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Do I Need a Whole Home Humidifier?

Dry air in a confined area can cause significant respiratory issues and increase many of the symptoms of allergies, especially during the cold winter months. When dry air is continually supplied in the home, it can eventually draw most of the stored moisture away from porous fabrics and materials including furniture, woodwork, pianos, wood floors, doors and trim. When the air is dry, the temperature in the room will feel much colder than in humidified rooms. Sometimes the best solution for dry air is to install a whole home humidifier. The Level of Humidity Installed … read more »

How Much Water Do You Use in a Day?

You’d be surprised at the amount of water that you use during an average day at home. According to research provided by the Down the Drain Project, the average American uses between 80 to 100 gallons a day. That’s a lot. The more water you use in your home, the more damage you’re doing to the environment and the more money you’re wasting. There are ways that you can reduce your water usage at home to ensure you’re doing what you can to protect the environment and your wallet. Here are a few helpful hints … read more »

Snyder is a Proud New Dealer for York Heating & Air Conditioning

Snyder Company Heating & Air Conditioning is proud to announce their new partnership with M & A Supply Company and York Heating & Air Conditioning. Snyder Company will now be a full service dealer of York Heating & Air Conditioning products and equipment. York  products from Johnson Controls, Inc.,  include energy-efficient, residential central air-conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces and accessories and innovative light-commercial, packaged heating and cooling systems marketed through a national distribution network and delivered to home- and building-owners through qualified York heating and cooling dealers. As winter approaches, Snyder and York would like to remind … read more »

Congratulations to the Team of Snyder Heating and Air

  Snyder Heating and Air Conditioning Earns Coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award Award reflects businesses’ consistently high level of customer service Snyder Heating and Air Conditioning has been awarded the prestigious 2011 Angie’s List Super Service Award, an honor bestowed annually on approximately 5 percent of all the businesses rated on the nation’s leading provider of consumer reviews on local service and health providers.

How Can I Reduce Heating & Cooling Costs?

Want an ideal way to utilize less energy and lower your energy bills? There’s a secret that Snyder Heating & Air Conditioning is happy to share with you. Insulation. In fact, it’s been reported that insulating your Jacksonville, Florida, home can save you 45-55% on your energy costs. If you’re looking to save money and cut costs on your energy bill, there is nothing that’s more effective.

Questions to Ask before Installing an Air-Conditioning System

It’s hard fact of life – air conditioners do not last forever. The upside? Replacing your old system with a new one will save you more money that you thought. Efficiency has improved a lot since that old hunk of metal and noise was first installed in your back yard. The right air conditioning system is wholly dependent on your family’s needs. Here are three essential questions you should ask your contractor prior to installation: 1. How will the new air conditioner be sized? The proper way to size heating and cooling systems is to … read more »

The Benefits of Programmable Thermostats

Attention homeowners! Are you looking for a way to save on energy costs even in the hot Jacksonville, Florida summer? Programmable thermostats have become vastly popular due to the energy savings, improved comfort, convenience and cost. It does not seem like much – a thermostat to measure the temperate controls in your home. However, with the new advances in technology, a thermostat is so much more than a thermostat. Why Choose a Programmable Thermostat? Easy to use and moderately inexpensive, the return on investment for a programmable thermostat makes it an essential staple in any … read more »

Prepare Your AC Unit for Hurricane Season


The 2011 Florida hurricane season is expected to be one of the worst we’ve seen in five years. Philip Klotzbach and William Gray of the Colorado State University’s Tropical Meteorology Project estimates that there will be 17 named storms, which include nine hurricanes and five major hurricanes of Category 3 or higher. Now is the time to prepare your Florida home, including your air-conditioning unit. It only takes one storm to create the havoc and destruction that will destroy your property, your financial stability, and your sanity. Here are some helpful hints to ensure your … read more »

Increasing the Value of your Home with Energy Upgrades

Did you know that your central heat and air conditioner is responsible for as much as half of the energy consumed in your home? Many homeowners do not realize how important it is when choosing new central heat and air conditioning system. Homeowners need to focus on efficiency, rather than just choosing any system for their home. Following a few steps bellow can help you decide whether your home` s central heat and air conditioner needs to be evaluated by a JEA pre-qualified contractor. Do some of your rooms seem too hot or too cold? … read more »