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Let Us Help You Inspect Your Damaged Pool Heating Equipment

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If your pool heating equipment was submerged at all during the recent storm, we recommend that you have it inspected by a licensed, qualified technician to ensure the equipment is safe. Our own licensed, qualified technician, Jimmy Dietrich, recently sat down to talk about what the inspection process looks like.

When Jimmy or a member of his team is dispatched, the first thing they do is remove the electric panels to inspect any areas where moisture or debris could have gotten in. If moisture or debris is found, he will remove the affected components and replace them right away. Then he will inspect any pumps or other controls that may have been exposed or affected.

“We can help fix your pool heating equipment, too.”

From a safety standpoint, checking the ground is very important. Jimmy is doing a great job teaching our team how to do this.

If you need your pool heating equipment inspected or you’d like to combine an inspection with your regular maintenance visit, give us a call or send us an email. We would love to help you out.

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A Message Regarding Hurricane Preparation

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The week before Hurricane Irma hit Florida, we sent out a message via email and social media. This message contained recommendations and information to help people prepare for the coming storm.

Unfortunately, we are not finished with hurricane season yet. This is why I want to share the information from that message with you all once more.

The equipment we install for pool heating includes hurricane tie-down straps, as per the Florida building code requirements.

Also, we recommend that you turn off all high voltage power sources to pool heaters and pumps at the circuit breakers in case of a surge or outage.

 

“We are not finished with hurricane season yet.”

 

On our website, www.GeoThermalFlorida.com, you can find a list pertaining to water levels, chemistry, and filtration equipment preparation suggestions, provided by commercial energy specialists from Jupiter, Florida.

As we’re now finally able to take a breath after Hurricane Irma, I’d like to take a moment to thank all of the power companies who worked around the clock to get the power back on. I hope you and your families were safe and well through the storm.

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Symbiont Service Corp.’s Values Translate Into Loyal Customers

Symbiont Service Corp.'s Values Translate Into Loyal CustomersAny Florida Suncoast HVAC company can claim to be the best or the most reliable, but not all can explain exactly what they think makes them so great. At Symbiont Service Corp., we don’t deal in vague hyperbole. We have clear and solid values that guide us in providing service that keeps our customers loyal for years. Read More »

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4 Steps To Hiring An HVAC Contractor With Confidence

4 Steps To Hiring An HVAC Contractor With ConfidenceHiring an HVAC contractor is not difficult, but hiring the right contractor may require a little bit of work. Basically, there are four steps to hiring an HVAC contractor with confidence:  Read More »

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It’s Time For Geothermal Cooling Maintenance: Schedule An Appointment With Symbiont, Florida’s Top Provider

It's Time For Geothermal Cooling Maintenance: Schedule An Appointment With Symbiont, Florida's Top ProviderAlong Florida’s Suncoast, where cooling systems get a workout most of the year, annual maintenance is an absolute must. Your GeoThermal system needs maintenance to perform efficiently and reliably — so you won’t experience a breakdown during the hottest, most humid summer months. This requires you to schedule an appointment with a top HVAC service provider. Read More »

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MERV: How To Navigate Efficiency Ratings To Improve HVAC Performance, Indoor Air Quality

MERV: How To Navigate Efficiency Ratings To Improve HVAC Performance, Indoor Air QualityWhen choosing a replacement air filter for your heating and cooling system, there is one essential thing you need to check: MERV (minimum efficiency reporting value). MERV measures overall air filter efficiency, with rating numbers from 1 to 16. The higher the MERV number, the more airborne matter the filter will trap.

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Surge Protection: Preserve Your Home Systems With Maximum Protection

Surge Protection: Preserve Your Home Systems With Maximum ProtectionHave you ever stopped to think what your day would be like without electronics? What would happen to your home office or your entertainment center if an electrical surge zapped your computer, stereo, television and/or microwave? Even with insurance, the deductible can cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars to replace these items. Power surges can also damage your heating and cooling equipment, leaving your home cold and damp. Read More »

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Planned Maintenance Protects Your System From Unnecessary Damage, Saving You Money

Conducting planned maintenance on your home’s heating or cooling system may not be glamorous, but it is one of the best ways to ensure that your system will be ready when you need it most. By scheduling regular service visits with a qualified professional, you’ll keep your entire HVAC system running smoothly and efficiently. Read More »

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Wondering What ACCA And NATE Affiliations Really Mean In Terms Of Customer Service?

Wondering What ACCA And NATE Affiliations Really Mean In Terms Of Customer Service?In the HVAC industry, there are two affiliations that only the best technicians call their own and have been shown to produce greater customer satisfaction — ACCA and NATE. Read More »

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Is A Heat Pump Ideal For Your Florida Home?

Is A Heat Pump Ideal For Your Florida Home?Florida homeowners looking to upgrade their HVAC system should consider a heat pump. Used in conjunction with electric heating and cooling systems, a heat pump works against the natural flow of air by forcing cool air to turn into warm through a series of heating and cooling operations. First, a coil of  refrigerant is heated until it turns into vapor, which is then pressurized in a compressor. The vapor is sent through a condenser where cold air is blown over the coil. The vapor cools back to a liquid state and the air warmed by the process is sent through the ductwork of the house. The process repeats, keeping the house warm. Read More »

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