With the arrival of spring in our great state of Florida, most heating needs are complete, at least until next winter. While springtime may not bring the insufferably high heat of summer, it does ramp up the humidity along with the return of higher temperatures. Humidity is not only a threat to the comfort level in your home, but it is also taxing on HVAC systems designed to remove it if not fit for the job.
As Spring rolls into Central Florida and warm temperatures return, it’s time to start considering ways to maintain your home and HVAC unit during our humid warmer months. One thing you can do to protect both your roof and your HVAC unit is to consider installing a solar attic fan.
There's good mold, and then there's bad mold.
Molds are the “bleu” in bleu cheese and Roquefort. Molds improve our wine. They produce penicillin and antibiotics and are used widely in the food and beverage industry. Without mold and mold's decaying mechanism, the natural environment would be overwhelmed with large amounts of dead organic matter.
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