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Controlling Humidity

In Florida, the humidity is often worse than the heat. When your employees step inside the office each day, they want to be greeted with a blast of cool, dry air. Not only do the benefits of controlling humidity include

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Ventilation and Coronavirus

As coronavirus continues to remain at the forefront of everyone’s mind, many have begun to wonder just how this airborne virus can spread. Is simply standing six feet away enough to stop the spread? New research has shown that it

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Battling Sick Building Syndrome

If it seems like your employees are constantly sick, you could be battling sick building syndrome. Sick building syndrome is often a result of poor ventilation and HVAC maintenance that results in your employees suffering from health problems. All Temp,

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What You Need to Know About Ventilation

Air conditioning repair Kissimmee is about more than just keeping your commercial business space at a comfortable temperature; you also need to consider whether or not your space is properly ventilated. Whether you are installing, repairing, replacing, or maintaining your

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Spring Cleaning for Your Commercial HVAC

As springtime comes around, cleaning your HVAC should be the first thing on your to-do list. Living in Florida, we all know that no one can survive the incoming heat waves without their AC functioning properly. Now imagine your store’s

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Is Your HVAC Unit Making Employees Sick?

Have you ever noticed that the moment one person in your office gets sick, every single person in your office falls ill shortly after? This could be due to sick building syndrome — a lovely way to say that poor

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Is There Mold in Your Commercial HVAC System?

Mold often hides in plain sight. It’s right there on your commercial HVAC unit, but without routine maintenance, you may never notice it. Breathing in mold can be a huge health hazard, so All Temp, your experts in air conditioning

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Is a Rooftop Unit Right for Your Commercial Needs?

When deciding on a new commercial HVAC unit, the first thing you need to figure out is where you’re going to put the unit. Are you going to redesignate the stock closet? Get rid of those corner cubicles? Space is

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Get a Commercial HVAC Inspection Before You Buy

Your business is growing, and you’re sick of dealing with building managers. You’ve decided to buy a commercial space that gives you full control over the property. You’ve considered the mortgage and are ready to sign the lease, but have

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Refrigerant Leaks

It’s pretty simple — you want your commercial HVAC unit to cool your business. Refrigerant is largely responsible for this; refrigerant evaporates in the coil of your unit, removing heat from the air and cooling your business. A refrigerant leak

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