Like much of the rest of the country, Florida home and business owners are in a state of quarantine and social distancing because of #coronavirus (COVID-19) If you’re wondering about coronavirus and your indoor air quality, we want to offer some insight.
Because the professionals at Symbiont Air Conditioning are considered essential employees we are fielding calls all the time about coronavirus and its impacts on our health because so many of us are confined to their homes.
Will the air filter in the HVAC unit trap and kill coronavirus? Here is what we know.
With summer knocking at the door, we will soon be spending more time indoors and we will be running our air conditioners more often. That means we will be holding our breath when the utility bills come, right?
You don’t have to turn the air conditioner off in order to save money. No one wants to sit at home and be uncomfortable in the heat and humidity. In fact, it is unsafe for some individuals — including the elderly — to be in a home that is not air-conditioned.
We’ve put together quick and easy steps to take to cut your A/C costs while still being comfortable.
Pet parents are a different breed. Yes, we know what we’re saying! If you have pets and if you live in an area of the country like Englewood, Florida that may be indoors in air-conditioned air for many months of the year you need to assure you’re breathing clean air. How to choose an A/C air filter when you have pets is something the air conditioning professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning get asked all the time.
Indoor air quality is crucial for anyone, but especially for those with breathing issues or asthma. You certainly don’t want to be breathing air that is of poor quality or that is filled with dander. To help address that and to address air quality, you will want to choose the best, highest quality air conditioner air filter that you can and that is suitable for the HVAC unit you have in your home or office.
If you’re like most families, you have a pet — dog, cat, hamster, bunny, ferret, bird — and those pets are a source of dander, hair and feathers! You can’t stop your pet from shedding, but you can certainly better clean the air you’re breathing.
Do you live in Florida? Are you trying to get through the days and hot, humid nights without air conditioning? Is attempting to use fans and cross-breezes just not cutting it any longer? The air conditioning professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning in Englewood, Florida have put together a list of 7 reasons to love air conditioning.
You may or may not need to be “sold” on the technology and comfort that having an air conditioning system in your home will offer, but if you are still wondering whether it’s worth it, we urge you to read on.
Hot enough for you? You know that will be the phrase you hear when you live in Englewood, Florida and we know that at times it seems as if there is no escape from the relenting heat and humidity that Florida is faced with. Let’s face it, though when “winter” in Florida rolls around, we are not complaining because we are not shoveling snow. You certainly never have to shovel sunshine! We do have 3 reasons to upgrade to an energy efficient A/C unit because you definitely need one in a Florida summer (but we aren’t complaining!})
When you look at the price n your heating and cooling bill are you shocked? Do you always wish you could find a way to save money, but still be comfortable in an Englewood, Florida summer? You can keep your cool when the utility bill arrives and you can be comfortable in your home or office. It may require an upgrade to a new, energy-efficient A/C unit. You will want to talk with one of our Symbiont Air Conditioning experts and determine the ROI (return on your investment) if you upgrade to a new unit.
If you are having thoughts of selling your Englewood, Florida home you may be wondering what you can to do increase its resale value. Some homeowners will put in new kitchens, paint bedrooms and upgrade bathrooms. Other homeowners talk with their real estate agent and find out that upgrading and updating the home’s air conditioning unit will increase its resale value. How to increase the resale value of your home is front of mind when putting your home on the market.
When you think about it, that makes sense especially in the heat and humidity that is the norm for Florida weather.
Before you sink a lot of money into a home remodeling and repair spree, talk with your real estate agent and see if what you’re considering will increase the home’s value enough to help you break even or even make money.
How To Increase The Resale Value Of Your Home
The biggest return on investment, it’s been found are:
Should you get a ductless air conditioning system? It’s not an easy or cut-and-dried answer. First, let’s explain that traditional air conditioning in homes and businesses in Englewood, Florida are usually referred to as “central air.” In Florida, central air makes sense because you want whole-home air conditioning. A ductless air conditioning system is also an option. Ductless systems for both cooling and heating are popular.
Before you make a decision on which is right for you, here are some considerations you will want to talk with your air conditioning professional from Symbiont Service Air Conditioning and get your questions answered before you make any final decisions.
Should You Get A Ductless Air Conditioning System?
Here are some questions to think about before you give us a call.
Carbon monoxide poisoning is an insidious intruder into a home. When your home is closed up for the season and the furnace is running carbon monoxide fumes can be leaked out, especially if you haven’t had the furnace inspected. Protect your home from carbon monoxide and yourself from carbon monoxide poisoning by having your air conditioning and heating unit inspected.
You will also want to install carbon monoxide detectors as well as smoke and fire detectors in your home to keep everyone safe.
Protect Your Home From Carbon Monoxide
This is a topic about which we can truly say is a life-and-death situation if left unaddressed.