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Humidity is something that we generally think of as a warm-weather thing. Hampton Roads can have some pretty intense humidity in spring, summer, and autumn – which results in residents using air conditioning during much of the year. However, humidity can also play a big part in your comfort over the winter. Air that is too humid can make you uncomfortable, but so can air that is not humid enough. It may seem that humidity
Air Quality
Cooler weather is approaching and that means it will soon be time to switch from air conditioning to heating your home. However, simply switching the thermostat from “cool” to “heat” is not enough. You should prepare your HVAC system for the fall to ensure that it runs optimally throughout the autumn and winter. Here are a few things you can do to make sure things are ready for cooler weather. Maintenance Just like your car
Heating/Air Conditioning
Furnace Maintenance
Although it may not feel like it, autumn and winter are just around the corner. Now is the time to have furnace maintenance completed in your home. You don’t want to wait until a major issue occurs to check things out. Completing regular maintenance will help your furnace to run more efficiently and have a longer lifespan. The end of summer is the best time to complete furnace maintenance. A project like this takes about
Heating/Air Conditioning
Preventative Maintenance Contracts
Maintaining a home can be expensive but there are ways to cut costs – especially when it comes to heating and cooling your home. One of the most effective ways to save money is to have routine maintenance completed on your HVAC system. There are a few things you can do on your own, but having a professional complete the job will ensure that everything is completed correctly. Trained HVAC specialists know what to look
Heating/Air Conditioning
How to use mini-splits in your home
If you are looking into upgrading or updating your home’s heating and cooling system, installing a ductless mini-split is something you should consider. A mini-split is very similar to a traditional HVAC unit – it has an outdoor condenser and an indoor air-handling unit, and many models can provide both heating and cooling. However, the biggest benefit of a ductless mini-split is the fact that it is ductless. Traditionally HVAC systems circulate air throughout a
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