It’s tempting to think that your HVAC can last forever and that you can forget about it while it continues doing its job. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Just like all other home systems and appliances, your HVAC system will eventually stop working at peak efficiency. Here are five warning signs that it’s time to replace your heating system. It’s making strange noises, and you can’t determine the cause. Is your unit making a lot of noise for no discernible reason? This could mean many things, including that your heating system is the wrong size for the space it’s supposed to regulate. Sometimes in older homes, an upgrade in energy-efficient windows and doors can seal up an area so
Winter is coming, is your HVAC ready? Heating commercial properties can be expensive, especially if your HVAC is not operating at 100%. And what happens if it goes out in the middle of the winter? Sure winter in Florida may not have nights with temperatures below freezing often, but it can still put added stress on your HVAC, leading to more expensive utility bills and an increased chance for your HVAC to break down when not properly maintained. Fortunately, with a little preventative maintenance, you can reduce your chances of having to deal with these issues. Maintaining your commercial property’s HVAC system during the winter doesn’t have to be an ordeal, just follow these winter HVAC maintenance tips. Winter HVAC
Imagine living without your air conditioning; it certainly wouldn’t be pleasant, especially here in Central Florida. Many of us don’t give much thought to our AC, we simply set it and forget it, expecting it to do its job flawlessly every day so that we can be comfortable. The truth is HVAC systems are not something you can neglect, much like other major appliances you need to maintain your HVAC system, or it will degrade quickly. Breathe easier year-round by understanding what your HVAC filter does and why you should replace it regularly. What Does an HVAC Filter Do? An HVAC filter is exactly what it sounds like; it’s meant to keep dirt and debris out of your HVAC equipment.
You may think your HVAC system is running fine, but the reality is that even the best AC systems have their weaknesses. For example, traditional HVAC systems can waste quite a bit of energy in the ductwork. That doesn’t take into account things like duct leaks which can cause even more energy waste. A more energy efficient alternative to traditional units is a ductless mini-split AC system. What is a ductless mini-split AC system? A ductless mini-split system consists of two primary parts: a wall-mounted indoor unit and a compressor outside of the home. The compressor is inverter-driven, so it will speed up and slow down instead of completely stopping like a traditional unit, which is another way in which ductless mini-split systems