The installation of an air conditioning unit in a commercial building is not for the average DIYer. These units are expensive and you certainly don’t want to do anything that could void a warranty or impact the lifespan and efficiency of the unit. We have 3 reasons to have the commercial HVAC serviced, but there are many more!
If you’re having an air conditioning unit installed in a commercial space you own or manage, you will also want to sign up for an annual (or twice annual) HVAC inspection to keep the unit’s warranty valid, keep it operating at its peak and save money on its operation.
Here are three things to think about when hiring and planning for an HVAC installation and ongoing maintenance.
Is the air conditioning in your home or office not cooling as well as it used to? If you think it isn’t, you’re probably right and that means you need to call on the expertise of a geothermal HVAC professional from Symbiont Air Conditioning to inspect it and determine what’s wrong and how it can be repaired. If a repair will be more costly than a replacement, we will let you know that, too.
Geothermal can heat and cool buildings as well as swimming pools and when you use it you’re reducing your carbon footprint as well as having access to an energy source that will not go away.
Geothermal heating and cooling technologies are generated through the use of a ground source heat pump. These pumps make use of the shallow-earth steady temperatures to heat and cool buildings and swimming pools.
Bbbrrrr. It’s cold outside, but is it time to turn on the heat? Some people will wear sweaters and put off turning on the heat as long as possible. Others will turn on the heat at the first sign of temperatures below seventy degrees! The geothermal air conditioning experts from Symbiont Air Conditioning regularly talk with their customers about the “perfect” time to turn on the heater for the season.
Hint: There is no perfect time! Just as when you turn on the air conditioning for the first time each year, turning on the heat is personal as well. Although there are some indicators that we offer to help you know when to make the switch from AC to heat.
It may not seem like winter is approaching — especially in Englewood, Florida but it will be here soon. Is your HVAC winter-ready? It’s a question the air conditioning professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning in Florida talk with their commercial and residential customers about at this time of the year.
Winter, such as it is, in Florida will soon be here and even if your air conditioning unit weathered summer with flying colors, you need to know it will keep you warm when you need it this winter. Because the heating and air conditioning system works year-round, you need to ensure it is ready to warm the house or office when the time arrives.
You certainly don’t want to wake up to a cold house or walk into a cold office, right?
Who wants a good night’s sleep? That may seem like a trick question, but it isn’t. A good night’s sleep will make the next day better because you’ll feel better and be more revitalized. If you ever wondered how air conditioning can help you sleep better, we have the answers.
Why is your home so dusty? That certainly isn’t something the air conditioning professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning in Englewood, Florida would point out BUT they do know that dirty air conditioner air filters can lead to a thin layer of dust coating your furniture and floors.
The air filter in an HVAC unit is essential to the air quality of your home. You can certainly check the cleanliness — or dirtiness — of the filters in your air conditioner. If they are dirty you will want to clean them and replace them with new, clean ones. When we pay a service visit for your HVAC unit, checking and cleaning or replacing the filters is one of the many steps we take to assure the unit is working as effectively and efficiently as it should.
What else should you know about air filters and dust? The MERV rating, for sure. This may not be a term you’re familiar with but it is the rating of the impact your air conditioning filter will have on the air you breathe.
In September 2017, the week before hurricane Irma hit Florida, we sent out information via email and social media posts to help people prepare their equipment for the storm. As we’re now well into the 2020 hurricane season, we wanted to share them with you again.