Why It’s a Good Idea to Install an Air Purifier in Your Home

Monday, September 28th, 2015

When it comes to indoor air quality, homeowners in Florida often have to worry about things like humidity levels. No one wants to feel like they are living in a swamp (even if some of us actually do live in one). Humidity isn’t the only thing to worry about, however. Read on to discover some of the things that can negatively affect your indoor air quality, and how an air purifier can help restore it.

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Air Conditioning Noises and What They Mean

Monday, September 21st, 2015

Air conditioners are not quiet machines. They tend to make quite a bit of noise during operation, and if you’ve had yours for more than a couple months you probably know what it’s supposed to sound like. If your air conditioner starts making noises that you don’t recognize, though, it might indicate a problem. Read on for a list of a couple of the more common air conditioner noises that indicate a need for repairs.

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Is It Too Late for Air Conditioning Maintenance?

Monday, September 14th, 2015

Summer is drawing to a close, and it is almost time to shut down your air conditioner for another year. If you happened to miss scheduling air conditioner maintenance this spring, however, don’t worry. It’s not too late to have your air conditioner professionally examined. Let’s take a look at the benefits of having your air conditioner examined, even during the fall season.

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How to Cut Down on Your AC Operating Costs

Monday, September 7th, 2015

Summer may be winding down, but you’re very likely still using your air conditioning system on a regular basis. That means spending more on your air conditioning system than you do at pretty much any other time of year. For some people, using their air conditioner as often as they’d like would result in prohibitively expensive monthly bills. If you’re one of those homeowners who is looking for ways to cut down on air conditioning operating costs, read on.

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