Older homes are things of beauty, but the structural differences as compared to their modern counterparts make them difficult to efficiently heat and cool. Fortunately, you don’t have to choose one or the other–you just have to be smart with your HVAC choices.
Author: Ted Mumma
Dealing with dust can be frustrating. In addition to being unsightly and annoying, airborne dust particles have the potential to affect your family’s respiratory health. While you may think the dust is coming into your home from outside, it could actually be your HVAC system that’s to blame.
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, over 26 million people in the U.S. have asthma. Out of this figure, about 60% have allergic asthma, making it the most common type of asthma. Common triggers are pollen and pet dander, but did you know that your HVAC system could be exacerbating your symptoms as well? Here’s how:
So your home stinks and you can’t quite figure out where the bad odor is coming from. All you know is that it smells like dirty socks and it’s driving you crazy! If you direct your attention to your HVAC system and the smell begins to intensify, you’re on the right track. The good news is, the smell doesn’t indicate that you need heater repair; it does, however, mean that you’re dealing with Dirty Sock Syndrome.
Bryant® Factory-Authorized Dealers are reliable, knowledgeable and dedicated to doing Whatever It Takes® to deliver home comfort you can count on. If you’re looking for peace of mind, you can’t go wrong working with Bryant-certified air conditioning and heater repair experts in your area.
A dehumidifier is one of the most effective solutions for removing excess moisture from indoor air and preventing the growth of mold and mildew. In this article, Air Comfort, Inc., a trusted local contractor offering heater and boiler repair services, shares more information on dehumidifiers. We also offer some tips on how to select the dehumidifier best suited to your needs.
You probably think you’re safe from the heat outside once you step into your home, but if you’re also dealing with high indoor humidity, comfort can be elusive and your health can be compromised. In this article, Air Comfort, Inc., a trusted provider of air conditioner and heater repair services, discusses the effects of high indoor humidity on your home.
Buying a new heating and cooling system isn’t as simple as purchasing a new refrigerator. Digital control systems and integration with a smart home are great features to have, but there’s more you should be looking into if you’re thinking about upgrading. Air Comfort, Inc. discusses the important considerations you need to be aware of when upgrading your HVAC system.
Geothermal heat pumps are heating and cooling systems that harness heat from the ground to warm homes and disperse it to cool them. Bryant® is one manufacturer that offers efficient geothermal systems that can be adapted to any home. Heater repair and installation contractor Air Comfort, Inc. shares a look at the key benefits of Bryant Geothermal Systems.
One of the most important components of an air conditioning system is its refrigerant, which is what makes air conditioning possible. This liquid agent is contained within the coils of an AC system, which provides the cooling and dehumidifying effects.