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How AC Maintenance Reduces Allergens

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For those of us with allergies, many seemingly common things found in our homes can be a nuisance, a problem, or a real peril. Dust mites, pet dander, and mold are often found in homes, and when spring arrives, they will be joined by pollen to spell out disaster for people whose immune systems are overly sensitive to them. An AC system can help spread these unwanted particles around your home, but it can also help you get rid of Read more

4 Easy Ways to Make Your Guests Feel Welcome This Thanksgiving

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4 Easy Ways to Make Your Guests Feel Welcome This Thanksgiving

Making guests feel welcome this Thanksgiving is important. Despite the intended purpose of getting together with family and friends to give thanks, Thanksgiving can be stressful under awkward circumstances. The host may be stressed about everything being cooked to perfection, and guests may feel stressed about meeting new people. While it can be a good idea to put out place cards on the dinner table to help welcome guests, keeping guests in a comfortable atmosphere will really put them at Read more

How Ultraviolet Lights Can Help Fight Cold and Flu Season

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How Ultraviolet Lights Can Help Fight Cold and Flu Season

Cold and flu season is serious business. According to the Centers for Disease Control, over 5,000 people have been hospitalized in the United States for the flu this year alone. While stocking up on Vitamin C may help you combat the sickness, did you know your air conditioning system plays a big role in keeping you healthy too? Installing ultraviolet light technology in your AC system can help you and your loved ones fight the cold and flu season this Read more

Join the Comfort Club

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Of all the tasks you juggle daily, remembering when to schedule you AC maintenance shouldn’t be one of them. However, skipping your checkup may leave your air conditioner unexpectedly in need of repair while you melt in the heat. Don’t suffer due to a broken AC! Discover the easiest way to maintaining your AC and sign up for the One Hour Air Comfort Collection Plan. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll never have to worry about scheduling your system’s maintenance again. Read more

Could Your Air Conditioner Be Making You Sick?

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Have you been feeling under the weather lately? Maybe seasonal allergies have got you down? Or have you formed a mysterious, obnoxious cough that you just can’t get rid of? Before running off to the drugstore to stock up on medicine, you might want to take a look at your AC. When not maintained, your trusted air conditioner might be spreading harmful pollutants around your house, making you and your family sick. How Air Conditioners Make Us Sick When we Read more

Help! There’s Mold Growing in My AC Unit!

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You only need to do something about mold in your air conditioning system if there are obvious signs, such as visible mold or a strong mildew smell. The typical places you want to check for mold include the air ducts, intake vents, cooling coils and drip pans. Causes of Mold in Your Air Conditioning System When it comes to mold, there are two main contributing factors to look out for:   The first cause is condensation. When your AC unit Read more

How to Make Your HVAC System More Eco Friendly

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HVAC units are known to be the biggest energy hogs in the average household. Since more than half of your energy costs are dedicated to these systems, it’s important that you’re aware of the impact it has on the environment and your budget. To help make your HVAC system become more eco-friendly, here are some tips you may want to take advantage of: Perform Regular Maintenance A dusty and dirty air filter will make the HVAC unit work a lot Read more

Why Do I Care About This? (Preventing Coil Corrosion)

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Preventing Coil Corrosion Largo

People who live in Florida and other coastal areas are at risk for damaging hurricanes. Even if you don’t live near the coast, Florida residents are prone to coastal rains. Heavy coastal rains contain a combination of salt and air. Salt can cause more damage to your HVAC system than other typical factors. You may not realize you have a coil erosion problem until it’s too late. Just like the sea air erodes the beachfront, it also erodes metal surfaces Read more

What is the Clean Air Act?

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Florida is a state that gets very hot temperatures in the summer. No doubt, that is the season for air conditioning. This is also the season to take part in fun activities like a trip to the beach or your favorite amusement park. Therefore, it is important to ensure that the air quality is good. The Clean Air Act is a federal law that helps to reduce air pollution and works to set national air quality standards. It gives the Read more