30 November, 2021
An average home is a habitat to millions of indoor pollutants, including dust mites, mold, viruses, bacteria, pollen, and pet dander. These allergens can leave you sneezing, a runny or stuffy nose, itchy eyes, and shortness of breath.
While we can't control the weather, we can take steps to manage our indoor environments and reduce the level of allergens in our homes. Here are seven cleaning and maintenance tactics to help you reduce your exposure to allergens and make your home a more comfortable, enjoyable place to live.
1- Keep Outdoor Allergens Out
The best way to protect yourself and your family from allergies is to stop outdoor allergens from coming inside your home to maintain a healthy and happy indoor environment. In most cases, either our clothes, shoes, skin, or hair serve as a carrier and help track outdoor allergens inside. To avoid this, it is highly recommended to keep your shoes out and have a waterproof
30 November, 2021
Whether it is a home or a commercial building, it is crucial to maintain your HVAC system performing at the optimum potential.
With the changing weather, while you are excited to prepare your wardrobe for the upcoming winters, your HVAC system might need a cold-weather makeover, too?
The best time for winterizing your HVAC system is early fall because the winter season might feel far off, but you never know when that first snowstorm is going to hit, the last thing you want is to find out that your system is having issues that you could've addressed earlier. Luckily, it takes less time than you'd think.
Modern heating systems are designed to withstand outdoor conditions and are sturdy & durable. However, it's always advised by the experts to take precautionary measures to ensure that they don't take a hit during the extreme winter months. Just like any other machine, your HVAC's proper maintenance is key to prolong
28 October, 2021
Hurricane season is just another way of Mother Nature to remind us who’s in charge. While you can’t control it, it is essential to minimize the risk by taking protective measures beforehand.
If you live in a risky area, it is likely that you already have a checklist prepared for basic preparations that you go through annually as the hurricane season approaches. But if you are new to such an area or did not know that preparing your HVAC unit for severe weather is also important, we have got you covered.
Protecting your HVAC system from storm damage is essential to avoid long-term problems and a huge hit to your bank account. Here are a few tips to help you prepare your HVAC units during hurricanes.
1. Prepare For A Power Failure
It is no surprise that with bad
28 October, 2021
Hiring the right HVAC service provider for your home or business can be quite tricky. Especially if it’s your first time. There are tons of air conditioning service providers out there, offering a slew of services and discounts to lure you in. However, competitive prices do not always translate into good services. To find the right HVAC contractors in America or anywhere in the world, for that matter, you need to look beyond the price factor
You may ask: "how do I choose the best HVAC contractor?" "Should I
25 August, 2021
Ductless mini-splits or HVAC systems have seen tremendous growth over the past few years. According to statistics, from the year 2019 to 2025, its market is estimated to grow by $39.2 at a growth rate of 7.4%, in the US alone and it is expected to reach a whopping $662.7 billion globally by 2025.
Ductless heating & cooling systems are quite effective & efficient in terms of how they operate and save money. One of the biggest advantages of them, however, is “zone cooling” and it is one of the top reasons why people prefer to buy ductless mini-splits.
So whether you are a domestic user or a business owner constantly listening to customers’ complaints regarding the space being too cold or too hot, ductless mini splits have your back. If you wish to learn more about them, continue reading. We are going to cover topics such as what is a ductless mini-split? How it works? And some of its advantages. So without further ado, let’s dive into it.
If you own or manage rental properties or provide maintenance services, having efficient air conditioning in summer is a top priority to keep tenants happy and reduce headaches. Here are five Pro tips to make your A/C work well this summer.
Reduce Energy Waste Through Proper Insulation
If you are paying the electrical bills for Centralized air or Window A/C units on the property, you don’t want to throw money down the drain. Before turning on the A/C this summer, make sure your building is properly insulated to avoid energy loss, which translates to wasted money for your business.
First, check the obvious places for energy loss, like seals around doors and windows. Overall insulation of the property will help too, and that saves money year-round. Finally, take a good look at your windows. If they are more than 15 years old, you may want to replace them with thermal windows to reduce cooling loss. Like insulation, this pays off 12 months of the year.