Everyone knows that Four Seasons is Charlotte County’s only Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, but did you know we’re also a Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Dealer?
Ductless systems, or mini-splits, are perfect for keeping every family member happy! Zoned comfort solutions provide year ‘round
comfort and are up to 40% more efficient than traditional systems.
Diamond Contractors are experts that can help design the perfect
system to bring you personalized comfort.
¨ Room by room temperature control
¨ Whisper-quiet operation
¨ Odor filtration
¨ Allergen filtration
¨ No more hot or cold rooms in your home
¨ Turn OFF unoccupied rooms
Mitsubishi ductless systems come in several colors to fit your interior and in many different styles. These units are also perfect for your lanai or garage. Call us today and see how Mitsubishi ductless systems can fit into your home, office or outdoor work space. 941-206-6131 or email us info@4SeasonsAC.com for more information.
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R-22 is a refrigerant (freon) that was used in air conditioning systems and heat pumps prior to January 1, 2010. The United States EPA reduced the production of R-22 in 2010. R-22 produced after January 1, 2010 can only be used for the repair of an existing R-22 air conditioning system. In other words, all new air conditioning systems produced after January 1, 2010 were designed to use the newer environmentally friendly R-410A refrigerant (freon). A mandatory production schedule was published by the EPA for R-22 that decreased yearly production with final phase out scheduled for January 1, 2020.
How Does This Affect My A/C System?
First, the price of R-22 refrigerant has surged over the past several years and will continue to rise as production of R-22 is completely phased out on January 1, 2020. This could drive up the cost of repairing and servicing older systems still using the refrigerant is already limited and continues to be phased out completely, availability of R-22 to air conditioning contractors will decline. In the future all air conditioning contractors may not always be able to guarantee to have R-22 on hand. This fact alone could make it difficult to complete repairs on older R-22 systems.
What Are My Options?
If you have an air conditioning system that uses R-22, you don’t have to go running out and buying a new system today. Continue to use your air conditioning system as you normally do, but you should make sure to properly maintain your unit to minimize higher maintenance costs due to mechanical breakdowns or refrigerant leaks.
For those of you that have an older system, you may want to get an idea of replacement costs for a new air conditioning system now in the event your system does fail this summer. Having peace of mind knowing what a new system will cost versus an expensive repair can help you make an educated decision instead of an uninformed one should your system have a mechanical failure this summer.
For more information on the R-22 phase out, free no obligation new system estimates and maintenance programs for older air conditioning systems, call Four Seasons Air Conditioning, Inc. at 941-206-6131.
Four Seasons Air Conditioning, Inc. and their Community Liason Cozi Ingerham were recently awarded the Business Partner of the Year Award by the Punta Gorda-Port Charlotte-North Port-Desoto Board of Realtors. This prestigious award is presented to one Business Partner to acknowledge their sponsorship and involvement with the Board of Realtor events, fund raisers and educational seminars. Cozi, who has been an employee of Four Seasons Air for nine years, helps to organize these events, fundraisers and seminars. Great job Cozi and to the entire Four Seasons team for everyone’s efforts year 'round!
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Nathan Carey is our Air Comfort Advisor and has been with Four Seasons 17 years. Nate is married with two adorable children.
Tyler Hamilton is a Production Supervisor. Tyler has been with us 18 years , starting in Production learning from the ground up. Tyler’s also the son of our
owner, Greg Hamilton.
Keith Bowman is a Production Supervisor and has been with us 22 years. Keith is married and in his spare time loves to fish.
What does Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) mean?
IAQ refers to the air quality in your home, especially as it relates to your health and comfort.
What causes poor indoor air quality?
Things you can see, smell, or touch such as pollen, dust, second-hand smoke, mold, pet hair and
dander. Things you can’t see or smell like carbon monoxide or nitrogen dioxide gases caused by
improperly vented fuel-burning appliances such as space heaters, wood burning fireplaces, propane fireplaces, gas water heaters or gas dryers. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are chemicals that evaporate into the air and are found in paints, cleaning supplies, hair spray, pesticides, air fresheners and dry-cleaned clothing.
What are the effects on my family?
¨ All of these pollutants can cause health problems such as sore eyes, burning in the nose and throat, headaches, fatigue, allergies, and asthma.
How can I make my indoor air quality better and help keep my family healthy?
¨ Regularly change your air filters. If you still find that you have symptoms of sore eyes, burning, headaches, etc., you may want to see if your air ducts need to be cleaned.
¨ Inspect fuel-burning appliances regularly for leaks and make repairs when necessary.
¨ Install an air purification system in your HVAC
system to wash the air you breath before you breathe it, and reduce microbials and harmful
1 box (18.25 oz) red velvet cake mix
1 cup butter, divided
1 package (about 36) whole Oreos
1 bag (11.5 oz) milk chocolate chips (about 1.5 cups)
1 bag (12 oz) mini chocolate chips (about 1.5 cups)
1 cup (1/2 pint) heavy whipping cream
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a 9×13 baking dish with foil and coat with cooking spray. Beat together cake mix, 1/2 cup melted butter, and 2 eggs until fully combined and smooth. Press into the bottom of prepared pan and bake for 15-18 mins, until just set. Do not overbake.
Crush whole Oreos in a Ziploc bag or food processor into fine crumbs. Stir together with remaining 1/2 cup melted butter and mix well. Pour over baked red velvet brownies and gently press down in an even layer.
Place the milk chocolate chips in a medium-sized bowl. Bring the heavy cream to a low boil, then pour over chips. Let sit for 5 minutes, then whisk together until completely smooth and thick. Pour over Oreo layer. Top with mini chocolate chips. Refrigerate for 30-45 mins to allow chocolate ganache to set up. Cut into bars and serve.