Kool Breeze of Northwest Florida, Inc. Blog : Archive for April, 2019

Should You Invest in an AC Upgrade?

Monday, April 22nd, 2019 by Tom Vatter

ac-unit-being-worked-on-by-technicianSummer is not very far off (really, did it ever leave?), which means that right now is as good a time as any to check if your air conditioner is up to the continued task of getting you through another season of hot weather. If the air conditioner you’re using now isn’t really up to this job, then it’d do you well to consider a replacement now, rather than wait for it to break down later.

The last thing you need is to be without an AC system any longer than you have to be in the middle of the hottest months of the year. Keep reading for some signs that it is, in fact, time to replace your air conditioner. (more…)

Teacher of the Year Award Recipients

Wednesday, April 10th, 2019 by Tom Vatter

At the March 2019 Navarre Chamber Commerce & Coffee event, Kool Breeze recognized teachers and their dedication towards educationing our children.
Kool Breeze expressed their appreciation of our local “Teachers of the Year” from south Santa Rosa county by presenting certificates and giving a small monetary gift to those teachers honoured.

Here are the teachers that were recognized for Teacher of Year for each local school.

 

Sharon Mavity,Holley-Navarre Primary, Teacher of the Year

Ruth Witter, West Navarre Primary School, Teacher of the Year

Jasmine Brockhum, West Navarre Intermediate, Teacher of the Year

Deb Wood, Holley-Navarre Middle School, Teacher of the Year

Dave Chaves, Holley Navarre Intermediate School, Teacher of the Year

Caroline Buechner Navarre High School Teacher of the Year

Kristin Ardis, Woodlawn Beach Middle School, Teacher of the Year

We also wanted to congratulate Caroline Buechner of Navarre High School for being nominated the Santa Rosa County Teacher of the Year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Humidity and Its Impact on Your Cooling System

Monday, April 8th, 2019 by Tom Vatter

top-view-of-air-conditionerThe first thing you should know about humidity and air conditioners is that humidity can, in fact, negatively impact your cooling system. And since we live in one of the most humid states in the country, that can be a problem!

Think about how uncomfortable excess moisture makes us. We try to compensate for it by turning our thermostats down lower and lower. Unfortunately, this means you’re making your air conditioner work harder than it should have to in order to perform, and it will accumulate wear and tear faster as a result. Additionally, even though an air conditioner does remove some humidity from your indoor air, it is not a wholly effective means of dehumidification. (more…)