General Air Conditioning & Heating Related Articles
Posted: June 3, 2016
Brevard County is on the cusp of a typical hot and sticky Florida summer, and that means it’s time for homeowners across the region to get on a few household tasks that will ensure the highest level of comfort and savings this cooling season.
The U.S. Department of Energy likes to remind us that heating and cooling the typical American...
Posted: January 25, 2016
If you’ve lived in Florida long, you know that your air conditioner runs nearly nonstop from May through October. Taking into consideration the rare cold snap when temperatures dip below 70 degrees, that’s about 3,500 hours of operation over the course of a single cooling season. If your air conditioner were a car driving at 50 miles...
Posted: November 13, 2015
Brevard Cooling and Heating, Inc., provides thousands of Cocoa residents yearly with our Service Agreements. Our customers find that having a Service Agreement with Brevard Cooling and Heating, Inc. gives them peace of mind knowing they don’t have to worry about break downs.
Brevard Cooling and Heating of Cocoa, Florida specializes in...
Posted: November 13, 2015
Brevard County residents know all about the suffering that comes with high humidity: The sticky skin, the labored breathing, the impossibility of getting dry once you step out of the shower. The driest period for our region is mid-April, when the relative humidity is below 75 percent three out of four days, and the highest period is mid-August...
Posted: November 3, 2015
It happens every year. Brevard County’s sticky summer heat turns to mild autumn days, and emergency A/C repairs are no longer keeping our technicians on their toes and putting in overtime. It’s the slow time, folks! It’s a short window, but it’s one that can save you a bundle on a new A/C system if you’re in the...
Posted: October 25, 2015
The sweltering Florida heat is giving way to more temperate weather here in Brevard County, and that means it’s time to start thinking about a fall air conditioner tune-up, especially if you didn’t have your system tuned up last spring.
The U.S. Department of Energy likes to point out that a neglected air conditioner typically costs...
Posted: August 14, 2015
August in Florida feels like taking a hot bath in the tropics. Its muggy, oppressive heat saps your energy, and you can work up a healthy sweat simply stepping outside to check the mail. Perhaps the worst part about the heat is the exorbitant electric bills that result from running your air conditioner at full blast 24/7. According to the...
Posted: July 22, 2015
If you are thinking about replacing your HVAC system, it’s always a good idea to have a conversation with your HVAC technician, who can help you navigate all the considerations that must be weighed before making this investment. When you are thinking about this or that type of model, be sure you investigate how systems outfitted with the...
Posted: July 20, 2015
If you frequent the sauna at the gym, you know exactly what life without air conditioning would be like in Florida. How the early settlers in Brevard County managed to do anything but lie around lethargically fanning themselves is a mystery, but happily, times have changed, and a house without an air conditioner is about as common in our state...
Posted: April 21, 2015
Florida’s hot and humid summers stress the mental and physical state of residents throughout Brevard County. When the temperatures start to rise, you need an AC unit that answers the bell and provides cool, comforting air in your home or business. What happens with the air conditioner fails? Do you know who you’ll turn to for...
Posted: January 29, 2015
Choosing the best air conditioner unit is not easy and we are here to help. Below are some tips to remember before you buy.
Choose the right A/C company.
An air conditioner unit is not like that appliance you un-box and plug into the wall. There are so many variables and engineered specifications the company must do right, for your unit to...
Posted: January 23, 2015
Is your filter dirty? The number one cause of failure and breakdown to an air conditioning unit is a dirty air filter. These particles are composed of hair, dust, chemicals, pet dander, bacteria, mold, and other allergens. They begin to effect the systems electrical components creating poor air flow. As particles and infectious agents start to...
Posted: January 9, 2015
There are different types on solar products available for air conditioning units. The two main products are solar PV panels and solar assisted tubes. Both are designed to save us money:
1) A solar PV (Photovoltaics) panel uses the suns energy to create electricity. When these panels are put onto an A/C system the electricity that is being...