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What the Lennox Premier Dealer Seal Means When You Choose Robert R. McGillHow do you know whether the HVAC specialist you’re choosing for an installation, repair or maintenance will offer you reliable and competent service? In most cases, you don’t. That’s why Lennox, a leading manufacturer of heating, cooling and air-cleaning equipment, started its Lennox Premier Dealer program. Read the rest of this entry

Keep Your A/C Running Right With Spring MaintenanceWhen springtime arrives, Florida homeowners know hotter days are ahead. Spring is the season to take on A/C maintenance, ensuring your system’s in proper working order before it’s needed at maximum capacity. Read the rest of this entry

Make Preventive Maintenance a Priority and Extend the Life of Your HVAC SystemProlonging the life of your HVAC system involves taking the right preventive maintenance actions to keep your system running efficiently. As a homeowner in south Florida, you can safely perform minor maintenance on your system, including changing the filters, cleaning the evaporator coils and removing debris around the outside condenser. You can also look for signs of problems, like excess dust in your rooms, water around the condensate pan or cracks in the ductwork. If you find any of these signs, it’s time to contact a qualified contractor to examine and repair your system. Read the rest of this entry

What Keeps Your HVAC System In Peak Condition? Annual ServiceIt may seem silly to schedule an annual service call for your cooling system if there doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with your air conditioning.  However, having your HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems inspected annually by a heating and cooling professional can yield a number of benefits. After all, you wouldn’t let your car go without a regular check up and oil change, right? Why should your HVAC system be any different? It’s a vital component in your comfort and well-being in your home. Read the rest of this entry

0Florida’s humidity levels make moisture damage to your home a big concern. Excess moisture can cause structural and water damage, as well as mold and mildew growth, which in turn can lead to asthma and other health issues. Fortunately, there’s one simple way to control home moisture and eliminate these problems: air sealing. Read the rest of this entry

tumblr_m1vwmn5sah1rotadro1_1280There’s a problem that many Florida homes develop called the paston effect, or cool attic syndrome. It typically manifests itself as a large discolored patch on the ceilings of upper floors. It’s more than just unsightly; it can also cause a number of problems in your home. Here’s what you need to know to keep cool attic syndrome under control. Read the rest of this entry

HURRICANE-PREPAREDNESS-10-STEP-PLANIn order to ensure your house, possessions and loved ones are well-protected during Florida’s hurricane season, it’s imperative that you create a hurricane preparedness plan. Read the rest of this entry

300px-Air_conditioning_unit-en.svgGet Peak A/C Performance With These 5 Tips
The single most important appliance in your home during the summer is likely to be your air conditioner. Need help with your Air Conditioning in Palm Beach? With months of the cooling season remaining, use these five tips to improve A/C performance to increase your comfort and lower your bills:  Read the rest of this entry

hvac_contractorIf you’re looking for the right HVAC contractor for an installation or repair, there are several things you must look for to ensure a pleasant experience. Here are nine steps to finding the right HVAC contractor who can get the job done right the first time around. Read the rest of this entry

4445786048_7b6af7c378_oIn addition to cool air, your air conditioning system offers the additional benefit of reducing the humidity level in your home. Dehumidification occurs as the indoor air circulates through the system and flows across the evaporator coil. This coil is cold enough that condensation forms on it. This condensation, which is moisture from inside your home, is then drained away. Read the rest of this entry

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