5 things you can do to keep your home cool

KeepCool

Let’s face it….here in the Sunshine State things are just starting to heat up.

Pompano Beach, Hialeah and Miami are among the cities that usually have the state’s highest daytime summer temperatures, but the entire state will be hot, hot, hot for the next couple of months.

Here’s a list of 5 things you can do to keep your home cool:

1. Have one of our HVAC professionals provide a free 10-point AC Hygiene Inspection.

2. A humid home can often times feel hotter. If you have any water intrusion or unknown humidity issues have them dealt with immediately.

3. Have your system checked for air leaks. Many times cool air escapes the ductwork through tiny holes in the system. Check out this video from an episode of This Old House explaining how we fix air leaks.

4. Dirty ductwork can really take a toll on your indoor air quality and the efficiency of your A/C unit. Save $25 on your next duct cleaning.

 

5. Have your air conditioning system tuned-up with our $49 A/C tune up special.

 

For your FREE estimate call us at 888.707.7763 or contact us by clicking here

 

Advertisements

Filters improve your indoor air quality ….and they do it inexpensively!

Your first to improve your indoor air quality today step is quick, inexpensive, and will provide immediate results. Replace your current air conditioning filter with a higher efficiency filter!

 If you hold your current air filter up to the light….and can see through it…..then particles are going to go straight through it too!  When you hold your new higher efficiency air filter up to the light, you should NOT be able to see through it. 

Simply put, a higher efficiency air filter will remove more of the smaller airborne particles that can get into our lungs to aggravate us, from the indoor air providing you with cleaner air to breathe.

Although a new air filter will not clean existing dirty ducts, it is a good start in filtering the air circulating through your home.  It will start to reduce airborne contaminants and dust each time the air conditioning is running, providing you with a cleaner air flow.  Once your equipment has been professionally cleaned, your new filter will help keep your air conditioning equipment clean which will also help with your energy bill.

It’s important to note that all air conditioning filters must FIRST properly fit your air conditioning unit. If not properly fitted and installed, air always takes the path of least resistance which means that some of your air will NOT go through the filter and you will not see a reduction in your airborne particles. 

Most air conditioning equipment should have the capacity to handle the additional air restriction which will occur when you use a higher efficiency filter.  Do not use cheesecloth or other very restrictive methods to try to control dust within the air conditioning system as this can damage the equipment.

Call us at Air Duct Aseptics to discuss your filter requirements toll free 888-707-7763 or visit us online at www.ADAflorida.com

New Florida Mold Licensing

Is a Florida state license required to perform mold assessment and remediation?

The answer is yes! Effective 7/1/11, enforcement of unlicensed contractor activity is in effect per Florida House Bill 713. This means that any contractor holding themselves out to be a professional mold remediator or assessor must be licensed through the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation per Chapter 468 of the Florida Statutes.

Air Duct Aseptics is a licensed mold remediator, licensed mold assessor and licensed Class A air conditioning contractor. Call us today to schedule a complimentary HVAC inspection

http://www.AirDuctAseptics.com
http://www.ADAflorida.com
888-707-7763