If you or someone in your family suffers from bad allergies, then you know that it can be hard to find relief from allergy symptoms, even when you are indoors. For those with respiratory problems, it is important to find ways to improve your indoor air quality if you want to find relief from symptoms.
Every thermostat has a manual setting called “emergency heat.” While many homeowners know they have this option, they may not know when to use it. Using emergency heat correctly can keep the heat on in your home, but it may also drive up your energy bills if used without caution. What is Emergency Heat and
Air-filter replacement is part of HVAC system upkeep. To maintain air quality levels and keep your system running smoothly, you need a clean air filter. Electrostatic filters challenge the need for a disposable version and give homeowners access to a reusable model. How Electrostatic Air Filters Differ From Traditional Air Filters Disposable air filters require
Did you know that your home lighting, security, and even your sprinkler system can all be controlled right from your smartphone over a Wi-Fi connection? Smart home technology helps you control the comfort and safety of your home quickly and conveniently from any location. Below, we’ll talk a little bit more about what smart home
Technology is constantly changing the way that we live, making everyday tasks easier and more convenient. But did you know that new technologies are also changing the way that we think about home heating and cooling? New HVAC Technologies There are a variety of HVAC advancements and technologies that help you maximize health and comfort
How Absorption Refrigeration Works Most refrigerators perform their cooling with the use of a mechanical compressor, much like an air-conditioning unit. However, there was another method of refrigeration that saw much use before compressors became more popular. This was known as absorption refrigeration. Today, absorption refrigeration is mostly used in the refrigerators installed in RVs.
Older heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems use R-22 coolant,. Over the next several years, the A/C industry plans to slowly phase out R-22 as newer systems take over the market, making this product more difficult and expensive to come by. This opens the doors to illegally imported replacement blends and R-22 substitutes that
Most of us don’t even think of their unit on a regular basis. Let alone think about how many people have an Air Conditioner in there home. Do you know how long your unit will last? Call us today to have a tech do a yearly maintenance on your system.
Your air conditioning unit has to work pretty hard during the summer. It’s also where a good portion, if not most, of your electric bill is going to come from. To keep your air conditioning running at peak performance, efficiency, and trouble-free, follow these tips to stay cool and save money. Tips For Your Home
Home air conditioning has been a great invention. It allows us to keep cool and comfortable in otherwise hot environments and keeps our food fresh. But the coolant used inside of the systems can cause a lot of trouble for the environment if not handled properly. Early coolants were chlorofluorocarbons (CFC’s) or hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC’s) and