Celebrating 50 years this year-Thank you for your business & Trust in our Company

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When local residents here on the Treasure Coast face an HVAC emergency or have questions about home comfort and energy savings, we’re happy to provide superior service and expert advice. We realize, of course, that we can’t talk with everyone in person! That’s why we’re starting a blog for local homeowners, with advice on home heating and air conditioning issues, useful energy-efficiency tips and more.

Ever wonder why your home is cold in some rooms and hot in others? Or why your energy bills seem high? Are you concerned about carbon monoxide and other contaminants in your indoor air? We can help answer these and many other questions. Over the next few months, we’ll talk about a variety of HVAC topics, including:

  • Air conditioning repair or replace – Is this the year for a new A/C? Or does it make more financial sense to repair your existing unit? Learn how to make your decision.
  • Ceiling fans – Make your A/C more efficient, save on energy bills and be more comfortable with ceiling fans. We’ll explain.
  • Your home’s cooling load – Find out what it is and why it’s important here.
  • Refrigerant huffing – Protect kids and teens with safety caps to prevent any possibility of this dangerous activity.
  • And many more.

For almost 40 years in business, we’ve gained lots of experience with all aspects of home comfort. In our opinion, the best way for homeowners to stay comfortable, avoid costly repairs and reduce energy bills is to learn to choose and maintain their systems so that they get the best performance possible, for the longest time.

A well-maintained system can save up to 30 percent in energy costs each year. Other factors, including proper sizing and installation of equipment, can also save significant money on operating and maintenance of your system. So remember — knowledge is power!

If you’d like to know more about your HVAC system, visit us here each week to find information to help you take care of the equipment that takes care of you every day. Check out the NisAir Air Conditioning and Heating website for more information.