Get Your AC Unit Ready for “Snowbird” Season

Get Your AC Unit Ready for “Snowbird” Season

Each year, hundreds of thousands of Americans travel south to Florida for the winter. These seasonal residents are called snowbirds and their influx increases the population of the Sunshine State by about 5%. Are you a snowbird? If so, you will have plenty of things to do when you arrive in the sunshine and warmth …

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Hurrican Season

How to Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Hurricane Season

Here in Southwest Florida we know that there are many people who come to live here from other places. In a lot of those places they never had to worry about hurricanes. So as we go into the peak of our hurricane season, which is really from August through the end of October, we thought …

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Ways to Lower Humidity in Your Home

Here in Southwest Florida the two biggest complaints people tend to have are that it’s too hot and it’s too humid. Humidity often makes the heat feel even more uncomfortable. But not only is it uncomfortable, it makes your air conditioner work harder to cool the room, and high levels of humidity are bad for …

Hot Florida Summer

10 Reasons Your Air Flow is Low

Welcome to summer in Southwest Florida! Wow, it’s already been a really hot one, and judging by the number of repair calls we’ve been getting, it is absolutely taxing people’s air conditioning systems. We are here for all of your HVAC repair needs, but we thought we’d give you a few things to look at …

HVAC Tips for High-Ceilings

We really love our beautiful vaulted ceilings here in Southwest Florida. There’s something very elegant about the spaciousness a soaring ceiling provides by opening up a room. However, a high ceiling that is four-feet or more above the standard 8-foot ceiling height alters the air-flow dynamics in your home, which in turn affects the performance …

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indoor air quality

Indoor Air Quality: Now More Important Than Ever

Due to the global pandemic, many of us here in SWFL are spending more time than ever in the house. The problem with that is how poor the indoor air quality is in most houses. According to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) statistics, indoor air quality is quite often five times more polluted than the air …

Fresh-Aire UV

Air Purifiers Help Keep Your Home Clean and Safe

Everyone is worried about this whole thing with the coronavirus, and here in SWFL we certainly have a high number of older people who are considered to be the most vulnerable population for any kind of virus-based health issues. What’s that got to do with an air conditioning company? Well, given that we know you …

New HVAC freon Going Away

Freon Phased Out in 2020, Now What?

Freon or R-22 was the standard refrigerant in air conditioners for many years. Refrigerant is the component that cools the air in your HVAC system before it is circulated throughout your home. However, as of Jan. 1, 2020, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) no longer allows it to be manufactured in the United States or …

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth the Peace of Mind

What is the price of peace of mind, cost savings, cleaner air, and increased comfort? At Wayne Martin & Son Air Conditioning it’s as little as $150 a year for a yearly HVAC maintenance contract! Think about it, your air conditioning unit cost you thousands of dollars when you had it installed. Isn’t it worth …