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At American Air & Heat, your family’s health is, and will always be our top priority. We are taking steps to keep our team healthy and your family safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are doing all we can to keep our clients and team healthy by Reducing touch points and time in your home. Also all Technicians will be Wearing Floor Savers/Shoe Covers, Rubber Gloves, Masks at your request.
Rest assured, after each call we are disposing of those items in a sanitary fashion. We are continuously assessing the situation and working to make thoughtful decisions. We’ll move quickly to adapt appropriately as new information becomes available.
Weatherizing a Home or Business – Tip #1 Caulking
February 2, 2012
There are several simple do-it-yourself things you can do to weatherize your home or business. Anyone willing to put in a few extra hours and purchase a few minor supplies at your local hardware store can make a huge difference[Read More...]
Why Homes and Businesses Lose Heat in Central Florida?
January 6, 2012
Even though the weather throughout Central Florida over the past few months has been very mild, we still have about 6-8 weeks of potential cold weather this winter. When the weather gets cold, many residents living in older homes are[Read More...]
November 28, 2011
Most people would be surprised to learn that some everyday household items contaminate the air we breathe. These items include: pollen and spores, pet dander, human skin flakes, candle soot, infiltrating dust, viruses, bacteria, and fungi, radon gas, tobacco or[Read More...]
Considering a Ductless, Mini-Split Heat Pump?
November 16, 2011
In Florida, the need for ductless heat pumps is sometimes a necessity. A mini-split system can be a viable option when adding on to your home with “non-ducted” heating systems. These can include hydronic (hot water heat), radiant panels, and[Read More...]
IAQ Did you know?
October 31, 2011
DID YOU KNOW? In general, INDOOR air is two to five times more polluted than OUTDOOR air More than 15 million Americans are estimated to have asthma, including one in 13 school-age children Because children breathe faster than adults, children[Read More...]