Defects In Your Ducts That Cause Inefficiency And Poor Air Quality

If you notice that it is colder this winter than in the past, the problem might be with your air ducts. The quality of your air ducts affects the air quality of your home and how energy-efficient your home is. An efficient HVAC system is based on having a balanced air flow. An imbalanced airflow can create negative pressure that can pull heat and pollutants into your ducts. Dirty Air Ducts [Read More]

3 Tips For Preparing Your Air Conditioning Unit For Winter

Your air conditioning serves you well during the long summer months, but what do you need to do when it gets colder outside and you don't need it anymore? It's quite simple, actually, there are a few steps you can take now before putting your air conditioner to sleep for the winter that will keep it in optimal condition to tackle next summer when it is needed again. Here's what you should do. [Read More]

Commercial HVAC Maintenance Is About More Than Temperature Control

While a dirty home air conditioner may cause illness in several people, a poorly maintained commercial HVAC unit can potentially cause hundreds of people to become ill, and may even cause death. At the very least, it can cause customer and tenant dissatisfaction and complaints about things such as uncomfortable temperatures and foul odors. Proper regular professional HVAC maintenance can prevent a number of potentially dangerous problems. Airborne Illnesses When you mention air conditioning and illness in the same sentence, you can't help but think of the outbreaks of Legionnaire's Disease that have occurred over the years. [Read More]

Why Your Air-Conditioner Is Losing Its Efficiency, And What You Can Do About It

Has your air conditioner lost its efficiency? If your AC is not cooling or heating your house as well as it used to do soon after installation, but it is still running, then there is something interfering with its operations. Here are three common culprits of reduced AC efficiency, and how to combat them: The Evaporator Coils Are Dirty The air conditioner keeps your house cool by drawing heat from the air that blows over the evaporator coils. [Read More]