It’s been a rainy season across Northeast Florida, and summer only just officially started! In fact, the Jacksonville area alone saw nearly 11 inches of rainfall in June alone. With this in mind, many homeowners are left wondering what these high rainfall totals will mean for their properties not just in terms of potential flooding, but damage to outdoor HVAC components as well.
Tired of summer’s high energy bills, where it seems like you run your A/C at full blast 24/7 just to stay comfortable? Let’s do something about it! We’ve got some creative and practical ways to cut down on your cooling costs this summer that will keep you cool without draining your bank account.
In the market for a new air conditioning unit? If so, then you may be feeling a little overwhelmed by your options. Fortunately, by keeping a few of the most important considerations in mind as you shop around, you can ultimately make the right choice for your home, budget, and lifestyle.
You rely on your AC unit to help you weather the intense Florida climate in comfort. Whether your current AC unit brand new, several years old, or may need to be replaced soon, there are a handful of ways you can get the most out of your investment and extend the life of the unit.
Clean air is something that many people tend to take for granted. However, if you have allergens or other small particles of debris floating around in high levels in your home, you are probably affected by symptoms that you may not realize are a result of poor air quality.
Your air conditioner is probably nothing more than background noise to you. In most cases, you likely never even notice when it cycles on and off. In a few rare instances, you might notice its soothing sounds as you’re trying to unwind or relax.
Your air conditioning unit is on, and it appears to be running just fine. You’ve noticed, though, that you are still uncomfortably hot and sticky. There could be a few reasons why your A/C unit is not cooling the interior of your home properly.
For local Marine, Christopher Natto, his wife Sydney and their young son, Rhett, 2016 was a tough year. Christopher was hurt on a career-ending military recon mission that left him partially paralyzed. Homeless for the better part of the year, Sydney and Rhett were spending nights in his hospital room on a blow-up mattress.
Upon hearing about Christopher’s story, the community rallied behind the family by providing them with a new home in time for the holidays.
The home’s AC system is heavily relied on to manage the hot Jacksonville summers. When you get busy or you simply aren’t sure what AC problems to look out for, it’s easy to overlook the signs that something could be wrong with your air conditioner. The following five signs, however, are ones that you shouldn’t ignore.