CLEAN AIR MEANS AN EFFICIENT SYSTEM 2 Benefits to a UV Filter
mean they don’t exist. It’s not uncommon to think that germs only occur on surfaces like bathrooms or kitchen countertops, but in fact, they are just as prominent in the air. Viruses and microbiological elements that circulate in the air can cause unforeseen illnesses. By installing a UV filter, you not only limit exposure, you completely eliminate it. Protect Your System When your HVAC system has to fight through dust and poor air quality, it has to work harder. The harder your system works, the more years you shave off its shelf life. By eliminating harmful elements, you can elongate the life cycle of your AC unit and furnace and the overall efficiency of your system. If you’re interested in learning more about UV, reach out to us today. Our team of experts is here to help you figure out the best solution to your air quality needs.
Being able to control the temperature in your house is certainly a luxury in the Orlando area, but while many people are focused on the thermostat, they lose sight of their home’s air quality. Residents elect for the ineptitude of paper filters while a highly effective alternative waits in the wings. Ultraviolet (UV) filters are a game-changing addition to any HVAC system. Where paper filters may catch dust and small allergens, they only do part of the job. Imagine an offensive line in football that just blocks a couple of players on every play. Would you want your team to function that way? A UV filter not only catches, but it kills everything by scrambling its biological makeup. It’s like having an offensive line that never allows a sack, and that’s just the beginning. Here are two significant benefits to installing a UV filter to your system. Protect Your House Just because you can’t see mold and allergens swirling around your home’s jet stream doesn’t
NEW CLIENT of the MONTH! TOM AND TRACY ADAM BEANS & GREENS RIGATONI Ingredients
• Juice of 1 lemon • Salt, for pasta
• 12 ounces rigatoni pasta • 1 bunch Tuscan kale, rinsed • 1 15-ounce can cannellini (white kidney) beans • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil • 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
water and to taste • 2 ounces fresh grated Parmigiano-Reggiano (optional)
1. In a large stock pot, boil 6 quarts of liberally salted water. On another burner, heat a large skillet to medium-low. 2. Add pasta to boiling water and cook for 3 minutes less than the package recommends. 3. While pasta is cooking, add beans, red pepper, and 2 tablespoons of oil to skillet. Cook until lightly browned, about 5 minutes. 4. Add cooked pasta, kale, and 1 cup pasta water to skillet. Toss vigorously as kale cooks, about 4 minutes. 5. Transfer to bowls, top with a squeeze of lemon, sprinkle with cheese or salt, and serve.
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