part of keeping the heating and cooling systems in your home working at peak efficiency. Maintenance also protects heaters and ACs from suffering from unnecessary repair issues and helps them to achieve the longest lifespan possible. Investing in regular maintenance means investing in long-term performance and energy-savings from both your air conditioner and heater.

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Is My New Air Conditioner the Right Size to Cool My Home Sufficiently?

Monday, August 10th, 2015 by Tom Vatter

When it comes time to install a new air conditioning system for a home, one of the questions that you will probably have on your mind is whether or not the new AC will be powerful enough to keep your home cooled down the way you want it. This is good question, and it’s an important one to have answered correctly: if your new air conditioner is too small or too large, it will be a huge problem both for your comfort and your budget. (more…)

How Does Geothermal Air Conditioning Actually Work?

Monday, August 3rd, 2015 by Tom Vatter

Are you thinking about going with a geothermal heat pump to provide cooling (as well as heating) to your home? That’s a great idea! But you probably have a few hundred questions that you need answered—maybe more. Well, that’s what we are here for. We handle installation for geothermal heating and cooling in the area, and we are ready to answer all your inquiries. (more…)