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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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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Hurricane HVAC Tips

Well, as you have probably already noticed, hurricane season is in full swing here in Florida. Although the season officially runs from June 1st until November 30th, the majority of storms form from mid-August to late October and the peak is in September. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in 2019 there …

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Cooling Down That One Hot Room

July is one of the hottest months we get here in Southwest Florida, and one of the calls we get the most often during this month is, “ugh, that one room in my house is always hotter than the others!”  We know you know what we’re talking about. That one darn room that still feels …

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Common Reasons Your Air Conditioner Is Leaking

Here in Southwest Florida, we have an issue with humidity and wetness, which, in combination, can cause mold in your home. That’s one of the reasons the most common question we get asked about is air conditioner leaks. In general, AC leaks are the cause of about 90% of the calls air conditioning companies, like …