Downtown Air and Heat Blog : Archive for October, 2015

Does Your Commercial Air Conditioner Need Repair?

Monday, October 26th, 2015

If you have a commercial space in Orlando, you know how important it is to keep it comfortable for your employees and customers. We are still in need of good air conditioning, so it is important to be aware of the signs that something may be amiss with your commercial AC. Not sure of what those signs are? Here are some of the common our commercial HVAC professionals tell customers to stay aware of:

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Does Your Thermostat Need an Upgrade?

Monday, October 19th, 2015

As we head into fall, you may find your current thermostat lacking, especially if it is a dial or slide type of thermostat. It is very hard to achieve the control you need with an outdated thermostat like these, but there is a solution: allow the HVAC experts from Downtown Air and Heat to upgrade your thermostat. You may not think an updated thermostat has all that much to offer, but let us show you how a new thermostat can help with both your cooling and heating in Orlando.

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Is Your Air Conditioner at the End of Its Tenure?

Monday, October 12th, 2015

As summer winds down here in Orlando, you may have come to realize that your current AC may not have another cooling season in it. However, this can be hard to admit if the unit is still running and providing you with at least some relief from the heat. However, just because your air conditioner is running doesn’t mean it is running well or that it isn’t time for replacement. Here are some key factors to weigh when deciding whether or not it is time to upgrade to a new AC before next cooling season:

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Why Would I Need Duct Sanitizing?

Monday, October 5th, 2015

Your ductwork takes in a lot of unwanted particles, from sizable debris like dust balls to microscopic organisms like pollen. This can make your ductwork a breeding ground for growths like mold and mildew, or an inviting home for insects and/or animals. Dust and dirt can be fairly easily cleaned from your system when professionals do the work, but once you have biological growth or unwanted guests, you may need more than cleaning – you may need sanitizing. And if you do, you’ll want trained experts, like the ones from Downtown Air and Heat, handling the work.

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