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Why You Should Have Your Chimney Swept

The main reasons for having a fire-place in your home is for starters natural warmth during the winter months and secondly but just as important, the feeling of coziness and relaxing ambiance with a warm glow surrounding your home. Along with the pleasure of basking in your fireplace's advantages, there are also some hefty responsibilities…
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The 411 About Carbon Monoxide

When it comes to carbon monoxide your life can potentially be at serious risk. Carbon monoxide poisoning affects over 20,000 people per year with a small percentage of those cases resulting in death according to the Centers for Disease Control. Your risk for carbon monoxide poisoning is much higher in the wintertime due to fuel…
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Is It Safe To Run Your A/C Unit During A Central Florida Thunderstorm

During Central Florida's summer months, we expect to have afternoon thunderstorms daily, with hot and humid temperatures present before and after the storm. This obviously makes you want to turn on the air conditioner and create your most comfortable environment. However, turning on your A/C while a thunderstorm is taking place could pose a threat…
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Signs of Mold and the Effect it has on Your HVAC

Mold can be found almost everywhere. Wherever there is a more than a normal amount of moisture, mold will follow. Since Central Florida is known for its warm tropical climate, this leaves your HVAC system and all of its components at major risk. Mold is a fungus that grows throughout the inside and outside air…
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Tips for Improving Your Air Quality Over the Summer

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is vital to your health, and with summer right around the corner temperatures and humidity are steadily rising. This can result in more impurities in the outside air as well as the air inside of your Central Florida home. Although these are inevitable symptoms of Florida's summertime heat, there are also…
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Humidity and Your HVAC System

During Central Florida summers, temperatures can rise almost into the triple digits. Because of this, homeowners heavily rely on their HVAC system for providing cool temperatures to escape the heat. As with the heat rising, humidity also maintains a large role to the comfort and feel of the air inside and outside. There are a…
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