cooling fort myers fl

Your HVAC system (heating and cooling) account for the majority of your electric bill. Here in Florida, we need our AC systems working full force for most of the year. That can cause us to spend quite a bit, turning over a chunk of our paychecks to FPL just to be comfortable. We would love…

Utility Bills

No one likes opening utility bills to find a surprise rate jump and a higher bill than last month. Here in Florida, it happens quite easily and often. Hot tropical weather can easily spike your bill. We have a few creative tips you and your family can use to get that bill to go in…

air conditioning

Yes, we understand, there is nothing like being out in the sweltering heat of southwest Florida’s summer and then walking into a really, really cold room. We get it. But, it actually is not a good choice to set your thermostat too low. And here is why: Your air conditioning will only cool at one…

cooling

Energy bills can mount during the hot summer months here in southwest Florida. We have some ways that will help to reduce the costs of cooling your home. Add extra insulation to your home’s walls, floors, and ceilings. The insulation will create a barrier so that the cool air will not escape and it will…

Running an air conditioner, especially in the warm climate of south Florida, will often make up the largest piece of a home’s energy costs. So if you’re looking to cut back on your energy costs, one of the best ways to do that is to find ways to cut your air conditioner energy costs. Unfortunately,…

Zone Control Air Conditioning systems allow you to control which rooms, or “zones,” get air conditioned air when. You can set up temperature differentials, and with sophisticated thermostats even temperature schedules for each zone. This is quite more complex than traditional central air conditioner systems that have only one thermostat, and some of these systems…

Many modern Florida homes are built as a single story specifically to help with cooling, but if you live in an older home or if you decide to build a two-level home, you may notice that the second floor can sometimes be warmer than the first floor. In this article are a few reasons why…

When one room is consistently colder or warmer than the other rooms in a house, it can be a sign of an unbalanced HVAC system.  Ideally, an HVAC system should be arranged so that every room receives sufficient airflow to balance the temperature throughout the home.  An unbalanced system will fail to provide sufficient air…

When selecting the temperature to set a thermostat, people generally want to balance personal comfort and cost, including energy costs and maintenance costs.  Here are a few things to consider when making that selection. People are all different when it comes to their preferred temperature.  Preferences can even be affected by such things as level…

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