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Why Is My Home Air Conditioner Blowing Hot Air?

Posted on: April 30, 2019

The last thing you want your Florida air conditioner to do is to blow hot or warm air. There’s plenty of that to be had outdoors, and you need your system to be providing cool, crisp air in addition to a measure of dehumidification. Are you searching for an answer to “why is my AC […]

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Why Won’t My AC Turn On?

Posted on: March 28, 2019

There’s no worse feeling than trying to turn on the air conditioner only to find that it won’t run. If you want to try troubleshooting the issues on your own first, here are some things to do before calling an HVAC company for help. Check the Thermostat Setting Make sure it’s set to “cool.” This […]

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Why Did My AC Stop Working?

Posted on: January 30, 2018

With the hot, humid summers in the Lakeland area, it can be very frustrating when your air conditioner breaks down, especially if you have to wait a while for repairs. While most problems should be handled by a professional, there are some simple things you may be able to correct yourself. Common Causes of AC […]

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Why Does My AC Smell Bad?

Posted on: January 18, 2018

When your air conditioner is operating normally, there should be little to no smell coming from the air vents, although you may occasionally detect a slightly musty odor on startup. Strong, continuous odors may be a sign that there is a problem with your air conditioning system and, in most cases, it is best to have a […]

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Why Is My Furnace Making Weird Noises?

Posted on: December 29, 2017

Is your furnace making some odd rumbling, clanking, or humming sounds? We think your furnace might be trying to tell you something! But what, you say? Follow along with the certified heating team at Iceberg Air Conditioning & Heating to find out. What Do These Noises Mean? It’s safe to say that no matter what […]

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Why Is My Furnace Blowing Cool Air?

Posted on: November 29, 2017

When a furnace first turns on, it is relatively common for cool air to be blown out of the ductwork for a few seconds, until it is replaced by heated air. If your furnace continues to blow cool air, however, there may be a problem with your thermostat or the furnace itself. Common Reasons Why a Furnace […]

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What Are the Differences Between Heat Pumps and Air Conditioners?

Posted on: November 12, 2017

In the Lakeland area, both heat pumps and air conditioners are popular options for cooling a home. At a basic level, both system work nearly the same. A refrigerant is used to absorb heat from your home in the summer and release it outdoors, leaving the interior cool and comfortable. A heat pump, however, can […]

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How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted on: October 25, 2017

Are you dealing with dust, pollen, mold spores, or similar indoor air pollutants in your home? Not only can this debris worsen allergies, it can also make you or your family members sick. Here are some tips from the indoor air quality experts at Iceberg Cooling detailing the best ways to improve air quality! What You Can […]

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Choosing the Best HVAC Maintenance Agreement in Florida

Posted on: September 19, 2017

When it comes to caring for your home’s heating and cooling systems, you want a team that focuses on the quality of their service. You should never be caught in a situation where there’s a sudden breakdown in your system that you didn’t anticipate. That’s why Iceberg Cooling offers top-class maintenance service agreements. What Are […]

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Is a Heat Pump Better Than an Air Conditioner for Florida Weather?

Posted on: August 30, 2017

When it comes to beating the Florida heat and keeping your home at a comfortable temperature, it’s important to choose the unit that’s best fit for the job. Though both air conditioners and heat pumps are equipped to handle the high temperatures, a heat pump is a better choice. The biggest difference between the two […]

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