Tenants want to live in a home that’s attractive and comfortable. That’s cool in the summer and warm in the winter. But who exactly is responsible for HVAC service and maintenance? Is it you (the landlord) or your tenant? Well, this is what today’s post aims to answer.Generally, landlords aren’t required to provide it as per the landlord-tenant laws, says Innovative Property Solutions. That’s because most jurisdictions consider air conditioning an amenity as opposed to a requirement under the Implied Warranty of Habitability laws.
On structures with central heating and air conditioning, ductwork is usually installed above the ceiling or beneath the floors. Ductwork is what moves the air and disperses it in every room through vents. A common question many people ask is: “can I keep my existing ductwork when I install a new HVAC Unit?” In most cases, the answer is yes; however, if the condition of your ductwork is suffering from one of the following issues, it likely needs to be replaced.
Charlie’s Tropic Heating and Air Conditioning is all about family. From our staff to our customers, if you’re not a member of Charlie’s family, he will always treat you like one. Speaking of family, one member of our team is definitely no exception. Amy O’Grady, our general manager, is not just a licensed HVAC contractor; she’s also Charlie’s daughter. Additionally, her husband Patrick is our service manager, making our team feel even more like a family. As a mom, there’s nothing more important to her than her family.
It’s always been our mission to assist the people in our community in every way possible. At Charlie’s Tropic Heating and Air Conditioning, we will install, service and repair HVAC systems from every manufacturer. Regardless if they’re new or old, big or small, we will do what it takes to provide our customers the quality service they deserve.While we can adapt to work on anything, there is one manufacturer we’ve been proudly working with for more than 20 years.
In Florida, having a properly functioning HVAC system isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. Floridians experience warm weather for most of the year, with summertime temperatures reaching into the 100’s. When you’re installing or upgrading your home’s HVAC system, it might seem better to purchase a unit that has more power than you really need. In fact, installing an HVAC unit that’s too large, or too small, can result in extreme consequences. It’s important that your system is a perfect match for the size of your home to avoid any issues.
There are quite a few issues that can arise within an air conditioning unit. One common problem we come across is the build up of ice on the pipes leading into the air handler. Unfortunately, a few things can cause this. To determine exactly what’s going on with your AC unit, calling the professionals at Charlie’s Tropic Heating and Air Conditioning is recommended. While the problem could be simple, it could also be complex and potentially hazardous to your health.
Working in the HVAC industry is no easy profession. The team at Charlie’s Tropic Heating and Air Conditioning works vigorously to ensure the satisfaction of every customer. When you work hard, it’s important to destress and clear your mind so you can begin each day refreshed. The one person on our team understands the significance of down time and enjoys every minute of it is Randy. What Frees Randy is the open Road.
Finding what makes you happy is truly what life is all about. For one of our employees, she found something she enjoys with an avid passion at a pretty young age. Beth Reagan-Colby, our customer relations manager, is the quintessential people person. She’s a natural when it comes to working with others. This trait is important for everyone on the Charlie’s Tropic team to possess, but even more so for our customer relations manager. What has helped Beth develop this skill stems directly from her favorite lifelong passion: hockey.
Water leaking from your indoor air conditioner is never a good sign. It usually means something isn’t operating properly. On a properly functioning unit, all water should be draining outdoors. A/C units come with built-in condensate lines and pans to catch any water that may leak in your home. If you’re experiencing any water leaking inside from your A/C unit, here are some possible solutions.
There are many possibilities as to why your air conditioning isn’t blowing out cold air. The first thing you should check is your indoor coil. The air filter is attached to the coil. Hopefully you’re familiar with it, because they require occasional replacement. If your current filter is dirty, this is likely the issue. Buildup on the filter restricts airflow, preventing cold air from flowing through into your home.