From day one of the pandemic, our priority has been to protect our customers and employees, while continuing to safely provide GeoThermal and traditional air conditioning and pool heating services. Although we have adapted our policies to fit changing official guidelines, our commitment to promoting health and safety has not changed.
As you know, COVID-19 infections are at an all-time high here in Florida. Above anything else, we care about our employees, customers and the other individuals we come in contact with. We also respect each team member and their opinions. But due to the current COVID-19 situation, we feel the need to take action.
So, we have asked all team members to please get their vaccination to help protect themselves, their families and those around them. We also understand if some employees choose not to be vaccinated.
We are directing our staff and leadership to adhere to the following policies for their safety and that of our customers and contacts:
Have you ever wondered how to reduce your carbon footprint? That is one of the questions our air conditioning professionals get asked all the time. When you make a change to #geothermal heating or cooling, you are reducing your carbon footprint because you’re not using any fossil fuels to heat and cool your home.
If the coronavirus pandemic taught us anything it’s that if we are going to spend time in our homes for extended periods of time, we need them to be comfortable, right? One way to ensure you are comfortable in your home is by having an air conditioner that is energy efficient and working properly. We have put together this list and tips for saving money on air conditioning bills.
The air conditioning and geothermal professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning can ensure the HVAC unit in your home or office are operating at peak efficiency. When you have a HVAC inspection and take other steps you just might be able to save money on your utility bills and have more money in your pocket.
We wanted to give a brief rundown of what our professional service technicians will do and why. The reason to schedule an inspection of the air conditioning unit is something that experts agree should happen at least two times a year — and the beginning and the ends of the season. Even though Florida’s weather is somewhat consistent and there may not be a clear line between Summer and Winter, you should still plan to have an inspection every six months.
Bigger is better, right? You supersize your fries or buy a bigger container of something because it’s a better bargain on a per pound basis. This may be true in some cases, but is bigger better for the HVAC unit? Not necessarily, the air conditioning professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning in Englewood, Florida explain.
A properly sized HVAC unit is crucial to proper cooling, heating, ventilation — and on your budget. When one of our professionally trained HVAC and geothermal technicians comes to your home or office, they will explain the importance of having a properly sized HVAC unit and will let you know the best, most efficient size for your home or office.
Symbiont Air Conditioning professionals in Englewood, Florida work with residential customers as well as commercial building owners and operators to ensure their buildings stay safe, comfortable and cool all summer long. We have put together a list of 5 reasons to upgrade the A/C unit sooner rather than later.
We know that a residential or commercial upgrade of an air conditioning unit is not a cost to be undertaken lightly. We also know that if a unit is not working at its peak that you will be spending more money to operate an inefficient HVAC unit. If you’re not certain whether you need to upgrade, update or simply repair the existing air conditioning unit, give us a call and one of our A/C pros can pay a site visit.
The air conditioning technicians from Symbiont Service in Englewood, Florida hear so many air conditioning myths that they want to share them here and bust those that need it! They discuss three air conditioning myths for Florida homeowners that you need to know.
We know that every homeowner wants to make his or her home as energy-efficient as possible. Saving money on the cost of air conditioning can help put more money back into your wallet. The cost of electricity may force some homeowners to not run the air conditioner as often as they should and to even not turn it to a level that is comfortable and safe.
In an effort to save money, some Florida homeowners use inefficient and ineffective ways to save money on their utility costs. We want to help you save money and to keep your house comfortable this summer.