5 Ways to Prepare Your HVAC System Before Vacation

Do your recent New Year’s resolutions include travel? If so, you may want to learn about the best practices for preparing your home A/C to be away for an extended period of time. Whether you are leaving for a weekend or for a month……Read more

HVAC Prices to Increase Again in 2023

In 2022 we saw a significant hike in manufacturing costs that heavily impacted the HVAC industry. These costs increases were related to factors such as raw material costs, increased labor rates, fuel and transportation costs, and changes in process from the impact of the challenging year of 2020……Read more

3 A/C Tips for Snowbirds in South Florida

Recent surveys have found that the Florida population increases by about 5% during the winter months as snowbirds seek refuge from the bitter winters among our sunny beaches and retirement communities. With not just one, but two or more homes to manage, snowbirds (and all homeowners with more than one property) must take extra care to be sure their properties are…..Read more

3 Benefits of a Career in HVAC

Do you have a child or grandchild getting ready to graduate high school? Maybe you are looking to learn a new trade. Whatever your reason to look for a new career path, let’s illuminate a few of the fantastic benefits of a career in HVAC-R or (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration)….Read more

Let’s Talk SEER Rating

SEER is defined as Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This is the ratio that compares the cooling output of your AC system during a typical cooling season (using the indoor temperature and an average of outdoor temperatures ranging from 60 to 100 degrees), and then divide by the energy it uses measured in Watt-Hours. Like the miles per gallon ratio for your car, the higher the SEER system rating- the higher the efficiency of your system…Read more

How HVAC Supply Chain Shortages are Changing the Customer Experience

As the post-COVID recession continues to wreak havoc on households, home services companies- like HVAC and plumbing businesses, are getting hit just as hard. So, what causes the HVAC supply chain shortages? According to a March 2022 article by First Citizens Bank, “There are also shortages for the materials needed to build HVAC equipment, like copper, Read more

Why You Need a Smart Thermostat this Summer

When you look at the workings of a complete HVAC system in your home- the thermostat acts as the ‘brain’ sending signals to your system to keep your home comfortable. There are many thermostats or ‘brains’ in the market today, but in a world that loves automation, why not upgrade to a thermostat that can do all the thinking for you? Read more

What Happens to Your Home when the Air Conditioning Breaks?

Summer is upon us, and the only thing worse than the community pool being closed is when you’re A/C unceremoniously shuts off in the middle of the night. This has most likely happened to you, and if not, you’re one of the few fortunate ones. If this does happen…Read more

3 Signs it’s Time to Replace Your Air Conditioner

Owning a home comes with many enjoyable freedoms such as landscape design and architectural updates. Homeownership does, however, offer its fair share of responsibilities. Thankfully, you’re A/C system will send out numerous signals if the health of your system is…Read more

HVAC Manufacturers Announce Price Increases Coming in 2022

A simple walk down your local grocery aisles will yield today’s truth: everyday items are in short supply and rising in price. The same economic truth further applies to the HVAC industry, which has been battling supply chain issues and labor shortages since the break of the COVID epidemic in 2020. Many HVAC manufacturers…Read more

RGF® Environmental Group Study: REME HALO Inactivates SARS-CoV-2 by 99.9%

Port of Palm Beach, Florida (October 26, 2020) – RGF® Environmental Group, Inc., a leading environmental design and manufacturing company, has released the results of a third-party study that reveal REME HALO® efficacy of 99.9% against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, commonly known as the coronavirus 2019 or COVID-19. Commencing in March 2020, the study was overseen by Dr…Read more