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How Often Should I Get My AC Tuned Up?

  As a Florida resident, you live for that invigorating first step indoors during the summer months. You know that moment I am talking about – you open your front door to a rejuvenating blast of cold air as you abandon the heat for your air-conditioned home. Imagine losing that relief from the heat if […]

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How Do I Know If My Home Is Properly Insulated?

So, your home is weatherproofed, your heating and cooling systems are running smoothly, but the temperature in your house is never quite right. If this sounds familiar, your home may not be properly insulated. “How do I know if my home is properly insulated?” you ask? The experts at Freedom Air are here to share […]

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Easy Ways to Keep Your HVAC Running Smoothly

In many ways, your HVAC unit can be your best friend – sorry, Fido. Without it, the heat becomes unbearable during the warmer months, and colder temperatures turn your home into an Arctic tundra. It’s critical to keep your HVAC unit running smoothly year-round, but it’s not always super clear how to do that. Instead […]

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Condenser Unit 101

As a homeowner, it’s helpful to know the various parts of the things that help keep you and your family comfortable. Appliances like your furnace or your electrical panel are complicated, and the condenser unit for your central heating and air system isn’t any exception. For being something that doesn’t take up much space, it […]

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Preparing Your HVAC Unit for Winter

Your central heating unit is already prepped for colder temperatures — you took care of that a few weeks back when you got it ready for fall. However, you’re not totally out of the woods yet! Now that winter is just over the horizon, it’s time to adjust your preparation just a bit for the […]

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How to Keep Your Home Warm in the Fall

One of the more challenging aspects of fall is figuring out how to adjust your home’s comfort level while not breaking the bank. It’s time to start setting the thermostat higher, but that only leads to a more expensive energy bill each month. What can you do, then? It’s like you’re caught between a rock […]

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When Is the Best Time to Replace Insulation?

Insulation plays a key part in keeping your home at a comfortable temperature level all throughout the year. Without it, the harsher weather outside would seep indoors and affect you and your family, so it’s imperative that you pay close attention to it. Eventually it – like everything else – will need replacing. But that’s […]

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Should I Leave My Vents Open?

The struggle to figure out different ways to save money on energy bills is a creative exercise all its own. At the end of the day, we’re still presented with two choices: either suck it up and deal with the higher bills while still using the central AC and heating all the time – or […]

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Explaining a SEER Rating

Whether you’re in the market for a new AC unit or just curious about the specifics behind one, you’re likely to stumble across something called a SEER rating. You’ll notice this rating, which is indicated by a number on a bright yellow sticker somewhere on the unit, but you might not be too sure of what it means.

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Are AC Covers Necessary?

As we inch closer to the winter season and farther away from summer, the process of winterizing your heating and cooling system officially gets underway. While you check off all the boxes that normally accompany that transition, you may be considering some additional measures you don’t usually take. One of the questions we often get […]

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