Kool Breeze of Northwest Florida, Inc. Blog : Archive for July, 2018

Heed These 4 Signs of AC Trouble

Monday, July 30th, 2018 by Tom Vatter

heating-cooling-vent-register-on-the-wall-of-a-homeIt’s no secret that air conditioners in the Florida area put in a lot of work over the summer and beyond. And as long as your air conditioning system is starting up and producing some cool air, you may assume that everything is working just fine and carry on with your day, right?

Well, we believe that your air conditioning system should work better than just “fine.” You deserve the most effective and efficient performance that your cooling system has to offer. However, it can only perform at this high level if you invest in professional Milton air conditioning service, including routine maintenance and follow up repairs. Otherwise, you may experience AC trouble. So what should you know about the signs of a struggling air conditioner? Read on for 4 of these signs! (more…)

Tips for Choosing a Quality HVAC Contractor

Monday, July 16th, 2018 by Tom Vatter

Repairman-in-uniform-and-clipboard-greeting-a-housewife-at-the-front-door.When you live in a climate such as ours, it pretty much goes without saying that an effective and efficient air conditioner is absolutely essential to your comfort and health. You need that system to work flawlessly day after day, season after season, and to protect you from the elements that our weather brings.

If you truly want a reliable air conditioner, though, it’s vital that you invest in professional Milton air conditioning services with an HVAC contractor you can trust. This is not a partnership you want to rush into, as doing so could leave you with an air conditioner that’s improperly sized for your home, or installed incorrectly so that it can’t possibly work as efficiently as it was meant to.

Whether we’re talking about installation, maintenance, or repairs, you can trust our team, but how do you know that? What are the qualities of a good HVAC contractor? (more…)

It’s Never Okay to See Water Leaking from Your AC!

Monday, July 2nd, 2018 by Tom Vatter

water-droplets-graphicWhen the average person discovers water somewhere on their property where it shouldn’t be, their natural inclination may be to call a plumber to investigate a leak. However, you may actually need to call for Destin air conditioning repair, instead. Air conditioning systems can, in fact, leak water, but it’s not coming from your plumbing system. Instead, it’s due to condensation that has built up within the system and may, if drainage isn’t properly set up, find a way to spill over and into your home.

Depending on where your cooling system’s indoor unit is located, the results of a leak can be detrimental. So, what should you do if your AC system does spring a leak? Read on to find out. (more…)