Archive for the ‘Air Filter’ Category

Feelin’ Hot! Hot! Hot!

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Sometimes in the summer months, you might be wishing you weren’t living in the Sunshine State, as Florida summers can be blistering hot and humid. Everyone knows that the summers can be sweltering and sweaty; so people try and find new and innovative ways to beat the heat in Jacksonville. There are plenty of beaches, water bodies and water-based amusement parks in and around Jacksonville for you to spend your summers in. Apart from air conditioned shopping malls and the theater, there are abundant water games, slides and coves for families with young children to … read more »

How Often Should I Replace My Air Filter?

Home Air Filter Replacement

When you’re living in Florida, you need to be prepared for the summer months. You have to get rid of all the heavy draperies from your windows, all the rugs from the floors and open up your doors and windows to get rid of the damp and heavy winter air. Summer is here – it is time to enjoy the sun. In addition to a bit of cleaning to rid your home of any dampness that has settled in over the winter, you will also want to have your HVAC system serviced. It would have … read more »

Are All Air Filters Created Equal?

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Indoor air quality is often quite poor. We may not realize that our chronic sinus headache or our ongoing respiratory trouble is due entirely to the terrible conditions within our home and sleeping areas. Fortunately, all kinds of air filters are available, and are even commonly included as part of our home air conditioning and heating units.

Should I Be Concerned About Indoor Air Quality?

If you haven’t given much thought to the quality of the indoor air you and your family are breathing, then it’s time that you do. Although it may seem as if outdoor air is far more likely to be polluted by chemicals, allergens, debris, and other undesirable elements, it’s important to understand that nothing could be further from the truth. Studies show that the air people breathe in their own home and office areas can actually be up to 2-5 times dirtier than outside air in major industrial areas. There isn’t just one issue responsible … read more »