For maximum life and energy efficiency of your air conditioning unit
your filters should be changed monthly (every 30 – 60 days.)
Order six (6) – premium poly media filters (up to 400 sq. in ea.) for $60.00 (includes shipping and handling)
Parts and labor required for mechanical breakdowns
will be billed at current retail prices unless covered by warranty.
Work specifically excluded from this agreement such as:
Coil Cleanings and common multiple drain or common multiple condensate line problems.
Replacing blown fuses, Resetting of circuit breakers.
Improper settings of thermostat or other controls and adjusting grills.
Replacing burned out disconnect
All work described above shall be performed during regular working hours which are from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday – Friday. Aloha reserves the right to charge overtime for work performed during periods other then regular working hours.
This contractor assumes no liability for operation of the equipment. Under no circumstances will this contractor be liable for subsequent or speculative damages, or injury due to the use or the failure of the air conditioning system.
This agreement is not intended to maintain indoor air quality.
No service will be rendered under this agreement if customer has past due account.
This Performance Tune-up agreement will automatically self renew by payment of the invoice from
year to year. Cancellation by either party requires a thirty- (30) day prior written notice.
A lot of people ask, “Does the UV light produce smells”. Well the answer is yes, some brands do for a short period of time after being newly installed. However, the brand we offer does not produce any noticeable smell after install.
The FRESH-AIRE UV light is installed in the duct-work of your central air system and is designed to help reduce odors, toxic chemical vapors, germs and mold in your home.
Detox the air in your home and protect you and your loved ones from:
How does the UV Light work?
By removing airborne contaminants as the air is circulated by the central HVAC system. Using a proprietary absorption media to capture VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) then reduces the captured constituents through an innovative photo-cytaltic oxidation process (PCO) which breaks them down into elemental carbon dioxide and water vapor.
Toxic airborne compounds are captured in the photo-catalytic carbon matrix
As odors and chemical contaminants circulate through your air handling system, the ultraviolet light unit utilizes a highly absorptive carbon media which captures these contaminants, removing them from the air stream, much like a sponge absorbs water.
The toxic molecules are broken down into simple water vapor and CO2
During the off cycles of the air handler the UV Light self-regenerating photo-catalytic oxidation process breaks down the captured contaminants and frees up the carbon cell to be able to capture additional airborne VOC’s and odors.
UV Light limits the spead of bio-contaminants like mold and viruses
In addition to the units system’s ability to absorb airborne VOCs, the UV light helps to maintain the cleanliness of your central ac system by shining on the duct-work, cooling coils, heat strips and blowers that are prone to biological growth that can contaminate and clog the system.
UV-C Light Kills Germs
For over a century scientists have known that certain frequencies of light have a devastating effect on microbial life. We now know that exposure to ultraviolet light in the range of 254 NM (UV-C band) disrupts the DNA of micro-organisms, thus preventing them from reproducing, thereby effectively killing them.
The Science of Clean Air
Over time mold can build up on cooling coils. this is a health risk that robs the air system of efficiency and requires cleaning with chemicals. The germicidal UV light inside kills mold and keeps the coil and air system interior clean.
Recent studies have shown that the level of invisible airborne organic chemical and odor contaminates in our indoor air is generally two to five times higher then the levels found outdoors. while some of these substances merely smell bad, others can be extremely harmful.
these contaminates, known as Volatile Organic Compounds are carbon-based chemicals that easily evaporate at room temperature. The unique technology inside the Fresh-Arie UV helps to eliminate VOCs, making your home a safer and more pleasant place to live.
Common Sources of VOCs Include:
Carpets and adhesives
Composite wood products
Paints and varnishes
Sealing caulks and glues
Carpet cleaning solvent
Home and personal care products
Air cleaners that produce ozone
Cleaning and disinfecting chemicals
Smoking and fireplaces
Fuel oil and gasoline
Vehicle exhaust from an attached garage
We look forward to discussing your home air quality with you.
Two-thirds of all homes have leaky ducts that go undetected. These leaks can cause your energy bill to go up and affect the comfort and air quality inside your home. The good news is, repairing leaky ducts is often fairly easy and inexpensive, especially with FPL’s and Aloha Air Conditioning’s help. Here’s what you need to know about your ductwork to avoid wasting energy and money.
1. What are leaky ducts?
When your cooling and heating duct system has leaks or holes in it, air is allowed to escape into the attic, which ends up wasting energy and costing you money.
2. What can you do?
Schedule an FPL Energy Expert to perform a fast, easy and affordable Duct System Test to determine if your dusts are sealed properly and if repairs need to be made.
3. How does it work?
Pay $30.00 for the first central A/C system to be inspected and $15.00 for each additional air handler.
Receive a complete report of the repairs needed and then contact us at Aloha Air Conditioning (954) 772-0079 as we are a proud independent contractor who has been evaluated by FPL and have a record of good reviews from our customers.
Get incentives from FPL to help cover the cost of repairs:
– Up to $154.00 per central A/C system for single-family detached homes.
– $60.00 for multi-family, single-family attached homes, manufactured and mobile homes.
4. What are the qualifications for a Duct System Test?
Single- and multi-family homes where the duct system is accessible qualify
Multi-family homes with chimneys and gas appliances are not eligible unless there is a firewall.
5. How do you participate?
To request a Duct System Test, simple call 1-800-DIAL FPL (1-800-342-5375), or visit them online at http://www.fpl.com/
Because cooling and heating your home accounts for almost half of your annual energy cost, it’s important to make sure that your A/C system is operating properly and efficiently and that your ductwork is free of leaks.
That’s why Aloha Air Conditioning offers a variety of cooling and heating solutions designed to:
Save you money on your electric bill without sacrificing your comfort
Improve the air quality in your home.
Assist in the repair of your ductwork and the replacement of your A/C system.
By following these tips, you can maximize your A/C system’s efficiency while saving energy and money along the way.
Making Your A/C System Work For You
To ensure your A/C system is working as efficiently as possible, here are some things you can do to get the most for your energy dollars:
1.Check your thermostat
Cool your home at 78® or warmer with the thermostat fan switch on “auto.” For additional savings, raise your thermostat to 82® or warmer when you’re away from home.
Heat your home at 68® or cooler with the thermostat fan switch on “auto.” To save even more, lower your thermostat to 65® or cooler at bedtime or when you’re away from home.
Install a programmable thermostat to adjust the temperature automatically and maximize your energy savings. It also helps to maintain a comfortable temperature when you wake up or return home.
When on vacation, cool your home at 85® with the thermostat fan switch on “auto”, to help prevent mildew from developing (in most homes).
2. Use fans
Reduce your A/C costs and keep your home comfortable by using inexpensive, energy-efficient ceiling fans to circulate the air. This will allow you to set your thermostat higher and still feel cool.
Turning off your ceiling fan when you leave the room could save you between $3-7 a month, depending on the speed, model and age of fan.
When buying a fan, choose the right size for the room. For example:
– 10’ x 10’ room or smaller = 36” fan
– 15’ x 20’ room = 52” fan
– Rooms larger then 15’x 20’ = two 52” fans
3. Keep your unit clean and clear
Learn where your A/C filter is.
Change the filter regularly using the proper size, or clean it monthly.
Keep leaves, shrubbery and debris at least 18 inches away from your outdoor unit to avoid blocking the airflow.
4. Maintain proper airflow through your system
Keep the interior doors and vents open to help your A/C circulate air more efficiently.
5. Keep sunlight out during summer months
Close your blinds, drapes and shades during the hottest time of day
6. Install or upgrade insulation
Install or upgrade insulation in your home, especially if it was built before 1982, to help reduce your cooling costs and make your home more comfortable.
7. Consider buying a new A/C unit
If your system is over 10 years old, has undergone frequent repairs and still doesn’t keep your home cool, it may be time to purchase a new unit.
FPL’s A/C Program can help you when shopping for a new system. Call us for a copy of the free A/C Buying Guide to help you buy a high-efficiency system that’s right for your home.
8. Maintain and service your unit regularly
Maintain and service your unit regularly to help your unit run more efficiently
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