Poor air quality can contribute to significant health issues inside your own home. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), there’s scientific evidence that the air inside homes can be more polluted than that outside. In fact, the concentration of some pollutants could be as much as five times greater inside a home than those that are found outdoors.
There’s no better time than now to determine if your HVAC system can handle the high’s and low’s. At A/C Designs, we’ve been working on air conditioning systems in Jacksonville and the surrounding areas for more than a decade. While not all system issues are created equal, there are a few kinds of problems that are more prevalent than others.
Did you know that you could be inadvertently making air conditioning mistakes that are increasing your energy output and, in turn, your utility expenses? Here are four pitfalls to watch out for:
Florida weather — contrary to what the rest of the country believes — is not always sunshine and warm breezes. In spite of our region’s reputation for hot weather year round, the reality is that Florida weather is very inconsistent. This inconsistency can cost you a lot of money as you adjust your thermostat to stay comfortable indoors.
We are pleased to announce that A/C Designs has been named as the Official Heating & Air Conditioning Partner of the First Coast News Storm Experts. Together, our teams of weather and HVAC experts are proud to provide residents of Northeast Florida with trusted news and information that affects their daily lives.
While the winter months in Jacksonville, Florida are generally mild, there are typically a handful of days or weeks where temperatures are near freezing and homeowners turn to their heating systems for comfort. To ensure your system is in peak condition, regardless if you are using air conditioning or heating, it’s important to perform regular maintenance.
There are many tips and tricks to save money on your energy bill. However, there are also many common A/C tips that are not true. Don’t get fooled into believing the following myths could save you money.
Optimizing your home for proper airflow can save you money on energy costs and make your living space more comfortable, yet many people fail to take these simple steps that will improve airflow quality.
Bioaerosols in your home can be damaging to your family’s health. There are a few ways you can effectively minimize their presence and breathe better in your home.
What are bioaerosols?
Bioaerosols is a term used to denote biological aerosols, which are microscopic biological particles in the air. Some of these particles come from other living organisms, such as plant pollen and pet dander, while others are tiny living organisms like bacteria and viruses.