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What to Do When Your AC Breaks Down

Life without air conditioning in the summertime is every Floridian’s worst nightmare. When an air conditioner breaks down at the hottest time of the year, it feels like a curse. However, an AC breakdown does not have to be the

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AC Noises You Should and Shouldn’t Worry About

Air conditioners work hard to regulate building temperatures (especially in Florida), and they make many types of noises in the process. There are some sounds that should cause concern, but there are just as many that are just signs that

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How to Tell if You Need a New Ice Maker

Industrial ice makers are built to last and typically don’t come with too many moving parts. Like any piece of equipment, there will eventually come a time when you need to replace your ice machine. These machines show a few

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Essential Equipment for Opening a Bakery

Starting a business involves a significant amount of planning, and one of the most important things to know is what items you will need. For a bakery, the equipment needed goes far beyond the needs of a home kitchen. Ideally,

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What Happens When an AC Unit is Installed Incorrectly

Installation of complicated equipment like HVAC systems should always be done by professionals. However, not all professional companies are created equal. Some cut corners to offer less expensive rates, and not all stay up-to-date on their licenses. When an AC

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How Often Should You Clean Your Air Ducts?

Clean air ducts keep your air conditioning system running smoothly and improve air quality. If no contaminants, pests or other concerns are present in your air ducts, the recommended frequency of cleaning is every three to five years. However, in

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Making Your Commercial Freezer More Efficient

Commercial freezers work hard to keep food fresh for customers. Inefficient refrigeration systems cause food to spoil and drive up electric bills, both of which are bad for business. While scheduled maintenance is important, there are simple steps you can

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Causes of Frost in a Commercial Refrigerator

When frost develops in a commercial refrigeration system, food safety can be compromised. Each type of food is meant to be kept at a certain temperature. Any number of factors can cause frost to develop and accumulate, freezing food not

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What to Expect from a Commercial HVAC Inspection

Keeping the air conditioning system at your business running consistently is essential for many reasons, from staff comfort to keeping pests at bay. Getting your commercial HVAC unit inspected by a professional air conditioning repair company can keep things in

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Benefits of Upgrading Your HVAC System

Having an older air conditioning system in your home can quickly go from a minor annoyance to a serious burden. When outdated machinery stops functioning, even replacing parts can end up costing a fortune. After you’ve invested that money, the

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