Dangers of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Dangers of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Mar 20, 2013 Known as a “silent killer” because it has no odor or color, carbon monoxide accounts for many household injuries and fatalities each year. The reason it is such a problem is because it quickly poisons any living creature that inhales it

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Winter is here – Is Your HVAC Ready?

Winter is here – Is Your HVAC Ready? Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Dec 21, 2018   Summer has drifted away on an ocean breeze, and autumn has left us all behind. Winter has officially arrived in Jacksonville, and even though our winters are typically far milder than in other parts of the country,

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Should You Worry About Your HVAC System During Hurricane Season?

Should You Worry About Your HVAC System During Hurricane Season? Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Jun 10, 2020     The skies are full of sunshine and the weather is gorgeous! It’s a perfect time to sit on the deck and soak in the golden rays. Although the forecast is lovely right now, those

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Prepping Your AC for Memorial Day and Summer

Prepping Your AC for Memorial Day and Summer Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, May 25, 2017 Memorial Day is right around the corner and so is the hot, steamy weather that comes along with the summer months. Here in the Jacksonville area, you’ll also be soon experiencing swift summer thunderstorms that quickly bring torrential

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Furnace and Heater Safety

Furnace and Heater Safety Posted by Ed Miller on Sun, Jan 01, 2012 In Jacksonville, Florida, we are very lucky that our cold winters are not so bad. However, it is still enough for us Floridians to crank up the heat in 60 degree weather. Did you know that more fires occur during the winter

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Thermostats That Will Impress

Thermostats That Will Impress Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Jan 23, 2014     Most of us know that leaving our thermostat at the same temperature all day is NOT the most efficient way to use our central heating and air conditioning system. Depending on when you and your family are home, you can

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The Dog Days of Summer

The Dog Days of Summer Posted by Ed Miller on Thu, Jul 11, 2013     Not everyone is blessed with the pleasant summers of the northern states, or the mildly cool winters of the south. There are always extremes to be dealt with when concerned with climates, and the summers of Florida can get

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Signs that Your A/C Might Be Leaking Refrigerant

Signs that Your A/C Might Be Leaking Refrigerant Posted by Ed Miller on Fri, Sep 28, 2018     Your home’s air conditioning system depends on its refrigerant to keep your home comfortable. The refrigerant used in your A/C circulates through the system removing heat in the air from inside your home and then dispersing

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Ways to Reduce Your HVAC Unit’s Environmental Impact

Ways to Reduce Your HVAC Unit’s Environmental Impact Posted by Ed Miller on Mon, Feb 10, 2021 How to go green and stay comfortable.     February is a difficult time for HVAC units in Florida. Temperatures fluctuate wildly, from high 70s in the day to low 40s at night. Half the time it’s warm

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Prevent Lightning Damage from Ruining Your HVAC Unit

Prevent Lightning Damage from Ruining Your HVAC Unit Posted by Ed Miller on Wed, Sep 21, 2016           While some parts of the country prepare for ice and snow, we here in Jacksonville are hanging tight while battling tropical thunderstorms. A little bit of rough rain isn’t necessarily a big deal,

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