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

Install a Dehumidifier this Year

Monday, April 11th, 2016

In this part of the country, we’re all used to high humidity levels dragging us down in the summer. High humidity makes the air feel even warm, and makes you feel sticky and sluggish. This is because your body isn’t evaporating sweat the way it’s supposed to. The moisture cannot evaporate into the air the way it’s supposed to due to the excess moisture already in the air, so your body’s natural cooling process is inhibited.

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Spring Allergies Call for Quality Air Purifiers

Monday, March 28th, 2016

When your spring allergies bother you, you might spend a lot of money on over-the-counter medication, doctors’ visits, tissues, and everything you need to feel more comfortable. Outdoor allergies may call for some costly solutions, but when you’re in your home, your allergies simply should not be so hard to handle.

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Keep Allergy Symptoms Away with These Whole-Home Systems

Monday, March 7th, 2016

When it comes to your indoor comfort, an efficient HVAC system is essential. The temperature of your home is not the only factor that contributes to your comfort, however. Another vital component is your indoor air quality, which you probably don’t think very much about. We’ve highlighted a couple whole-home systems that you would do well to consider for your home to improve your indoor air quality.

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4 Reasons to Get Humidity under Control throughout Your Home

Monday, February 15th, 2016

One of the most important factors to your home comfort is something you might not think much about once you get indoors. You turn on the air conditioner or heater as soon as you come home, so you probably do not consider many other air quality issues besides the temperature. But if you don’t have proper humidity control as well, you could be missing out.

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Your Air Ducts Need Care Too!

Monday, January 4th, 2016

When you can’t seem to get comfortable even with the air conditioner or heater running, you might guess that there is an internal issue with the furnace, heat pump, or air conditioner. While this is often the case, one other potential culprit often goes unchecked, even by some HVAC technicians: the ducts. The ductwork in your home is really just a route for air to travel through on the way to your living space, so it may not seem that much can go wrong in there. But it turns out that most air ducts suffer from+ one of the following.

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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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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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Why Schedule Professional Duct Cleaning: 3 Reasons to Make the Call

Monday, November 16th, 2015

One of the most important parts of any heating and air conditioning system is the ductwork, but it is also one of the most ignored HVAC system components. Your ducts take on a lot of airflow over the course of the years, forming the path between your heating and air conditioning systems and the rooms of your home. As air flows through it, many particles from your home can get sucked into it as well.

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A Few Facts about Your Indoor Air Quality

Monday, July 20th, 2015

You spend a lot of your time indoors—probably around 90%—and we’re guessing a lot of that time, your doors and windows are sealed tightly. The quality of the air you breathe plays a major role in how you feel from day to day, particularly if you have asthma or allergies. We’ve put together a few facts about indoor air so that you can take the proper steps to correct poor air quality in your home.

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3 Services to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Of course, your family’s health comes first on your list of priorities. However, you may not be aware when the air quality in your home is contributing to your family members’ poor health. Any family member with asthma, allergies, or other respiratory conditions, or an immune system disorder, deserves to breathe in clean air, but this isn’t always easy to achieve.

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