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Yearly archives: 2010

Dan Uggla Reaches 100 RBIs for First Time in Career

Posted on News September 29, 2010 by Jonathan Williams

Dan Uggla, two-time all-star and All Year Cooling sponsor, reached 100 RBIs for the first time in his career on a solo home run in the 8th inning of last night’s game in Atlanta. The home run was his 32nd of the season, which ties his career high set in 2008. Uggla’s .286 batting average Read More…

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Why Choose a Programmable Thermostat?

Posted on News September 29, 2010 by Jonathan Williams

Summer is fast approaching and a lot of homeowners, condominium owners and apartment dwellers are wondering what they can do to reduce their energy bills. Anybody who has spent a summer in South Florida realizes that this is the time when energy bills can skyrocket. We all want to stay cool and comfortable when temperatures Read More…

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Beware of Dishonest Contractors

Posted on News September 29, 2010 by Jonathan Williams

Nobody likes getting scammed. It can cost you both time and money, and is quite the unpleasant experience. Unfortunately, there are a lot of unscrupulous air conditioning contractors and other contractors out there with a mind only for making money at the expense of their customers. Some dishonest contractors are harder to spot than others, Read More…

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Turn it Up Just Two Degrees

Posted on News September 29, 2010 by Jonathan Williams

So you keep your air conditioner on 76 degrees while you’re at home because any higher and you just can’t stand it. A lot of people don’t realize, though, that turning their air conditioner up just two degrees to 78 may reduce their energy bills by about 10%. The summer months are fast approaching and Read More…

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Turn it Up Just Two Degrees

Posted on News September 29, 2010 by Jonathan Williams

So you keep your air conditioner on 76 degrees while you’re at home because any higher and you just can’t stand it. A lot of people don’t realize, though, that turning their air conditioner up just two degrees to 78 may reduce their energy bills by about 10%. The summer months are fast approaching and Read More…

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When to Clean Your Air Ducts

Posted on News September 29, 2010 by Jonathan Williams

The EPA recommends having air ducts cleaned if “there is substantial mold growth inside hard surface (e.g. sheet metal) ducts or other components of your heating and cooling system.” Or if “ducts are infested with vermin,” or if “ducts are clogged with excessive amounts of dust and debris and/or particles are actually released into the Read More…

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