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.
If you’re flipping a house for the first time, it’s important to consider all your heating and cooling options. Learn more here.
Learn more about the HERS Index and why it is an important tool for builders and homeowners alike.
Discover more about the Seasonable Energy Efficiency Ratio, also known as SEER, and the different types of AC units before purchasing a new HVAC system for your home.
Did you know that 65% of home energy use is consumed by water heaters and HVAC systems? With Earth Day right around the corner now’s the time to include HVAC maintenance in your spring cleaning schedule in order to keep those systems running efficiently.
Over time when living in a new home or newly carpeted home, some may notice black lines/areas forming around the perimeter of carpeted rooms. The black lines on the edge of your carpet are a result of filtration soil.
How Your HVAC System Plays a Role in Filtration Soil:
The general rule is,
The Goodman 16-18 SEER systems featuring the Copeland Scroll two-stage compressor provide contractors with an ideal way to help homeowners get the comfort and efficiency they want at an accessible price. In this podcast, you can check out an interview with Eric Strausbaugh of Emerson and Steve Miles of Jerry Kelly Heating and Air Conditioning to hear what Steve thinks about two-stage technology and how to talk about it with homeowners.
The industry is getting ready for the upcoming cooling season, and this can be a very busy time of year for contractors. In this episode of HVAC on Air, we’d like to take a moment and look at how attending shows like ACCA,
Fresh outdoor air is required to maintain indoor air quality and a healthy building environment. However, it usually takes much more energy to treat outdoor air than recirculated air, and a large portion of this energy is spent removing humidity.