When you reduce energy consumption in your home, you are also reducing extraneous energy costs and improving your home’s level of comfort. A variable-speed blower motor allows the air in your home to be precisely controlled and circulated at various speeds, thereby regulating temperature control and cutting down on energy costs.
Blog Category: Furnaces
Furnace filters are used to remove particles from indoor air. Breathing in dust, dander, pollen and more can aggravate allergies and asthma. In Florida, when humidity or heat requires people to stay indoors, proper air circulation is important to ensure clean and healthy air. That’s why furnace filters are key to your home comfort.
With the falling leaves of autumn comes the fall allergy season and an increase in allergens such as ragweed pollen and mold. For many Florida residents, this means seeking refuge indoors in hopes of alleviating the suffering of such symptoms as itchy and water eyes, sneezing and coughing. While staying indoors during peak pollen times might be a good idea in theory, it fails to take one important factor into consideration – the quality of your indoor air.
For optimal home comfort, you need more than efficient heating and cooling components. Though often overlooked, ducts play an essential role in efficiently distributing conditioned air throughout your home. In fact, if your ductwork is improperly designed, installed or sealed, up to 20 percent of the conditioned air that passes through your ducts could be lost.
Interested in improving the efficiency of your HVAC system? A little effort goes a long way, and routinely checking your air filters can give your system the efficiency boost it needs to improve comfort at home and reduce energy costs.
Cool, clean, well-circulated air is a basic need in Florida. Surviving a typically oppressive summer here without it would be unimaginable.
With the heat and humidity in Florida, the question isn’t whether to run the A/C, but what temperature to set it at. You might like it at a warm 74 degrees, but your spouse might want it at 62 degrees. This can make for an unhappy situation. It only gets worse if there are more people in the home, each with her own preference. If this is your predicament, a zoning system could be the answer. A zoning system can keep everyone happy in the following ways:
Our NATE-Certified Technicians Have Training Beyond What’s Required, Which Means Quality Service For You
NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence, a non-profit certification program for heating and cooling technicians. Though there are a number of certifications in the field, NATE is the only program supported by the entire industry.
It’s a hot day in Florida, and you step into your house from the blistering heat to find that your main foyer is quite stuffy. You know you paid your air conditioning bill this month, as you remember gawking at the price when reading the bill. Where is that cool air going? Chances are good that it’s being lost during its travels through your ducts.
To save money and energy, many homeowners are switching to a programmable thermostat that allow them to control the amount of heat or cooling air they use during the summer, winter, day and night. By programming the thermostat, a homeowner can reduce their utility bills to a manageable size to fit their budget.