Category Archives: Orlando Air Conditioning Installation

3 Devices That Make Your Home Healthier

Deprived indoor air quality in your Central Florida home can upset allergies, asthma and likely cause flu symptoms, skin-irritation and other unwanted feelings. The most common pollutants in your home include: dirt, dust, pet dander, mold, pollen and non organic or non safe cleaning agents. Although these pollutants may seem inevitable there are solutions to…
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Lower Your Heating Bill with Big and Minor Changes

Heading into the coldest months of the year, you may be pondering about how to save money on your heating costs. Luckily, there are steps that the average homeowner can take to make their furnaces run more efficiently, their homes better sealed, and their heating bills more manageable. Whether you’re just looking for one or…
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The Use of Chemicals in HVAC systems – Part 3

In the past two blog posts we’ve discussed the use of Antimicrobial products which are generally applied through spraying, wiping or fogging. However, the application method chosen must be one that is in the label directions. Antimicrobials should only be applied after the surfaces have been cleaned. Surface soil or contamination can interfere with the…
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The Use of Chemicals in HVAC systems – Part 2

EPA Requirements Interesting enough, at the present time, the EPA has not accepted any disinfectant, sanitizer or fungicidal products for use in the ductwork of HVAC systems. However, some of these products are accepted for use in other parts of HVAC systems. Those products which have been accepted by the EPA for use in the…
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The Use of Chemicals in HVAC systems – Part 1

If you research online about using chemicals, cleaners, sealants and coatings inside air handling systems, you will find a lot of different information.  So, not too long ago the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) acknowledged there was a strong need to provide clarity  in this complex and ever growing topic area.  So in 2016…
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