Category Archives: Orlando Air Duct Cleaning

3 Signs Your AC Won’t Last the Summer

Throughout the Central Florida summer months, the last thing you want is a broken AC unit. It is always smart to plan ahead by replacing your AC system especially if you are experiencing any of these signs: General Age. All HVAC systems have different lifespans and age is a big factor of whether or not…
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Be Safe – Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

According to the CDC, carbon monoxide is given off by fireplaces, furnaces, stoves, and gas ranges. Since the gas is colorless and odorless it is known as the silent killer because it’s basically undetectable unless you have a carbon monoxide detector. That is why it is crucial you have a carbon monoxide detector and it…
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How to Ensure Efficiency in Your HVAC System

Since we live in Florida, there is not an extreme change in weather when it comes to winter time, but summertime is the killer. During summer you do not want to deal with problems concerning a malfunctioning HVAC unit. The same thing is true for the wintertime. To guarantee you are ready all year round…
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The NADCA ACR Standard

Employees who become sick due to polluted or poor indoor air quality can cost businesses billions of dollars each year.  As the facility manager you should be aware that your company could face legal action if the occupants of your building become sick due to your negligence. Did you know? The EPA estimates that 25%…
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Air Duct Cleaning: 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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Air Duct Cleaning: 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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