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New Whole Home Safe and Affordable Disinfectant

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Our new antimicrobial treatment kills 99.99% of mold, germs and viruses within 60 seconds. I’’m very excited to offer this service during this challenging time for our South Florida community and our country

Your family’s health is your highest priority. During the past 38 years, Aloha AC has made sure that South Florida residents have maintained a comfortable and efficient home. However, in today’s world comfort has given way to health and safety. Today’s homes are nearly air-tight, which means that dust, mold, volatile chemicals and germs often recirculate through your air-conditioning system. Filters do a good job of removing most contaminants but they can’t remove everything.
Aloha has launched a new service designed to rid your home of germs, mold and most viruses and kills 99.99% of contaminants within 60 seconds of contact.

The mist is sprayed throughout the home and is harmless to humans and pets. Our technician doesn’t even need to wear a mask during the application, but to reduce any possible transmission of the Coronavirus, they’ll wear proper protection to keep your family safe.

You don’t even have to leave your home or wipe off afterwards. Our product is FDA approved, which means it’s even safe around food and lasts up to six months!

By combining this antimicrobial treatment and installing an Aloha AC Air Purification Package in your current central air system, you can relax knowing you’re providing your family with the healthiest home possible.

Aloha AC is introducing a “green” treatment that kills a wide array of dangerous viruses and bacteria like MRSA, Salmonella, Influenza viruses, Norovirus, Legionella pneumophila, and E coli for up to six month.

What a “Clean” Home Really Means

Aloha AC’s whole home spray disinfectant kills a wide array of dangerous viruses and bacteria like MRSA, Salmonella, Influenza viruses, Norovirus, Legionella pneumophila, and E coli and gets rid of mold and mildew by oxidization. *
Its mist is an environmentally safe alternative to chlorine cleaners and disinfectant. The active ingredient has absolutely no chlorine smell and has been used in disinfecting water supplies for decades. In fact, the primary by-product breaks down to simple salt.
This disinfectant is safe around kids and pets and can be sprayed even with people in the home (although we recommend taking the family and pets outside while the technician is working).
This treatment has undergone extensive testing at both major universities and private labs proving its effectiveness and safety.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registered and USEPA registered (82972-1) as a “Broad Spectrum Disinfectant -Cleaner”.
Aloha’s AC disinfectant spray eliminates bacteria on contact making it perfect for cleaning and sanitizing kitchen and bathroom counters, showers, tile, concrete and other hard surfaces, and is colorless, odorless. It will not harm water-safe fabrics so it can be used to disinfect shoes, backpacks, gym bags, car seats and other porous surfaces. It is the perfect antimicrobial spray, instead of chlorine bleach products, for schools, nurseries or daycares.

The powerful and safe disinfectant is applied through a special electromagnetic sprayer, which makes the surfaces in your home act like a magnet for the fine and safe mist. Think of how a magnet attracts metal filings.

Aloha AC’s antimicrobial spray treatment is the safe and effective solution for mold removal, odor control, green cleaning, and broad spectrum disinfection. The Benefits of using antimicrobial spray. • Kills a wide array of dangerous viruses and bacteria like MRSA, Salmonella, Influenza viruses, Norovirus, Legionella pneumophila, and E coli. • Destroys mold on contact. • Residual prevents mold from coming back by inhibiting microbial growth for up to six months, even in the wettest areas. • Eliminate odors at the source not cover them up with some funky fragrance – it eliminates them on a molecular level. • A green, environmentally safe alternative to chlorine cleaners and disinfectants. • No harsh chemical odors or by-products. 100% biodegradable.

(NOTE: Tests on the effectiveness against the Coronavirus have not been approved or conducted.)



UltraViolet Air Purification Lights

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UV-Aire uses the energy from a specially designed, high-intensity UV-C lamp to reduce microorganisms in the entire home as they cycle through the HVAC system. Mounted inside the ductwork, the UV-Aire sterilizes or kills most contaminants as they pass the lamp.
The process requires very little maintenance and costs just pennies a day to operate. The UV-Aire could be one of the best health and comfort investments a homeowner ever makes.
UV’s effectiveness in killing bacteria is directly related to a microorganism’s exposure time. Indoor air in a typical residential forced-air HVAC system will be recirculated 40-75 times a day. With a UV generating lamp mounted in the HVAC duct, cumulative exposure can be very effective in controlling indoor bacteria.
UV rays will also kill germs that breed in drain pans and A-coils. Properly positioned, an ultraviolet system can significantly reduce indoor air contamination and prevent the growth of new microorganisms.
The treatment of indoor air with ultraviolet radiation has been successful in health care facilities, food processing plants, schools, laboratories and other applications. It is safe, silent, and proven.
Since direct exposure to UV light can cause skin cancer and blindness, the most practical application of UV light in the home or office is in the main air distribution (heating and/or air conditioning) system. As UV light will not pass through metal, glass, or plastic, a UV light can be installed in the main supply or return duct of a central heating or air system without concern for direct exposure to eyes or skin. This is an ideal location since the air in the home or office will pass through the HVAC system up to 75 times per day during normal operation, and as many as
150 times per day in continuous fan mode.
UV-Aire uses the energy from a specially designed, high-intensity UV-C lamp to reduce microorganisms in the entire home as they cycle through the HVAC system. Mounted inside the ductwork, the UV-Aire sterilizes or kills most contaminants as they pass the lamp.
The process requires very little maintenance and costs just pennies a day to operate. The UV-Aire could be one of the best health and comfort investments a homeowner ever makes.
UV’s effectiveness in killing bacteria is directly related to a microorganism’s exposure time. Indoor air in a typical residential forced-air HVAC system will be recirculated 40-75 times a day. With a UV generating lamp mounted in the HVAC duct, cumulative exposure can be very effective in controlling indoor bacteria.
UV rays will also kill germs that breed in drain pans and A-coils. Properly positioned, an ultraviolet system can significantly reduce indoor air contamination and prevent the growth of new microorganisms.
The treatment of indoor air with ultraviolet radiation has been successful in health care facilities, food processing plants, schools, laboratories and other applications. It is safe, silent, and proven.
Since direct exposure to UV light can cause skin cancer and blindness, the most practical application of UV light in the home or office is in the main air distribution (heating and/or air conditioning) system. As UV light will not pass through metal, glass, or plastic, a UV light can be installed in the main supply or return duct of a central heating or air system without concern for direct exposure to eyes or skin. This is an ideal location since the air in the home or office will pass through the HVAC system up to 75 times per day during normal operation, and as many as
150 times per day in continuous fan mode.
Q. What is UV-C light and how does it kill bacteria?
A. UV-C is the invisible, ultraviolet, C-band radiation that makes up part of the sun’s light spectrum. UV-C light prevents growth and germination of microorganisms by altering DNA and RNA and effectively sterilizing organisms. Once sterilized, they cannot reproduce, and with their short life cycles, they are effectively killed.
Q. Why use a UV light product?
A. There are two primary benefits to using UV light. The first is to keep mold from growing by irradiating the surface. The second is to disinfect the air stream as it passes through the HVAC system. A significant disinfection rate is accomplished with repeated circulation of air through the system.
Q. What is the importance of UV light products?
A. People spend over 90% of their time indoors. With little or no ventilation, concentrations of microorganisms will increase indoors, potentially spreading a number of diseases. With increased cases of deaths being caused by various bacterial diseases, controlling the growth and spread of pathogens is of major concern in indoor environments.
Q. How does the UV-Aire differ from other UV-C devices?
A. UV-C energy has been successfully used in many indoor environments. The UV-Aire was developed specifically for use in HVAC systems. It creates a consistent, high output of UV-C energy. The UV-Aire’s intensity output maximizes microorganism disinfection and ensures cleaner indoor air.
Q. Is the product suitable for people with severe allergy or asthma problems?
A. Yes. The UV-Aire can offer relief to many allergy and asthma sufferers by reducing airborne contamination.
Q. Does the UV-Aire produce a fresh-air smell?
A. Many smells are not addressed by the UV-Aire. However, some unpleasant smells develop from the growth of microorganisms. The UV-Aire works to reduce mold and common household germs, in many cases resulting in a fresher smelling environment.
Q. Does UV light take the place of a filter?
A. No. The UV-Aire should be used in conjunction with a filter.
Q. Should the HVAC appliance fan or blower run continuously?
A. No. During normal operation of the heating or air conditioning unit, the blower will circulate the air over the UV lamp from 40-75 times a day, which is sufficient. During moderate weather, when neither the A/C or heat is on, it is recommended to open the windows to allow for fresh air infiltration and/or to operate the blower continuously (turn on the fan) to circulate air over the UV light.
Q. What precautions should be taken before opening or servicing the ductwork where a UVC lamp is in use?
A. The UV-C lamp should be turned OFF prior to entering the ductwork. An external switch is provided as well as warning labels regarding service procedures. Direct exposure to UV light is not recommended, as it may cause damage to skin and eyes. Protecting the eyes with plastic protective goggles is recommended.
Q. What effects will UV-C rays have on plastics such as coil pans & flex duct?
A. If the plastic is not UV resistant, UV-C can cause a breakdown of the material over time. Based on lab tests, positioning the lamp 30 inches or more away from plastic surfaces will eliminate any measurable breakdown of plastic material.
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Coronavirus: Fresh-Aire UV efficiency against viruses, bacteria & mold

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Updated March 23, 2020

Fresh-Aire UV has been receiving inquiries regarding the effectiveness of UV disinfection systems against COVID-19 (coronavirus). We believe the best approach is to be as transparent as possible and to explain the fundamentals and variables that play a factor in inactivating coronavirus and other pathogens with UVC germicidal technologies. 

Fresh-Aire UV systems are tested and validated against bacteria, viruses, mold & fungus. Fresh-Aire UV systems have been tested and achieve up to a *99.999996% reduction on microorganisms. There are a number of factors that need to be addressed in order to determine efficiency, these include but not limited to, the application, such as surface or air disinfection, air velocity and temperature, recirculation rates, and dwell time, as well as the specific biological target. Fresh-Aire UV systems are installed in the HVAC unit and/or ductwork and are designed to disinfect the air as it circulates through the ventilation system. UV dosage for log reduction is measured in several ways including microwatts per second/centimetres2 (μWs/cm2). 

Every microorganism, including coronavirus, requires a specific UVC dosage for inactivation. UV disinfection has been employed for decades in water treatment; these microwatt values have been used for reference to gauge UVC efficiency against a large cross-section of microorganisms. While Fresh-Aire UV systems have not been specifically tested against coronavirus, they have been tested and proven effective against similar pathogens, some that require an even greater dosage for inactivation than coronavirus. 

UV disinfection systems for HVAC are an ideal proactive measure to complement filtration. Microorganisms, particularly viruses, are so small that filters are mostly ineffective. The UV systems have also been shown to reduce problematic molds and pathogens that are found within the HVAC system and drain pan that would otherwise be introduced and distributed throughout the envelope of the building. 

For additional information visit:

www.ashrae.org/technical-resources/resources
www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

PLEASE CONTACT ALOHAAC TO DISCUSS YOUR SPECIFIC APPLICATION: 1-954-228-6060 OR EMAIL [email protected]

At Aloha Air Conditioning, we know how important fresh, breathable air is for the health and happiness of your family. In today’s busy world, people spend between 75 and 90% of their time indoors.  Because of this, we strive to offer indoor air quality solutions for residents of Fort Lauderdale and Pembroke Pines.

Below average air quality can lead to allergy attacks, shortness of breath, increased asthma symptoms, and overall lack of well-being. Because of this, it is important to keep an eye on the quality of the air in your home or office. If you are worried about the quality of the air around you, give Aloha Air Conditioning a call.

Our knowledgeable staff will work with you to evaluate the quality of indoor air on your property and then determine the right solution. Some of the possible solutions include:

  • Air Cleaners and Filtration
  • Air Duct Treatment
  • Air Duct Replacement
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Ultraviolet Lights
  • Zoning Systems

Aloha Air Conditioning will also be happy to provide ongoing maintenance to your air conditioning system to make certain the quality of your air is never compromised. Keeping your equipment properly maintained is an important step in ensuring you always have fresh, clean air to breathe.

To learn more about possible solutions for your air quality issues, contact the Aloha Air Conditioning office today at 954-228-6060.



Indoor Air Quality Tips, Tricks, and Stats

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Most people spend significant time indoors, such as being at work, school, and home. As a result of the amount of time spent indoors, the quality of the air people breathe should be a major concern for everyone. Poor quality of indoor air may significantly reduce the comfort of the home while also adversely affecting the health of those occupying such spaces. Some of the side consequences of poor indoor air quality include eye irritation, heart and respiratory conditions, runny nose, dizziness, and fatigue, among many others. These effects are enhanced for people with respiratory ailments such as asthma. This article highlights ways through which indoor air quality can be improved to avert the impact of poor air indoors. It identifies the types of natural plants suitable for indoor usage, the significance of keeping the furnace blower on and using air filters & dehumidifiers as a strategy to improve the quality of indoor air.

Types of Natural Plants Recommended for Indoor Usage

Numerous natural plants can be used indoors to improve air quality. A study conducted by NASA in 1989 established that specific indoor plants improve the quality of air indoors by absorbing harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde and benzene (Steeman, 2019). Thus, a variety of indoor plants could be used as natural air filters. English ivy is one of the appropriate plants that can be used indoors. When planted indoors, English ivy can purify the air as it is good at absorbing mold in the room (Doherty, 2017). This plant can absorb airborne molds. Boston ferns are recommended for indoor use because they purify the air in the home (Doherty, 2017). NASA recommends this plant because it purifies the air by removing compounds such as formaldehyde, plastics, or cigarette smoke from the air. This plant absorbs these compounds through its leaves and converts them into materials it can use. Snake plants are appropriate for indoor use since they filter out nauseating chemicals such as benzene, xylene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and toluene (Geller, 2019). Thus, different plants can improve the conditions of the indoor environment, especially by containing harmful gases.

Importance of Keeping the Furnace Blower On

Furnace blower presents numerous benefits in the room when kept on all the time. For instance, keeping the fan running all the time enhances the circulation of air in the room, whether heated or cooled (Synergy Home, 2019). A running furnace blower continuously sucks the cold air from the lower parts of the room or lower floors in multi-story buildings. It mixes it with warmer air from the upper spaces, combining the two, consequently redistributing a more stable, even temperature all over the room. Different parts of a room experience varying external temperatures in the day, often based on the location of the sun. Areas facing the sun are usually warmer, while the side not reached by the sun’s rays remains cold. This situation causes varying temperatures in the room, but using a furnace blower in such a room brings average temperatures throughout the indoor space.

Air Filters & Dehumidifiers

Air filters and dehumidifiers are essential equipment in improving the indoor environment. Air filters are devices that help get rid of harmful substances such as dust mites, mold, and pollen, among other particulates from rooms. They make indoor areas free from substances that can harm the health of the occupiers (University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester, 2019). These devices are helpful for people with asthma or severe allergies because they minimize the symptoms of these conditions. Dehumidifiers are equipment that reduce the adverse effects of moisture in the indoor environment. These devices eliminate the moisture from the air without decreasing the overall temperature in the room (Kolenda Heating & Cooling, 2019). The removal of moisture boosts the health and comfort of all in the room and minimizes damage in the home, including averting cold and rusting of metallic surfaces.

Conclusion

Indoor air quality is essential since the majority of people spend most of their time indoors. As a result, there is a need to improve air quality indoors. Both natural and artificial options can be used to improve indoor air quality. For instance, plants such as English ivy, Boston ferns, and snake plants can eliminate harmful gases and substances such as cigarette smoke, mold, formaldehyde, and plastics. Equipment such as furnace blower can help improve the quality of indoor air by blending the air of different temperatures in a house, keeping it suitable for occupation. Air filters and dehumidifiers are also effective improvers of indoor air quality since the former removes harmful substances such as dust mites, mold, and pollen, while the latter eliminates moisture indoors.

Hopefully you’ve gained some valuable knowledge from this post. If you have any further questions or would like to have one of our seasoned technicians come out and take a look at your unit, please feel free to contact the Aloha Air Conditioning office Toll-Free today at 855-88-ALOHA (25642).

Stay cool out there!



The Fresh-Aire UV Light reduces odors, toxic chemical vapors, germs and mold in your home.

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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:

  • Alternaria
  • Dust Mites
  • Aspergillus
  • E Coli
  • Pollen
  • Mold

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:

  • Buildings materials
  • Carpets and adhesives
  • Upholstery fabrics
  • Vinyl floors
  • 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
  • Cosmetics
  • Smoking and fireplaces
  • Fuel oil and gasoline
  • Moth balls
  • Vehicle exhaust from an attached garage

We look forward to discussing your home air quality with you.

Hopefully you’ve gained some valuable knowledge from this post. If you have any further questions or would like to have one of our seasoned technicians come out and take a look at your unit, please feel free to contact the Aloha Air Conditioning office Toll-Free today at 855-88-ALOHA (25642).



Blue-Tube UV is the simple and complete choice in UV light for all residential applications.

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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.

Fresh-Aire Blue-Tube UV

The Original Low-Voltage UV Light Kit

Blue-Tube UV is the simple and complete choice in UV light for all residential applications. Everything you need is in the tube! Just make the electrical connections and install the UV light where needed.

High and Low Voltage Options

Blue-Tube UV is now you available with a high or low-voltage power supply. Low-Voltage models feature exclusive Extended Range (ER) technology which eliminates low voltage problems associated with variable speed air handlers and fluctuating or over voltage issues.

Features

• Innovative magnetic mounting bracket makes installation safe & easy

• Lifetime extended range power supply mounts inside control panel

• Weather resistant remote mountable UV lamps

• 4 lamp models to choose from

Benefits

• Provides a healthier living environment for your family

• Kills mold, bacteria, and viruses where they lurk

• Reduces system maintenance

• Reduces household odors

Blue-Tube UV should be installed by an HVAC professional.

Mold and other microbes can thrive in the moist interior of the air handler

Moldy cooling coils waste enegy and spread germs through the air system

With a UV light installed cleaned coils stay clean

Why does UV light kill germs?

UV-C light (the frequency used in germicidal UV lights) kills germs by disrupting their DNA which prevents them from reproducing, effectively killing them. In nature this frequency of light is filtered out by the Earth’s atmosphere so microbes have no defense against it.

 1. Is UV light safe for children and pets?

When a UV light system is installed in a central air system the germ killing effect takes place inside the air system and is limited to that area. There is no danger to any living thing in the home except microbes that are carried by the air into the central air system.

 2. Is it OK to look at the UV light?

Never look at the UV light when it is lit. UV-C light can give your eyes painful “sunburn”. Unplug or disconnect the unit to work on it.

 3. Our air system isn’t running so why is the UV light still on?

Mold and other biological contaminants will grow inside the air handler whether or not it’s running. Constant exposure to UV-C light keeps the air system clean.

 4. Can I upgrade my Blue-Tube UV with a different lamp?

Yes! All Blue-Tube and Fresh-Aire UV AHU lamps are interchangeable. When it’s time to replace your UV lamp you have 4 options to select from: 1 Year, 2 Year, 1 Year Odor Control, and 2 Year Odor Control.

 5. My ‘1 Year’ UV light still glows after 2 years –

Do I need to replace it?

Yes, over time the UV effectiveness of the lamps decreases even though the lamp may still be putting out visible light. ‘1 Year’ and ‘2 Year’ lamp designations refer to effective UV output not when the lamp will burn out.

 6. Will a UV light system kill mold in the walls?

No. UV-C germicidal irradiation can only kill microbes on surfaces that the light shines on directly (surface kills) or that pass by in the air stream (airborne kill).

Hopefully you’ve gained some valuable knowledge from this post. If you have any further questions or would like to have one of our seasoned technicians come out and take a look at your unit, please feel free to contact the Aloha Air Conditioning office Toll-Free today at 855-88-ALOHA (25642).



Cooling with Intertherm Air Conditioners

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Split System Air Conditioners have an outdoor section and an indoor section.The outdoor section features the compressor and fan, but it uses the indoor sections (such as a furnace or air handler) to distribute cool air.

Single Package Air Conditioners features all of the components of a split system but in a single outdoors section. Simply put, the blower is housed with the air conditioning components.

The structure of your home is key to selecting the proper air conditioner. For example, split system units are commonly used in the Midwest because most homes feature basements with gas furnaces. Single packaged units are more common in the southeast region where homes may have a crawl space instead of a basement – making the single packaged unit more space efficient.



How to protect your Air Conditioning from Hurricane

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Storms don’t just bring rain and wind. They also cause power outages that can leave you without the comfort of your air conditioning and other home appliances for hours or days. Check out Ready.gov for ways to prepare your entire home for bad weather. Be sure to take special care with your A/C system, so you can stay cool between storms.

PROTECTING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER

Below are 5 steps you can take before, during and after a storm to minimize damage to your air conditioner and get it up and running faster when the power comes back on.

  1. Pre-cool your home. If you think your power may go out during a storm, go ahead and cool your home in advance so you can stay comfortable until power is restored. Set your thermostat to a cooler setting than usual, close curtains and blinds and keep doors and window shut to keep the cold air inside.
  2. Turn off electricity to your air conditioner. Electrical surges from lightning strikes during the storm can damage your A/C unit. There’s also a chance that debris could get stuck in your outdoor unit and burn out the motor. Play it safe by shutting off power to your A/C system. We recommend you turn off power from your thermostat and circuit breaker.
  3. Cover your outdoor A/C unit. This step is only really necessary if you’re expecting a hurricane and high winds. After you’ve turned off your air conditioner, cover it with a tarp or plywood to protect it from flying debris. High winds can knock down branches and trees that could damage your unit if they land on it. Be sure to remove the covering as soon as it’s safely possible. Keeping your unit covered too long can trap moisture which leads to mold and mildew.
  4. Secure the unit. If you have an elevated air conditioner on a second story, be sure to secure your outdoor condenser unit with hurricane straps to keep it in place during strong wind gusts. If your area is prone to flooding, you may want to get an HVAC professional to elevate your unit for better protection.
  5. Check for damage before you turn your air back on. This is one of the most important steps. Don’t forget to assess the storm damage before you turn your system back on. Flooding or flying debris could have damaged your unit and turning it on can make the problem worse. Also, storm winds many cause disconnections within your AC unit, which could lead to toxic refrigerant leaks. Do turn your A/C on as soon as it seems safe. This will keep mold and mildew from settling in.

Customers can count on Alohaac Rheem® Air Conditioner Contractor for the right residential Rheem® air conditioning system; at the right price and at the right time. Our reputation and experience give our residential customers confidence and peace of mind. Contact us today for a free quote. We are at your service, just a phone call away.

To learn more about our air conditioning installation services, contact the Aloha Rheem® Air Conditioning Contractor office today at  855-88-ALOHA (25642).



Air Conditioners need breathing room or they will break

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Like most people, your air conditioner’s outside unit needs its space—otherwise it cannot work properly. To know why, you need to know how a central air conditioner works.

Here is a brief overview:

Your central AC has an indoor unit and an outside unit. The inside unit absorbs heat from your home’s air and then transfers the heat to the outside unit, which then dumps the heat outside.

To disperse heat, the outside unit needs plenty of airflow, which is why your outside unit has a fan. (Think of it like when you blow on a spoonful of soup before you take a bite.)

However, a decorative air conditioner cover restricts airflow around the unit. Restricting airflow can cause the air conditioner’s compressor to overheat and die.

That is awful news for you.

The compressor is the metal “heart” of the outside unit. In addition, once it needs replacing, you might as well replace the entire outside unit. Yes, a compressor is that expensive to replace.

H2- why you need to clean the outside Air Conditioner unit twice a year

While you may not have a decorative Air conditioner cover, you may have other things that can cause the same problem, including:

  • A fence surrounding the outside unit (there needs to be a minimum of 2 ft of space between the unit and the fence)
  • Small tree branches
  • Dirt

All these restrict airflow and cause your AC to work inefficiently, meaning you have higher energy bills.

One common problem we would like to highlight here is dirt. The outside unit is always exposed to the outside elements, so the unit often gets covered in dirt, dust, grass and leaves.

That is why air conditioning manufacturers recommend an annual checkup. Get one from Aloha Ac Rheem® air conditioner contractor today now!

Call Aloha Ac Rheem® air conditioner contractor Today serves the air conditioning needs of Broward and the surrounding cities.

H2- This outside AC unit could use some cleaning

That is why you should clean the outside unit at least twice a year.

You can either clean it yourself using a special coil foaming cleaner and water sprayer (make sure you use a gentle setting).

Alternatively, you can have a professional do it. Most contractors will wash the outside unit as part of an Air conditioner maintenance visit. In South Florida, your Air conditioner needs maintenance at least twice a year because we use it so often.

Maintenance also helps prevent the AC from breaking down, which is a handy benefit if you want constantly cool air during our sizzling, wipe-your-sweaty-brow-every-5-seconds summers.

Spring is usually your best bet to get maintenance, because it is easier to schedule an appointment with a contractor.

Customers can count on Alohaac Rheem® Air Conditioner Contractor for the right residential Rheem® air conditioning system; at the right price and at the right time. Our reputation and experience give our residential customers confidence and peace of mind. Contact us today for a free quote. We are at your service, just a phone call away.

 

To learn more about our air conditioning installation services, contact the Aloha Rheem® Air Conditioning Contractor office today at  855-88-ALOHA (25642).

 



Should I Replace or Repair My Air Conditioner Equipment?

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If you’ve ever found yourself wondering, should I repair or replace my air conditioner? How long will my air conditioning last?
Those are questions everyone has pondered at some point. Now, I will answer all the important questions regarding air conditioning replacement vs. repairing the old unit.
There are a lot of good reasons to replace an air conditioner, but it should never be your only choice, as everything can be fixed. If old things couldn’t be retro-fitted or repaired there would be no antique cars on the road. And there are plenty of those, that being said it may not be a good idea to repair an old unit or there may be numerous other reasons that might make replacing the old ac system with a newer model. Newer model air conditioners have come a long way in technology, in ways of efficiency and comfort.

Good reasons to replace an air conditioner are:

1. If you are paying too much in power – Today a new air conditioner can lower a power bill by so much that in some cases, we can finance a new system for $80 a month and then we lower the power bill by $100 which is like saving $20 a month and getting a new system and warranty. If you are one of the ones paying too much in power than keeping your old system is a waste, it’s just math.

2. Your unit is 12 or more years old – Technology has come a long way in 12 years we can make your home 10 times more comfortable with stable temperatures using new 2 stage technology. And energy efficiency has doubled in 12 years.

3. You have a bad compressor and your system is over 8 years old – Compressors are very expensive and are the hearts of air conditioners. If your compressor fails consider replacement as some compressors are 50% the cost of a whole new system and the new system would have 5 or 10 years warranty vs. a 1 year warranty on a replacement compressor. And after a replacement compressor, the new one usually doesn’t last as long as the original because any blockage or other failing parts are already worn starting on day one of your new compressors life.

4. Your coil is rusted – If your coils start rusting and leaking, fixing a leak is only a Band-Aid as rust means another leak will occur guaranteed.

5. Your home has hot or cold rooms – If you have rooms that are always hotter or cooler than other rooms certain times a year, it may be caused by improper duct balancing or from an improperly sized air conditioner. Either way consider this when deciding whether to repair or replace?

6. If your air conditioner takes r-22 Freon you may want to consider replacement – The E.P.A. has deemed r-22 Freon deadly to the ozone. New systems are using r-410A which is ozone safe but also a new r-410A system will blow colder air for less electricity making it the green choice for many reasons. R-22 systems are coming more costly to repair due to the difficulty and price of obtaining r-22 after the government regulations.
I won’t make a list for why to keep your old unit because; if none of the reasons above apply to you then you should just fix or keep your old unit. But when faced with a decision to repair or replace you should simply know all the benefits of replacement and then decide if it makes sense to you at that time.

The benefits to a new air conditioner are:

A new air conditioner can lower the energy consumption by as much as 60% depending on your situation.

A variable speed system will circulate air through the entire home eliminating the need for fans and it will do it with only 80 watts of power.

A Variable speed system even out temperatures from room to room – imagine never having a hot spot, room or flash.

A new unit is quiet

New systems come with 10 year warranties

There you have it, replacing an air conditioner can benefit you by providing a more stable temperature in the home and lowering a power bill by 60% but if your air conditioner is already installed right and all your rooms are same temperature and your power bills are already low then you’re in good shape. But don’t forget to get a routine maintenance check-up because if your machine is ok now, we want to keep it that way.



Keep Your HVAC in Good Shape this Summer

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Your air conditioning system will be working overtime in the Florida heatwave this summer – follow Alohaac tips to ensure your heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit (HVAC) is working at its best:

1. Don’t let your HVAC work more than is necessary. And don’t let your office get too hot before turning it on. It’s key to regulate your temperature so as not to stress your unit. Keep doors and windows closed when your AC is turned on, and keep shades and curtains drawn on very hot days. Avoid having direct sunlight streaming in through doors and windows. As much as possible, don’t operate other heat-generating appliances in the daytime when your AC is going to be working.

2. Replace your air filters on a regular basis. Do this at least once every 3 months. Experts estimate that you can reduce your energy cost by as much as 10% by keeping up on this task. And the cleaner air will benefit your staff’s health as well. Air conditioning energy assessments are often undervalued!

3. Keep your thermostat constant. Changing your thermostat’s setting constantly can result in inefficiency. If you wish you can increase the temperature by a few degrees in the day time while you are away. When in cooling mode, switch on your AC fan to prevent hot or cold pockets from forming. This can also help prevent your condenser from icing up.

4. Keep your outside unit free of dust and dirt. Clear plants and other items from around its perimeter for at least 12-18 inches. Ensure also that indoor vents remain unobstructed to keep air circulation going for industrial air conditioning, this is so important.

5. Schedule regular tune-ups Have a reliable HVAC technician perform maintenance checks on your unit, preferably before the beginning of summer.

Our staff is fully trained in the HVAC techniques required to ensure this process is carried out efficiently. The result is that your air will be fresher, easier to breathe, and less likely to cause allergic reactions.

To learn more about how our Air Duct Cleaning Fort Lauderdale services can benefit your home, contact the Aloha Air Conditioning, Inc. office Toll-Free today at 855-88-ALOHA (25642).



Go Green and Save Money

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Go Green and Save Money
Aloha Air Conditioning, Inc agrees to perform the following:
Energy Efficiency Tune-up on the air conditioning equipment identified an
covered at the job address:
  • Check Refrigerant charge.
  • Clean Condensate pan and lines.
  • Check Refrigerant pressures.
  • Install Algae tablets.
  • Check Temperature split across coils.
  • Check Electrical components for amp draw and operation.
  • Tighten Electrical connections.
  • Check unit for External Corrosion.
  • Lubricate Bearings.
  • Check Belt wear and adjust tension.
All Energy Efficiency Agreement customers will receive 10% labor
discount on any regular service provided throughout the year.
Call Aloha (954) 772-0079/(561) 368-1991 or e-mail us at [email protected]
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
General Conditions:
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. This agreement is not intended to maintain indoor air quality.
  4. No service will be rendered under this agreement if customer has past due account.
  5. This Performance Tune-up agreement will automatically self renew by payment of the invoice from
  6. year to year. Cancellation by either party requires a thirty- (30) day prior written notice.


Self-Contained, Ceiling-Mounted Air Conditioners: A Cost-Effective Solution for Server Rooms.

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As businesses become more and more dependent on computers and telecom equipment to keep their critical operations running 24/7, they face a new challenge that often takes them by surprise:

How to keep their server or telecom room cool when the building’s central air conditioning system is inadequate or is otherwise turned off—such as during off hours, weekends and holidays, or during cold-weather months, when the HVAC system is in heating mode.

Adding to the difficulty is a lack of floor space. A relatively new class of self-contained, ceiling-mounted air conditioners can provide a cost-effective, space-saving solution.

• Self-contained, all-in-one units have lower installation costs than mini-splits or precision cooling systems

• No penetration of wall or roof required

• No outside condensing unit to maintain

• Compact size fits easily above drop ceiling, takes up no floor space

Contact Aloha Air Conditioning sales team for details.



A Simple Hvac Heating and Cooling System Duct Test Can Save You Money

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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 https://www.fpl.com/



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New Whole Home Safe and Affordable Disinfectant

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Our new antimicrobial treatment kills 99.99% of mold, germs and viruses within 60 seconds. I’’m very excited to offer this service during this challenging time for our South Florida community and our country

Your family’s health is your highest priority. During the past 38 years, Aloha AC has made sure that South Florida residents have maintained a comfortable and efficient home. However, in today’s world comfort has given way to health and safety. Today’s homes are nearly air-tight, which means that dust, mold, volatile chemicals and germs often recirculate through your air-conditioning system. Filters do a good job of removing most contaminants but they can’t remove everything.
Aloha has launched a new service designed to rid your home of germs, mold and most viruses and kills 99.99% of contaminants within 60 seconds of contact.

The mist is sprayed throughout the home and is harmless to humans and pets. Our technician doesn’t even need to wear a mask during the application, but to reduce any possible transmission of the Coronavirus, they’ll wear proper protection to keep your family safe.

You don’t even have to leave your home or wipe off afterwards. Our product is FDA approved, which means it’s even safe around food and lasts up to six months!

By combining this antimicrobial treatment and installing an Aloha AC Air Purification Package in your current central air system, you can relax knowing you’re providing your family with the healthiest home possible.

Aloha AC is introducing a “green” treatment that kills a wide array of dangerous viruses and bacteria like MRSA, Salmonella, Influenza viruses, Norovirus, Legionella pneumophila, and E coli for up to six month.

What a “Clean” Home Really Means

Aloha AC’s whole home spray disinfectant kills a wide array of dangerous viruses and bacteria like MRSA, Salmonella, Influenza viruses, Norovirus, Legionella pneumophila, and E coli and gets rid of mold and mildew by oxidization. *
Its mist is an environmentally safe alternative to chlorine cleaners and disinfectant. The active ingredient has absolutely no chlorine smell and has been used in disinfecting water supplies for decades. In fact, the primary by-product breaks down to simple salt.
This disinfectant is safe around kids and pets and can be sprayed even with people in the home (although we recommend taking the family and pets outside while the technician is working).
This treatment has undergone extensive testing at both major universities and private labs proving its effectiveness and safety.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registered and USEPA registered (82972-1) as a “Broad Spectrum Disinfectant -Cleaner”.
Aloha’s AC disinfectant spray eliminates bacteria on contact making it perfect for cleaning and sanitizing kitchen and bathroom counters, showers, tile, concrete and other hard surfaces, and is colorless, odorless. It will not harm water-safe fabrics so it can be used to disinfect shoes, backpacks, gym bags, car seats and other porous surfaces. It is the perfect antimicrobial spray, instead of chlorine bleach products, for schools, nurseries or daycares.

The powerful and safe disinfectant is applied through a special electromagnetic sprayer, which makes the surfaces in your home act like a magnet for the fine and safe mist. Think of how a magnet attracts metal filings.

Aloha AC’s antimicrobial spray treatment is the safe and effective solution for mold removal, odor control, green cleaning, and broad spectrum disinfection. The Benefits of using antimicrobial spray. • Kills a wide array of dangerous viruses and bacteria like MRSA, Salmonella, Influenza viruses, Norovirus, Legionella pneumophila, and E coli. • Destroys mold on contact. • Residual prevents mold from coming back by inhibiting microbial growth for up to six months, even in the wettest areas. • Eliminate odors at the source not cover them up with some funky fragrance – it eliminates them on a molecular level. • A green, environmentally safe alternative to chlorine cleaners and disinfectants. • No harsh chemical odors or by-products. 100% biodegradable.

(NOTE: Tests on the effectiveness against the Coronavirus have not been approved or conducted.)



UltraViolet Air Purification Lights

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UV-Aire uses the energy from a specially designed, high-intensity UV-C lamp to reduce microorganisms in the entire home as they cycle through the HVAC system. Mounted inside the ductwork, the UV-Aire sterilizes or kills most contaminants as they pass the lamp.
The process requires very little maintenance and costs just pennies a day to operate. The UV-Aire could be one of the best health and comfort investments a homeowner ever makes.
UV’s effectiveness in killing bacteria is directly related to a microorganism’s exposure time. Indoor air in a typical residential forced-air HVAC system will be recirculated 40-75 times a day. With a UV generating lamp mounted in the HVAC duct, cumulative exposure can be very effective in controlling indoor bacteria.
UV rays will also kill germs that breed in drain pans and A-coils. Properly positioned, an ultraviolet system can significantly reduce indoor air contamination and prevent the growth of new microorganisms.
The treatment of indoor air with ultraviolet radiation has been successful in health care facilities, food processing plants, schools, laboratories and other applications. It is safe, silent, and proven.
Since direct exposure to UV light can cause skin cancer and blindness, the most practical application of UV light in the home or office is in the main air distribution (heating and/or air conditioning) system. As UV light will not pass through metal, glass, or plastic, a UV light can be installed in the main supply or return duct of a central heating or air system without concern for direct exposure to eyes or skin. This is an ideal location since the air in the home or office will pass through the HVAC system up to 75 times per day during normal operation, and as many as
150 times per day in continuous fan mode.
UV-Aire uses the energy from a specially designed, high-intensity UV-C lamp to reduce microorganisms in the entire home as they cycle through the HVAC system. Mounted inside the ductwork, the UV-Aire sterilizes or kills most contaminants as they pass the lamp.
The process requires very little maintenance and costs just pennies a day to operate. The UV-Aire could be one of the best health and comfort investments a homeowner ever makes.
UV’s effectiveness in killing bacteria is directly related to a microorganism’s exposure time. Indoor air in a typical residential forced-air HVAC system will be recirculated 40-75 times a day. With a UV generating lamp mounted in the HVAC duct, cumulative exposure can be very effective in controlling indoor bacteria.
UV rays will also kill germs that breed in drain pans and A-coils. Properly positioned, an ultraviolet system can significantly reduce indoor air contamination and prevent the growth of new microorganisms.
The treatment of indoor air with ultraviolet radiation has been successful in health care facilities, food processing plants, schools, laboratories and other applications. It is safe, silent, and proven.
Since direct exposure to UV light can cause skin cancer and blindness, the most practical application of UV light in the home or office is in the main air distribution (heating and/or air conditioning) system. As UV light will not pass through metal, glass, or plastic, a UV light can be installed in the main supply or return duct of a central heating or air system without concern for direct exposure to eyes or skin. This is an ideal location since the air in the home or office will pass through the HVAC system up to 75 times per day during normal operation, and as many as
150 times per day in continuous fan mode.
Q. What is UV-C light and how does it kill bacteria?
A. UV-C is the invisible, ultraviolet, C-band radiation that makes up part of the sun’s light spectrum. UV-C light prevents growth and germination of microorganisms by altering DNA and RNA and effectively sterilizing organisms. Once sterilized, they cannot reproduce, and with their short life cycles, they are effectively killed.
Q. Why use a UV light product?
A. There are two primary benefits to using UV light. The first is to keep mold from growing by irradiating the surface. The second is to disinfect the air stream as it passes through the HVAC system. A significant disinfection rate is accomplished with repeated circulation of air through the system.
Q. What is the importance of UV light products?
A. People spend over 90% of their time indoors. With little or no ventilation, concentrations of microorganisms will increase indoors, potentially spreading a number of diseases. With increased cases of deaths being caused by various bacterial diseases, controlling the growth and spread of pathogens is of major concern in indoor environments.
Q. How does the UV-Aire differ from other UV-C devices?
A. UV-C energy has been successfully used in many indoor environments. The UV-Aire was developed specifically for use in HVAC systems. It creates a consistent, high output of UV-C energy. The UV-Aire’s intensity output maximizes microorganism disinfection and ensures cleaner indoor air.
Q. Is the product suitable for people with severe allergy or asthma problems?
A. Yes. The UV-Aire can offer relief to many allergy and asthma sufferers by reducing airborne contamination.
Q. Does the UV-Aire produce a fresh-air smell?
A. Many smells are not addressed by the UV-Aire. However, some unpleasant smells develop from the growth of microorganisms. The UV-Aire works to reduce mold and common household germs, in many cases resulting in a fresher smelling environment.
Q. Does UV light take the place of a filter?
A. No. The UV-Aire should be used in conjunction with a filter.
Q. Should the HVAC appliance fan or blower run continuously?
A. No. During normal operation of the heating or air conditioning unit, the blower will circulate the air over the UV lamp from 40-75 times a day, which is sufficient. During moderate weather, when neither the A/C or heat is on, it is recommended to open the windows to allow for fresh air infiltration and/or to operate the blower continuously (turn on the fan) to circulate air over the UV light.
Q. What precautions should be taken before opening or servicing the ductwork where a UVC lamp is in use?
A. The UV-C lamp should be turned OFF prior to entering the ductwork. An external switch is provided as well as warning labels regarding service procedures. Direct exposure to UV light is not recommended, as it may cause damage to skin and eyes. Protecting the eyes with plastic protective goggles is recommended.
Q. What effects will UV-C rays have on plastics such as coil pans & flex duct?
A. If the plastic is not UV resistant, UV-C can cause a breakdown of the material over time. Based on lab tests, positioning the lamp 30 inches or more away from plastic surfaces will eliminate any measurable breakdown of plastic material.
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Coronavirus: Fresh-Aire UV efficiency against viruses, bacteria & mold

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Updated March 23, 2020

Fresh-Aire UV has been receiving inquiries regarding the effectiveness of UV disinfection systems against COVID-19 (coronavirus). We believe the best approach is to be as transparent as possible and to explain the fundamentals and variables that play a factor in inactivating coronavirus and other pathogens with UVC germicidal technologies. 

Fresh-Aire UV systems are tested and validated against bacteria, viruses, mold & fungus. Fresh-Aire UV systems have been tested and achieve up to a *99.999996% reduction on microorganisms. There are a number of factors that need to be addressed in order to determine efficiency, these include but not limited to, the application, such as surface or air disinfection, air velocity and temperature, recirculation rates, and dwell time, as well as the specific biological target. Fresh-Aire UV systems are installed in the HVAC unit and/or ductwork and are designed to disinfect the air as it circulates through the ventilation system. UV dosage for log reduction is measured in several ways including microwatts per second/centimetres2 (μWs/cm2). 

Every microorganism, including coronavirus, requires a specific UVC dosage for inactivation. UV disinfection has been employed for decades in water treatment; these microwatt values have been used for reference to gauge UVC efficiency against a large cross-section of microorganisms. While Fresh-Aire UV systems have not been specifically tested against coronavirus, they have been tested and proven effective against similar pathogens, some that require an even greater dosage for inactivation than coronavirus. 

UV disinfection systems for HVAC are an ideal proactive measure to complement filtration. Microorganisms, particularly viruses, are so small that filters are mostly ineffective. The UV systems have also been shown to reduce problematic molds and pathogens that are found within the HVAC system and drain pan that would otherwise be introduced and distributed throughout the envelope of the building. 

For additional information visit:

www.ashrae.org/technical-resources/resources
www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

PLEASE CONTACT ALOHAAC TO DISCUSS YOUR SPECIFIC APPLICATION: 1-954-228-6060 OR EMAIL [email protected]

At Aloha Air Conditioning, we know how important fresh, breathable air is for the health and happiness of your family. In today’s busy world, people spend between 75 and 90% of their time indoors.  Because of this, we strive to offer indoor air quality solutions for residents of Fort Lauderdale and Pembroke Pines.

Below average air quality can lead to allergy attacks, shortness of breath, increased asthma symptoms, and overall lack of well-being. Because of this, it is important to keep an eye on the quality of the air in your home or office. If you are worried about the quality of the air around you, give Aloha Air Conditioning a call.

Our knowledgeable staff will work with you to evaluate the quality of indoor air on your property and then determine the right solution. Some of the possible solutions include:

  • Air Cleaners and Filtration
  • Air Duct Treatment
  • Air Duct Replacement
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Ultraviolet Lights
  • Zoning Systems

Aloha Air Conditioning will also be happy to provide ongoing maintenance to your air conditioning system to make certain the quality of your air is never compromised. Keeping your equipment properly maintained is an important step in ensuring you always have fresh, clean air to breathe.

To learn more about possible solutions for your air quality issues, contact the Aloha Air Conditioning office today at 954-228-6060.



Indoor Air Quality Tips, Tricks, and Stats

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Most people spend significant time indoors, such as being at work, school, and home. As a result of the amount of time spent indoors, the quality of the air people breathe should be a major concern for everyone. Poor quality of indoor air may significantly reduce the comfort of the home while also adversely affecting the health of those occupying such spaces. Some of the side consequences of poor indoor air quality include eye irritation, heart and respiratory conditions, runny nose, dizziness, and fatigue, among many others. These effects are enhanced for people with respiratory ailments such as asthma. This article highlights ways through which indoor air quality can be improved to avert the impact of poor air indoors. It identifies the types of natural plants suitable for indoor usage, the significance of keeping the furnace blower on and using air filters & dehumidifiers as a strategy to improve the quality of indoor air.

Types of Natural Plants Recommended for Indoor Usage

Numerous natural plants can be used indoors to improve air quality. A study conducted by NASA in 1989 established that specific indoor plants improve the quality of air indoors by absorbing harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde and benzene (Steeman, 2019). Thus, a variety of indoor plants could be used as natural air filters. English ivy is one of the appropriate plants that can be used indoors. When planted indoors, English ivy can purify the air as it is good at absorbing mold in the room (Doherty, 2017). This plant can absorb airborne molds. Boston ferns are recommended for indoor use because they purify the air in the home (Doherty, 2017). NASA recommends this plant because it purifies the air by removing compounds such as formaldehyde, plastics, or cigarette smoke from the air. This plant absorbs these compounds through its leaves and converts them into materials it can use. Snake plants are appropriate for indoor use since they filter out nauseating chemicals such as benzene, xylene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and toluene (Geller, 2019). Thus, different plants can improve the conditions of the indoor environment, especially by containing harmful gases.

Importance of Keeping the Furnace Blower On

Furnace blower presents numerous benefits in the room when kept on all the time. For instance, keeping the fan running all the time enhances the circulation of air in the room, whether heated or cooled (Synergy Home, 2019). A running furnace blower continuously sucks the cold air from the lower parts of the room or lower floors in multi-story buildings. It mixes it with warmer air from the upper spaces, combining the two, consequently redistributing a more stable, even temperature all over the room. Different parts of a room experience varying external temperatures in the day, often based on the location of the sun. Areas facing the sun are usually warmer, while the side not reached by the sun’s rays remains cold. This situation causes varying temperatures in the room, but using a furnace blower in such a room brings average temperatures throughout the indoor space.

Air Filters & Dehumidifiers

Air filters and dehumidifiers are essential equipment in improving the indoor environment. Air filters are devices that help get rid of harmful substances such as dust mites, mold, and pollen, among other particulates from rooms. They make indoor areas free from substances that can harm the health of the occupiers (University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester, 2019). These devices are helpful for people with asthma or severe allergies because they minimize the symptoms of these conditions. Dehumidifiers are equipment that reduce the adverse effects of moisture in the indoor environment. These devices eliminate the moisture from the air without decreasing the overall temperature in the room (Kolenda Heating & Cooling, 2019). The removal of moisture boosts the health and comfort of all in the room and minimizes damage in the home, including averting cold and rusting of metallic surfaces.

Conclusion

Indoor air quality is essential since the majority of people spend most of their time indoors. As a result, there is a need to improve air quality indoors. Both natural and artificial options can be used to improve indoor air quality. For instance, plants such as English ivy, Boston ferns, and snake plants can eliminate harmful gases and substances such as cigarette smoke, mold, formaldehyde, and plastics. Equipment such as furnace blower can help improve the quality of indoor air by blending the air of different temperatures in a house, keeping it suitable for occupation. Air filters and dehumidifiers are also effective improvers of indoor air quality since the former removes harmful substances such as dust mites, mold, and pollen, while the latter eliminates moisture indoors.

Hopefully you’ve gained some valuable knowledge from this post. If you have any further questions or would like to have one of our seasoned technicians come out and take a look at your unit, please feel free to contact the Aloha Air Conditioning office Toll-Free today at 855-88-ALOHA (25642).

Stay cool out there!



The Fresh-Aire UV Light reduces odors, toxic chemical vapors, germs and mold in your home.

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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:

  • Alternaria
  • Dust Mites
  • Aspergillus
  • E Coli
  • Pollen
  • Mold

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:

  • Buildings materials
  • Carpets and adhesives
  • Upholstery fabrics
  • Vinyl floors
  • 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
  • Cosmetics
  • Smoking and fireplaces
  • Fuel oil and gasoline
  • Moth balls
  • Vehicle exhaust from an attached garage

We look forward to discussing your home air quality with you.

Hopefully you’ve gained some valuable knowledge from this post. If you have any further questions or would like to have one of our seasoned technicians come out and take a look at your unit, please feel free to contact the Aloha Air Conditioning office Toll-Free today at 855-88-ALOHA (25642).



Blue-Tube UV is the simple and complete choice in UV light for all residential applications.

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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.

Fresh-Aire Blue-Tube UV

The Original Low-Voltage UV Light Kit

Blue-Tube UV is the simple and complete choice in UV light for all residential applications. Everything you need is in the tube! Just make the electrical connections and install the UV light where needed.

High and Low Voltage Options

Blue-Tube UV is now you available with a high or low-voltage power supply. Low-Voltage models feature exclusive Extended Range (ER) technology which eliminates low voltage problems associated with variable speed air handlers and fluctuating or over voltage issues.

Features

• Innovative magnetic mounting bracket makes installation safe & easy

• Lifetime extended range power supply mounts inside control panel

• Weather resistant remote mountable UV lamps

• 4 lamp models to choose from

Benefits

• Provides a healthier living environment for your family

• Kills mold, bacteria, and viruses where they lurk

• Reduces system maintenance

• Reduces household odors

Blue-Tube UV should be installed by an HVAC professional.

Mold and other microbes can thrive in the moist interior of the air handler

Moldy cooling coils waste enegy and spread germs through the air system

With a UV light installed cleaned coils stay clean

Why does UV light kill germs?

UV-C light (the frequency used in germicidal UV lights) kills germs by disrupting their DNA which prevents them from reproducing, effectively killing them. In nature this frequency of light is filtered out by the Earth’s atmosphere so microbes have no defense against it.

 1. Is UV light safe for children and pets?

When a UV light system is installed in a central air system the germ killing effect takes place inside the air system and is limited to that area. There is no danger to any living thing in the home except microbes that are carried by the air into the central air system.

 2. Is it OK to look at the UV light?

Never look at the UV light when it is lit. UV-C light can give your eyes painful “sunburn”. Unplug or disconnect the unit to work on it.

 3. Our air system isn’t running so why is the UV light still on?

Mold and other biological contaminants will grow inside the air handler whether or not it’s running. Constant exposure to UV-C light keeps the air system clean.

 4. Can I upgrade my Blue-Tube UV with a different lamp?

Yes! All Blue-Tube and Fresh-Aire UV AHU lamps are interchangeable. When it’s time to replace your UV lamp you have 4 options to select from: 1 Year, 2 Year, 1 Year Odor Control, and 2 Year Odor Control.

 5. My ‘1 Year’ UV light still glows after 2 years –

Do I need to replace it?

Yes, over time the UV effectiveness of the lamps decreases even though the lamp may still be putting out visible light. ‘1 Year’ and ‘2 Year’ lamp designations refer to effective UV output not when the lamp will burn out.

 6. Will a UV light system kill mold in the walls?

No. UV-C germicidal irradiation can only kill microbes on surfaces that the light shines on directly (surface kills) or that pass by in the air stream (airborne kill).

Hopefully you’ve gained some valuable knowledge from this post. If you have any further questions or would like to have one of our seasoned technicians come out and take a look at your unit, please feel free to contact the Aloha Air Conditioning office Toll-Free today at 855-88-ALOHA (25642).



Cooling with Intertherm Air Conditioners

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Split System Air Conditioners have an outdoor section and an indoor section.The outdoor section features the compressor and fan, but it uses the indoor sections (such as a furnace or air handler) to distribute cool air.

Single Package Air Conditioners features all of the components of a split system but in a single outdoors section. Simply put, the blower is housed with the air conditioning components.

The structure of your home is key to selecting the proper air conditioner. For example, split system units are commonly used in the Midwest because most homes feature basements with gas furnaces. Single packaged units are more common in the southeast region where homes may have a crawl space instead of a basement – making the single packaged unit more space efficient.



How to protect your Air Conditioning from Hurricane

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Storms don’t just bring rain and wind. They also cause power outages that can leave you without the comfort of your air conditioning and other home appliances for hours or days. Check out Ready.gov for ways to prepare your entire home for bad weather. Be sure to take special care with your A/C system, so you can stay cool between storms.

PROTECTING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER

Below are 5 steps you can take before, during and after a storm to minimize damage to your air conditioner and get it up and running faster when the power comes back on.

  1. Pre-cool your home. If you think your power may go out during a storm, go ahead and cool your home in advance so you can stay comfortable until power is restored. Set your thermostat to a cooler setting than usual, close curtains and blinds and keep doors and window shut to keep the cold air inside.
  2. Turn off electricity to your air conditioner. Electrical surges from lightning strikes during the storm can damage your A/C unit. There’s also a chance that debris could get stuck in your outdoor unit and burn out the motor. Play it safe by shutting off power to your A/C system. We recommend you turn off power from your thermostat and circuit breaker.
  3. Cover your outdoor A/C unit. This step is only really necessary if you’re expecting a hurricane and high winds. After you’ve turned off your air conditioner, cover it with a tarp or plywood to protect it from flying debris. High winds can knock down branches and trees that could damage your unit if they land on it. Be sure to remove the covering as soon as it’s safely possible. Keeping your unit covered too long can trap moisture which leads to mold and mildew.
  4. Secure the unit. If you have an elevated air conditioner on a second story, be sure to secure your outdoor condenser unit with hurricane straps to keep it in place during strong wind gusts. If your area is prone to flooding, you may want to get an HVAC professional to elevate your unit for better protection.
  5. Check for damage before you turn your air back on. This is one of the most important steps. Don’t forget to assess the storm damage before you turn your system back on. Flooding or flying debris could have damaged your unit and turning it on can make the problem worse. Also, storm winds many cause disconnections within your AC unit, which could lead to toxic refrigerant leaks. Do turn your A/C on as soon as it seems safe. This will keep mold and mildew from settling in.

Customers can count on Alohaac Rheem® Air Conditioner Contractor for the right residential Rheem® air conditioning system; at the right price and at the right time. Our reputation and experience give our residential customers confidence and peace of mind. Contact us today for a free quote. We are at your service, just a phone call away.

To learn more about our air conditioning installation services, contact the Aloha Rheem® Air Conditioning Contractor office today at  855-88-ALOHA (25642).



Air Conditioners need breathing room or they will break

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Like most people, your air conditioner’s outside unit needs its space—otherwise it cannot work properly. To know why, you need to know how a central air conditioner works.

Here is a brief overview:

Your central AC has an indoor unit and an outside unit. The inside unit absorbs heat from your home’s air and then transfers the heat to the outside unit, which then dumps the heat outside.

To disperse heat, the outside unit needs plenty of airflow, which is why your outside unit has a fan. (Think of it like when you blow on a spoonful of soup before you take a bite.)

However, a decorative air conditioner cover restricts airflow around the unit. Restricting airflow can cause the air conditioner’s compressor to overheat and die.

That is awful news for you.

The compressor is the metal “heart” of the outside unit. In addition, once it needs replacing, you might as well replace the entire outside unit. Yes, a compressor is that expensive to replace.

H2- why you need to clean the outside Air Conditioner unit twice a year

While you may not have a decorative Air conditioner cover, you may have other things that can cause the same problem, including:

  • A fence surrounding the outside unit (there needs to be a minimum of 2 ft of space between the unit and the fence)
  • Small tree branches
  • Dirt

All these restrict airflow and cause your AC to work inefficiently, meaning you have higher energy bills.

One common problem we would like to highlight here is dirt. The outside unit is always exposed to the outside elements, so the unit often gets covered in dirt, dust, grass and leaves.

That is why air conditioning manufacturers recommend an annual checkup. Get one from Aloha Ac Rheem® air conditioner contractor today now!

Call Aloha Ac Rheem® air conditioner contractor Today serves the air conditioning needs of Broward and the surrounding cities.

H2- This outside AC unit could use some cleaning

That is why you should clean the outside unit at least twice a year.

You can either clean it yourself using a special coil foaming cleaner and water sprayer (make sure you use a gentle setting).

Alternatively, you can have a professional do it. Most contractors will wash the outside unit as part of an Air conditioner maintenance visit. In South Florida, your Air conditioner needs maintenance at least twice a year because we use it so often.

Maintenance also helps prevent the AC from breaking down, which is a handy benefit if you want constantly cool air during our sizzling, wipe-your-sweaty-brow-every-5-seconds summers.

Spring is usually your best bet to get maintenance, because it is easier to schedule an appointment with a contractor.

Customers can count on Alohaac Rheem® Air Conditioner Contractor for the right residential Rheem® air conditioning system; at the right price and at the right time. Our reputation and experience give our residential customers confidence and peace of mind. Contact us today for a free quote. We are at your service, just a phone call away.

 

To learn more about our air conditioning installation services, contact the Aloha Rheem® Air Conditioning Contractor office today at  855-88-ALOHA (25642).

 



Should I Replace or Repair My Air Conditioner Equipment?

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If you’ve ever found yourself wondering, should I repair or replace my air conditioner? How long will my air conditioning last?
Those are questions everyone has pondered at some point. Now, I will answer all the important questions regarding air conditioning replacement vs. repairing the old unit.
There are a lot of good reasons to replace an air conditioner, but it should never be your only choice, as everything can be fixed. If old things couldn’t be retro-fitted or repaired there would be no antique cars on the road. And there are plenty of those, that being said it may not be a good idea to repair an old unit or there may be numerous other reasons that might make replacing the old ac system with a newer model. Newer model air conditioners have come a long way in technology, in ways of efficiency and comfort.

Good reasons to replace an air conditioner are:

1. If you are paying too much in power – Today a new air conditioner can lower a power bill by so much that in some cases, we can finance a new system for $80 a month and then we lower the power bill by $100 which is like saving $20 a month and getting a new system and warranty. If you are one of the ones paying too much in power than keeping your old system is a waste, it’s just math.

2. Your unit is 12 or more years old – Technology has come a long way in 12 years we can make your home 10 times more comfortable with stable temperatures using new 2 stage technology. And energy efficiency has doubled in 12 years.

3. You have a bad compressor and your system is over 8 years old – Compressors are very expensive and are the hearts of air conditioners. If your compressor fails consider replacement as some compressors are 50% the cost of a whole new system and the new system would have 5 or 10 years warranty vs. a 1 year warranty on a replacement compressor. And after a replacement compressor, the new one usually doesn’t last as long as the original because any blockage or other failing parts are already worn starting on day one of your new compressors life.

4. Your coil is rusted – If your coils start rusting and leaking, fixing a leak is only a Band-Aid as rust means another leak will occur guaranteed.

5. Your home has hot or cold rooms – If you have rooms that are always hotter or cooler than other rooms certain times a year, it may be caused by improper duct balancing or from an improperly sized air conditioner. Either way consider this when deciding whether to repair or replace?

6. If your air conditioner takes r-22 Freon you may want to consider replacement – The E.P.A. has deemed r-22 Freon deadly to the ozone. New systems are using r-410A which is ozone safe but also a new r-410A system will blow colder air for less electricity making it the green choice for many reasons. R-22 systems are coming more costly to repair due to the difficulty and price of obtaining r-22 after the government regulations.
I won’t make a list for why to keep your old unit because; if none of the reasons above apply to you then you should just fix or keep your old unit. But when faced with a decision to repair or replace you should simply know all the benefits of replacement and then decide if it makes sense to you at that time.

The benefits to a new air conditioner are:

A new air conditioner can lower the energy consumption by as much as 60% depending on your situation.

A variable speed system will circulate air through the entire home eliminating the need for fans and it will do it with only 80 watts of power.

A Variable speed system even out temperatures from room to room – imagine never having a hot spot, room or flash.

A new unit is quiet

New systems come with 10 year warranties

There you have it, replacing an air conditioner can benefit you by providing a more stable temperature in the home and lowering a power bill by 60% but if your air conditioner is already installed right and all your rooms are same temperature and your power bills are already low then you’re in good shape. But don’t forget to get a routine maintenance check-up because if your machine is ok now, we want to keep it that way.



Keep Your HVAC in Good Shape this Summer

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Your air conditioning system will be working overtime in the Florida heatwave this summer – follow Alohaac tips to ensure your heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit (HVAC) is working at its best:

1. Don’t let your HVAC work more than is necessary. And don’t let your office get too hot before turning it on. It’s key to regulate your temperature so as not to stress your unit. Keep doors and windows closed when your AC is turned on, and keep shades and curtains drawn on very hot days. Avoid having direct sunlight streaming in through doors and windows. As much as possible, don’t operate other heat-generating appliances in the daytime when your AC is going to be working.

2. Replace your air filters on a regular basis. Do this at least once every 3 months. Experts estimate that you can reduce your energy cost by as much as 10% by keeping up on this task. And the cleaner air will benefit your staff’s health as well. Air conditioning energy assessments are often undervalued!

3. Keep your thermostat constant. Changing your thermostat’s setting constantly can result in inefficiency. If you wish you can increase the temperature by a few degrees in the day time while you are away. When in cooling mode, switch on your AC fan to prevent hot or cold pockets from forming. This can also help prevent your condenser from icing up.

4. Keep your outside unit free of dust and dirt. Clear plants and other items from around its perimeter for at least 12-18 inches. Ensure also that indoor vents remain unobstructed to keep air circulation going for industrial air conditioning, this is so important.

5. Schedule regular tune-ups Have a reliable HVAC technician perform maintenance checks on your unit, preferably before the beginning of summer.

Our staff is fully trained in the HVAC techniques required to ensure this process is carried out efficiently. The result is that your air will be fresher, easier to breathe, and less likely to cause allergic reactions.

To learn more about how our Air Duct Cleaning Fort Lauderdale services can benefit your home, contact the Aloha Air Conditioning, Inc. office Toll-Free today at 855-88-ALOHA (25642).



Go Green and Save Money

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Go Green and Save Money
Aloha Air Conditioning, Inc agrees to perform the following:
Energy Efficiency Tune-up on the air conditioning equipment identified an
covered at the job address:
  • Check Refrigerant charge.
  • Clean Condensate pan and lines.
  • Check Refrigerant pressures.
  • Install Algae tablets.
  • Check Temperature split across coils.
  • Check Electrical components for amp draw and operation.
  • Tighten Electrical connections.
  • Check unit for External Corrosion.
  • Lubricate Bearings.
  • Check Belt wear and adjust tension.
All Energy Efficiency Agreement customers will receive 10% labor
discount on any regular service provided throughout the year.
Call Aloha (954) 772-0079/(561) 368-1991 or e-mail us at [email protected]
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
General Conditions:
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. This agreement is not intended to maintain indoor air quality.
  4. No service will be rendered under this agreement if customer has past due account.
  5. This Performance Tune-up agreement will automatically self renew by payment of the invoice from
  6. year to year. Cancellation by either party requires a thirty- (30) day prior written notice.


Self-Contained, Ceiling-Mounted Air Conditioners: A Cost-Effective Solution for Server Rooms.

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As businesses become more and more dependent on computers and telecom equipment to keep their critical operations running 24/7, they face a new challenge that often takes them by surprise:

How to keep their server or telecom room cool when the building’s central air conditioning system is inadequate or is otherwise turned off—such as during off hours, weekends and holidays, or during cold-weather months, when the HVAC system is in heating mode.

Adding to the difficulty is a lack of floor space. A relatively new class of self-contained, ceiling-mounted air conditioners can provide a cost-effective, space-saving solution.

• Self-contained, all-in-one units have lower installation costs than mini-splits or precision cooling systems

• No penetration of wall or roof required

• No outside condensing unit to maintain

• Compact size fits easily above drop ceiling, takes up no floor space

Contact Aloha Air Conditioning sales team for details.



A Simple Hvac Heating and Cooling System Duct Test Can Save You Money

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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 https://www.fpl.com/


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