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Smart Home Product Comparison

Smart Home Product Comparison

February 7, 2019

If you grew up in the 1960s, you probably remember the Jetson family. Each episode featured technology and a robot that took care of household duties. Although robots that look like people aren’t in most homes, there are many types of technology to make your regular, standard house, a smart home. There are numerous products on the market from companies like Nest, Ring, and Google to add security, save on your utility bills; and create an entertainment experience your friends won’t forget. Here are Some of our Favorite SMART Tech Options for Your Tampa, FL Home Smart Homes Need a Smart Thermostat It’s likely that at least one of your neighbors has a smart thermostat, such as the Nest thermostat.

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Signs Your Building’s HVAC System Requires Repair

Signs Your Building’s HVAC System Requires Repair

January 24, 2019

The operating cost for a commercial HVAC system is often one of the largest monthly expenses for a business. This increases drastically if your HVAC system isn’t running efficiently or requires costly maintenance. Chances are warning signs to happen before a major break down. Ball Building Services handles emergency calls from businesses frequently and wants to help you avoid costly repairs. Here are six of signs that you need commercial HVAC repair in Tampa, Florida. Signs for Commercial HVAC Repair in FL Your Thermostat is Not Reaching the Temperature You Set What’s worse than turning on the heat and finding out too late that it’s not working? Your thermostat is a huge indicator of how well your HVAC system is

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Reduce Employee Sick Days with One Simple Thing

Reduce Employee Sick Days with One Simple Thing

January 14, 2019

We all know the unfortunate truth is the average number of sick days increases during the winter. One reason for this is because there is less sunlight. The vitamin D in sunlight increases your immune system and the ultraviolet rays naturally kill germs. The sun is a powerful force that fuels us and protects us! Thankfully a solution exists to reduce employee sick days. Ultraviolet air purifiers can be installed in homes and businesses in Tampa, FL. Ball Building Services installs these systems frequently. How an ultraviolet air purifier works and its benefits: How an Ultraviolet Air Purifier Works An ultraviolet air purifier is a special light that is installed in your ductwork. As the furnace kicks on it sends

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Three Ways to Reduce Humidity in Your Home or Office

Three Ways to Reduce Humidity in Your Home or Office

December 20, 2018

It’s no secret that high humidity levels are a cause of mold and mildew both indoors and outside. Quick growing contaminates bother allergies, but also cause problems that are hard to fix long term. Too much humidity zaps your energy and can even ruin your favorite chair. If your home or office smells of mildew, it’s important to act quickly to prevent costly damage.   Here are Three Ways to Reduce Humidity in Your Home or Office Reduce Humidity with a Whole-House Dehumidifier Did you know you can purchase a whole-house dehumidifier that is ideal for both homes and offices? It connects to your current HVAC system and works by pulling out moist air from the building. The ideal humidity

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Is Your HVAC System Ready for Winter?

Is Your HVAC System Ready for Winter?

December 11, 2018

Cooler temperatures can only mean one thing (at least for adults). Winter is here. It’s time to make sure your HVAC system is ready for winter. Calling an HVAC technician for routine maintenance now can save your bank account down the road. You may have already done this, but the experts at Ball Building Services recommend these additional five steps to make sure your HVAC system stays strong through the next few months. Five Things to Ensure Your HVAC System is Ready for Winter Follow these five tips to minimize the dreaded no-heat chilly morning and help save you money. Install a programmable thermostat. Set the temperature to warm the rooms you use when home. Turn zones with unused areas

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