Why HVAC Ductwork Design Is Just as Important as a New Unit Have you ever tried to drink a coke through a tiny coffee straw? Don’t. It’s a horribly inefficient and tiring way to quench your thirst. But that’s what you ask your air conditioning unit to do when you hook it up to old, …
A Simple Comparison of the Best Whole Home Air Purifiers that Really Work!
Have you ever burned bacon? Or had pie filling burn at the bottom of your oven? Or the worst of all! Burned popcorn in your microwave?
Then you understand how hard it is to get unwanted smells out of your home. Despite your best efforts, the scent of ash remains until the next day reminding you and everyone who walks in your house of your inadequate cooking skills.
Chances are, here in Florida, if your home or your neighbor’s home or your mother-in-law’s home is tested for mold, the test will come back positive and here’s why: Some mold is present in every home. Small amounts of certain kinds of mold do not pose a significant health risk.
Energy Star says you should leave your thermostat set to 78 degrees while you’re home. Why is the Department of Energy and Energy Star suggesting such unreasonable thermostat settings?
We fully understand that the quality of the air you breathe is an important factor in your health and well-being. This is especially true for children, the elderly, or anyone with a depressed or compromised immune system.
Indoor air can be some of the poorest quality air we experience. When we leave our windows shut, air is constantly re-circulated throughout our homes. Over time this air can become stagnant and bacteria, molds, yeasts, and viruses more concentrated. These concentrations can cause inflammation of mucous membranes, upper respiratory problems, and aggravate asthma and other breathing ailments.
In addition to improving your health, indoor air quality systems can also save you money by preserving the investment you have made into your air conditioning and heating systems.