The lower your thermostat, the higher your energy bills, which means it’s a delicate balancing act when it comes to finding the best temperature for both your comfort and wallet. Adjusting your thermostat properly and exploring additional cooling methods to help supplement can have a major impact on your overall savings and home comfort.
Maintaining healthy indoor air quality is more important than ever. Facility managers can create a balance between operational efficiency and improvements to air quality so that occupants can enjoy the best health and comfort possible.
The purpose of the American Innovation and Manufacturing (AIM) Act is to phase down HFC, or hydrofluorocarbons, production and consumption by 85% over the next 15 years, and support a transition to more environmentally and consumer-friendly cooling technology options. HFCs will continue to be available for existing equipment, but the EPA will establish requirements for managing any existing HFC in use.
When you rely on your AC to help keep your home cool and comfortable during the summer months, nothing can be as upsetting as when it stops working. Even seemingly small issues such as water leaks can be a cause for concern when you consider how important your AC is to your daily life.
More and more people in the South are switching over to an HVAC system called a heat pump, which can provide efficient heating and cooling throughout the entire home—keeping you comfortable year-round. They are a reliable solution in areas that are not prone to freezing temperatures and provide several benefits worth exploring.