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You’ve heard about the efficiency of heat pumps in terms of heating and cooling your home, but did you know that heat pumps can be used to effectively heat your pool, too? That’s right, just as a household heat pump extracts heat from the outdoor air and uses to heat your home during the winter, your pool’s heat pump can tap into the free and unlimited heat of the air to warm your water. In fact, since a heat pump simply moves warm air instead of creating it via another fuel source such as electricity or gas, it is significantly more efficient in terms of energy use.
Some air purifiers use ultraviolet light to complement traditional filtration methods. UV radiation in certain doses is a potent weapon against airborne bacteria, molds and viruses. Using this light in air purifiers is meant to not only filter this organic matter from the air, but to kill it.
Floridians who want to lower their utility bills should always consider turning to Mother Nature for some help. A well-landscaped yard that acts as natural insulation can make all the difference in your energy usage — and add curb appeal.
Figuring “degree days” is helpful in tracking energy consumption in your home. The concept helps keep track of how many degrees you cool down or warm up your home and can be averaged over a month, allowing comparisons to other months or other years.
Cool, clean, well-circulated air is a basic need in Florida. Surviving a typically oppressive summer here without it would be unimaginable.
Symbiont Service Corp. could not be prouder of the latest honor for our company and employees. We were recently named a 2011 Top Small Company Workplace by Inc. Magazine and Winning Workplaces, a non-profit organization that helps businesses.
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.