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After a Storm

After a flood or storm surge from a hurricane, homeowners are advised to take important safety precautions with regard to their home’s heating and cooling systems, as well as water heaters. Replace, Don’t Repair Flood-damaged heating and cooling equipment and systems should be replaced and not repaired, according to AHRI. All inspection and replacement work [...]

2017-09-14T08:05:49+00:00 September 14th, 2017|

How Flooding Can Affect Your Air Conditioner

There are some do's and don'ts when it comes to preparing your air conditioner for heavy rains or potential flooding. AC Units Are Built Tough First of all, it's good to remember that your AC unit is designed to withstand rain, snow, and even hail. Still, heavy rains and high winds can carry projectiles and [...]

2017-09-06T09:55:07+00:00 September 6th, 2017|

The Hidden Costs of Recessed Lighting

Recessed lighting can be beautiful, but it can also have a downside. Those "pot lights" that are tucked into the ceiling requires a substantial hole in the room's envelope... and that can lead to drafts, making them among the most notorious energy wasters in modern homes. Thermal mapping technology allows Energy Auditors to see exactly where [...]

2017-08-22T11:41:01+00:00 August 22nd, 2017|

Give an Overheated House What It Really Wants

Here in Florida, the summers can be sweltering. You can give an overheated house what it really wants -- shade -- and grow some HVAC savings at the same time, by planting shade trees. Be Cool Besides being good for the planet, trees add curb appeal to your home and they’re great at keeping your [...]

2017-08-10T05:36:28+00:00 August 10th, 2017|