If you’re like many air conditioner owners you’re probably thinking, “I can just turn the AC unit off and get it serviced in the spring.” Right? Not really. We do recommend spring maintenance before you turn the unit on for the season, but getting the air conditioner serviced when you’re done using it for this season will help ensure it will be taken care of and properly prepared to endure the “winter” season in Florida.
We’re pretty fortunate that in Englewood, Florida and surrounding areas, we don’t have to button up our homes as much as families in the Northeast and other colder climates do. Many of us will move our outdoor living indoors in the coming months and we want to offer tips for a healthier home & indoor air.
There are simple steps homeowners and commercial building owners can take to protect the home and building from both small and large indoor air dangers. Being proactive in small tasks may lead to much higher safety and quality of life.
For many people, the idea of being without air conditioning in the height of an Englewood, Florida summer day is unbearable. Air conditioning can be a comfort issue or it can be an issue of health for some individuals. In Florida, and in many other states, air conditioning is a necessity more than a want-to-have. What are common air conditioning problems? There are a few that we will explain below.
Because of the heat and humidity and the need to stay comfortable in the summer you need to make certain your air conditioning is always ready when you turn it on. No one wants the air conditioner to go out in the middle of a heat wave — when the stores will be sold out and the potential of finding an air conditioning professional will be difficult.
“It is hot enough for ya’?” Chances are you’ve heard that phrase a few times during this hot Florida summer. Floridians are accustomed to heat and humidity. We are always looking for ways to save money on air conditioning costs during our long, hot summers. We have come up with 3 ways Florida homeowners can slash cooling costs — then you can spend your savings on fun summer events!
The air conditioning professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning in Englewood, Florida work with homeowners and business owners to find ways to make cooling homes and commercial buildings more affordable.
Have you noticed water leakage around your air conditioning unit? You may wonder, “why is the air conditioner leaking?” This is a question the air conditioning professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning in Englewood, Florida get asked all the time.
When the temperatures and the humidity become oppressive in Englewood, Florida and across the country you may be asking yourself, “What size air conditioner do I need?” The answer isn’t as simple as buying the largest air conditioner on the market and hoping for the best!
The air conditioning professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning know that most people invest in an air conditioner that is too large for the space to be cooled. Many people think the larger the unit, the better the cooling it will provide. In fact, an air conditioner that is too large will be less effective than one that is properly sized, it will also be wasting energy and costing you more money to operate.
Englewood, Florida residents and individuals who live anywhere that the weather gets hot and steamy in the summer know that air conditioning is a priority. Saving money on your air conditioning bill is also a priority for homeowners and commercial building owners alike. Have you ever wondered how a variable speed air conditioner saves you money or have you even heard of a variable speed air conditioner?
Whether the answer is “no” or “I hadn’t thought about it” or “I didn’t even know there were variable speed air conditioners” let our #Geothermal experts explain. When it comes to air conditioning there are myriad factors that contribute to the efficiency and effectiveness of your air conditioner and one of the biggest factors is: motor efficiency.
Whether you’re a new homeowner or a long-time homeowner, there are home maintenance projects that you need to perform either annually or more frequently. We have 5 money-saving home maintenance projects that you may well be aware of, or projects you may have forgotten to perform.
These projects could save you money simply because they are ones that seal your house up for efficiency or because they protect areas of your home you may not have thought about recently.
You don’t want to wake up one day to an unexpected project like a flooded basement, leaking roof or broken HVAC unit! That is no way to start a day, weekend, nor is it one that you may have a savings account set aside for to address.
These projects should be at the top of every homeowner’s to-do list to keep your house as intact as possible.