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HVAC Energy Saving Tips for Spring

February 2, 2021

We all know summer is the hottest time of year, but spring isn’t exactly cool, either. Even before summer arrives, you may find yourself running your HVAC system in spring to cool off your home in Tampa, FL. To escape the heat (and the humidity), we tend to stay indoors, where the temperature is cooler. That change in climate doesn’t come from nowhere, though—it takes energy to keep your HVAC system maintaining the temperature at a comfortable level. Here are some tips for HVAC energy saving in Tampa, FL to help you stay comfortable indoors: Keep hot air out: No... View Article

Is a Window Unit Worth the Money?

January 19, 2021

Here in Tampa, the weather can get very hot—especially during the summer months. While all that hot, sunny weather is great for getting outside and enjoying the beach, it can make it difficult to maintain a comfortable temperature at home. For many people, having AC in the home is essential, and it can make a huge difference in comfort around the house when the temperatures rise. If you’re thinking about purchasing window AC units in Tampa, FL, you might be wondering whether they are worth the money. Keep reading to learn more about window AC units and whether these are... View Article

What Are the Benefits of a Rooftop Air Conditioner?

January 5, 2021

Air conditioning is essential for homes and businesses in Tampa, where temperatures can skyrocket during the summer months. Installing a new AC in Tampa, FL offers a number of great benefits for home and business owners, including increased comfort and boosted property value, but choosing an AC system can be a challenge. Rooftop air conditioners in Tampa, FL are a popular option, but many home and business owners don’t know much about these AC systems. Keep reading to learn more about rooftop AC systems and get some advice to help you decide whether it’s the right option for your home... View Article

Will Using a Dehumidifier Help Me Run a Swamp Cooler?

December 22, 2020

As we have previously written about, you can use a swamp cooler in a humid environment, but at sustained high levels of humidity, the appliance might not work as efficiently as it would in a less humid environment. One of the methods that’s commonly employed to get more out of a swamp cooler is to open up windows or doors to create cross-drafts to allow moist air to escape and prevent the indoor air from reaching its saturation point before it’s sufficiently cooled. This can certainly work in some circumstances, but in very high-humidity situations, it might not be sufficient.... View Article

Operating a Swamp Cooler in a Humid Environment

December 8, 2020

Have you heard people say that a swamp cooler will not work in a humid environment like ours in Tampa, FL? This is a myth—you can still get your swamp cooler to provide you with cold air even if you have high levels of indoor humidity, so long as you understand how they operate. Here are some issues to consider as you seek to get your swamp cooler operating correctly even in a humid environment. Understand why the humidity is as high as it is and keep the cycle going First, if you’re dealing with very high levels of indoor... View Article

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