January 16th, 2017
Heat pumps are excellent systems for keeping your home comfortable all year round. But no matter how well you take care of it, it’s not going to last forever. The progression of time and just normal use will eventually wear out your system. When that happens, it’ll be time to replace it.
You certainly don’t want your heat pump to die on you in the middle of a hot summer day, so now is the perfect time to determine if your heat pump is in fact ready for replacement. Keep reading for some of the common signs that your system is suffering.
January 10th, 2017
Preventive maintenance is one of those services it’s important to invest it to ensure the functionality of your HVAC system throughout the year. Since we don’t have to worry too much about heat here in Florida, we often just think about our AC systems when it comes to scheduling maintenance. But what if you have a heat pump? This 2-in-1 system, which is perfect for climates such as ours with hot summers and mild winters, requires more than just once-a-year maintenance. Keep reading to learn why.
January 2nd, 2017
It’s the time of year when weather cools down a bit, and you finally have the chance to think about whether your AC system needs replacing or not. If it is time for you to consider an air conditioner replacement, we have good news for you! With the purchase of a 16 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) or higher air conditioner, we are offering a free UV light system to help improve your home’s indoor air quality and improve the efficiency of your air conditioner. But, why should this matter?
December 27th, 2016
Are you aware of the biological contaminants that could be infiltrating your home right this very minute? We don’t mean to startle you, however, we do have a solution for you! Germicidal lights—also referred to as UV air purifiers or UV lights—act as air purifiers, eliminating harmful particles from your HVAC system that could enter your indoor air. These particles include mold, mildew, and other various microorganisms. Keep reading to learn about the numerous benefits of germicidal lights.
December 19th, 2016
For many businesses, particularly those in the food and beverage industries, the functionality of their walk-in cooler is essential to their success. From catering businesses to restaurants and grocery stores, business owners and managers rely heavily on the functionality of these appliances to stay in business.
Therefore, when you need repairs they need to be addressed right away. Some problems have relatively simple solutions that we can help you resolve quickly. Others are more complex, however, and can result in significant business interruption. There is not always a way to avoid these issues 100%, however one way to significantly reduce the risk of running into problems such as those we’ve outlined below is by having your walk-in cooler regularly maintained.
December 12th, 2016
If you have a ducted HVAC system, then you likely have some understanding of just how important your ductwork is to the performance of your HVAC system. Unfortunately, not many homeowners think about this integral part of their heating and air conditioning system until something goes wrong—neglecting it for the most part. This is mostly because the ducts are hidden from view.
Ductwork also has no mechanical components, so it’s understandable to believe that they wouldn’t have very many issues. Air ducts often have leaks, however. They could be coming from small tears here and there throughout the ductwork, but even small leaks can add up to big problems. The solution to this isn’t a costly replacement of your ductwork (hopefully), but rather professional air duct sealing. Keep reading to learn some reasons why you should invest in this service.
December 5th, 2016
If you are like many Lake Worth residents, you may have started off your end-of-year festivities by attending the 2016 holiday tree lighting ceremony at the Cultural Plaza last Friday. Preparing for the holidays, however, is not just about attending community events–although we definitely support that! Holiday preparations also should include ensuring that your home is safe and healthy, both for you and your family as well as any guests you may be receiving this season.
November 28th, 2016
Your AC system has been working hard over recent months to keep you cool by utilizing a refrigerant cycle to remove the heat from the air within your home and exhaust it outdoors. This helps lower the temperature in your home, and also helps reduce humidity. When there is too much humidity in the air, your evaporator coil helps to control moisture levels, while the condensate tray and drain help evacuate that moisture from your home.
November 21st, 2016
If you have a central air conditioning system, it is comprised of two separate units. One is located inside your home, and the other outside. The outside unit is called the condenser. It gets this name because this is where condensation occurs to release heat to the outdoors. This unit houses the compressor, a blower fan, and the condenser coil, in addition to the motors and capacitors that supply power to the components.
If the condenser develops problems, then it can severely damage or even stop the AC system’s ability to cool your home. Given how much we use our air conditioners here in Florida, there’s never a good time of the year for this to happen. While maintenance is one way to significantly reduce the risk of damage to your condenser unit, it’s not the only way. Keep reading to learn more.
November 13th, 2016
The commercial HVAC systems on the market today are highly reliable—so long as they are appropriately maintained and cared for—enabling you to keep your employees, customers, or building tenants comfortable no matter what the temperatures are outside. Just like any other mechanical system, though, they can suffer from breakdowns among other operational problems.
If your commercial air conditioning system breaks down, you want it to be fixed fast, and fixed correctly so it can get back up and running quickly for minimal business disruption. We all know how uncomfortable it can get indoors for employees or tenants when an AC isn’t functioning properly—not to mention how it can turn customers away. But why hire a professional for your commercial AC repairs?