Spring is a time when everything is perking up and coming alive, and irritating anyone who has seasonal allergies. It’s hard to enjoy the beauty of the season if your eyes are watering, your throat itches, and you are constantly sneezing. You may think that staying indoors will help with allergies, but in many cases the indoor air quality of a home can be worse than outdoor air because it is trapped and allergens can
In order to optimize your heating and a/c unit’s efficiency, keep it on a maintenance schedule to prevent issues from occurring. Proper maintenance will save you money, time, and peace of mind in a variety of ways. Regularly scheduled HVAC tune ups and maintenance will keep your system running smoothly for a long time. Here are some benefits that come from preventative maintenance, and tips for completing the maintenance. Longer Life Span Just like getting
April 2, 2019
Your home is a place for relaxation and peace, but in order to create such an environment, there is the constant battle of keeping it clean. Aside from the obvious chores of vacuuming, mopping, and cleaning the bathrooms, have you ever thought about cleaning the air in your home? The indoor air quality of your home is something that people don’t always consider when thinking about cleanliness. While you can and should change the filter
April 1, 2019
There are so many little chores to keep up with as a homeowner, it’s tough to stay on top of things. However, there are certain tasks that should be at the top of your list, such changing your HVAC air filter. It may seem like a repetitive job that isn’t as important as changing the batteries in a smoke detector, but HVAC air filters impact your daily life a lot more than you may realize.
March 4, 2019
Indoor air quality in your home is a constant struggle. Traditionally home owners have relied on air filters in the HVAC systems to keep all the airborne creepy crawlies under control. Filters trap things floating through the air – such as dust, pet hair, and pollen. However, smaller particles slip through the filter and keep circulating through your home. They are in the air you breath and they settle on the countertops, your toothbrush, and