Sunday, 8 November 2015

Tecumseh Provides Updated Position on Refrigerant Transition

In follow-up to the document that Tecumseh issued in October 2014 regarding recommended refrigerants, the company has more

3 Energy Tips to Get Better Air Quality in Your Home


Did you know your indoor quality probably isn't much better than the air outside? In fact, if your home doesn't have the proper ventilation, it could be even worse! Luckily, there are a few steps you can take to make the air your family breathes cleaner and safer.

Keep Up With HVAC Maintenance

This is the most important part of ensuring your home's air quality. A dirty, dusty HVAC system traps debris, dust mites and other hazardous material in the filters, which can then be redistributed throughout your home. Prevent this problem by changing filters once per month and having the entire system professionally cleaned several times per year.

Install Purification or Filtration Products

A professional HVAC specialist can install systems that work to keep your air clean and comfortable. These systems include:

  • Purification systems
  • Filtration systems
  • Humidity control systems
  • Comfort controls

Install a New HVAC Unit

If your home's HVAC unit is very old or doesn't seem to work properly despite keeping up on maintenance, a new system may be in order. Today's units are designed to maintain air quality, not to mention save you money by being more energy efficient.

If you're concerned about the air your family is breathing, stop worrying and get help. Visit this website for more energy tips in Apex.

Are You Neglecting Your A/C System?

Keeping your air conditioning system well maintained gives you comfortable temperatures, lower humidity, less noise, fewer dust particles and better sleep for you and your family. It also decreases how much energy you use, meaning more money for that family vacation!