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In your home, airflow is an exceptionally important aspect of comfortable living. When air sits in the same spot all day, rooms become stuffy, and it’s not too fun to be inside of. What can happen however, are a few changes in your home’s positioning and a number of tips that can ultimately help airflow get back to normal. With this comes added comfort, and less expenses on cooling costs throughout the year! Take a look below at how you can make a change.

Duct Cleaning

One more time for everyone in the back: Have your ducts cleaned! Through buildup from dust and other particles, airflow can be compromised, which can lead to inefficient cooling, as well as impaired airflow. A simple call to your Air Conditioning installer or service technician can alleviate this issue and get your home back up and running in no time.


Sometimes, we neglect our fans when the A/C is on, but this can be counterproductive to what we want to do! In order to keep the air moving around freely, sometimes turning your ceiling fan on to the lowest setting can be a huge asset in keeping your home cool and free of stale air. Simply turn it on, or place a standalone fan in the corner of a room and let it recirculate the air that might be standing a bit still. This is great during those humid days when you need a boost in cool airflow.

Schedule A Service

An older, failing unit can be indicative of poor airflow, and sometimes it takes a tune-up or an inspection to diagnose the problem. If you’re feeling as if your airflow has dropped off lately, it might be good to just make a proactive call to make sure everything is running correctly.

Air conditioning doesn’t have to be hard. To learn more about how we can help you, visit our website any time We are also open 24/7 to ensure our customers are always comfortable. To learn more about how we can help you stay cool, call us at 561-395-1500 or like us on Facebook!

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