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Marshalls LLC Air Conditioning is a Florida licensed & insured Contractor located in Lakeland, Florida. Marshalls
LLC Air Conditioning of Lakeland Fl, has been servicing the Lakeland and Central Florida areas since 1992.
We provide residential and commercial air conditioning repair, cleaning, as well as complete professional air conditioning
replacement. You can rest assured that when you choose Marshalls LLC Air Conditioning to serve your cooling needs, you’ve
made the best choice among the air conditioning companies in the Lakeland and all of the Central Florida.
* Replacement Air Conditioning
* New Air Conditioning Installation.
* Air Conditioning and Heating Repairs.
Air Conditioning Ductwork.
* Mobile Home Package Unit
* Exhaust Fans & Ventilation.
* Ductless Air Conditioning Systems.
* Service & Preventive Maintenance.
Engineering for Commerical Projects.
* Roof Top
Package Air Conditioning Units.
What is a SEER?
Air conditioning SEER is a standard of measurement of seasonal
cooling efficiency under an average number of weather changes over a season.
SEER stands for "Seasonal Energy Efficiency
How does SEER rating affect my power usage?
The higher the SEER number in
Air conditioning, the more energy efficient the unit. Higher SEER rating air conditioners and heat pumps can pay for their
cost many times over because they consume less electricity. And the savings continue year after year.
If I buy a more efficient air conditioning
unit, can I buy a smaller one?
not. A more efficient Air conditioning unit does not mean it will have more Air conditioning capacity. It only means that
the new Air conditioning unit will operate more efficiently and with less energy cost when compared to the old Air conditioning
What are the benefits of zone controllers?
Not all areas in your home need
to be maintained at the same temperature. You can save money and get more control over your family's Air conditioning comfort
by having a zone control Air conditioning system installed. Ask us about them.
Do programmable thermostats really make
a difference in my air conditioner usage?
New programmable thermostats allow you to adjust heating and cooling to fit the time of day and even your vacation
schedule. Should you replace your thermostats? Call us and ask.
How should I use a programmable thermostat?
It is most efficient to find the temperature
setting that feels most comfortable to you and leave the thermostat set there. Although, a programmable thermostat allows
you to set the desired temperature based on the time of day or your daily activities. As an example, if you are at work from
8 AM to 5 PM, you could set the thermostat to 84 degrees during those hours. If you want the house cooled down by the time
you get home, program the thermostat to cool the house approximately one hour before you usually arrive home. Remember, a
programmable thermostat may cost a little more than a standard thermostat but it can save you money in all seasons.
How do I know if I have adequate insulation?
We'll inspect your home to determine
if more attic insulation could cut your monthly Air conditioning energy bills.
How is an air conditioning or heat pump
system sized to a house?
practice for sizing air conditioning and heat pump systems is to do what is called a heat load calculation on the structure.
To do this, a manual called Manual J is used. Manual J will help the air conditioning company size the air conditioning equipment
based on the outdoor design temperatures, attic and Wall insulation, window types and locations, elevation of the home, and
other structural and environmental factors.
With the help
of Manual J, the air conditioning contractor will look at the capacity at (or near) the design temperature, not the nominal
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Air Conditioning equipment can benefit in many ways from annual service.
They are less likely to suffer a major break down
They have a longer life span
They increase your
They operate for less money.
If you don't service your air conditioner or heat pump regularly,
you'll find yourself uncomfortable and broke.
Both air conditioning condensing units and heat pumps benefit
equally from annual service tune-ups. An air conditioner is a very tough piece of equipment. It is engineered to withstand
all sorts of abuse and keep on running. This is great in most respects, but it can lead to complacency about maintenance.
Without regular maintenance an air conditioner looses about 5% of it's original efficiency for each year of operation. This
means that the 10 SEER unit that you bought just a few years ago may be functioning like a 8 SEER unit today! The good news
is that you can recover most of that lost efficiency through regular maintenance. Studies show that with regular tune-ups
a unit will maintain up to 95% of it's original efficiency. This means that the cost of an annual tune-up is recovered very
quickly in savings on your monthly electric bill and reduced repair costs. A properly serviced air conditioner will also do
a better job of dehumidifying your home.
Our Tune-up includes cleaning the condensing unit coils with coil cleaner, checking the amp draw of the compressor,
oiling the fan motors, checking the condition of your air handler coils for mold, and checking the system operating pressures
and temperature. A system that is only 10% low on refrigerant will cost about 20% more to operate!
some things in addition to yearly tune-ups that you can do to help ensure a high level of comfort and proper system operation:
filters and change them regularly
Keep bushes and other materials away from the outside unit of your air conditioner
Avoid closing supply air outlets in your house. In almost all cases, closing supply outlets is harmful to the operation
of the overall system
a new air conditioning system in a home that has not had central air conditioning system before will require the
installation of ductwork, insulation, refrigerant piping, electrical service, wiring, thermostat, condensate piping,, slabs,
filter, driers, registers, grills, drain pans and air handler. Beyond equipment, the most important component installed with
a new system, however, is the ductwork.
composed of two parts, supply and return. Supply duct is attached to the outflow of the new air conditioning system, delivering
air to each zone in a home. The amount of air reaching each zone is determined by the size of supply ductwork connecting it
to your system. We will help you determine the size of all the supply ductwork in your home. The second
part of the ductwork, the return duct, attaches to the inlet of the new air conditioning system and draws air out of the spaces
to be heated or cooled. Attached to the return duct is the filter. The filter should be placed as near to the furnace or air
handler as possible. Ductwork can be either fiberglass or metal and must be properly sized in order to evenly distribute the
proper amount of air to each room.