Most everyone is stuck inside the house due to COVID-19. However, did you know that air pollution can also occur indoors? According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air pollution is linked to headaches, dizziness and fatigue. The World Health Organization calls tiis phenomena “sick building syndrome”.
Your HVAC system may be due for replacement if it’s showing signs of inefficiency or is already nearing the end of its service life. You might be thinking of replacing only the outdoor unit and leaving the indoor unit as is, but most reputable heat pump and furnace replacement technicians would advise replacing them both at the same time. While this might seem like an unnecessary expense, replacing both the indoor and outdoor units has its benefits. Some of these include:… Continue Reading
Inconsistent temperatures in your home could mean your HVAC system’s efficiency is in decline. A thorough check from your air conditioning repair technician, however, may reveal that the issue is due to unbalanced system airflow. Fortunately, there’s a solution for this problem—air balancing…. Continue Reading
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.
A properly functioning and clean HVAC system is essential to both your respiratory health and comfort. Heating and cooling system manufacturers recommend that your HVAC be inspected regularly. By having your system cleaned and calibrated, you can improve energy efficiency, keep fuel costs to the minimum, and prolong the life of your equipment…. Continue Reading