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  • Consider Spray Foam Insulation Designed for Jacksonville Users

    Donovan Eco-Logic is a new soy-based Spray Foam Insulation, formulated for uses in the demanding Jacksonville climate. A quality product, our Jacksonville Spray Foam Insulation not only reduces heating and cooling bills, but significantly contributes to a greater level of your indoor comfort and improved energy efficiency. Until recently, most Jacksonville spray foam insulation products […]

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  • AC Repair in Jacksonville, Florida

    Few things can be as frustrating or uncomfortable as an airconditioning system that’s not working properly. When that happens to you, you can rely on Donovan to correctly diagnose and make the proper AC repairs fast. Heating and Air Conditioning Repair in Jacksonville:Donovan repairs and services all brands of residential and commercial heating and air […]

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  • Jacksonville, Florida Goes Green with Solar Panels

    The use of Solar panels in Jacksonville can significantly cut your energy costs and will pay for themselves over time.With colder temperatures here, and when the summer heat rolls back around, electricity costs will rise as we crank-up ourNorth Florida heating and air conditioning units. One way to reduce these electric bills is to think […]

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  • Beaches Energy Services Now Offering Rebate Program

    It’s time for an Energy Rebate: Beaches Energy Services is now offering a rebate program for selected energy efficient home improvements. So if you want to conserve energy, lower your energy bills, and help protect the environment… it’s a good time to call Donovan Heat & Air.904.685-8355 With these rebates – dollar credits applied directly […]

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  • I was so impressed with the service that I received!

    I know that I spoke to you about this, but I was so impressed with the service that I received that I feel compelled to put it in writing. On Friday, I discovered that my listing at 14073 Lumberton Falls Drive had a problem with the heat pump installed in 2002 by your company. We […]

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  • Why AC automatically switches to Heat Pump mode

    That’s a question we hear all the time as colder temps are causing Jacksonville air conditioning systems are automatically switching to heat pump mode. Typically, an HVAC thermostat will have buttons for “Heat”, “Auxiliary Heat” and “Emergency Heat”. Here’s what they mean: “Auxiliary Heat”: Is the balance point, when you heat pump can no longer […]

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  • Your Heating System and Common Problems

    At this time of the year we get a lot of people calling in panic, saying things like… “HELP! My outdoor ac unit is on fire!” “A large puff of smoke came from the outdoor unit” “My HVAC unit is making a loud grinding noise” “There is water around my outside cooling unit” “My heat […]

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  • Indoor Air and Your Health

    According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – Living and working with poor indoor air quality can have a real effect on your health. Immediate effects may show up as irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. More serious effects including asthma, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, and humidifier fever, may also show up […]

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  • Cold temperatures are here…

    While winter in Northeast Florida isn’t nearly as bad as in other parts of the country, it still gets cold. Here are some small steps you can take to trim back energy use and save on utility bills. Around your home or business: Lighting: Use the new energy efficient bulbs to replace old style incandescent […]

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  • Proper AC Installation and Specs are Critical for Comfort

    Your new Jacksonville heating and air conditioning system can only perform at peak levels of efficiency, comfort and safety if it’s properly sized and installed. A poorly installed HVAC system can reduce a system’s efficiency and life expectancy by as much as 50%. And an improperly sized unit will not only raise utility costs, but […]

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