July 20th, 2020
You’re going to spend more time indoors this summer than you usually do. This not only means it’s essential that you have a powerful and reliable air conditioning system to get you through the season, but you’ll also need to pay greater attention to the quality of the air circulating around your house. Chances are your indoor air quality is much worse than it should be. Although you can have air filtration systems help out to catch larger particles, for smaller pollutants you may need to look into air purifiers in Wesley Chapel, FL.
July 6th, 2020
We know your central AC in Wesley Chapel, FL is already hard at work—the summer weather has already been with us for a few weeks, and now that it’s July we are full into the summer heat and humidity.
Now … did you remember to schedule professional maintenance for your air conditioning system in spring?
If you’re suddenly thinking, “Oh no, I forgot!” or you’re wondering, “Wait, I need to do that every year?” we’re glad we reminded you. It’s not too late to schedule your AC maintenance with our team. Sign up for our Premier Service Agreement and we’ll get you on the schedule right away. Not only will you receive the necessary inspection and tune-up for your air conditioning system, but you’ll also get bonuses such as priority scheduling for repairs and no overtime charges.
June 22nd, 2020
People are understandably concerned about the quality of the air in their homes today. The air circulating through your HVAC system and through vents can pick up numerous contaminants, including harmful bacteria, viruses, and germs. These pollutants will continue to circulate through the rooms of your house unless something is done to remove them.
You do have options to improve your air quality and purify the air of many of the most harmful contaminants in it. There are various filters and air purifiers available. But if you want to eliminate airborne bacteria and viruses, we recommend you talk to us about installing a UV light air purifier.
June 8th, 2020
Your air conditioning system contains two fans, both of which are essential for it to provide your home with cool comfort during a Florida summer. The first fan is the indoor fan, the one you hear whirring through most of the day. This fan is responsible for circulating air through the rooms of the house. It also pushes warm air from the return air ducts over the evaporator coil so the air is cooled down. The outdoor fan does the job of exhausting the heat released through the condenser coil to the outside; if it doesn’t work, the AC can’t remove heat from the indoor air.
Because these fans are busy mechanical devices, they can wear down and fail at some point. Regular maintenance can help to head off this problem, but it can’t stop all malfunctions. At some point, you may discover one of the fans isn’t running and your house is rapidly getting hot. Usually, you will need air conditioning repair in Tampa, FL to get the fan working again.
Below are some of the reasons you may have failed AC fans.
May 25th, 2020
Many homes in Florida were built without ductwork, coming from a time when central air conditioning wasn’t as common as it is today. For these homes, the best way to enjoy cool air from an AC is from window units. You know them: large, boxy objects fit into an available window, with the large compressor section outside to release the heat drawn from the inside air. When window ACs were first introduced back in the 1950s, they were a revolution in making cooling available for houses.
Today, however, we have to be honest: window units have many problems—and with the availability of ductless mini split systems, they aren’t the only way to have cooling in homes without ducts. We recommend you make installing a ductless system to replace those window ACs as your next air conditioning services in New Port Richey, FL.
May 11th, 2020
We are proud to be a Port Richey, FL air conditioning company that offers ductless mini split installation, repair, maintenance, and other services. The technology of ductless mini splits (a.k.a. ductless mini split heat pumps) is relatively new to homes in the US, although they’re already popular in many businesses. As more people discover the advantages of having ductless heating and cooling systems, the more people want them installed for their homes.
But going ductless isn’t ideal for all situations. If you live in a house with extensive ductwork for an existing central AC and heater, a ductless heat pump usually isn’t the best choice for system replacement—you’ll want to benefit the most from having a ventilation system already in place. However, there are still situations when having a ductless mini split is a good idea. Below we’ve listed times when going ductless has big advantages.
April 27th, 2020
Times are a bit rough when it comes to arranging for important home services. As we move into summer and Florida heat continues to climb, our air conditioners are going to be points of major concern. What happens if your AC malfunctions, or breaks down entirely? Can you try to fix it yourself, or is there a shortcut with an amateur who promises to get it fixed for a low cost?
The answer to the first question is “probably not,” and to the second question is a solid “no.”
(As a reminder, we’re still open and here to help with 24-hour emergency air conditioning repair in Wesley Chapel, FL and the rest of the Tampa Bay Area. You don’t have to search hard for the help you need.)
April 24th, 2020
Are you concerned about a broken air conditioning system in the Florida heat while you still have to maintain social distancing? We understand, and so we’re now offering a virtual diagnostic service to help you. For the low cost of $29, you can receive a virtual diagnostic from our qualified technicians. You can connect with a technician through Zoom, Facetime, or any other program you would like. Call or send a message if you have any questions about this service.
We are still available for 24-hour repair service for major air conditioning emergencies. We take the health and well-being of our customers and team members seriously!
Balanced Air, Inc. has served the Tampa Bay Area since 1988.
April 21st, 2020
Balanced Air Inc. is a family-owned air conditioning contractor serving the Tampa bay area since 1988. Our core mission is to maintain high standards of integrity and ethics. The health and well-being of our team members and customers are extremely important to us.
We are excited to offer Virtual Diagnostics! Our qualified technicians will try to diagnose any issue you are having with your AC system for the low cost of $29. Contact us for more information or to schedule a Virtual Diagnostic!
We are still taking coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously as is our entire community and nation. Balanced Air has implemented a COVID-19 Policy for our staff to follow.
- All team members are urged to follow CDC guidelines
- Team members are to wash and sanitize hands frequently
- Team members are to stay home if they are not feeling well
- Team members will refrain from shaking hands during this time
- We will gladly accommodate any customer who is not comfortable signing our iPad
We encourage all our customers who are well to keep their appointments, and respect customers who are ill or high risk and wish to reschedule. We ask all customers to respect the health and safety of our team and community. Should you be experiencing any symptoms, please contact our office right away to reschedule.
As we continue to monitor the situation, further communications may follow. Please contact us if you have any questions.
April 11th, 2020
We know that summer may feel like it’s still a long way off, but it pays to make plans for hotter weather when it comes to your air conditioner. This is especially true in Florida, where the summer weather sets in early, with hardly much in the way of transitional spring weather. It’s not too early to talk about trouble you may have with your air conditioner when it starts putting in the long hours in the middle of the year.
Modern air conditioning systems are complex refrigeration devices, so there is plenty that can go wrong with them. Fortunately, they’re designed to be reliable as long as their well-maintained. But even the best maintenance cannot prevent all potential problems. Below, we’ve listed five of the more common AC problems you may encounter this summer.