September 14, 2019

What is Balanced Ventilation?

Most HVAC systems in a home operate on a supply- or exhaust-based system. The issue with this is that when the air is constantly coming from only one source, it’s subject to more pollution. It’s commonly believed that the air in a home that uses these types of systems, can have air that’s up to 10 times more polluted than the air outside. We receive many health benefits from the filtration systems our HVAC systems provide, and a balanced ventilation system provides even more. is happy to provide you with more information on balanced ventilation to see if it’s something...

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September 4, 2019

The Best HVAC System for a Multifamily Home

Selecting the best HVAC system for your multifamily home is a decision not to be taken lightly. Your choice will affect your outlay, the energy bills and the comfort of the occupants. To make the best choice, you need to know the determining factors that make an HVAC system ideal for your specific needs. Let’s look at how to decide on the best HVAC system for a multifamily home. Accounting for Peak Energy Demand Assessing peak energy demand for a multifamily home is a lot trickier than doing so for a single-family unit. Peak demand depends on usage by many...

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August 19, 2019

What is a SEER Rating?

You’ve probably heard the term “SEER rating” before, especially when it comes to air conditioners and other cooling and heating devices. What does a SEER rating mean? How do you distinguish between a good SEER rating and one that perhaps isn’t quite up to par? What Is a SEER Rating? “SEER” technically stands for “Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio.” Essentially, the SEER rating system seeks to give a numerical value to the energy efficiency of a particular cooling or heating unit. It’s similar to the miles per gallon ratio on cars in the sense that it’s a useful tool for getting...

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July 10, 2019

Ductless Systems vs. Air Conditioners

If you want to keep your home cool during those hot summer months, most people consider adding air conditioning systems or ductless systems to their home. The type of system that you add depends on the structure of your home, how much noise you can tolerate, and whether you want to look at your air conditioner. Ductless Systems Are Hung on the Wall Like a traditional air conditioning unit, coolant passes through a condenser to a handler unit that is hung on the wall. However, as the name suggests, the cold air will not be sent through a series of...

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