Category Archives: Indoor Air Quality

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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Are the Smells from Your Air Conditioning System Toxic?

Are you experiencing bad odors coming from inside your home? You've checked your kids for any accidents and your dog has just been groomed so what could it be? It could be and most likely is your HVAC system. This warning sign coming from your air conditioner is not a good one. When your air…
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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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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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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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