3 Symptoms of a Malfunctioning Air Conditioner

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Homeowners are usually shocked when their air conditioner stops working, and while the signs of a malfunctioning unit aren’t always easy to spot, they do exist. Luckily, knowing and recognizing the symptoms of a faulty air conditioner can save your system from expensive repairs. To help you avoid a serious malfunction, we’ve listed three common… Read more »

Does Your Air Conditioner Need Refrigerant?

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Many HVAC problems are a result of obstruction or irregular maintenance, but sometimes the problems can be the chemicals inside of your unit. If you’ve noticed that something is stopping your house from cooling down like it used to, you might be low on refrigerant. How does refrigerant work? Refrigerant is a chemical that pulls… Read more »

House Donated for Firefighter Training

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Mid-Florida Heating and Air was featured in The Villages Daily Sun this past weekend! Our president, Kevin Lyons, donated a house to the Lake County Fire Rescue so they can use it for training purposes. Lt. Kraig Gilligan, lead training officer, was very grateful for this opportunity. Firefighters will be practicing skills like hose line… Read more »

Furnace Repair and Useful Initial Knowledge

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If you need furnace repair, it’s a good idea to be knowledgeable about your home furnace before the contractor arrives. You certainly don’t have to be experts on the subject, but contractors will almost always ask residents some questions related to their furnaces, and it helps to have answers. These contractors should be able to… Read more »

The Importance of Proper Gas Pressure

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There are numerous parts of a gas furnace that must be carefully synchronized and optimized in order for your heating to proceed efficiently. One of the most important considerations is the pressure of the incoming gas. If you would like to learn more about how gas pressure affects the overall performance of a furnace, read… Read more »