It’s hard to understate the importance
of the filter inside your heating and cooling system.
Not only does it keep your HVAC system running efficiently, it also helps improve the air quality in your home. The filter cleans the air that passes through your system by trapping and holding different particles and contaminants that can hurt the quality of your air, not to mention your health. These include:
We all want to think we’re handy around the house. And while
it’s a good idea to know the basics of household maintenance, it’s important to
follow safety guidelines as you work around your home.
This is true whether you’re planning on climbing a ladder to clean out your gutters, firing up a power saw, or heading into the basement to see why your furnace is making a weird noise. In this blog post, we’re going to look at some of the basics of HVAC safety.
You start your car one morning and notice a weird noise.
But rather than head to the mechanic, you try to
rationalize. It’s probably nothing, you tell yourself. Then one day, that weird
little noise turns into a big problem, and you’re facing a pretty significant
car repair bill.
July 4 has come and gone, Labor Day is weeks away. And let’s
not even think about Halloween or Christmas until cooler weather arrives.
For now, we’ll just have to content ourselves with
celebrating Air Conditioning Appreciation Days, which run from July 3 to August
And yes, it’s obviously not a major holiday the way Thanksgiving
or Valentine’s Day are. But we think it’s worth observing. We often get so
focused on the cost of central air
conditioning that we forget the benefits of central air and how it’s
changed our lives.
As most reliable air conditioning companies will tell you, there are times when a big, powerful AC just isn’t right for your home. While an air conditioning unit that is small can be less expensive than a large unit, that might also not get the job done.