On August 16 of this year, the president of the United States signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law. That means a change in the tax credits available to both the residential and commercial markets.
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.
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.
How clean is the air you’re breathing in your Englewood, Florida home? At Symbiont Air Conditioning, this is a question we hear from our customers all the time because they aren’t sure if the air in their homes is clean. Floridians spend a lot of time indoors in the summer and when they’re indoors they are running the air conditioner to combat the outdoor heat and humidity and you could be dealing with inferior indoor air quality.
Indoor air pollution is not something to be taken lightly and this is especially true if you have any underlying health issues that could impact your breathing and your lung health.
The Symbiont Service residential and commercial HVAC professionals get asked all the time, “what seasonal maintenance care does my HVAC unit need?” The answer is – it depends on the season BUT we know that homeowners and commercial business owners in Englewood, Florida certainly don’t want to leave any HVAC issues to chance, not when our hot humid season is approaching.
The HVAC unit (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) in your home or office is crucial to the comfort in your home or office year round. In the cooler months, it keeps you warm and comfortable in the hot, humid months it keeps you cool and safe. A home that is too hot and humid can lead to health issues, especially in senior citizens.
If the HVAC unit is not operating properly the house will feel humid and that moisture can lead to mold growth. When you call one of the residential or commercial HVAC professionals from Symbiont Service you can rest assured your HVAC unit will run efficiently all summer long.
Hurricane season in Englewood, Florida may seem a long way off, but for our service technicians and for homeowners in Florida hurricane season is one in which we know we need to prepare for — before, during and after. We have tips on how homeowners can prepare for hurricane season.
Give our HVAC professionals a call and let’s discuss your residential heating and air conditioning needs whether we are in hurricane season or not. You may stock up on supplies for your family and pets, but do you think about the care your HVAC unit would need in order to make it through the storm without any — or minimal damage? Taking time now to prepare for hurricane season could safe you costly repairs later.