With a new year comes a new time to look at the way you live life and set resolutions if you do that. It is also a great time to look at the expenses you pay for utilities; if you can save money by implementing a few simple changes, that’s a great way to kick off 2021.
What can you do to reduce the cost of utility bills this year when running your HVAC? There are a myriad of things, some of which involve upgrades and updates to your HVAC unit while others are no- to low-cost.
Making the change to a geothermal heating and cooling system is one of the best ways to save on utilities. This is made even easier by the recently announced extension of credits for the installation of geothermal heating units.
If you’re working with one of the geothermal HVAC professional service technicians from Symbiont Air Conditioning you can talk with them about how to understand MERV ratings. When we pay a socially-distant service visit (we follow all CDC guidelines for masking, disinfecting and remaining socially distant during service visits) we can explain what MERV means and how it impacts indoor air quality.
An air filter is essential to maintaining air quality in a home or commercial building. When you look at a filter – even the one in your HVAC system right now – you will see a MERV rating.
Take a moment and stop what you’re doing and take in a deep breath. How clean is the air you’re breathing? It may not be something you think about, but you should. Indoor air quality is more important than ever these days – especially in light of the coronavirus pandemic. In this article, we will discuss what are MERV Ratings? Indoor quality matters as it relates to these ratings.
When you think of being comfortable in your office or home you don’t usually think about the air you’re breathing; instead, you think about whether the heater or air conditioner is working properly. Air quality is a key component of your safety when indoors. Shopping centers and various commercial buildings have been required to change their air filtration systems in order to open during this pandemic. You may not need to make wholesale changes in your home or commercial building but you do need to think about air quality.
Due to these trying times of COVID cases spiking throughout the U.S., we have decided to recognize December as “Indoor Air Quality Month.” Today we’re bringing you along for the installation of some new air filtration systems.
The coronavirus pandemic doesn’t seem to be easing up and many Englewood, Florida homeowners and commercial property owners are asking, “how to safely hire this winter.” It is a question the geothermal professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning talk with customers about all the time.
We put together a video to let you know what we are doing to keep our team safe and to keep our customers safe when we pay a service visit.
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.