Fall is Here. It’s Time to Check Your Heater.

Fall is finally here after a scorching summer and all-too-active hurricane season. The first cold front is only weeks away. Is your A/C System ready to heat your home? Since most homes in our part of Florida utilize air-cooled split systems or package units, the most common supplemental heat source is an electric heating element, …

Which Thermostat Is Right for Me?

Question: There are so many Thermostats to choose from. Which Thermostat is right for Me? Answer: Before you select a new Thermostat, you need to determine two things: Type of Air Conditioning System and Desired Features. Type of Air Conditioning System: This is very important. The type of Air Conditioning System installed in your home …

HVAC Heating Tips for Florida Winters

Question: It’s rarely cold in Florida but how do I heat my home on those chilly days? Yes, it’s a rarity here in Florida for conditions get chilly enough to heat your home. However, your AC System needs to have a way to effectively heat your home in such occasions. For homes with air-cooled split …

Safety Tips For Heating Options In Your Home

When the weather gets colder, people need to start using their heat. It is important to understand the heating options you have for your home. With the Florida weather getting colder, many people are utilizing their heat. Whether you have an HVAC system or portable heater, you should always think about safety. In the blink …

Identifying Common Heating Repair Issues

Identifying heating repair issues is very important. AC Today is specialized in heating repair and can assist you with your service. At some point in time, we all end up dealing with heating repair issues. That is why it is important to become aware of common heating issues you may face. For many homeowners with …

Have You Had your Heating System Inspected Lately?

Have you ever had a car sit in your garage for a year and never use it? Then when you need to use it, you start it up expecting it to work properly without any issues. This is the same scenario for your heating unit. If you let it sit all year without turning it …