Central A/C: Quality of life in Miami, Florida

Your home’s central A/C is not likely to be something that you spend a lot of time thinking about. However, when it’s time to perform routine maintenance your system, it’s helpful to understand how an air conditioning system works. Central air conditioning (or central A/C) is a system in which air is cooled at a central location and distributed...

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Stay home, Stay safe, Breathe Easy

As the US grapples with the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus, a growing number of states are ordering their residents to stay at home. But spending so much time inside isn’t great for physical health, particularly in home with poor indoor air quality. There are a number of factors that affect air quality, such as dust mites, burning...

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How to childproof your HVAC?

Once the babies outgrow their cribs, it is time for them to transfer to bed. Besides growing bigger they also tend to become more curious, which is completely understandable. There are a lot of things that draw a kid's attention around the house. Some of them are AC units, floor registers, and outside units. It is vital to keep...

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What diseases can you get from air conditioning?

Contaminants that get into your air conditioner can quickly spread in the air throughout the space (via your ductwork/air vents). Air conditioners themselves can be places for bacteria to proliferate if they are not properly maintained. It leads to Legionnaire's Disease, or Pontiac Fever. You can contract it by inhaling a water organism often found in air conditioners. The...

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Preventive Measures Against Coronavirus

Since the pandemic of the coronavirus has been declared, the experts have been trying to find a way to preserve our health. While we are waiting for a cure to be found, we can all put an extra effort to prevent the virus from escalating to extreme levels. We can all take precautionary measures by doing the following: 1. Washing...

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Air Vents Cleaning Florida

Florida’s temperature means that you’ll likely be running the AC constantly. Also, the high humidity in the state means that there’s a higher risk of mildew developing in your vents. This could represent a serious health problem. Our technicians can take care of this problem. Apart from health issues, having your air vents cleaned will improve the air quality in...

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The best way to prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses

Certain types of bacteria and viruses can travel through the air to spread infections. Damp and dirty spaces allow for accumulation and breeding of many of these bacteria and viruses, and ventilation systems easily spread these disease causing organisms around. As bacteria and viruses circulate throughout your indoor air, they could be working their way into your family’s sinuses, which...

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Where is HVAC Filter Located?

Believe it or not, this is the most commonly asked question on the web. We have already talked about filter importance. It has two very meaningful purposes: to protect the system from malfunctions and to keep the indoor air quality at the highest level. Therefore, changing the filter is essential. You can do it yourself, or you can contact...

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Can I clean air ducts myself?

Cleaning air ducts is not a do-it-yourself job. Even if you were inclined to do it, you won't be able to reach every nook and cranny. Chances are good that you wouldn't own the right tools, such as special rotary brushes and a high-powered vacuum. Moreover, you run the risk of tearing your ducts, especially if you have flex...

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Air Sanitizing: No viruses, No bacteria

In the United States, a sanitizer is a disinfectant that is intended to disinfect or sanitize, reducing or mitigating growth or development of microbiological organisms including bacteria, fungi or viruses on inanimate surfaces in the household. Unlike air purifiers, which filter or otherwise trap particles within an air circulator, air sanitizers have the ability to act on airborne microorganisms...

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