One of the most common ways homeowners cool down the rooms of their homes is with window AC units, but this is also the reasons that so many homeowners are so uncomfortable in the summer. These big, bulky units just don’t do the trick in the same way that central AC systems do. That’s why, before the heat gets more severe, we’re urging homeowners to get rid of their window ACs and upgrade to ductless units.
Air On Demand Blog: Archive for February, 2016
As a Miami, FL resident, your air conditioner gets quite the workout. It’s only natural that you want to find a way to prolong the life of your system and increase its efficiency as well. There are a couple steps you can take to ensure your air conditioner is ready for the summer season each year, such as checking to see if your filters are dirty and clearing out any landscaping debris surrounding your outside unit. This does not compare, however, to enrolling in an air conditioning maintenance program.
Think you can’t get comfortable in extreme temperatures if you don’t have any air ducts to accommodate a whole-home heating and cooling system? Think again! Ductless air conditioning and heating units can keep you just as comfortable as other central air and heat systems.
You might not know too much about the air ducts in your home. They’re behind the walls, after all, and up in the attic or in crawlspaces. And most of the time, you probably don’t have too many concerns about the state of your air ducts.
High energy bills are a reality for most Florida residents as the weather gets warmer. And it often seems like the only way to remediate the problem is to turn off the air conditioner altogether. Here at Air On Demand, we don’t want you to spend more than you have to each month, but we want to make sure you are comfortable. Here are a few ways to save on air conditioning that won’t leave you sweating.
The furnace is the most common heating system in the United States. A furnace is a long-lasting, efficient heating system, and most homes are already set up to have a gas or electric system installed. But in a climate like Florida’s, is it really necessary to have a heating system that’s separate from your air conditioner?