Kool Breeze of Northwest Florida, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Milton’

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…)

Install this System for Optimal Year-Round Comfort

Monday, May 21st, 2018 by Tom Vatter

hvac vent on floor inside homeEven though we barely ever get a break from the hot and humid weather, now is the time of year that homeowners really start thinking about their air conditioning in Milton, FL. Is your system prepared to take on the coming months? You want to be sure to schedule maintenance now to make sure if you haven’t done so already.

What if you find out that you need a new air conditioning system, though? The good news is, there are a number of options available to you, each with their own benefits. With our help, you’re sure to find something that matches your budget, whether it’s the upfront costs or the monthly costs that concern you most. For the latter, we highly recommend a system that can give you comfort all year round—the heat pump! (more…)

Common End-of-Season Heater Needs

Monday, February 26th, 2018 by Tom Vatter

HVAC Return Air Wall Register VentAround our area, the use of heating systems is brief, but necessary for when temperatures do drop to an uncomfortable level. Chances are, you’ve already begun to use your heater less and less in recent weeks. Perhaps you’re even done with it for the season. If a minor repair need cropped up, you’ve probably decided it can wait until next year, since you don’t need your heater that much.

However, this can be a big mistake. Spring may be right around the corner, but neglecting Milton, FL HVAC repair needs can be detrimental for your heater, no matter how late in the season it may be or how little you actually need your heater. (more…)

It’s Time to Maintain Your Heater

Monday, January 1st, 2018 by Tom Vatter

standard clock on a white wallSure, it seems strange to be talking about heaters in Northwest Florida. But when temperatures drop, you’ll be thankful for a fully functional heating system. Or, you’ll be regretting not having your heater maintained to ensure that it is fully functional! Even though our weather doesn’t get nearly as bitter as other parts of the country, the difference in temperature certainly will impact you enough that the last thing you’ll want to be stuck with is a failed heating system in the middle of a January night.

The best way to ensure that this isn’t the case is to schedule preventive Milton, FL HVAC maintenance for your heater, no matter what type of heating system you’re utilizing. Routine maintenance doesn’t guarantee that you won’t have any problems with your system, but it’s the only way to lower the chances of problems developing with this system. (more…)

Is It Too Early to Start Thinking about Air Conditioning Maintenance?

Monday, March 7th, 2016 by Tom Vatter

The winters here in Northwest Florida are short and mild, and that means that while other regions of the country will still encounter cold days during March and into spring, we’re already moving toward warm conditions that will continue to rise steadily through to our hot and humid summers. You’ve probably already turned on your home’s air conditioner a few times so far in 2016, and that means the time has come to consider AC maintenance. (more…)

Why Consider a Humidifier Installation This Fall

Monday, November 2nd, 2015 by Tom Vatter

When we hear the word “humidity” in Florida, we of course immediately think of the hot days of summer, when the high levels of moisture in the air make the high temperatures feel substantially worse. The reason that high humidity causes discomfort in hot weather is that it makes it more difficult for the human body to evaporate sweat and release heat. With more heat trapped inside your body, the air around you will feel hotter than it is.

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Now Is the Time to Schedule Maintenance for Your Heat Pump

Monday, September 28th, 2015 by Tom Vatter

Last month we wrote a post about why your heat pump must have two maintenance visits a year. Most home comfort systems, such as air conditioners and furnaces, only need to have a single maintenance visit annually, either in the spring or the fall, depending on how soon it will need to be in use. Because heat pumps are both heating and cooling systems, they work twice as hard and need tune-ups in the spring and fall so they can make it through the whole year. (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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