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.
Don’t delay when you notice that your AC system is having problems; call an HVAC company right away so they can inspect and repair it ASAP. Scheduling an air conditioner repair can be daunting if you don’t know what to expect, however. In this post, Superior Air discusses what you can expect from a typical air conditioning repair visit.
The importance of regular HVAC maintenance can’t be overemphasized. Whether you have a furnace, boiler or heat pump, giving your equipment a thorough checkup is necessary to ready it for the winter.
Most heating units are rated, but the performance of combustion-type appliances is generally measured by the annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE) ratio. It’s the percentage of heat output produced by the furnace or boiler for every dollar of fuel the unit consumed over a year.