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Why You Should Use an HVAC Contractor to Purchase and Install a New System

Why You Should Use an HVAC Contractor to Purchase and Install a New System

July 13, 2017

A licensed HVAC contractor knows the best cooling and heating system for your home or professional building. Contractors are familiar with the most energy-efficient systems from various manufacturers. They understand the cooling requirements necessary for maximum indoor air quality for each building.  The cooling and occasional heating systems needed for the Tampa area vary with different types of buildings. A small home needs a system that fits and offers the best energy savings for air conditioning and occasional heating. Newer systems require less maintenance and use less power. A residential or commercial building with multiple units will require a large HVAC system and regular maintenance for maximum efficiency. All units, large and small, should be installed by professionals familiar with ductwork, electrical requirements,

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What’s New in Commercial HVAC Technology?

What’s New in Commercial HVAC Technology?

July 7, 2017

Business buildings, including multi-use residential structures, want the latest, most efficient commercial HVAC technology. Building owners and managers need to save energy while providing tenants with the best air conditioning and heating systems. Newer improvements include: Electronic air cleaners Better refrigerants Good insulation Ductless systems Variable speed pumps Electronic Cleaners Air cleaners, including HEPA or high-efficiency particulate air filters, are used to trap pollutants. This includes dust, dander, pollen, smoke and other particulates circulating in the air. Conventional air filters collect the particulates and hold them. The filters must be changed every six months or less, depending on the HVAC system. Electronic air cleaners are electrostatic participators that trap particles on plates. The particles pick up an electronic charge when they are

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Save Money with HVAC Preventative Maintenance

Save Money with HVAC Preventative Maintenance

June 13, 2017

HVAC preventative maintenance will keep your heating ventilation and air conditioning system working at peak performance all year without the cost of major repairs. Maintenance plans are designed to check your residential or commercial HVAC system on a regular basis to ensure that all components are working at maximum efficiency to reduce utility costs. Preventative maintenance will also help to maximize comfort. Catching issues early will help you save money on your HVAC system. HVAC preventative maintenance includes a check-up and tune-up. The following components are inspected. Parts may be replaced or repaired when necessary: Ductwork Fan motors and blades Filters Electrical connections and thermostat Coils and pumps These systems need a tune-up much like your vehicles. The ductwork sucks in

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Why Is My Air Conditioner Dripping?

Why Is My Air Conditioner Dripping?

June 5, 2017

Air conditioner dripping is usually caused by too much water in the condensate pan beneath the coils and a clogged drain line. The pan and the drain line that carries water away from it may be dirty and plugged with debris. Cleaning the pan and the drain are jobs for heating ventilation and air conditioning professionals. The pan and drain lines should be completely cleaned and opened before the water overflows and harms ceilings or walls. How it Works Air conditioning units suck in hot, humid air and direct it over cold evaporator coils. The cooled air is then forced through another duct into room vents. The humid Florida air condenses when it hits the cold coils, and water drips into the pan usually below

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How Often Should You Perform Preventative Maintenance?

How Often Should You Perform Preventative Maintenance?

May 11, 2017

Your building’s HVAC system may run smoothly, but that doesn’t mean everything is healthy on the inside. Many of the problems faced by A/C units take some time to materialize. That is why it is a good idea to have your building HVAC system inspected annually with preventative maintenance. Identifying issues early, before they build, can save you time and money. The Problems Can Creep Up Over time, as your HVAC system continues supplying your building with clean air, it accumulates large amounts of dirt and dust in many key areas. This accumulation negatively affects the system’s efficiency, which if left unchecked can reduce the supply of clean air, increase your electricity bill, and decrease the operational life of the system. On a practical,

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