Humidity level and indoor air quality are just as important to your whole-home comfort as simply making your house cooler.

Let us help make your home as comfortable as possible.


Florida is known for its high humidity and simply cooling your house will not always make it comfortable. There are many ways to combat the high humidity. For existing systems, making sure the fan speed is set correctly and the freon level is correct can help lower indoor humidity levels.

Newer systems are also more efficient than ever at removing humidity. With variable speed fan motors and whole-home dehumidification settings, these systems can keep your home humidity level low and keep you at your most comfortable.

We also offer whole-home dehumidifiers that can be installed with existing systems. These can remove between 70-150 pints per day from your home and are perfect for keeping your home comfortable on days where cooling is not necessary, but humidity is still high.

Programmable Thermostats

As well as helping reduce energy costs, programmable thermostats can help make your home more comfortable. With different time settings, you can program different temperatures for when you are asleep and awake. They can also switch automatically between heat and cool as needed, keeping you at your perfect comfort level, regardless of what the outside weather is.

Indoor Air Quality

Do you have asthma, allergies or just want to make sure your family is breathing the cleanest air possible? We offer multiple brands of UV purifier lights. These lights are installed in your ductwork and clean up to 99% of viruses and bacteria  (including Swine Flu, Candida, Bird Flu, Norwalk, Listeria, MRSA, E. Coli, Bacillus sp, and Strep) as well as eliminating pet, smoke and cooking odors. With modern homes being tighter and better insulated it is more important than ever to make sure all the air in your home is clean and fresh and your family is their healthiest.

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