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How HVAC Warranties Work

With any large piece of equipment, you will want to make sure that you are covered in the event that it breaks down. A commercial HVAC system is full of moving parts, and there is a chance that some parts

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How Air Purifiers Work

Clean air is important for maintaining a good quality of life. Air purifiers can be a solution to air quality issues, especially for keeping allergens out of the air. However, if you don’t have preexisting allergies or breathing problems, your

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Is It Time to Replace Your Home’s AC?

Fortunately for Floridians, air conditioning units tend to last a long time. However, they do not last forever. While many Orlando air conditioning issues can be fixed with routine maintenance and repairs, eventually, it will be time for a replacement.

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Staying Warm During Florida Winter

Living in Florida, it often feels like the weather has a mind of its own. This is especially true in the winter months, when some days feel like winter is here to stay and other days feel like summer never

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How to Maintain the AC for You and Your Pets

As members of your family, your furry friends are always there to provide you with comfort and joy. Living with a pet can be rewarding, but sometimes that reward is not quite what you wanted — a dead critter, a

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Understanding Your Thermometer

You know how to change the temperature, but do you understand what each control on your thermostat means? All Temp can help you make the most out of your thermostat. Thermostat Types There are four common types of thermostats: mercury

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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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Does Your AC Sound Like It’s Dripping Water?

As the weather continues to grow hotter each day, you might notice that your HVAC unit is making a dripping noise. This sound, which can plague both residential and commercial air conditioning units, is an indication that at least one

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Air Filters: Reusable or Disposable

Have you ever wondered what the differences between reusable and disposable air filters are? At All Temp, air installation professionals located in St. Cloud, we can walk you through which filter is recommended for your system.  Costs Reusable air filters

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