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  • PATS Testing Identifies Duct Leaks, Saves on Energy Expenses

    Feb 14, 2017
    Your ducts play a major role in ensuring that your home comfort system is operating at its optimal capacity. In a typical home, about 20 percent or more of the air is lost due to leaks, holes and poorly connected ducts. High utility bills, consistent dust build up and rooms that are difficult to heat and cool are all indicators that your duct system needs to be inspected.Read More
  • 5 Signs You’re Dealing with an Unlicensed Contractor

    Jan 10, 2017
    If your home comfort system stops working, there is usually no time to spare when finding somebody to repair or replace it. However, this haste can leave homeowners vulnerable to the predatory practices of unlicensed contractors who advertise low prices, but lack the experience, training and accountability to do the job correctly. To help prevent homeowners from being taken advantage of, the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation partners with the State Attorney’s office to prosecute unlicensed contractors, resulting in criminal charges or steep fines being levied against offenders. Read More
  • Temperature Wars: Finding the Perfect Temperature for Everybody

    Dec 27, 2016
    From family members at home to co-workers in the office, it’s difficult for everyone to agree on the ideal thermostat setting, causing temperature wars that can result in constant thermostat adjustments as well as rising temperatures—and frustrations. Read More
  • Preparing Your Home for a Comfortable Winter

    Nov 15, 2016
    With the arrival of cooler temperatures comes a much-needed break for your home’s air conditioner, but before you crank up your heat pump or furnace, make sure your home is ready for the transition. Read More
  • Why You Should Schedule a Fall HVAC Tune-Up

    Nov 8, 2016
    Performing regular preventative maintenance is an important step with almost everything you own or use regularly, especially something you depend on as much as your home comfort system. Read More
  • What to Expect After a Major Air Conditioning Repair

    Oct 3, 2016
    People often expect to have a perfectly cool home immediately after a major repair to their home comfort system, but if your house isn’t feeling comfortable a few hours after the system is up and running, don’t reach for the phone just yet.Read More
  • When to Replace or Repair Your Air Conditioning System

    Aug 11, 2016
    If your air conditioning system has started to require more frequent repairs, your energy bills are going up or your home is getting too hot in the summer, your home might be in need of a new system. Read More
  • It’s Always Smart to ‘Be Comfortable’

    Jul 25, 2016
    Over the last several years, you have become familiar with “Barry,” the lovable but not terribly suave service technician from Barineau Heating & Air. As you have probably heard many times, “Barry may not be cool, but Barry knows cool.” Read More
  • Why Isn’t My Air Conditioning System Cooling My House?

    Jun 1, 2016
    As summer temperatures start to roll in, you’ll want to make sure your home comfort system is prepared to take the heat. But what should you do if your system can’t quite get your home to the temperature you set on your thermostat? Read More
  • Troubleshooting Air Duct Issues

    May 27, 2016
    The air ducts in your home are a vital part of keeping your home cool in the summer—and warm in the winter. If you have unusually high summer and winter utility bills, your house has hot and cold spots or your vents don’t seem to have air flowing, there could be an issue with your ducts. Read More
  • Is a Whole House Dehumidifier Right for Your Home?

    May 26, 2016
    The last thing any homeowner wants after returning from summer vacation is a home saturated with humidity, or worse, mold and mildew. Many homeowners set their home thermostat to a higher temperature to cut down on energy costs while away for an extended period... Read More
  • How to Prevent Clogs in AC Drainage Lines

    May 24, 2016
    In most cases, water dripping from you house would be a cause for concern. However, there is at least one exception. There is a line that runs from your air conditioning system to the outside that performs an important function to keep your home comfortable – especially in the heat of summer. Read More

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