For some homeowners, choosing a new A/C system can be as simple as heading to the nearest big box store and picking a window unit off the shelf. But for those who desire central heating and cooling, selecting from among all the different types and varieties of A/C units can leave them asking, “Which option is right for me?”
In Jacksonville, living without a functioning air conditioner is only tolerable during the winter months. The last thing you want is an air conditioner that fails just as temperatures start to rise.
Unfortunately, emergencies can happen—and knowing exactly how long it will take to install a new air conditioner can help as you make unit replacement plans. Read on to learn more about the timeline for an a/c installation and what you can expect from the process.
Winter is here and with it brings chilly homes, high heating costs, and leaving people to wonder if there are any money-saving steps they could take. The key to improved home comfort (and more money in your pocket) is understanding common heating mistakes you might be making and how to fix them.
Even Florida’s balmy climate can go on vacation during the winter months, and many Sunshine State residents find themselves reaching for the thermostat when temperatures dip into jacket weather. If you find that your furnace is constantly cycling on and off or just doesn’t seem to be getting your home as warm as it normally does, you may be facing a heat pump problem.
Did you know that your heating and air conditioning unit will need to run through a defrost cycle at various times of the year? This important feature is designed to help your unit work properly throughout the cooler winter months. In fact, without the defrost cycle, and the regular maintenance provided by trusted professionals, your HVAC won’t be able to operate properly.
A heating and air conditioning system is one of those pieces of equipment that we all take for granted and expect to be working to cool or warm our home whenever we need it. However, like all pieces of equipment, HVAC systems are susceptible to issues every now and again. One of the more troublesome problems that homeowners may face is a lack of adequate heating. To further complicate matters, this lack of heating may occur after a summer season where the air conditioning worked just fine.
As temperatures continue to cool in Jacksonville and homeowners kick on the heat for the first time since last winter, it’s common to notice a burning smell coming from the vents. This can be very unsettling, but luckily the smell (usually) only lasts for a short period of time.
One of the biggest questions people have when they purchase an HVAC unit or buy a home with an existing system is: “How long can I expect this unit to last?” The short answer is, it depends on a variety of different factors, including the amount of use, operational conditions, and maintenance schedule.
Many Jacksonville homeowners are incorporating the use of WiFi thermostats into their homes thanks to the many benefits they offer. These connected thermostats allow you to adjust the settings of your HVAC system from a distance, giving you greater control over your unit.
With WiFi thermostats, your home can quickly turn into a smart space. Here are just a few examples of why you should consider upgrading your thermostat to a wifi thermostat.