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What is SEER? Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio

What is SEER? Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio

August 17, 2017

One of the largest factors that go into the purchase of an air conditioning unit is the cost. Although the upfront investment is easily compared, the energy expense also needs to be investigated. The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is one way of measuring that expense. This method was developed by engineers to determine the efficiency of a house’s cooling system. The SEER of an air conditioner will help determine the monthly utility bills a homeowner or business owner will pay for the duration of the HVAC unit’s life. What is SEER? In simple terms, a higher SEER rating of an air conditioning system means it is more efficient at cooling a house over the course of a season. SEER

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Central Air Not Working? 5 Main Causes of Broken HVAC Systems

Central Air Not Working? 5 Main Causes of Broken HVAC Systems

August 3, 2017

Having a broken HVAC system in your home or office can be a source of great discomfort and inconvenience. The contractor you get in touch with to repair the system will ask you for full details about the problem. In such cases, you need to be aware of the main causes which can lead to a problem with an HVAC system. 5 Main Causes of Broken HVAC Systems Wiring Failure The advantage offered by regular maintenance of your HVAC system is that smaller problems such as wiring failure that may not be immediately visible to the naked eye can be identified and attended to before they cause a breakdown of the entire machine. A single disconnected wire, either from being worn out

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Selecting a Commercial HVAC Contractor in Tampa, Florida? Look for These 5 Things

Selecting a Commercial HVAC Contractor in Tampa, Florida? Look for These 5 Things

July 20, 2017

Depending on how old your HVAC system is, you may be looking to replace it with a newer, more up-to-date model. To get the best deal, you will need to find the best contractor for the job. Here are the 5 things you need to look for in a commercial HVAC contractor in Tampa, Florida: Proper Certificates You must only work with a company that has been fully licensed and insured against possible damages. The company should be able to show you all the proper certificates and documentation confirming that they are legally allowed to provide HVAC services and will be able to offer insurance in case of an accident. Make sure the company adheres to all the rules of your

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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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