Warmer weather, longer days and a generally beautiful environment—these are the things most people associate with spring. This time of the year, however, is also a prime time for seasonal allergies. That’s why many people dread this season, and all the sniffles and sneezes that come with it.
With the signing into law of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 early last year, additional tax policies were imposed revolving around HVAC systems with ENERGY STAR® certification. Such products, which boast 30% less energy usage, are eligible for tax credits. You can take advantage of these when you upgrade your current units to those with the ENERGY STAR label.
Some home appliances are very complex, which is fixing them can be difficult when a unit gets damaged or develops issues. Take the furnace, for example. You might think that you can handle simple fixes like those you would perform during an air conditioning repair. However, it’s important to first know some basics about the furnace, such as how it works and its basic mechanisms. This will help you handle… Continue Reading
The term “ultraviolet” often concerns people because they’re reminded of the harmful ultraviolet rays that come from the sun. However, UV light is not always harmful. In fact, when used together with your air conditioning system, you can even reap some surprising anti-microbial benefits.
Humidity plays a big role in making people feel comfortable, which is why it’s important to maintain proper humidity levels in the home. The ideal humidity level falls somewhere between 30-50%. Maintaining this level isn’t always easy, however; if you don’t have the right tools to regulate moisture, it will be difficult to reach the ideal humidity level.