Common HVAC Problems Found During Home Inspections
It’s important to be aware of common HVAC problems when you’re buying a house -- but also when you’re selling. You can avoid getting citations on your inspection report by making sure the following heating and air conditioning issues are addressed.
Our Heart for the Community
We have a heart for the community and know many of you do as well. That is why we are happy to support Military Assistance Mission’s Remembrance Ride taking place this April.
Learn the Effects of Humidity on HVAC Performance
The amount of humidity in the air directly effects the efficiency of your HVAC performance. When you’re cooling dry air in the summer, or heating dry air in the winter, your equipment has to perform longer and run harder if there’s not adequate moisture in the air.
The Importance of Good Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air quality is important to anyone – especially if you have allergies. The health of your home’s air can literally affect your own health. Indoor air pollution could be affecting your health in ways you might not immediately recognize.
HEPA Filtration in HVAC
Most of the air in a home is continually recycled through its heating and cooling system. Over time that air becomes stale and full of pollutants unless there’s an indoor air quality system. An HVAC professional can help you select the best method for air purification, but one option is to install a HEPA air filter in your system.
What Homeowners Insurance Will Cover
Homeowners insurance isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ deal, and each plan is customized to the homeowner’s needs. However, there are common coverages among most plans; and most standard homeowner’s insurance plans (HO-3s) cover the dwelling, other structures on the property, personal property, and liability.
Toy Drive and Free Safety Inspection
The holiday season is often a time of joy, but for families struggling to make ends meet, it can be overwhelming. Join us in our mission to help spread joy to a child in need this holiday season.
Not All Heat Pumps Are The Same
For one thing, a heat pump is not a furnace: a furnace uses energy to create heat, but a heat pump uses (much less) energy to move heat. And the name “heat pump” is slightly misleading; it is both a heating and cooling system.