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Preparing Your Home for Floods: What You Need to Know

Preparing Your Home for Floods: What You Need to Know
Flooding is unfortunately a common occurrence that Floridians brace themselves for yearly. Living in flood zones requires a little more planning should an emergency arise. Setting up a fully-functioning sump pump is crucial as floods often plague basements first. Be…
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How To Improve The Air Quality Of Your Home: A Quick And ...

Preparing Your Home for Floods: What You Need to Know
Even though the temperatures outside may be slightly dropping, doesn’t mean you should ignore your air conditioning unit! While having cool air may not be your first priority during some of the chiller days in Florida, any homeowner should be…

Why Does my Circuit Breaker Panel Make a Humming Noise Wh...

Preparing Your Home for Floods: What You Need to Know
When it comes to electricity and wires, people are skittish. So if you hear buzzing/humming noises coming from your circuit breaker panel (aka, the main electrical panel) every time your AC kicks on, you’re probably a little nervous (as you…

How much Does it Cost to Install a Ductless Air Conditioner?

Preparing Your Home for Floods: What You Need to Know
When homeowners come to us asking for a new ductless mini-split air conditioner, the first question they always ask us is, “How much does it cost to install?” In general, the cost to install a new ductless mini-split air conditioner…

Is Your Air Conditioner Making You Sick?

Preparing Your Home for Floods: What You Need to Know
If you’ve ever had your nose running while sitting under the AC, you might have wondered: can you get sick from cold air conditioning? Well, technically, cold air doesn’t make you sick. You must be exposed to germs, bacteria and…

Why Is My Air Conditioner’s Refrigerant Line Covere...

Preparing Your Home for Floods: What You Need to Know
Yikes! Your outside air conditioning refrigerant line is covered in ice’which seems crazy in Arizona heat. So what’s the deal? Chances are, your indoor unit’s evaporator coil is frozen solid and cold liquid refrigerant is flowing to the outside unit through…