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According to the EPA, indoor air can have 5 times more pollutants than outdoor air. With all the pollution coming from transportation, manufacturing, and daily life in general, it may seem odd to hear that statistic. We work hard to keep our homes clean and safe, but many times we miss out on air quality. Clean air is always important but it becomes even more vital to our health in the fall and winter. Whenever
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Fall Maintenance for Your HVAC
The world is changing and our day-to-day lives look very different than they did this time last year. Our homes are becoming more important because we are spending more and more time in them. You may be working from home, your kids might be doing remote learning, or you might just be staying in on the weekends. Regardless of why, homes have become a sanctuary during these times of change. In order to keep your
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Smart technology is a part of our daily lives more and more every day. You might be wondering if “smart” is worth the price tag. Do I really need a smart fridge or a smart doorbell? While some smart technology might seem a little over the top, a smart thermostat is something that is definitely worth the hype. A smart thermostat has many features that can make your home or workplace a safer, more comfortable,
Heating/Air Conditioning
Have you ever entered your home after a few days away, only to breathe in stale, or stuffy air? While living in our homes, we often become used to the smell of it and don’t realize that maybe our air should be fresher. Having clean air in your home is very beneficial, whether you have a loved one with respiratory issues, or just for your own comfort. You can have your friends at Weather Crafters
Air Quality
Zone Control for Heating and Cooling
Depending on the size of your home, the quality of your insulation, and how new your heating and cooling system is, you’ve probably experienced rooms that are hotter or colder than others. We all know that hot air rises, which means upstairs rooms are probably hotter in the summer months. Some rooms are probably colder in the winter because they get less sunlight or don’t absorb heat from the rest of the house. It’s frustrating
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