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Achoo! If you’re often suffering from different seasonal allergies in Florida, you probably just know how intensely they can affect your day-to-day life – from itchy and watery eyes, to constant sneezing, congestion, fatigue, and even trouble sleeping. How can you plan to make the most of the summer while avoiding the stress and discomfort that allergies bring? Plus, what even causes them in the first place? Read on for the basics of surviving summer allergies in Florida – and how Extra Air and Heat can help. Read More
If you’re a Florida resident, inching towards summertime means preparing for soaring temperatures and rising humidity levels. How can you best soak in all the summer fun while also beating the heat? Extra Air and Heat, your top resource for Palm Coast heating and air, has a few tips for you. Read on for a few of our favorite ways to keep cool and carry on throughout the upcoming season! Read More
Though Florida enjoys a tropical climate most of the year, it can become especially oppressive during the hot summer months. During this time, air conditioning systems run harder than any other time of the year, which places an unprecedented strain on their functionality and health. Because of this, it is important to follow some very important steps before cranking up the air conditioning in your Daytona Beach home! Before diving into the health of your Daytona Beach air conditioning, make sure your thermostat is set to off with the temperature turned to a high setting, something around 80 degrees. Now, let’s take a look together at some important indoor and outdoor equipment! Read More
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