Pet lovers definitely have something to smile about—studies show that caring for a pet (especially a dog) can improve your health, reduce your risk of depression, help you get better sleep, and even extend your lifespan. Unfortunately, there are some not-so-lovely aspects of owning a beloved pet, including the effect they can have on your home’s air quality. Learn more about how pets impact indoor air quality and a few ways you can purify the air you and your pets breathe.
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.
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.
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.
Even though it may not feel like it, the hottest days of the year are almost behind us. Now is the time to give our A/C systems, which have been working overtime to keep us cool and comfortable, some much needed TLC. Here are a few pointers to keep your air conditioning and heating system running smoothly as we enter the fall and winter months.
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.
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.
In most parts of the country, air conditioning is something that is used only for a couple of months. But air conditioning in Jacksonville, FL is nearly a year-round necessity–something many of us would feel lost without. Thankfully, if you have central air conditioning, you can expect it to work reliably, responding with the hum of a fan every time you adjust the thermostat.
Of course, no air conditioning system is invincible. Eventually, you may be faced with sudden problems that inconvenience your family and cost far too much. That’s only the first reason to call technicians to your home once or twice a year for an AC maintenance visit.
It’s warm for a majority of the year in our area, so it’s important to have the resources to stay cool on a hot day. But it’s just as important that we run our cooling systems efficiently year round, in order to help the environment, keep costs low, and extend the lifespan of our heating systems. In today’s post, we offer a list of some of our favorite tips to help you save money on your cooling bills without giving up your comfort.
It’s difficult to save money on a new air conditioning system. Many companies offer specials throughout the year that may help you save. But if you choose a low budget system with poor efficiency ratings, you will end up spending more later on. We recommend looking for ways to save money over time with a new air conditioner, rather than searching for the least expensive system. We’ve put together a few tips here.