Climate Masters Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Point Vedra’

Can I Add a Dehumidifier To My Furnace?

Monday, January 15th, 2024

If the air in your home always feels hot and muggy, you may want to consider installing a dehumidifier. After all, there’s a difference between keeping your home warm and dealing with high humidity levels. Here in Florida, humidity is a problem year-round, even in the winter when the air does tend to be slightly drier.

And your heater can only do so much to balance humidity levels in your home. Installing a furnace dehumidifier in Ponte Vedra is a great way to boost heating ability, improve comfort, and even elevate your indoor air quality. You can keep reading to learn more about the benefits of a dehumidifier for your furnace.

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Why Short Cycling Is Harmful to Your Heat Pump

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

When you have a heat pump installed in your home, it operates in cycles to cool your home in the summer and heat your home in the winter. These cycles turn on and off at regular intervals. But if your heat pump turns on and off too quickly, it is called short cycling and it means that something is wrong with your heat pump.

Having a heat pump short cycling during cold weather in Ponte Vedra can be a big hassle because your home doesn’t get as warm as you want it to. The process of short cycling also adds a lot of strain on the system which can cause it to break down completely. You can keep reading to learn more about why short cycling happens and what it means for your heat pump.

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How Duct Sealing Saves Energy

Monday, September 11th, 2023

You probably know that your ductwork plays a crucial role in providing cool air for your home. But you may not realize the impact of having holes in your ductwork. Sure, cool air escapes, but is it really that big of a deal? The short answer is, yes. 

Your ductwork is connected together using a special sealant. And over time, the seals can wear down and break. When this happens, you need to invest in new duct sealant in Ponte Vedra. Our team is here to help. You can keep reading to learn more about why duct sealing is so important and how it can help you save on energy costs.

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If You Need a New Heating System, You Should Install It Soon

Monday, September 17th, 2018

furnace-techHeating season is always kind of an odd time for Florida. It’s cooler, sure, but we’re not exactly digging ourselves out from snowbanks for a few months out of the year or anything. Still, you probably want to have at least some sort of heating situation in place in case you need it. That makes now the perfect time to install a new heating system. Read on to find out why.

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Do I Need a New Furnace?

Monday, November 13th, 2017

burner-assemblyThe heating season may not be as big of a deal here as in other parts of the country, but it’s still something you should be prepared for. That means making sure that you have a working heating system, even if you’re only going to use it a handful of times over the next couple of months. If your current furnace is not up to the task of keeping your home warm this season, it’s a good idea to install a new one now.

You don’t want to have your furnace break down on you just when you need it most. You’re going to need to have a professional evaluate the system to determine whether or not it is nearing the end of its effective lifespan. There are a few signs that you can identify as a homeowner, though, that serve as pretty clear indications that you need a new furnace.

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Short Cycling, and the Threat it Poses to Your Air Conditioner

Monday, August 21st, 2017

air-conditioner-repairHave you noticed your air conditioner turning itself on and off every couple of minutes? If so, you have a pretty big problem. That behavior is short cycling, and it’s not something you want to allow to continue for any length of time. The first thing you should do when you notice this behavior is shut down the air conditioner and call for repairs. Let’s have a look at what causes short cycling, and why it’s such a serious threat to the air conditioner.

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3 Indications That You Need a New Heat Pump

Monday, June 12th, 2017

heat-pump-technicianSummer is more or less here, even if we’re not in the hottest months of the year yet. You’re probably starting to use your heat pump more and more often these days, which means you’re putting a lot of strain on the system. If your system is close to the end of its life, you should probably replace it now. You don’t want to have it break down on you in the middle of a hot day. Have a look at these 3 indications that you need to install a new heat pump in your home.

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Now is the Time for Air Conditioning Maintenance

Monday, March 6th, 2017

Florida has always had more temperate winters in terms of temperature, and the days will be boiling hot again before you know it. Before the summer rolls around again, you need to make sure that your air conditioner is ready for the extra strain. The best way to do that is to schedule preventive maintenance for it.

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Why You Should Upgrade Your Thermostat More Often

Monday, January 9th, 2017

If your furnace isn’t putting out as much heat as it used to, or your air conditioner is breaking down every other month, you probably get around to replacing them pretty quickly, right? No use in having a system that doesn’t actually work properly, after all. What about your thermostat, though? Do you know how well it’s actually working? Many homeowners don’t actually know how often they need to replace their thermostat, which is a shame because it often lessens the efficiency of their climate control systems.

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How to Keep Your Indoor Air Quality High This Winter

Monday, December 5th, 2016

Even here in Florida, staying warm is going to become a high priority as we move further into winter. Temperature isn’t the only factor you should be paying attention to this winter, though. Indoor air quality tends to suffer during this time of year, and can have substantial negative effects on both the health and comfort of homeowners. Follow our tips below on how to keep your indoor air quality high for the next several months.

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