Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Archive for December, 2015

Create a Healthier Living Space for the New Year

Monday, December 28th, 2015

Healthier living is a popular New Year’s resolution, but few people think about the air in their homes when figuring out ways to achieve this goal. More often, people focus on eating better, exercising more often, and making more visits to the doctor’s office. But the air in your home should be a top concern, as it is often much more contaminated than the air outside of your home.

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Low Airflow from a Heater or Air Conditioner: 3 Possibilities

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

Whether you are running your heating system or your air conditioner, you expect to feel a certain amount of airflow when you hold your hands up to the vents. When the level of airflow drops and the temperatures in your home are just not right, you can safely assume there is a problem within the HVAC system. Issues can range from a simple dirty filter to a problem within your duct system, so call a technician to be sure you get the right repairs. Take a look at just a few of the possibilities for the drop in your airflow.

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3 Upgrades to Your HVAC System to Help You Stay Healthy

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Since you spend the majority of your time indoors—especially as the weather gets cooler—controlling the indoor air quality is key to your comfort and health. This cold and flu season, you’re more likely to become ill if contaminants like bacteria and mold spores are able to cycle through your ducts continuously while running your heater. We’ve got a few suggestions for people looking to improve their indoor air quality and stay comfortable this winter.

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Control Your Home’s Temperature from an App on Your Phone!

Monday, December 14th, 2015

We all know that our air conditioning and heating systems take up a pretty big portion of our energy bills. That’s why you try to avoid leaving your system running at full capacity when you are away from home for the entire day. However, mistakes happen, and most homeowners have had to deal with the frustration of knowing their HVAC (heating and cooling) equipment is running, without the ability to do anything about it. One solution that is quickly gaining popularity is the Wi-Fi thermostat.

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Common Problems with Old Furnaces

Monday, December 7th, 2015

We know that many homeowners want to hang on to their heating and cooling systems as long as possible, in order to delay the cost of replacing a unit. But we want to educate homeowners on how beneficial it can be to replace a heating system before it has actually broken down. The cost of replacement is inevitable anyway, and the cost of ownership only continues to increase the longer you hold onto an old, worn down heater.

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