An air-purification system can be a boon to the respiratory health of you and your family. These systems are designed to neutralize and eliminate microscopic pollutants in your home’s indoor air, helping you avoid the many health problems than can result from prolonged exposure to indoor air pollution.
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Programmable thermostats keep getting better and better, which is good news for residents of Florida’s Suncoast. Some “smart” models even give you the capability to make changes to your settings when you’re not even home. Remote access allows you to program your thermostat over the Internet, via a wireless connection.
The air inside your home can contain 10 times more allergy-inducing particles than the air found outdoors. This creates an uncomfortable and unpleasant home environment. But with these five easy ways to allergy-proof your Florida home, you will increase your indoor air quality and improve your overall health.
Many Florida homeowners suffer from poor indoor air quality. Florida residents tend to keep doors and windows sealed to hold conditioned air in, inadvertently trapping unhealthy air pollution indoors. If you notice poor indoor air quality or tend to keep your home sealed up to hold air conditioning in, consider an electronic air cleaner to improve your home’s air quality.
If you’re like most Florida homeowners, cutting your air conditioning costs is a top priority. While there are many factors at play when it comes to the efficiency of your air conditioner, there is one that most homeowners tend to overlook – A/C motor efficiency.
Under the relentless Florida sunshine, many homeowners eventually notice performance issues with their air conditioning systems. Some of these problems may be due to system malfunction, some due to normal wear and tear and others are the result of simple operational mistakes. With that in mind, here are a few troubleshooting ideas for common air conditioning problems.
With summer almost here, you might be starting to worry about how long you’ve neglected your air conditioner. Luckily, it’s never too late for for planned maintenance. By keeping your air conditioning system on a routine maintenance schedule, you’ll not only see an increase in energy efficiency, you’ll extend the life of your system.