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

How to Boost Your Heating Efficiency and Pay Less

Monday, January 13th, 2020
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We’re going to guess that the “pay less” part of that title is what caught your eye, as it should!

The fact of the matter is, though our area of the country isn’t known for drastically cold and snowy winters, the drop in temperature this month absolutely necessitate a fully functional and effective heater. But if you’re staying comfortable this winter and find yourself paying more than you should, then you really aren’t getting the most from your furnace.

There are some simple steps you can take—some that don’t cost anything but a moment of your time—to not only boost the efficiency of your furnace, but help prevent repairs, too. What are they? Read on!

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Water Is Leaking from Your AC? Here’s What to Do

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

close-up-of-water-on-white-backgroundWhen you see water puddling anywhere in or around your home where it shouldn’t be, with no explanation, it’s probably your natural instinct to call a plumber. This isn’t exactly the wrong move to make, but the fact is, you may be dealing with a leak coming from your air conditioner—in which case you’d want to give our HVAC pros a call.

Most homeowners don’t even realize their air conditioner uses water to operate. We’ll let you in on a little secret—it doesn’t.

Keep reading to learn more about how your cooling system operates, and to better understand why you’d see water leaking from the unit. And remember, it’s essential that you schedule routine maintenance to detect these problems early on, and schedule repairs as soon as you are alerted to their needs. A leaky water heater can be quite destructive, and end up costing you thousands to repair subsequent property damage.

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Should You Invest in an AC Upgrade?

Monday, April 22nd, 2019

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.

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How Leaky Ducts Impact HVAC Performance

Monday, February 11th, 2019

hands-sealing-ductworkYour central air conditioner and furnace systems rely on a system of ductwork in order to operate. These central units cool the air in the summer and blow it through the ducts to the various rooms of your home. These air ducts are most often located behind walls, in the attic, or any other out-of-the-way location where they’re not usually visible.

Since they’re not visible, it can make it hard to spot when leaks or other types of damage occur with them. The good news is, the technicians on our team can address this problem of leaking ducts quickly and efficiently. But you have to know something is wrong to begin with to know to call for repairs, right? We’ll get to that below, but first we want to explain how duct leaks happen and why they are a problem.

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HVAC Services: Diagnosing an AC that Won’t Cool

Monday, June 4th, 2018

Woman feeling hot and trying to refresh in summertime heatWhen it comes to accurately pinpointing what exactly is wrong with a malfunctioning air conditioning system, you need the assistance of a Valparaiso, FL HVAC professional. And in our area, we know how vital it is that the problem is taken care of right away. Hopefully, you already had maintenance done on your system and don’t have to deal with this problem at all.

But chances are, if you’re reading this, you may already be facing it. So, although our next piece of advice is going to be “give our professionals a call to schedule service,” we can certainly give you an idea of what to expect when we come to diagnose what’s wrong with your cooling system.

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