With wildfire occurrences becoming more frequent, it is important that homeowners make sure that their property is protected. To help minimize the risk of damage during a wildfire, HVAC contractors from Green Air Heating and Air Conditioning share these five simple tips.
One of the worst situations that a homeowner can encounter is fire. If your house is damaged in a wildfire, it is very likely the damage will be severe.
Spending more time with your family indoors to keep warm this winter could push your HVAC system to work twice as hard, which can lead to higher utility bills. One of the most practical ways to improve air quality without breaking the bank is by investing in a smart HVAC system. Green Air Heating and Air Conditioning discusses three main benefits of this type of HVAC system.
A central air conditioner offers the most convenient and cost-effective way to cool and dehumidify your entire home. Individually, it costs more than a room AC or an evaporative cooler, but its price can be less than that of multiple, smaller units combined. If you already have existing ductwork, expect to pay a lower installation cost. The strategic location of vents allows it to cool areas more evenly.
If you are encountering issues with your furnace, there are literally hundreds of reasons that could have caused them. However, some problems are more common than others. This is a good place to start if you are having your system diagnosed.