Climate Masters Blog: Posts Tagged ‘St. Johns’

5 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Furnace

Monday, January 7th, 2019

When it’s time to replace your furnace system you don’t want to delay, you want to ensure that your furnace is always in the best condition possible. The days are getting cooler, and while we may not have temperatures as chilly as other parts of the country, you need to keep your family comfortable.

Sometimes your furnace is showing you signs that it’s ready to get subbed out by a newer system, but you don’t know what those signs are.  The last possible thing you want is your furnace to give out when you need it the most, so act proactively. If you need a furnace replacement in St. Johns, FL this winter make sure to contact our team.

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Is it Too Late for Air Conditioning Maintenance?

Monday, September 3rd, 2018

AC-MaintenanceLook, we admit that it’s a little late to be scheduling air conditioning maintenance for your system. Too late, though? Never. Air conditioning maintenance is one of the best things that you can do for the health of your system. If you’re not sure whether or not you should schedule it this season, read on to find out why it’s a good idea.

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Increase Your Indoor Air Quality with These Systems and Services

Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

clean-air-filterIndoor air quality is not something that most homeowners think about on a regular basis. This is unfortunate, because the quality of the air in your home actually has a pretty big effect on your quality of life. Poor indoor air quality can lower both your health and comfort levels, which is why it’s in your best interest to keep it as high as possible. There are a number of great ways that you can keep your indoor air quality high throughout the year, some of which we’ve outlined below.

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Why Your Air Conditioner Output Might be Low

Monday, August 7th, 2017

air-conditioner-repairSummer is just about the worst time to have your air conditioner develop issues. Unfortunately, it’s also the time when the system is most likely to have problems. You may not be able to totally prevent issues from occurring with your AC, but you can do your best to prevent any problems that do develop from getting worse. One of the most obvious signs that your air conditioner is having issues is a drop in output. Have a look at some of the reasons why this might be happening, below.

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Tips for Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

Monday, May 29th, 2017

clean-air-filterStaying cool is typically the number one priority when it comes to indoor comfort during the summer. However, there are other things that you should consider if you want to be as healthy and comfortable as possible. Namely, you need to make sure that your indoor air quality is as high as possible. Indoor air quality is affected by a number of things, but the two major factors are humidity and contaminants levels. If you want to know how to keep these factors under control, read on.

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What Can Happen without Routine Heat Pump Maintenance?

Monday, February 20th, 2017

We harp on the importance of heating maintenance a lot on this site, but we do it for a good reason. Preventive heating maintenance is not only beneficial, but is absolutely necessary for maintaining a healthy heating system. That goes double for heat pumps, which need maintenance twice as often as other system types. If you don’t take good care of your heating system, you may find yourself replacing it many years sooner than you would have liked. Read on to find out what happens if you don’t have your heat pump professionally checked often enough.

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Make Sure Your Furnace is Properly Sized

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

So you’re looking around for a new furnace to replace your old heating system. You’ve got the physical measurements for the space that is to accommodate the system, and you manage to find a furnace that fits. Before you have that furnace installed, though, there is a very important question you have to answer: is the furnace properly sized for your home?

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Why A Pool Heater is a Good Idea This Winter

Monday, November 21st, 2016

One of the issues with owning a pool is that you can’t really use it all year-round. Sure, it’s a lot easier to simply cope with colder temperatures in Florida than it is in Maine. That doesn’t mean that it’s actually comfortable or enjoyable to swim in the middle of winter, though. If you want to be able to enjoy your pool whenever you like, you’re going to need to stop relying on the weather so much. You’re going to need a pool heater.

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Consider Installing a Ductless System This Fall

Monday, October 17th, 2016

As we move further into heating season, some people are going to be looking for a new home heating system. There are a great many different heating system types to choose from, each with their own advantages. Before you settle on one, make sure you find the system that fits your individual heating needs. Let’s take a look at ductless mini splits, and the advantages they can offer you this heating season.

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The Importance of Duct Sealing

Monday, September 12th, 2016

No matter what season it is, maintaining your ductwork is an important part of keeping your climate control system functioning properly. If the ducts are in poor condition, both your heating and air conditioning systems will suffer. One of the most effective ways to keep your ducts in proper condition is to schedule duct sealing. Read on to find out more about duct sealing, and the benefits that it provides.

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