Archive for September, 2015

What Should I Expect from a Heating Maintenance Session?

Monday, September 28th, 2015

We’ve officially entered the fall, and in Huntsville TX, that means your air conditioner will be seeing less and less use, and your heater will be seeing more and more. Before the temperature drops too far, you should schedule a routine maintenance session for your heating system with a trained technician. Maintenance sessions are designed to address the countless little problems that develop over the normal use of your system. They will help your heater perform more efficiently – saving you money in lower monthly bills – and if larger repairs are needed, the technician can spot them and schedule a formal session before you need to use your heater every day. “What should I expect from a heating maintenance session?” you ask. Here’s a brief outline below. (more…)

Should I Consider a Geothermal System?

Monday, September 21st, 2015

With summer coming to an end, homeowners in Huntsville, TX have an opportunity to assess their heating and air conditioning system and determine if the time has come to replace them. If it has, you might want to consider an alternative form of heating and air conditioning such as a geothermal system. Though they cost a more to install than other systems, they provide a number of long-term benefits and can help you make high monthly energy bills a thing of the past. Here’s why you should consider a geothermal system for your home. (more…)

How Does Humidity Impact My Indoor Air Quality?

Monday, September 14th, 2015

We tend to focus more on temperature control when determining our household comfort levels. That means quality air conditioning and heating systems, which remain most people’s priorities. But here in Huntsville, TX, humidity levels play just as much of a role. High humidity and low humidity can each create very specific problems: affecting not only your indoor air quality, but also your family’s health and comfort. The good news is that you can use a whole-house humidifier or dehumidifier to adjust the relative humidity levels. But before you pull the trigger on an installation, you should understand how humidity impacts your indoor air quality, and why these products are so important to your household. (more…)

3 Ways Your Air Conditioner is Improved by Indoor Air Quality Services

Monday, September 7th, 2015

Your air conditioner is the first, best weapon to keep your home comfortable. But it’s not the only one, however: indoor air quality products help keep your air from feeling stagnant or musty, and well as eliminating a host of undesirable conditions from your home. None of those products work in a vacuum, which means they can affect your air conditioner in beneficial ways as well as doing the jobs they were meant to do. That’s no small consideration here in Huntsville, TX, where our brutal summers can really put the squeeze on your monthly cooling bills. Here’s a brief list of 3 ways your air conditioner is improved by indoor air quality services. (more…)