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Fall is a Great time for Furnace Maintenance

The fall is a great time to have the furnace maintained an inspected. This will help prevent an unexpected issue with the furnace and HVAC system this winter. You will also reduce the chance of an unexpected breakdown when you may need it the most. When you schedule a tune-up or maintenance inspection, you can help avoid further issues when you least expect them. Preventative maintenance is always recommended, so make sure to contact us. That way we can inspect the parts and components for you.

Fall Furnace Inspections

If you have had your furnace for at least ten to fifteen years, now is a good time to start looking for a new one. After it reaches a certain age, the chances of it breaking down will break down drastically. When we do routine maintenance, we can look for any potential problem areas of the system. Doing so will help the system to run smoothly for an extended time. When you keep the system maintained, you can also reduce the amount you spend on monthly energy bills. With a tune-up, you will notice the furnace working more efficiently. It can also help reduce the times it will have to work harder to produce the desired results.

Having a warranty on your HVAC system means that you should follow routine maintenance as well. If you do so, then you help to keep the warranty valid. We can also help to advise you on the recommendations for when maintenance and a tune-up will be needed. Having regular maintenance done will also help improve the indoor air quality for your home. The filter can be replaced as well. Removing the harmful debris and contaminates from the air is what the job of the filter is. It will then help make sure that fresh clean air is circulated back into your home again.

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Avoiding An Uncomfortable House this Summer

Keeping the air in your home cool and comfortable is important. When the air is hot and humid outside, you will want to come into a place you enjoy and can relax in. Having the air conditioner inspected and a maintenance plan is beneficial. With this, we can inspect it when needed, and help you in avoiding any unexpected breakdowns or repairs that might be needed. If you ignore maintenance and any issues, this can cause further problems in the future. It will also result in a costly repair bill when it comes time to have it fixed.

Avoiding issues by checking the filter

You should also remember that the filter should not be forgotten about. While the filter is used with the furnace, it is also used with the air conditioner in your home as well. This allows it to capture any dirt and contaminants that might be in the air of the home. Without a filter, these dirt particles can get into the HVAC system. They will then be moved to the ductwork in the home. After the ductwork, they have the possibility of being released through the vents, back into the home’s air again. These are the particles that may result in sneezing or any asthma or allergy issues. Make sure that there is always a filter in the system so that the dust does not get into the gears and parts.

A dehumidifier is important

Another part of having a comfortable home is to have a dehumidifier when it is hot and humid out. This will help remove the moisture and humidity from the air in your home. As it cycles this out, it will leave you with dry air, which is also comfortable for you and your family. If you notice any issues with your HVAC system, always make sure to call us.

Remove Humidity from your Home this Summer

Make sure to remove humidity. The humidity will be noticeable this summer, especially during the long hot days. You will want your home to be cool and comfortable so you can get away from the heat. Even if you have an air conditioner, you may notice high humidity levels in your home. If this is the case, make sure to contact us and we can come and inspect the HVAC system for you. If the humidity is high, we can also recommend some options that you will have for your home. One is to have a whole home dehumidifier and filtration system. This will help keep the air in your home at a comfortable level.

Remove humidity for better health

When you remove the humidity in the home, you can also improve your health as well. When the air is easier to breathe, you will notice less signs and symptoms of allergies or asthma. This is especially important if your home has young kids or the elderly in it. By making sure the humidity is low in your home, it can also be easier to sleep as well. Having the recommended amount of sleep is also important to your health. If you are not sure what type of dehumidifier to get for your home, we can recommend one that is the best fit.

Better quality of air

High humidity in your home can also do damage to furniture in your home. Anything made out of wood will have an increased chance of starting to warp. Also with high humidity, you may notice a greater chance of mold or mildew starting to form. This is from the moisture in the air, that starts to build up. Mold and mildew will also affect the air quality and your breathing. Anytime you smell something odd in the home, make sure to contact us so we can come and inspect it.

There are Health Benefits for Having an Air Conditioner

There can be health benefits for having an air conditioner in your home. Besides keeping your home cool and comfortable, it can also improve the air condition of your home as well. As this happens, you can get a few health benefits as well. To help keep your air conditioner operating properly, you will want to make sure it is inspected regularly. You can contact us anytime you notice something out of the norm with it. This way you will be able to prevent a much larger issue and repair bill in the long run.

Health Benefits

One health benefit that an air conditioner can help with is if anyone suffers from asthma. The air conditioner can reduce the humidity in your home. Doing so will also lower the amount of mold, pollen, and mildew as well. Any outdoor allergen can have the potential to lead to asthma symptoms. This can also include asthma triggers like dust mites as well. You will want to make sure to change the filter on a regular basis so the allergens can be captured.

Better Sleep

Another health benefit comes in the form of sleep. If it is hot and humid, you will not be able to sleep as well as you otherwise should. This will result in not being properly rested. When you are tired and lack sleep, you could be more prone for coming down with a cold. If you sleep in a cooler room, you will actually sleep better and more soundly.

By having an air conditioner, you can also help prevent heat stroke. When it is hot and humid out, you will sweat more. This can lead to dehydration in a quick amount of time. Make sure to stay well hydrated in any of these extreme conditions. If you feel faint or starting to feel sick, make sure to get into a cool place to reduce the chance of heat stroke.

Home Care for your AC

You will want to make sure that the air conditioner in your home is operating and functioning properly. This will help to ensure that your home is cool and comfortable this summer during the hotter months. If you are unsure if the system needs to be inspected, it is always best to have it looked at right before the summer. Make sure to contact us and we can check the entire system for you. This will help you to have an efficient system when you need it to operate this summer

Keep Air Moving in your Home

Always make sure to clear away any debris from an exterior part of the air conditioner. Have brush, leaves, sticks, and any other build up of debris removed from around the unit. This will help the air conditioner to run efficiently, by allowing proper air circulation through the unit. If there is a build up of debris, then it will not run, as it otherwise should be. Remember that you should inspect it for any other debris like bird nests or dead inspects.

Check the Filter

You should also remember to check the filter on the system as well. Doing so will help to keep the air in the best condition of your home as well. The filter is designed to capture and collect any dirt and dust that are in the air of your home. When it is recommended, make sure that you clean and change the filter in the system. This allows the best airflow to go through the system. When the filter is clogged, it will have more strain against the parts as it tries to circulate the air through. If you are not sure when the filter should be changed, make sure to contact us. Depending on your home, lifestyle, and pets, the filter may need to be changed on a more frequent basis.

History of the Air Conditioning System

The history of the air conditioner for your home goes back to 1902. This was when the first air conditioner was invented by Willis Carrier. Being a skilled engineer, Carrier began experimenting with the laws of humidity control to solve an application problem. With his system, air was sent through the coils filled with cold water. This allowed the air to cool while also removing moisture from it to control humidity. A belt driven condensing unit was then condenser unit was then developed. This was the model that became the most common one for air conditioners in your home.

History of the System

Today’s air conditioners are able to operate based on the same fundamentals as Carrier’s back in 1933. They incorporate advancements in vapor compression, diagnostics, controls, electronic sensors, and even efficiency. Newer air conditioners have advanced components to them as well. This includes a two stage scroll compressor which allows for it to be quieter and more efficient as well. In the last five years, minimum efficiency standards have increased. This has allowed the systems to help reduce the energy consumption.

Thanks to the invention of the home air conditioner, more than 80% of households have air conditioners. While most of these are central air conditioners, there are also window or portable ones as well. Having an air conditioner has certainly gone from a luxury to being a necessity. It will also help to improve your quality of life, and has several health benefits. If you notice that your monthly energy bills are increasing, make sure to contact us. We can inspect the air conditioner for you to help ensure it is working efficiently. If there is a problem, having it repaired as soon as possible is always the best thing to do for it. This can also help prevent a warm and uncomfortable home this summer.

With Hot Summer Days, Make sure you Stay Cool in your Home

The hot weather may mean you will want to spend more time in your home where it is nice and cool. In order to accomplish this, you will want to make sure that your air conditioner and overall HVAC system is at it’s best. To help it perform efficiently and at top performance, make sure that you have it inspected and maintained when recommended. This will help to ensure that the parts and components are operating, as they need to be. If you ignore any regular repair or maintenance, you could end up doing more damage to the air conditioner in the long run.

Hot Weather Issues

When the weather is hot, you want to ensure that your air conditioner is blowing out nice cool air in your home. If you notice the air is warm, make sure to contact us. You will also want to make sure that the set temperature and the actual temperature are relatively close to one another. If they are not, then there could be an issue with the thermostat for your system. Make sure that it is placed so it is not in line with any windows or sun. This can increase the chance of giving it a false reading. You should also make sure the thermostat is place away from any vents. If you are not sure if the thermostat is placed in the correct spot, make sure to contact us.

You should also remember to clean and change the air filter for the system. If you have pets in your home, you will want to change the filter on a more frequent basis. Pet dander and pet hair can get into the system and is caught by the filter. In order for the system to efficiently run correctly, changing the filter is necessary. You can also help provide clean air that circulates into the rooms of your home.