Archive for May, 2011

Sansone Corporation Wins 2011 Carrier President”s Award!

Friday, May 27th, 2011




Annual Award Honors Outstanding HVAC Dealers

Sansone Corporation was recently awarded the 2011 Presidentís Award from Carrier Corp. The Deerfield Beach, FL based HVAC dealer was selected and honored at the 2011 Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer (FAD) meeting on April 1, 2011 in Las Vegas.

Presidentís Awards are presented annually to an elite group of Carrier dealers who exemplify the companyís model for operational excellence, business effectiveness and delivering the best in cutting-edge technology to consumers. Carrier also rewards dealers who are committed to providing excellent customer service and who are dedicated to the Carrier brand. Winners go above and beyond the call of duty in the industry with a dependable, consumer-focused work ethic.

ìCarrier Presidentís Award recipients focus on delivering exceptional products and service to customers while appropriately leveraging the value and trust behind Americaís first, true HVAC brand. Their successes often exceed our expectations. Itís our privilege to honor them,î said Bob McDonough, president, Residential and Commercial Systems, Carrier Corp. ìWinners will enjoy added rewards in the form of support from the Carrier family exclusive to Presidentís Award recipients, and therefore, continue to shape, grow and succeed in their business.î

ìSansone Corporation has successfully demonstrated ongoing technical expertise, while serving as a leader in promoting the Carrier brand and raising the standard for HVAC equipment sales,î said Bob McDonough, president, Residential and Commercial Systems, Carrier Corp. ìMoreover, this dealership is committed to service excellence and provides exceptional customer care ñ going above and beyond the call of duty in the industry with a solid, consumer-focused work ethic.î

Sansone Corporation is the only dealer in South Florida to have ever received the Carrier Presidentís Award, and they have done so twice, in both 2007 & 2011.† David Sansone, President said, ìI am very proud of the fine professionals that comprise the Sansone team, who provide a level of service for our customers that is second to none.î


David Sansone, President & Anthony Pascucci, General Manager accepting the 2011 Carrier Presidentís Award.



Energy Savings Tips for Seasonal Residents

Monday, May 23rd, 2011
We understand that seasonal residents face unique energy challenges, such as:
  • Avoiding high energy costs during the summer months when your home is vacant
  • Reducing the risk of mold and mildew developing in your absence
  • Deciding how to handle your FPL account and electric bills while you”re gone
Here are some tips and billing options to help protect your home and furnishings, as well as manage your energy costs, while you”re away:
Tip for Seasonal Residents

Programmable thermostats can help prevent mold in unoccupied homes

One way to help prevent mold from developing in your vacant home is to control the indoor relative humidity inside. You can accomplish this and still manage your energy costs by using a programmable thermostat. Program your air conditioner to run at 72 degrees for just two hours before sunrise and at 88 degrees the rest of the day. If your air conditioner does not have a programmable thermostat, set it to 80 degrees. Thermostats in condos and apartments should be set at 77 degrees to make the air conditioner run enough to provide significant dehumidification.

Repairing any leaks in your air conditioning ducts helps control the humidity in your home, too. Schedule a duct test to find out if you have leaks.

Additional ways to save


Step Action
  • If left on, turn to warmest setting.
  • If turned off, clean interior with solution of 1 tbsp. of baking soda in 1 quart of water; dry thoroughly and leave doors open.
  • Use timers or daylight sensors if you leave lighting on for security reasons.
Swimming Pool
  • Turn off pool heater at the circuit breaker.
  • Set filter pump timer to limit run time to six hours a day during summer and four hours in winter.

Amazing findings on the effectiveness of RGF & REME products

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

A recent independent study of our REME unit once again validated our claims of hydroperoxides. A series of 20 tests were performed over six days utilizing a sophisticated and very expensive ($600,000+) High Pressure Liquid Chromatograph. Testing was performed by Katz Analytical Services. In summary, it showed the following:

Hydroperoxides outdoor levels†††† ††††††††† ††††††††† .01 ppm†

Hydroperoxides inside house REME off††††††††††††††††† .00 ppm

Hydroperoxides inside house REME on††††††††††††††††† .01 ppm

Now, .01 ppm may not sound like a lot, but there are approximately 177,000,000,000,000,000 hydroperoxide gas molecules in a single litre of air, which means they are close to one micron apart. So, bacteria, odors, viruses, VOCs, mold, etc. do not have to go far to be hit with one and destroyed. Hydroperoxides gas at levels of .01 ppm are now recognized by the EPA as an effective infection control and microbial threat technology.

Hydroperoxides are known as Mother Natureís natural, enviro-friendly cleaning agent. The concept of PHI and REME is to bring the wholesome outdoors indoors.

Typical outdoor levels of hydroperoxides run between .01 to .03. REME and PHI can bring a home up to .02, but no higher. The Government safety guideline on hydroperoxide gas is 1 ppm, .02 ppm is 1/50 or well below the Government safety limits.

Ozone levels were also tested over the six days, which included sunny days and rainy days. Levels ranged from .01 to .02. Levels inside the house were comparable to the outside levels. Levels of .02 are considered very low. Tests were conducted in Minnesota during the Spring. These test results are in agreement with numerous other studies on PHI and REME.

(This technical bulletin was posted by RGF on 5/2011)


If you want to learn more about these amazing products please feel free to contact Sansone today.

You can also learn more by watching our YouTube video here.

Why It Is Important To Change Your A/C Filter Regularly

Thursday, May 12th, 2011

Although it can be hard remembering to change your homeís heating and air conditioning filter, research has shown that poor indoor air quality adversely affects health.

Fungi and bacteria can build up in your homeís air ducts if not properly removed by the filter. In fact, an estimated one in six allergy sufferers can thank dusty air vents for the majority of their problems. Those at highest risk for air quality-related breathing problems are the elderly, asthmatics, and children, whose short stature and faster breathing puts them in contact with more contaminants. Ensure the health of your family members by remembering to change air filters regularly.

In addition to keeping your household healthy, air filters also help your system run more efficiently. Waiting too long to change your filter can impede air flow, which may cause dirt to enter your system through other openings. Dust allowed in contact with your air conditioning coils provides a food source for mold, reducing output. In fact, less than 1/20th of an inch of grime on coils causes efficiency to decline more than 20%. In addition, 9 out of 10 HVAC units break down due to dust buildup. Although buying filters regularly carries a price, in the long run it more than evens out because of reduced monthly electric costs and maintenance bills.

Changing or cleaning your air filter periodically as specified by its directions will help maintain good air quality in your home, as well as prolong the life of your air conditioner.

Itís easy to forget to change your air filters regularly, as months often pass before the need arises.† At Sansone we try to make it as simple as possible for you.

Please visit our filter page for the different filtration options we offer.† We will even deliver the filters right to your home or office so you don”t have to hassle with going to the store and searching for the correct size!


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