If you want to save money on your home cooling bill this summer and still keep each room comfortable, consider an HVAC zoning system. A zoning system supplies conditioned air in each part of your home, or zone, based on the temperature in that area. This is different from the traditional system, in which conditioned air pours out of the vents in the entire house, based on the temperature in one room — often cooling some rooms more than is necessary.
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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.
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:
In Florida, our A/C systems work overtime a large part of the year. Eventually, even the most reliable air conditioner needs to be replaced. If you’re in that situation, or you think you will be in the near future, you’ll need to keep some factors in mind as you look for a new system.
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.
Is your old air conditioning system on its last legs?
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.
Many homeowners are interested in making their home more energy efficient but have no idea where to begin. Because our hot and muggy Florida climate means our air conditioners work much harder than those in other parts of the country, it’s vital to make sure our homes are as energy efficient as possible.