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Summer 2024 Referral Sweepstakes

This exciting program for our loyal customers who refer American Air & Plumbing runs throughout the summer months of May, June, and July, with a final Grand Prize – Pair of Kayaks!  Here’s how it works: Any product or service you have purchased with American Air & Plumbing starting May 1, 2024 until July 31, 2024, you’ll receive a text/email invitation to share a referral. 

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Spring Cleaning for Your HVAC System: Why It’s Important

As the spring season arrives, many homeowners focus on decluttering and tidying up their living spaces. However, one area that often gets overlooked during spring cleaning is the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) system. Cleaning air ducts, replacing filters, and scheduling professional inspections are important parts of your spring maintenance to ensure optimal performance and indoor air quality. Cleaning Air Ducts: Over time, dust,

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Which HVAC system is the best? Trane vs. Daikin

Considering a new air conditioner involves a multitude of factors to ponder: from deciding whether to opt solely for cooling or to integrate heating functionalities, to determining preferences for a programmable thermostat and estimating installation costs. Additionally, exploring avenues for cost-saving measures and evaluating various brands becomes crucial. Trane and Daikin stand out for their superior products and overall excellence. While the climate tends to be

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Show Your AC Some Love!

3 Valentine’s Day treats for your HVAC system. Love is in the air, and as February unfolds, our thoughts turn to the sweet embrace of Valentine’s Day. While you may be planning romantic gestures for your special someone, have you considered showing some love to an unsung hero in your life – your HVAC unit? After all, it tirelessly worked to keep you cozy during

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The Countdown to Change: Upgrade Your HVAC System Before the government Mandate Hits

As we approach the dawn of 2025, a significant shift is looming on the horizon for residential and commercial HVAC systems, and many people are unaware of the upcoming shift to low-GWP refrigerants. The government mandate, set to take effect on January 1, 2025, will mark the phasing out of current HVAC refrigerants, such as 410-a and 454B. This mandate aims to combat climate change

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5 Tips to Optimizing HVAC Systems for Florida

As winter descends upon the Sunshine State, Floridians are greeted with milder temperatures and a welcome break from the scorching summer heat. While snowbirds may flock to warmer climates, those of us fortunate to call Florida home understand that the winter season still requires some adjustments, even for our HVAC systems.  In this blog, we’ll delve into 5 Tips to optimize your HVAC system to

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Winterizing Your Pool

As winter approaches in the Sunshine State, Florida homeowners are accustomed to enjoying milder temperatures. While the winter chill may not be as severe as in some other parts of the country, it’s essential for pool owners to consider the impact of cooler weather on their beloved aquatic retreats.  Winterizing your pool plumbing system is a crucial step in ensuring that your pool remains in

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Top 5 Reasons to Prioritize Air Duct Cleaning and Replacement This Fall

Although we enjoy mild winters in South Florida, issues with your ducts can still lead to increased energy expenses, reduced longevity of your air handling equipment, and challenges in maintaining consistent comfort throughout your home. To ensure efficiency and comfort, it’s wise to schedule routine ductwork inspections by HVAC professionals every few years and promptly address any needed repairs. Here are 5 reasons to prioritize

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8 Essential Tips for AC Hurricane Protection

As of July 1, The National Ocean Atmospheric Association released its 2023 Atlantic hurricane season predicting 12-17 storms this year, which runs until Nov. 1, including 5-9 hurricanes and 1-4 category 3+ storms in the forecast. Florida homeowners know that preparation is key to safeguarding their property. While most of us focus on securing doors, and windows, and stocking up on essentials, one critical aspect

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