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Why And How You Should Heat Your Pool

Why And How You Should Heat Your PoolWithout a pool heater, homeowners are limited to when and how often they can use it. But if you heat your pool, you can benefit in several ways, including perhaps the most significant one: increasing your return on investment. Read More »

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5 Heat Pump Facts That Will Help You Choose Wisely

5 Heat Pump Facts That Will Help You Choose WiselyYou may feel like you’re behind the eight ball if you haven’t been fully briefed on the basics of a heat pump. Heat pump use is on the rise in Florida, with many homeowners converting their homes to the environmentally-friendly and efficient heating and cooling option. Read More »

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Geothermal Systems: Get The Facts, And Get One Step Closer To A ‘Green’ Building Or Pool

Geothermal Systems: Get The Facts, And Get One Step Closer To A 'Green' Building Or PoolIf you or your condo association are assessing ways to reduce your carbon footprint, chances are you are considering a geothermal heating and cooling system as a way to become more energy efficient and save money.
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Put Your Tax Refund In A Heat Pump, And You’ll Have A Long-Term Payback

Put Your Tax Refund In A Heat Pump, And You'll Have A Long-Term PaybackIf you’re considering upgrading your HVAC system and want an option that will save you money and use less energy at the same time, a heat pump may be the perfect solution. In spite of the name, a heat pump both heats and cools a home. As a bonus, it does its job in a more energy-efficient manner than a traditional HVAC system. Read More »

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Got A Heat Pump? Florida Homeowners Are Wise To Use 3 Tips To Maximize Performance

Got A Heat Pump? Florida Homeowners Are Wise To Use 3 Tips To Maximize PerformanceHeat pumps are some of the most complicated machines that Florida homeowners possess. There are many elements and factors that come together to contribute to the efficiency of the overall system. Here are three keys to getting the most out of your heat pump. Read More »

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Heat-Pump Thermostat: A How-To Guide For Enhancing Energy Savings

Heat pumps may be one of the most energy-efficient ways to heat and cool homes in Florida because they use the heat in the air as fuel. To get the most efficiency from a pump, installing a heat-pump thermostat helps save energy, especially during the winter. Read More »

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A Variable-Speed Air Handler Can Solve These 5 Problems

If you are looking for a way to decrease your heating and cooling costs, you may want to consider upgrading to equipment that uses a variable-speed air handler. Typically, most air conditioners, furnaces and heat pumps use a single-speed air handler. This means they are only capable of running at one speed regardless of the heating or cooling demand.  This can wind up wasting a great deal of energy on days where the weather is relatively mild. Read More »

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Why Are Heat Pumps So Efficient?

Why Are Heat Pumps So Efficient?Chances are, if you don’t already own one, you have considered adding a heat pump to your home. Florida’s climate certainly lends itself well to this kind of heating and cooling system, and heat pumps have a reputation for being extremely energy efficient, particularly when compared to traditional forced air systems. Read More »

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Heat Pump Troubleshooting: Know When To Call For Help

If your heater isn’t working properly, the problem might be your heat pump. Heat pump troubleshooting can help you pin down the issue and possibly fix it. Some problems with the heat pump, however, are better left to a professional.  Read More »

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How Your Heating System Works As A Unit

How Your Heating System Works As A UnitUnderstanding how your heating system works can help you increase your home’s energy efficiency. Winters throughout Florida are typically mild, but it’s not uncommon to want to take the morning chill away or heat the house during an occasional cold snap. Many HVAC systems in Florida are heat pumps, since these are the most cost-effective ways to heat and cool homes. In the heating mode, both heat pumps and furnace systems operate basically the same, although the fuels to create heat differ. Read More »

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