Climate Masters Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Palm Coast’

Why Your Furnace is Not Heating Properly

Monday, November 27th, 2017

furnaceJust because you live in Florida, doesn’t mean you’re not going to need your furnace every once in a while. On those days when you do need to heat your home, you probably don’t want to have your furnace malfunctioning in some way. If your furnace is failing to heat properly for some reason, you might have a problem that requires professional repairs. Have a look at some of the problems that can cause low heating output below.

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Make Sure Your Heat Pump Gets Professional Maintenance Soon

Monday, September 4th, 2017

Florida often seems as though it doesn’t even have seasons. Winter, for us, tends to just mean that things are a little cooler and wetter than normal. Still, we do have some days when it’s work using a heating system. If you plan on using your heat pump at all during the coming fall and winter seasons, you should make sure that you schedule maintenance for it in the next few weeks.

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Which Air Purifier is Right for Me?

Monday, June 26th, 2017

UV-air-purifierIn the middle of summer, it is pretty easy to think that staying cool is the only thing you need to focus on for your home. However, you also need to take steps to ensure that your indoor air quality stays high. Low indoor air quality can dramatically impact both your health and comfort levels all year-round. This is especially problematic during the summer, when people will often cut off the fresh air flowing into their homes by shutting doors and windows. Fortunately, there is a way to improve your indoor air quality without sacrificing climate control.

Most people have low indoor air quality because they have high amounts of microscopic airborne contaminants in their air supply. The average home has all kinds of airborne contaminants floating around in it, including dust, dander, mold spores, germs, and pollen. Long term exposure to these kinds of contaminants can cause a wide range of negative effects, from the flu to asthma. The best way to address these contaminants is to install an air filter or air purifier.

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Do I Need a New Air Conditioner for This Summer?

Monday, March 20th, 2017

The days are starting to warm up again, and soon you’re going to start relying on your air conditioner much of the time to keep cool. Before you put it under that level of strain, though, it’s a good idea to make sure that the system can handle it. If not, then you should consider replacing it as soon as possible. You don’t want to have it fail on you in the middle of summer. There are certain ways to tell if your air conditioner is close to permanently breaking down.

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The Advantages of Heat Pump Installation

Monday, January 16th, 2017

There are a number of different heating system types on the market, each with their own set of advantages. If you’re looking for a new heating system to install this winter, consider installing a heat pump. Let’s go over how heat pumps work, and the unique advantages that they can provide.

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Be Careful of These Heat Pump Issues During Winter

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Winter is a stressful time of year for heat pumps, even in Florida. More stress means more ways for things to go wrong, so it’s important to be watchful for any signs that the system is in trouble. If you’re using a heat pump to stay warm this winter, keep an eye out for the following issues.

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Why is My AC Breaking Down so Often?

Monday, September 26th, 2016

All air conditioners need repairs every once in a while. However, for most of the air conditioner’s life those repairs should be pretty few and far between. If your air conditioner is breaking down multiple times a year, it could be an indication of a more serious problem that needs to be dealt with. Let’s take a look at why your air conditioner might be breaking down so often.

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How Short Cycling Harms Your Air Conditioner

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

As summer wears on, you should be on watch for any problems that your air conditioner might run into. One of these problems is short cycling. If it isn’t taken care of quickly, short cycling can completely destroy your air conditioner years before it is supposed to be replaced. Let’s take a look at why short cycling happens, and what it can do to your air conditioner.

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Summer Indoor Air Quality Tips

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Indoor air quality has a substantial effect on both your health and comfort. Though staying cool is often top priority, you should also give some consideration to maintaining your indoor air quality. Let’s take a look at some of the ways that you can keep your indoor air quality high this summer.

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Improve Your Air Conditioner This Summer With Zone Control

Monday, June 13th, 2016

If you’re using a central air conditioning system to stay cool this summer, there are a couple things you should know. One of the biggest disadvantages of central air conditioning is energy inefficiency. If you use a central air conditioner without any modifications, your home will be less energy efficient and more uncomfortable. Fortunately, there is a way to fix that. Read on to find out more about zone control, and how it can benefit you this summer.

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