Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Archive for the ‘Indoor Air Quality’ Category

Home Installations to Relieve Your Allergy Symptoms

Monday, May 29th, 2017

cells-blueThis is the worst time of year for allergy sufferers. Many of us just accept the sneezing, itching, and sniffling as a part of life during the spring. We may stock up on allergy pills or try to stay indoors on days with high pollen counts, but some of those allergens are actually circulating in your home as well.

Indoor air quality should be of concern to you if anyone in the household suffers from allergies, asthma, or even an immune system disorder. The quality of the air inside of your home might be even worse than the air outside, but choosing between these common installations can make a difference.

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How Humidity Affects Home Comfort—And Costs You More

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

hot-fan-man-computerWhen it starts to get hot outside, nothing sounds better than splashing around in a nice, cool pool, or running through a sprinkler like you did when you were young. Water can help us to cool down—unless, surprisingly to some, it’s in the air.

Humidity levels tend to rise as temperatures do. Humidity refers to the amount of moisture, or water vapor, in the air. And even though it doesn’t actually affect the temperature, it can make the air feel a lot warmer than it is. In your home, it could be the reason you’re spending too much on air conditioning in Roswell, GA.

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What’s the Best Air Filter for My House?

Monday, December 19th, 2016

You’re comparing the options available for a new air filter for your air conditioning system (and heating system). If people in the home have allergies, you might assume the most expensive filter is going to be the best choice.

Depending on the size of your heater or air conditioner, this could be true—but it’s not likely. In many cases, a more expensive filter only does damage to the heating and AC systems, and it can keep air from flowing altogether (which means there is no filtration or temperature control).

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How You Can Use Your Heating System to Prevent Colds and Flus

Monday, November 7th, 2016

When temperatures drop, even slightly, cold and flu season starts to set in. It’s the time of year many people notice the people around them getting sick, and you may be worried that this season will be another tough one for you and your family.

If your heating system is prepared, however, you may be able to help prevent illnesses—to an extent.

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Can Our Indoor Air Quality Systems Help You Save Money?

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Did you know that the air quality inside of your home may be up to 5 times worse than the air quality outdoors? It’s common for homeowners to struggle with indoor air quality issues, and sometimes, a filter just cannot fix the problem.

Whole-house indoor air quality equipment integrates into your HVAC system to provide comfort and precision cooling and heating. What’s more is that it can save you money!

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Don’t Neglect Filter Changes This Month

Monday, August 29th, 2016

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, changing the filter is one of the most important things you can do for your air conditioner. It’s something we recommend to our customers once a month. But we know that some people still aren’t clear about why this is. Here, we break down the reasons many people choose not to replace their filters, and why these excuses just don’t cut it.

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Does My Air Conditioner Help with the Humidity?

Monday, July 11th, 2016

You already know that your air conditioner cools you down on a hot day. But what about when the heat isn’t your biggest problem? Humidity levels can make the air feel like it’s hotter than the temperature on the thermostat actually indicates. People tend to describe a “sticky” heat, made a lot worse if you don’t have an air conditioner.

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What You Should Know about Humidity and Indoor Comfort

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

“It’s not the heat. It’s the humidity!” It’s a saying you’ve likely heard before. Humidity can have nearly as much of an effect on your comfort as heat in the summertime. That’s because high levels of humidity make a home feel even warmer, but it has nothing to do with the temperature.

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A Few Steps to Make You More Comfortable This Season

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

With spring officially here, and with temperatures that make it feel like summer, you start to think more and more about your air conditioning system and how to help your family members stay as comfortable as possible through the worst heat spells. We’ve got a few tips below on how to feel more comfortable. And no, you don’t have to replace your whole air conditioning system to do it!

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Is Your Air Conditioner Responsible for Your Allergy Symptoms?

Monday, May 9th, 2016

If your allergy symptoms seem to get worse every time you run your air conditioning system, it could be the source of the problem—partially. You do have a filter in place in your HVAC system, and it should be able to trap many of the contaminants circulating in the air. However, it won’t be able to trap all of the contaminants that cause you trouble during allergy season, and you may need a little extra help.

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