Your heater and air conditioner draw in outdoor air that can contain dirt, dust, pollen, mold and other harmful particles. When regularly replaced, the air filters are usually able to catch these contaminants. If you don’t change filters at least once every three months, though, the inside of your HVAC system will become dirty.
Having pets at home means frequently running your vacuum cleaner to clean up fur and dander. However, you also need to be mindful of your HVAC system when you have furry friends.
Have you been experiencing unusual occurrences at home lately, such as strange noises and the sudden slamming of doors? Restless spirits aren’t always to blame in instances such as these. Rather, your home likely has cold spots or drafts.
Choosing an HVAC brand can be tricky. While homeowners often take into account a company’s customer service and product reviews before making a purchase, there’s another important factor that shouldn’t be forgotten—the company’s history. With a rich history comes expertise.… Continue Reading
Allergies usually begin to flare up in the fall. That’s why those who have them tend to spend more time indoors during this season. However, staying indoors won’t do allergy sufferers any good if the air quality inside is bad. The furnace replacement experts at Cooper Brothers, Inc. have listed below the most common indoor air quality (IAQ) challenges and their corresponding solutions.