In a world with home improvement shows, many of us have been inspired to upgrade our homes over the weekend with the help of social media. With the great deal of information available, homeowners are capable of tackling most home renovation projects. However, there are times when it’s best to step aside and hire a professional.
Managing the humidity levels in your home is extremely important to create a comfortable living space. Humidity levels that are too high or too low can cause health problems for you and your family, including mold. Discover how your home’s humidity levels can prevent the threat of indoor mold.
While most homeowners spend time dusting their woodwork and cleaning the windows, it’s easy to forget about the parts of your home that you can’t see. When is the last time your home’s air ducts were cleaned out? If your answer is about three to five years ago, you might consider adding this to your to-do list this summer.
Fresh air can be hard to come by with most of us spending the majority of our time inside. Learn more about the importance of indoor ventilation from our industry experts.
HVAC financing can be challenging for anyone, especially a new homeowner. For most people, this is a large expense, and paying out of pocket isn’t feasible. But there are plenty of options to finance the HVAC system that is right for you.
Heating and cooling systems make homes and businesses comfortable places to live and work by controlling temperatures and humidity levels and circulating air. While beneficial if the air is clean, circulating contaminants can negatively affect indoor air quality. One simple way to improve the air quality air in your home is to install ultraviolet lights in your HVAC system.
Learn more about why breathing radon gas is dangerous and how you can protect your home or business from this harmful radioactive element.
Is your furnace ready for the cold winter months ahead? Learn how to prepare your home with these 5 simple steps.
As homeowners and business owners return after hurricanes Harvey and Irma, it is important to assess flood-damaged HVAC equipment. Learn more.
Learn more about the different types of refrigerants, R-22 and R-410A, and discover the reasons why R-22 was discontinued in 2010.