Does a High SEER2 Rating Matter?

April 8th, 2024

When it’s time to install a new central air conditioner in your home, you may be wondering about those SEER2 ratings assigned to AC units. Does it really matter if you go with the baseline efficiency standard or invest in a high-efficiency unit?

The short answer is yes. A high-efficiency air conditioner can go a long way toward saving you money on your monthly energy costs. You can give our team a call to schedule your in-home assessment and learn about Sarasota air conditioning financing. In the meantime, you can keep reading to learn more about the SEER2 rating system and why it matters.

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3 Tips to Make Your AC Quieter

March 25th, 2024

Most air conditioners operate fairly quietly, but that isn’t always the case. If you find that your air conditioner is a little too loud, there are some steps you can take to help it operate more quietly. If you are concerned about how your air conditioner is operating, you can always give our team a call for Northport air conditioning service.

Keep reading to learn our three tips for quiet AC operation. If you don’t notice a difference with these three tweaks, it’s a good idea to go ahead and schedule a check up for your air conditioner. It’s an important service to schedule annually anyway, and prioritizing service now is a great way to ensure your air conditioner operates efficiently and quietly all spring and summer long.

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Load Calculation: How It Works and Why It’s Important

March 11th, 2024

Installing a commercial air conditioner is a little more involved than installing a standard residential unit. The commercial locations are usually much larger and require more power for cooling. When you need service for commercial air conditioning in Bradenton, give our team a call for commercial HVAC expertise.

We can help you calculate the load and ensure that your current unit is meeting your commercial cooling needs. You can keep reading to learn more about how load calculated for an AC unit and why a precise calculation is so important.

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Is Your Septic Tank Too Full?

February 26th, 2024

When you have a septic tank, you want to stay ahead of it filling up and causing backups in your yard and home. But how do you know if your septic tank is getting too full? Usually there are early signs that can indicate your septic tank is filling up before it overflows.

You can keep reading to learn more about some of the signs that your septic tank is filling up. If you notice any or all of these signs, you need to give our team a call to schedule an appointment for septic tank pumping in Sarasota. It’s better to tackle this problem proactively than to put off service and later need to schedule an emergency appointment.

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How Do I Know When My Septic Tank Needs Servicing?

February 12th, 2024

If you have a septic tank, it needs to be pumped once every three to five years to prevent problems. This frequency can greatly depend on the size of the tank itself, the size of your family, and how much water you use. Once you reach that three-year mark, it’s time to begin planning for a service appointment.

Our team can help with all of your plumbing needs, including septic tank pumping in Sarasota. Of all plumbing services, this is definitely one you want to stay ahead of. Postponing septic tank service can lead to major plumbing problems. Keep reading to learn more about how to know if it’s time to schedule septic tank service for your home. 

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How Drain Cleaning Prevents Catastrophic Problems Down the Line

January 15th, 2024

Cleaning out your drains isn’t just a good idea–it’s imperative to your plumbing system’s health and longevity. You might be thinking that a dirty pipe couldn’t possibly cause problems, but that’s not the case.

We perform drain cleaning in Sarasota, FL for homeowners who understand its importance at preventing the exact problems we’re going to talk about today.

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Your Heat Pumps Mode-Switching Problem, Explained

January 1st, 2024

Your heat pump has a fair few working parts moving all at the same time. Eventually, something’s going to go wrong, but it’s perplexing when you know the machine is running just fine–it just won’t switch from cooling to heating, or vice versa.

While it’s frustrating, it’s thankfully a common problem with some easy fixes you can try yourself. We’ve seen a lot of heat pump repair in Sarasota, FL over the years, so let’s share what we know so you can get your heat pump moving again.

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How Long Does AC Installation Truly Take?

December 18th, 2023

You know you need a new air conditioner, and you’re trying to plan ahead as much as possible. But there’s one thing that just doesn’t seem to have a straightforward answer–how long does it actually take to install your air conditioner from start to finish?

If you’re replacing a central AC with another central AC, you can expect four to eight hours in total. But of course, there’s a lot of nuance to AC installation in Bradenton, FL, so there’s a chance that the answer you’re looking for isn’t nearly as linear. Let’s discuss why.

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6 Key Features of Good Household Plumbing

December 4th, 2023

Your plumbing system is used dozens of times per day, whether it’s for a shower, washing your hands, or filling up that five-quart pot to boil pasta for dinner. But just because it delivers water doesn’t make it “good” household plumbing. Today, we’re going to show you what the difference is.

Through our plumbing service in Sarasota, FL, we’ve seen just about every kind of plumbing-related problem you can think of, and how good plumbing can improve your overall quality of life. Here’s what you need to know about good household plumbing.

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This Little Sensor Could Be Causing All Your AC Problems

November 20th, 2023

Your air conditioner turns on when its needs to, then stops when it doesn’t. You don’t think anything of it, except all of a sudden it’s not providing cool air. It’s not warm, but it’s not cold either, so what’s the deal? Well, it could all be due to one little sensor that’s deep in your air conditioner.

When we perform AC repair in Venice, FL, sometimes we run into a unique problem: a sensor on the blower motor. While this does need to be repaired and it’s a DIY kind of fix, the good news is that it’s not the same as a total system breakdown. As long as it’s caught early, there may also be minimal long-term damages to your air conditioner.

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