Air On Demand Blog: Archive for September, 2016

Air On Demand and The Pink Fund Partner Up to Raise Money For Breast Cancer Patients In Miami-Dade

Friday, September 30th, 2016

 

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Being diagnosed with breast cancer not only affects patients physically and emotionally, but financially as well. Most women are too sick to work and lose up to 75% of their income.

The Pink Fund was created to help these women with their monthly bills to give them peace of mind while focusing on getting better. Eligible patients receive up to $3,000 towards major bills such as rent, mortgage, car note and or utilities depending on their financial need.

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Protect Your Air Conditioner When It’s Rainy

Monday, September 26th, 2016

In our area, we all know that rainy weather does not necessarily mean relief from the heat. Rainy days still call for you to run your air conditioning system. And luckily, air conditioners are able to work well even as the rain comes pouring down. Still, there are a few things you should keep in mind during the rainiest seasons.

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What Can Go Wrong When You Don’t Hire a Licensed HVAC Professional

Monday, September 19th, 2016

The budget-conscious homeowner can find ways to save on just about anything. They know that many off-brand products can be just as good as the name brand equivalent. They know that cooking at home for most of the week can help with a monthly budget—big time. And they may try to save money with DIY projects around the home when something needs to change, or if something goes wrong.

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The Importance of UV Lights for Your Air Conditioning System

Monday, September 12th, 2016

Your family’s health and wellbeing is your number one priority. Of course, it’s tough for you to control everything that may affect their health, but you might be surprised that some amount of germs in the air can be stopped.

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Duct Cleaning for Better Health

Monday, September 5th, 2016

 

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Indoor air quality has a major effect on your comfort. Even if you have your home at the perfect temperature for you and your family members, you’re not comfortable if your allergies are acting up, and any asthma symptoms feel out of your control.

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