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Indoor Air Quality – A Major Problem for Homeowners

Posted on Family and Home, The Cooler Blog, Tips July 28, 2013 by Jonathan Williams

Heating and cooling systems also has an impact on the quality of the air we breathe. Indoor air quality can have a direct effect on your health. Inadequate ventilation can increase indoor pollutant levels if it’s not capable of bringing in enough outdoor air to dilute emissions from indoor sources or carry out indoor air Read More…


Your A/C Unit Is Frozen

Posted on AC Maintenance, AC Repair, AC Tips, Seasonal Weather, The Cooler Blog July 25, 2013 by Jonathan Williams

Living in South Florida, the heat can feel like summer year-round. Many people use the A/C more often in the summer and are dumbfounded when they see that their outside air conditioner or heat pump is covered in solid ice. It’s not usual for ice to form on an air conditioner, and it is certainly Read More…


Ways to Keep Cool in Your Home Without A/C

Posted on Money Saving Tips, The Cooler Blog, Tips July 19, 2013 by Jonathan Williams

Living in the Sunshine State, there have been blistering hot summer days of with temperature in the 90s. Before using the air conditioner, you should consider that home cooling accounts for 5% of annual energy consumption in the U.S. Here are several alternatives to keeping your house cooler naturally. Keep the shades drawn during the Read More…


Common Air Conditioner Problems

Posted on AC Maintenance, AC Repair, AC Tips, The Cooler Blog, Tips July 16, 2013 by Jonathan Williams

Many homeowners will agree that improper A/C operation is one of the more common issues. Always close your windows and doors when your air conditioner is on. With room air conditioners, seclude the room or group of connected rooms as best as you can from the rest of your home. Other common A/C problems result Read More…


AYC&H Recommends FEMA Hurricane Guidelines

Posted on AC Tips, News, Seasonal Weather, The Cooler Blog July 12, 2013 by Jonathan Williams

June 1st was the official start of the 2013 hurricane season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predict this season will be quite active. Due to growing coastal populations, rising sea levels, and drastic climate changes, hurricane storm surges are stronger! Many predictions suggest that the US has a higher risk of tropical storms Read More…


Keep Cool on a Budget

Posted on The Cooler Blog July 8, 2013 by Jonathan Williams

It’s summer, the time for BBQs, the beach, more outdoor activities, and enjoying the warm weather with family and friends. However this is also the time for costly energy bills. It’s important to stay cool while keeping the energy bill low. Keep cool with these efficient tips. The key is to utilize your surroundings to Read More…


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