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?
When you discover that your AC system is only cooling certain parts of your home properly, it may be a sign of trouble. Here's the most common reasons.
So far in 2017, there is an even greater emphasis on transparency with regard to chemical ingredients in building materials and with regard to the indoor air quality.
A Florida home energy & efficiency audit is the first step in making your home more efficient. An audit can help you assess how much energy your home uses and helps to identify the most effective improvements to increase your home’s energy efficiency.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that the air in homes and other buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air. What does this mean?
It’s always on the hottest day of the year that your air conditioner decides to give up. If you’re starting to have some issues with your system, here are some of the ways you can identify that problem and troubleshoot it: 1. Your system is running but very little cold air is coming out If [...]
Finding the right Sarasota HVAC tech can sometimes feel a little daunting. Who can you trust, and what should you look for? Here's 6 tips to help you.
Why hiring a AC Company who can look at your system from a mechanical standpoint as well as Indoor Air Quality standpoint is important
Most companies that install, maintain, and repair AC units care only about whether or not that unit is functioning properly. They clean vents in your home because it helps your system to run smoothly, not because they necessarily care about your indoor air quality. They service your unit to prevent it from leaking so that [...]
A brand new air conditioning unit can both lower your monthly power bills and make your rooms much more comfortable. What metric should you be using in making your decision? The SEER ratio.