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Did you know May is National BBQ Month? With Florida’s warm weather season in full swing, now’s the time to fire up the grill and put these tips to work. Essential BBQ Tips for The Grill Clean: Wash hands and surfaces thoroughly. Preheat: If you are using a coal-fired grill, light the coals at least 30 minutes prior to cooking. […]

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What Causes Dirty Sock Syndrome?

Have you ever turned on your heater only to be greeted by a disgusting smell coming through the vents? If so, you’ve likely experienced dirty sock syndrome firsthand. Dirty sock syndrome is a familiar problem that plagues HVAC systems, which can leave your commercial building smelling more so like a sweaty locker room rather than your business. Luckily, dirty sock syndrome […]

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Just because it’s humid outside doesn’t mean it should be humid indoors. Considering the summer months can be the most humid time of the year, fighting humidity can feel like an uphill battle. Fortunately, removing the humidity in your office or commercial space can be pretty simple. Learn more here. Need Commercial AC services right now? We offer 24/7 emergency service. […]

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When most people think of humidity, they immediately think of discomfort. You know, those hot, muggy summer days that cause your shirt to stick to your back and your hair to frizz like prom night in the ‘80s. However, while too much humidity can cause discomfort, humidity is actually an important factor in keeping your business comfortable too. Having too […]

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How to Clean AC Coils Inside Unit | Cleaning Condenser Coils

When it comes to keeping your business comfortable, there is nothing more important than having a reliable air conditioner. However, over time, even the very best of ACs can begin to fall into disrepair. That’s why it’s important to regularly clean, tune and schedule professional maintenance your air conditioner. Having clean condenser coils will make your AC run cooler and […]

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Uh oh. You forgot to throw out that gallon of milk before closing the restaurant for a long weekend. Or perhaps that forgotten bag of potatoes has rotted at the bottom of your crisper drawer. While tossing these remnants is simple enough, sometimes they can leave a powerful odor behind that seems to permeate every inch of your refrigerator. Fortunately, […]

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When you’re crossing off your spring cleaning checklist, don’t forget to look up! Your kitchen exhaust fan and hood get really (and we mean really) dirty over time. The grates are intended to collect all types of grease and grime, but they need to be routinely cleaned to work as effectively as possible. Learn how to clean a greasy kitchen hood and […]

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Do's and Don'ts of Commercial Cooking Equipment Safety

Kitchen Tools and Equipment Safety Procedures Food service can be a hazardous business, especially when it comes to the many pieces of commercial equipment required to operate and run a successful kitchen. Let’s take a look commercial kitchen equipment that can pose potentially harmful risks, as well as the do’s and don’ts when it comes to operating and maintaining them. Commercial Kitchen […]

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What Daylight Savings Time Means for Your Maryland Energy Bill

Are you ready to spring forward this Sunday? While lots of us dread losing an hour of our precious weekend, the time change can also influence your energy consumption. Daylight savings time can result in higher energy bills for residents of Maryland. Even though heaters and furnaces will mostly be turned to off for the next few months, energy bills […]

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Like any other appliance in your kitchen, pressure cookers can encounter issues, and influence cooking time, food quality and the like. Fortunately, troubleshooting pressure cooker problems is easier than you may think, and often times doesn’t even require the help of a professional to diagnose the issue. If you’re experiencing a problem with your pressure cooker, read on to learn […]

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