Air On Demand Blog: Archive for December, 2015

Save Money in 2016 with More Efficient Air Conditioning and Heating

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Together, your home air conditioning and heating systems use up more energy than any other system in the home. In Florida, air conditioning is of particular concern, as inefficient equipment forces some of us to make adjustments to the thermostat that make us feel a lot less comfortable so that we can save some money month to month.

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3 Reasons for Low Airflow from Your Vents

Monday, December 21st, 2015

*Air On Demand no longer offers duct sealing or repair services. Please visit our ductwork service page to learn more about our ductwork options.

Around the holiday season, you want to see to it that your family, friends, and guests are as comfortable as possible in your home. Little problems with the air conditioning or heating system may seem like only an annoyance, but it’s important that you get these fixed as soon as possible so that a tiny inconvenience does not turn into a complete system breakdown during your holiday celebrations.

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3 Surprising Benefits of Professional Air Duct Cleaning

Monday, December 14th, 2015

A standard central air and heat system is not complete without a set of air ducts. These are what allow air to move throughout your home from a central location. And yet, we rarely think about the condition of our ducts, or what might be inside of them. Over the years, dust and debris can develop quickly within the ducts, and it’s not something you can clean out on your own due to the complex layout of your ductwork. Here’s how hiring professionals for duct cleaning can benefit you.

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The Benefits of Packaged Air Conditioning

Monday, December 7th, 2015

Finding the right air conditioner is a difficult task for some, especially those with unique home designs that don’t allow much space to place an outdoor unit. Packaged air conditioning systems have all of their components housed in a single cabinet, rather than a separate indoor and outdoor portion. This unit goes on the roof and connects to your duct system to provide you with whole-home cooling (and often heating as well!).

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