Back to School Doesn’t Have to Mean Back to Sneezing

After a fun summer, the kids are finally back to school. It’s been almost a month since those school buses started rolling down your street, and although everyone is excited for new classes, new friends, and the book fair, some have come down with what teachers call the back-to-school plague: coughing, sneezing, and generally feeling … Read moreBack to School Doesn’t Have to Mean Back to Sneezing

Now Hiring in Dallas: Service Technician

Smart, dependable, hard working person wanted to add to our Joe W. Fly Co., Inc. family. Apply in person at 4820 Memphis St. Dallas, TX 75207. Or call Matt at 682-812-1056 Service Technician (Dallas) Established (1967), growing company looking to add another energetic, reliable person for installing air filters in commercial & industrial buildings throughout … Read moreNow Hiring in Dallas: Service Technician

December 2018 eNewsletter: How to Save Money & Conserve Energy This Winter

The winter chill is here! Learn how to save money this season with simple tips for your home. Change Your Air Filters When dust clogs the filter, the HVAC unit has to work harder and harder to pull air through. Replacing your filter at least every few months will save you some money and extend … Read moreDecember 2018 eNewsletter: How to Save Money & Conserve Energy This Winter

Flu Prevention with Surface Disinfection

October is upon us! This season brings cooler temperatures, fall leaves, pumpkins, trick-or-treaters, and unfortunately, the flu. How can you prevent the flu from striking your home or work this year? The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends: Stay home if you’re sick, to help prevent germs from spreading to family, friends, and colleagues. Practice … Read moreFlu Prevention with Surface Disinfection

How to Eliminate Microbial Growth in Your HVAC

Microbial growth in your HVAC system can reduce energy efficiency and contaminate the air in your building. This is a particular risk in hot, humid areas like Houston and along the Texas coast, but it can occur in buildings anywhere. Inside the HVAC system it is often cold, dark, and wet—providing the perfect environment for … Read moreHow to Eliminate Microbial Growth in Your HVAC