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As an AC Contractor it has always astonished me how some clients look at leaking duct work as if it is a normal thing. So, let me ask you this, what if you had a plumbing leak? Would you let water actively leak into your home? Of course not, it could damage you home and [...]
Houseplants don’t just add some green to a space, they can actually improve the quality of your indoor air. Just like trees process carbon dioxide and release oxygen in the outdoors, a wide variety of plants can clean your indoor air, making it smell fresher and actually be much, much healthier to breathe. Many plants [...]
We’ve all experienced it: you turn your AC on and, even if it’s just for a moment, you hear that little clanking noise. Once your system really revs up and starts to cool down your rooms, you might not hear or notice the noise anymore, but you know you heard it. Most people ignore these [...]
It’s already heating up here in Florida, so now is the perfect time to get your Florida AC system ready to combat the heat and keep you cool and comfortable. Even if you’ve already been using your air conditioning a little this year, you’ll probably use it most often and put the most strain on [...]
You might start to notice that some rooms of your home are colder than others. You do your best to keep your home at a consistent temperature, but, now and then, you feel a draft. While a draft probably doesn’t seem like that big of a deal in the summer as it would in the [...]
When buying a new furnace for your home, you might notice that there are a huge number to choose from, in a wide variety of prices.
The Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) says an average home can collect about 40 pounds of pollutants and disease-causing indoor pathogens annually.
If you suspect that the cool air from you HVAC system is leaking out of your home, there might actually be a secret culprit: your attic.
No matter how high you crank up your AC, there just doesn’t seem to be any air coming out of certain vents. How can you figure out what is causing this issue and solve it?