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Why Is My Heat Pump Going Into Defrost Mode?

Posted on: October 28, 2020

Your heat pump is an integral part of your heating and cooling system. Your heat pump’s job is to use a refrigerant to transfer warmer thermal energy from the cool outdoor air to the indoors to provide a source of heat. In the warmer months it uses this same process to draw the heat out of […]

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Why Is My Heat Pump Blowing Cold Air?

Posted on: October 14, 2020

With the mild winters in West Volusia County, heat pumps are a popular and cost-effective way to provide both heating and cooling for a home. They tend to be quite reliable, but as with any mechanical system they can break down or malfunction every so often. If your heat pump has started blowing cold air […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Home Energy Savings

Posted on: July 28, 2020

In an effort to save money and protect the environment, homeowners are looking for more ways to reduce energy usage while maintaining comfort. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, up to 50% or more of the average monthly energy consumption in homes across the country is used for heating and cooling, highlighting the need to ensure your HVAC system is […]

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Don’t Use Ceiling Fans in Winter? Here’s Why You Should

Posted on: February 19, 2020

Your ceiling fans are great for cooling your home during the summer months. Did you know that you can also use ceiling fans in winter to enhance the warmth and comfort of your home? Not only do they offer warmth, but ceiling fans used in winter can also provide energy savings. It’s a win-win combination […]

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Does My Florida Home Need a Dehumidifier?

Posted on: January 16, 2020

With the punishing humidity in DeLand and the surrounding areas of Florida, the summer heat can feel far worse than it is. If your air conditioner cannot keep up with the moisture inside your home, it may be time to consider a whole-house dehumidifier. Is your home hot, humid, and uncomfortable? Call Jacob Heating & […]

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4 HVAC Tips for Surviving a Florida Winter

Posted on: December 18, 2019

Florida winters aren’t exactly known for their brutality. Still, the chilly weather can leave many homeowners seeking ways to keep their HVAC systems in peak condition. With these four simple tips, you can prepare your home’s HVAC system to provide you with total comfort all season long. Tip 1: Clean Your Furnace’s Air Ducts When […]

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5 Tell-Tale Signs Your AC Is Failing

Posted on: May 31, 2019

Summer is heating up fast here in West Volusia County, FL. How is your air conditioner holding up? In our hot, humid climate, you won’t make it very long without a functioning AC unit. But how can you tell if yours is about to break down? Watch for these five tell-tale signs your AC is […]

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Why Does My AC Smell Funny?

Posted on: May 1, 2019

When you turn on your air conditioner, you expect cool, refreshing air to exit the supply registers. If you are instead greeted with the smell of mold, dirty socks, or sewage, you’ve got a problem! Here are some possible reasons why your AC smells funny along with the most likely causes. The AC Smells Musty […]

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Tempstar AC Service in DeLand, FL

Posted on: October 1, 2018

In DeLand, Jacob Heating & Air Conditioning provides Tempstar AC service with the quality of customer care and equipment expertise that you deserve. We are a leader in Tempstar AC service, along with other leading AC manufacturer brands. We offer the highest standards of excellence for maintenance, service, and repairs. If you need service for […]

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How Do You Fix a Frozen Air Conditioner?

Posted on: August 27, 2018

Any DeLand local can tell you that an operational air conditioner is absolutely vital for surviving the summer months. It’s hot, it’s humid, and you need dependable cooling if you want to avoid melting into a puddle! So what do you do when your air conditioner starts cooling a little too much? What causes an […]

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