No one likes to spend their money on wasted energy during the cold winter, so what can you do to save energy in the home and keeping your hard-earned money for yourself?
The first thing most people think of when it comes to winter is heat, but there is another element to indoor air quality and comfort you can't overlook. Keeping the humidity level in your home balanced during the winter prevents mold growth and respiratory illness.
Mold is a type of fungus that can grow in damp homes. This fungus grows in fiberboard, wood, or gypsum board. Most homes, both older and newer homes, use these materials. Being exposed to this type of fungus is not good for you. You need to address the problem as soon as you can.
If you aren't concerned about indoor air pollution, then you need to learn more about its dangers. You spend more time inside your home than anywhere else, and if you work or go to school, then those environments must meet certain air quality standards. Here is what HVAC professionals believe can lead to poor air quality inside your home.
With the prices of energy going to increase as well, so does your utility bills. This same holds true during the summer. So, what’s the best way to heat and cool your home without having to overwork your HVAC system and pay a fortune?
When the temperature rises, we find ways to cool down. But, what happens when you go to turn on the AC and it only blows hot air? At this point, you have two options. You can call an HVAC professional for inspection or learn to deal with the heat. If option two isn’t cutting it, we’re here to help. If you need a new HVAC system, check out our list of the 5 most common air conditioners on the market.
It is time for fun in the sun. Unfortunately, with warmer temperatures also comes leaking air conditioners. One of the most frequently asked questions during the summer is “Why does my air conditioner leak water?”
When your air conditioner stops working, knowing if you should repair or replace it can be tricky. Do you wait it out and try to repair it, or do you throw in the towel and replace your air conditioner?You should consider many factors before making a final decision about replacing your HVAC. Here's what you need to know.
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Summer is almost here and everyone is excited to go on vacation or simply spending more time engaging in outdoor activities. However, even as we celebrate the arrival of summer, one thing that worries everyone is how to deal with the summer heat.
The team at Cahill Heating, Air Conditioning, and Electric hopes everyone will enjoy a safe, happy summer. This brief article offers five air conditioning fire prevention tips.
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