All of the climate-controlled air in your home passes through either your heater or air-conditioner filter. This simple component can have a large impact on how efficient your system is and how clean your air is.
If the air-conditioner filter becomes dirty or damaged, the issues can affect every breath of air you take inside your home. However, many homeowners don’t know how to answer the question of how often they should change their AC filter.
Part of the reason this question is so difficult to answer is that no two households have the same requirements for air-conditioner filter changes. In this blog, we discuss the factors that can affect how often your filter needs to be changed.
You feel comfortable living in your home. Your neighbors are friendly and trustworthy. You don’t have to worry about whether you’ve locked your doors and windows at night. And you are an active member of the neighborhood watch, though you have yet to see anything more suspicious than the occasional lost dog.
When you live in such a safe neighborhood, you may wonder if security measures and precautions are even necessary. Video cameras and alarm systems seem over the top, and hidden safes belong in heist films rather than your home.
But don’t dismiss security lighting just yet.
When it comes to heating your home, you want an efficient system that provides you with the most comfortable temperatures for the lowest overall cost. If you need to upgrade or replace your system, you may have several heating system fuel options available, but feel unsure which is right for your home.
In this blog, we compare the characteristics of two of the most common fuel types used: natural gas and electricity.
For many people, allergy season comes once, maybe twice, a year. During the spring, flowers and trees release pollen that triggers congestion or a runny nose. During the fall, grasses and weeds do the same.
But Florida’s warm, humid climate allows allergens to flourish throughout the year, and ragweed, mold, and other allergens can cause coughs, sneezes, hives, and watery eyes.
Fortunately, when you follow these simple steps, you can remove allergens from your home and significantly reduce your symptoms.
You know the importance of seasonal HVAC maintenance. But most of these cleaning and repair efforts focus on your heating and cooling units themselves rather than the system of ducts that delivers heated or cooled air throughout your home.
When your ducts become obstructed, dirty, or compromised, the issue can harm your indoor air quality and decrease the overall efficiency of your HVAC system. The obvious answer to these problems is professional duct cleaning, but when do you need to schedule a cleaning?
In this blog, we list six signs that your ducts need cleaning sooner rather than later.
If you live in Florida, you have likely already seen the effects of hurricanes. You know firsthand how much damage they can do, and you want to protect your home, possessions, and family.
In order to stay safe during hurricane season, you need to be prepared for the storm and its aftermath. This article will teach you the basics of hurricane preparedness.
If you live on a farm, then you likely have a barn somewhere on your property. This building is perfect for housing horses, storing farming equipment, and covering grain and straw. But what if your barn is empty? What do you do with the space?
Rather than tearing down the barn and leaving an empty plot on your property, renovate the building. Below, we’ve provided a few tips about features you should include and ways you can reuse your empty barn so you can make the most of this structure. Read on to discover how you can repurpose an empty barn and allow it to add to your property’s value.
The summer brings with it warmer temperatures and numerous opportunities to spend time outdoors with your friends and family. After a long day of surfing, biking, or playing sports, you expect to go home and relax in the cool, inside air. However, when you go inside your home, you’re welcomed by a burst of warm air.
You know that something must be wrong with your HVAC system, but you aren’t sure if the system needs repairs or if you simply need to turn down the thermostat. Below, we’ll discuss the four most common signs that your HVAC system requires maintenance. Read on so you know how to recognize an issue and contact an HVAC professional in a timely manner.
A surge protector is an essential component to most households and businesses. Large electrical devices like computers, televisions, and entertainment systems can become completely useless if exposed to one bad power spike. A surge protector presents the best and easiest way to prevent a spike from happening. Below, we explain why.