In this post, we’ll walk you through eight types of residential air conditioners. We’ll discuss their use cases, energy efficiency, and compare their cost. Finally, we’ll give you our recommendation as to which types of air conditioners are best for Florida homes.
On January 1, 2023, new federal tax credits came into effect under the Inflation Reduction Act. You can receive credits covering up to 30% of the project cost for a wide range of home energy efficiency improvements, including equipment like air conditioners, heat pumps, and heat pump water heaters, and more.
Besides layering on blankets and clothing, sipping hot beverages, and hiking up the thermostat, how else can you keep warm at home during chilly weather in Florida? The following are several ideas to help you stay cozy.
Is a ductless system right for you? To help you decide, we’ll guide you through the basics of what a ductless system is and what applications they’re best suited for. Plus, we’ll discuss how they stack up against other types of air conditioning in efficiency, aesthetics, cost, and ease of installation.
I called Kobie's number at 8:20 this evening and told the operator that our air conditioner had quit working. Within 10 min. your serviceman, Jonathan, called to ask about the problem. About 20 min. later he arrived, and fortunately it was not a major problem. I have the service contract and I must say how completely satisfied I am with the service from your company, and how friendly Jonathan was.I was amazed that we could get service that quick on a August night in Florida.We are sure glad we had this unit installed by Kobie in 2011.Bill & Linda C. - Venice FL