Ways to Reduce Home Allergens (Prevention is the Key!)

Natural allergens occur in our homes daily. Often they go unnoticed, but sometimes, the lack of air quality can make us sick. Outside pollutants, dust, dust mites, pets, mold, mildew, etc. all can cause irritants that range from mild symptoms to severe allergic reactions. They can even cause you to develop allergies. Some allergy symptoms range from headaches, cold-like symptoms, and worsening of asthma and other illnesses. More…

Why An HVAC Maintenance Plan Is Essential

Why an HVAC Service Maintenance Plan Is Essential

For any homeowner or business that relies on a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system to ensure the comfort and clean air, a professional HVAC maintenance program is essential. Your HVAC system is an investment, and proper upkeep can help make it last.

Among the many benefits from an HVAC maintenance agreement are saving money through lower electrical, heating, and cooling costs. A well-maintained system functions at a higher level of efficiency than does a system that is neglected or in need of repair.

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Why Ongoing Training Is Essential for HVAC Technicians

Why Ongoing Training Is Essential for HVAC Technicians

Effective training is more essential than ever before for all technicians working in the HVAC industry today. The available air conditioning, heating, and furnace equipment and other state of the art products offered by all major HVAC manufacturers and the required service techniques and diagnostic equipment operating procedures are continually evolving to improve overall efficiency, safety, and security, and to enhance the end consumer experience.

Nearly constant ongoing training on both products and techniques is needed to keep abreast of this rapidly changing field. New innovative technologies are continually developing as high-tech ‘smart’ gadgets paired with the modern smartphone continue to provide increased consumer control. These new innovations both change and improve how we heat and cool our homes and manage the quality and purity of the air we breathe.

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AC Repair: DIY Or Call A Professional

Air Conditioner Repair: DIY or Professional?

It’s a beautiful summer morning in Tyler, Texas. The sun is shining. The birds are singing. All seems right with the world until you notice your air conditioning isn’t working.

Maybe it’s not coming on at all, or maybe it’s blowing air that’s just not as cold as it should be. By mid-afternoon, the temperature outside will be at least in the nineties, and the temperature inside your home won’t be far behind. So, what should you do? It’s natural to assume the worst- that you will need an expensive brand-new air conditioner or a completely new AC system installation. Thankfully, that is often not the case.

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Terms Every Homeowner Should Know

HVAC Glossary: Terms Every Homeowner Should Know

Trying to maintain your home’s HVAC system can seem like an overwhelming number of acronyms, complex hardware, and odd units of measurement. Learning some of the lingo involved in HVAC maintenance can help you understand your system a bit better, so you can know what exactly you’re using in your home (and hopefully even save money by understanding how certain parts work). It’s never recommended to try to do maintenance or make repairs on your own, there are professional HVAC maintenance programs for just that. But if you find that you do need an air conditioner repair at some point, knowing some of these terms will help you make sure you are getting the best work and equipment for your home (or, at the very least, it’ll be fun to quiz your mechanic’s HVAC vocabulary knowledge).

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