Lowe's Air Duct in Florida
Florida is the southernmost contiguous state in the United States. The state is bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico, to the northwest by Alabama, to the north by Georgia, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, and to the south by the Straits of Florida.
How does climate of Florida affect HVAC performance?
The climate of Florida is tempered somewhat by the fact that no part of the state is distant from the ocean. North of Lake Okeechobee, the prevalent climate is humid subtropical, while areas south of the lake have a true tropical climate. With an average daily temperature of 70.7 °F (21.5 °C), it is the warmest state in the U.S.
As sunny and wonderful as it is here in Florida, it can get uncomfortable at times. That’s why it’s important to run a check on your HVAC system. Regular cleaning and maintenance can potentially ward off problems and extend the life of your HVAC system. Make sure that your air conditioning system is in good working order and will be much easier to keep you cool in the summer.
Mean low temperatures for early to mid January range from the low 40s Fahrenheit (4–7 °C) in north Florida to above 60 °F (16 °C) from Miami on southward. Although winter in Florida may be short, it’s important to remember that a well-maintained HVAC system can keep utility costs down.
Florida’s nickname is the “Sunshine State”, but severe weather is a common occurrence in the state. Central Florida is known as the lightning capital of the United States, as it experiences more lightning strikes than anywhere else in the country which can harm your HVAC system. To prevent damage to your air conditioning unit, turn off the air conditioner at the thermostat during a lightning storm. If power is not running to the unit when the lightning hits nearby, it’s less likely that there will be serious damage than if the unit was turned on.
Air quality in Florida
Did you know the air quality in your apartment or Florida home can be five times worse than the air outside? Inadequate ventilation, many household products and levels of relative humidity exceeding 70% during long periods of time can eventually jeopardizing your ability to breathe. If this happens, close your windows and operate your air conditioner a little bit more. Natural ventilation is a great way to save energy; just don’t overdo it!
Where do we operate?
Low’s air duct cleaning, every technician’s goal is to make your home healthy, clean and comfortable. What makes us a professional is an attention to details, expensive and best quality equipment we use, great respect for customer’s home.
We have offices in eight states of our country: Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, D.C. (District of Columbia), Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts and Florida.
If you live in Florida, give us a call for the best quality services at affordable flat rate prices. No hidden fees no surprised charges. We are serving:
List of services in Florida
- PREMIUM Package #2: Air Ducts + Sanitizer + Odor Kill
- PREMIUM Package #1: Air Ducts + Sanitizer + Dryer Vent
- COMBO Cleaning: Air Ducts + Sanitizer
- Air Duct Maintenance Plan (basic vacuuming – no sanitizer) – annual subscription for returning customers *
- Dryer Vent Cleaning
- Coil Cleaning
- Odor Kill (Air Freshener)
- Sanitizing Air Vents
- VIDEO Camera Inspection
- Cleaning Vent Covers / Grills
Our goal is to create perfectly healthy living environment
Lowe’s Air Duct Cleaning Service technicians are HVAC certified to carry out air duct & dryer vent cleaning process, which guarantees that the cleaning service will not only clean but also restore the integrity of your duct-work.
Furthermore, Lowe’s technicians are HVAC Certified with high level of expertise to guarantee that your HVAC system is cleaned properly to assure high indoor air quality, which is essential for healthy living environment.
Please note that we do NOT use subcontractors. All of our technicians are in-house, highly skilled and trained in Air Duct and Dryer Vent cleaning process.
For more question please call us at: 1-888-666-3160.