Orlando HVAC Blog

Reasons Why Your Air Conditioner Might Not Be Working Upstairs

The air near your ceiling is for sure warmer than the air near the floor and you probably remember at some point feeling warmer upstairs than you do downstairs. Even though the difference in temperature is only different by a degree or two, this minor difference paired together with other issues in your home can…
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HVAC Care for All Pet Owner’s Out There

As a pet owner, we are all aware of the things we have had to sacrifice in order to keep our faithful furry companions around. Dander and hair from your pet are among a couple of the most annoying and irritating downsides of housing a dog or cat. When these particles are floating around in…
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Hurricane Season and Your HVAC System

If you live in Central Florida, you’re aware that Hurricane season is upon us and that the upcoming months are the most active of all. Hurricanes are virtually unpredictable, so it’s important to be prepared for heavy rain, damaging winds and debris. Here are some precautions to keep in mind when preparing for this hurricane…
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Setting and Saving While on Vacation

We’re now in the middle of summer and what that means for most families is prime vacation time. If you are getting ready to hit the road for your summer getaway, then there is no need to worry about your home and what temperature you think it must be set at in order to not…
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How Paint Color Affects Energy Efficiency

One of the fun things about being a homeowner is that you have the choice to do pretty much whatever you want when it comes to decor and design. But with all this freedom comes responsibility and it is wise to know what colors will affect your home's ambiance as well as its efficiency. You…
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Dirty Filter Truths

Ever wonder how your HVAC System's airflow works? Well, like the human respiratory system breathing in and out, so too does your HVAC system. Just like us, your HVAC System needs both clean air and open airflow to keep functioning properly and efficiently. If this basic function is compromised, it will suffer and eventually give…
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