Tips, Tricks & Insights About HVAC

Between the sweating and the sneezing, it’s hard not to notice that summer is here in full force. Constant sweating and sneezing can obviously make life miserable this time of year. As HVAC experts who work with the people of Lafayette on a daily basis, we regularly see the negative effects heat and allergies can have on homeowners. Thankfully, overcoming allergies and the overbearing heat are two issues that can go hand-in-hand with each other (and can be fixed at the same time!)

Many of you ask us how to know if you need a dehumidifier in your home. The short answer is: You need a dehumidifier if you find that your home or business has a problem with moisture. The most common places that we install dehumidifiers are in bathrooms, basements, and crawlspaces.

We talk a lot about the importance of clean, healthy air, and we back that up with quality services and products. The first step to achieving clean air inside your home is a quality air filter. Air filters are a vital part of your HVAC unit's efficiency, and essential for obtaining a high level of clean, fresh air. We will cover all of the different kinds of air filters available to you and how they are graded on effectiveness. Hopefully, we will help you find one that is a good fit for your needs.

Before we start, we want to remind everyone that the most important thing about an air filter is that you rotate new ones in frequently. No matter how good your air filter is, it will lose its effectiveness after a short time. By rotating out your air filters, you can instantly increase the level of clean air in your home.

Did you know that the quality of the air that you breathe inside your home has a major impact on your health? Indoor air quality (IAQ) refers to the quality of indoor air as it pertains to your health and comfort. A large percentage of homeowners often neglect this important aspect of indoor living, causing either subtle or noticeable negative health effects. Indoor air quality should be everyone’s concern. Studies have shown that we spend up to 90 percent of our time indoors, ultimately proving the severity of the situation when indoor air quality is ignored. Additionally, people with allergies or asthma depend on high-quality air to live comfortably. An investment in your indoor air quality is an investment in your health.



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