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Aug 29, 2022 | Blog

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Air & Energy Newsletter 2022




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Grateful for a Successful Pet Food Drive




Thank you to everyone who contributed to our pet food drive for Humane Society of Manatee County’s pet food pantry! It warms our hearts to know that every bag donated will be filling the belly of a much-loved family pet in our community who might otherwise go hungry or be surrendered to a shelter.

We’re so grateful to our community partners who came together to help with this event. Thank you to MCF, The Center of AMI, and The Manatee Chamber of Commerce for serving as additional drop-off locations and helping us get the message out about the pet food drive!

We’ll continue collecting donations of sealed cat and dog food through August 31st.






Speaking to Future HVAC Techs



Future HVAC Techs

Stewart & Ryan made their way over to speak to the HVAC class at Manatee Technical College this month. We’re grateful to be involved in the education of the next generation of HVAC techs! Keep up the great work, guys. 🌟



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Future HVAC Techs



From the Blog:
Reasons HVAC Systems Lose Efficiency



Nando with Trane Air Conditioning Unit

Here in Florida, summer can be a little intense. The extreme heat and humidity put our air conditioning units through a lot of stress while they work almost constantly to cool our homes. It’s normal for our electric bills to spike in summer as A/C units are forced to run more frequently, but outdoor heat is not the only thing that can cause your air conditioning to lose efficiency. Here we’ll go over other reasons HVAC systems lose efficiency and may be costing more in utility bills than it should be… [Read More]



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Exciting Anniversaries



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Kim has been an integral part of our team for an incredible 13 years! Thank you Kim for all that you do!



August Birthdays




Happy August birthday to 3 awesome A/C install extraordinaires:
Doug, Michael, and Jon!





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