Envirotech Air Quality Services Blog : Posts Tagged ‘South Florida’

Don’t Miss Envirotech Air Quality Services on The Vanilla Ice Project!

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

While we usually do not advocate for DIY projects when it comes to HVAC and IAQ services around the house, Envirotech Air Quality Services is proud to announce that we are entering our 3rd season as the HVAC contractor on The Vanilla Ice Project, which airs on the DIY Network! Building a new home or remodeling an existing one? Call EAQ for all of your HVAC and clean air needs at 561-686-8926. If you’ve not kept up with Vanilla Ice, AKA Rob Van Winkle over the years, this may sound a bit confusing to you. Just tune in to The Vanilla Ice Project this season to see what he’s been up to. Watch Rob and The Vanilla Ice Project‘s crew revamping and revitalizing properties throughout the South Florida area.

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Trane 16 SEER Sale!

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Trane 16 SEER HVAC Sale

Trane 16 SEER Sale

Prices starting at $2720 (After FPL rebate)

Digital Programmable thermostat included in price

16 SEER Systems qualify for federal tax credit of up to $300

10 year limited warranty


2 Ton: $2802

2.5 Ton $2801

3 Ton $2811

4 Ton $3103

5 Ton (dual stage compressor) $3699

Prices are for credit purchases. 3% discount for check/cash payment.

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How Much Can a High Efficiency A/C Save Me?

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

AC Energy Savings | West Palm Beach | Envirotech Air Quality SystemsYou hear about the great energy savings with new high efficiency air conditioning systems all the time. Have you ever wondered how much you can actually save with a new A/C? The Florida Power & Light Company has put together an easy to use savings calculator and buyers guide for Florida residents looking to increase their energy savings.

Find out how much you can save with the Annual Cooling Cost Calculator!

You can even qualify for money saving rebates if you purchase and install a qualifying system!

In order to qualify for a valuable A/C Buying Rebate, you must:
  • Purchase and install a complete high-efficiency A/C system. This includes both indoor and outdoor A/C units.
  • Purchase a new A/C system that has a minimum SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) of 14.
  • Purchase your A/C system through a Participating Independent Contractor (PIC)*.

Find out more on the FPL site! Envirotech Air Quality Services provides top quality air conditioning installation, maintenance and repair services in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach and throughout South Florida.

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Prepare Your West Palm Beach Home for Storm Season

Friday, July 20th, 2012

Hurricane Preparedness | West Palm Beach | Envirotech Air Quality ServicesEnvirotech Air Quality Services offer the hurricane and tropical storm services that you need. From hurricane preparedness to storm clean up, we can help get your home ready for the South Florida storm season.

There are many things that you can do to ensure the safety of your family and home during a hurricane or tropical storm. Be sure to have disaster supplies on hand, stay in communication, and listen to the alerts and announcements from your local news station. Call Envirotech to find out how to protect your home. We can install hurricane shutters and window protection. Be sure to prepare ahead of time by calling Envirotech. We can recommend the best type of hurricane shutters for your home. We also offer hurricane and storm cleanup.

We provide services throughout West Palm Beach and Broward, St. Lucie, Martin, and Miami-Dade Counties. If you need air conditioning installation or repair, mold removal, or duct cleaning services we are the trusted company in the South Florida area.

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South Florida Air Conditioning Question: What is R410A?

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

If you’ve recently started researching a new air conditioner for your South Florida home, you may have run across “R410A” – a newer form of refrigerant increasingly being used in high end air conditioning equipment. What is R410A and why is it different from the existing refrigerant most air conditioners have?

Chemical Composition

R-410A is a composite of diflouromethane and pentafluoromethane. This mixture of R-32 and R-125 creates a new compound designed to be used in commercial and residential air conditioning devices. Sometimes referred to as Puron, Genetron and EcoFluor, R-410A is a more environmentally friendly approach to cooling than the existing coolant most air conditioners use – R-22.

To date, R-22 has been the refrigerant of choice for millions of devices. However, because R-22 will no longer be permitted in new devices starting in 2020, R-410A is growing in popularity rapidly and will soon become the standard refrigerant option in new devices.

Environmental Impact

Despite being very similar in chemical composition to other refrigerants like Freon and R-22, R-410A does not contribute to ozone depletion, a major step forward for air conditioning. However, it has as very similar global warming impact – producing nearly 1725% more damage than carbon dioxide. One of the factors that negates this high global warming risk is the fact that R-410A is being used in a more efficient manner than past refrigerants.

Choosing R-410A

You cannot simply replace the R-22 in your South Florida air conditioning system with R-410A. Because it requires higher pressure, the devices that run with R-410A must be built specifically for this refrigerant. As a result, many manufacturers are starting the transition to the new refrigerant now, in anticipation of the 2020 phase out date for R-22. If you are preparing to buy a new unit, keep this in mind.

If you have any questions about installing a new air conditioning system in South Florida, give Envirotech a call today!

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