June 14, 2021

How To Keep Your Home Cool Without Air Conditioning

If you live in an older-style home, it’s likely that you don’t have a centralized air conditioning unit installed. While a centralized home air conditioning system has many advantages for your family, it may not be in your budget right now. Luckily, there are many different strategies that you can use to keep your house cool during this upcoming summer season in Concord. Install Ceiling Fans One of the best investments that you can make to help keep your home cold in the summer season is to install ceiling fans. You’ll want to install these in your living room and...

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May 10, 2021

What Size Air Conditioner Do I Need for My Home?

Air conditioners last an average of 10-15 years when properly maintained. This means that most homeowners will need to replace their unit at least once. When it is time to replace yours, how do you determine if the size you have is right or if you should go bigger? How Is Size Measured? Size for air conditioners is measured in BTUs or British Thermal Units. This unit of measurement is the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree. Essentially, the BTU rating for an air conditioner measures how much heat it...

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April 14, 2021

How Do UV Light Indoor Air Quality Products Work?

Air purifiers and HEPA filters are probably the first things that spring to mind when you think about air purification. Both are excellent at eliminating contaminants and enhancing indoor air quality. However, these two technologies aside, using UV lights is another excellent way to improve air quality in a building. But what exactly are they, and how do they enhance indoor air quality? Let’s find out. What Are UV Lights? Ultraviolet (UV) means “beyond violet.” While violet light is visible to the naked eye, UV light isn’t. On earth, they are largely transmitted from the sun’s rays, and unprotected exposure...

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February 4, 2021

Signs Of Poor Indoor Air Quality

Most people take indoor air quality for granted. Besides heating and cooling your home, HVAC systems maintain optimal humidity levels. Air duct leaks, dirty filters, and other issues can cause poor indoor air quality. The following are signs that you may have poor indoor air quality. Allergies The contaminants in indoor air often make you feel sick, which might explain why you suffer from allergies. Common pollutants that cause indoor air quality poor include dander, pollen, dust, and pet air. HVAC systems operate by pulling air through the registers and into the ductwork for heating or cooling. Contaminants get trapped...

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December 16, 2020

Should I Be Worried About Carbon Monoxide in My Home?

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a topic in the media that many homeowners in Harrisburg may not fully understand. However, monitoring for the gas is as important as having a smoke detector. Carbon monoxide poisoning sends thousands of people to the emergency room every year. Hundreds of people die as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning that isn’t caused by fires. Unfortunately, many of these people didn’t know about sources of carbon monoxide in their homes. They also don’t know the health effects of the gas, symptoms of poisoning, or how to keep their families safe. Here are five reasons why...

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August 9, 2020

FAQs About Ductless Air Conditioning

If you’re looking for a home-cooling solution that is effective, efficient, and less expensive to operate, then a ductless air conditioner from could be the perfect option for you. These smaller systems allow for easy cooling of a single room, allowing you to save excess cooling capacity, thereby saving money. To better understand if a ductless system is right for your needs, here are answers to a few questions that are frequently asked about ductless air conditioners. How Do Ductless Systems Differ From Window Units? When most people think of smaller air conditioner units, they think of window units. Window...

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June 13, 2020

Signs You Need a Dehumidifier

A dehumidifier works by decreasing and maintaining a certain level of humidity, or water vapor, in the air. It is essential for preventing the growth of mildew and mold in basements, crawl spaces, and other areas that attract or conserve too much moisture. However, the presence of moisture by itself does not make getting a dehumidifier an absolute necessity. Here are six tell-tale signs that you may need one. 1. You Have Health Issues Those people with allergies or asthma or who are prone to respiratory illnesses can benefit from a dehumidifier. Since too much moisture in the air can...

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May 11, 2020

How To Ensure The Best Indoor Air In Your Baby’s Bedroom

Your baby is the most precious part of your life, and you work day and night to make a safe environment. Many parents think of some components of air quality and the effect they might have on helping keep their little ones healthy. However, many parents do not understand all the components of air quality they can control and what those potential pollutants may do. To ensure your baby has the healthiest environment while sleeping, consider these six ways to improve air quality. 1. Use Non-Toxic Paints The first thing to consider is the paint you use to decorate the...

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March 18, 2020

Do Air Humidifiers Clean Indoor Air Pollution?

In today’s world, the idea of going somewhere to get “a breath of fresh air” is becoming more difficult to realize. With air pollution at all-time highs, it might seem like the only place you can go to breathe clean, fresh air is inside your Harrisburg home. Unfortunately, indoor air can often be just as polluted as outdoor air, especially during the extreme weather months when you keep your house mostly closed-up. To maintain a clean and safe interior, it’s important to know how best to purify the air. One common air treatment device is a humidifier. Since it works...

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October 20, 2019

Putting Your Thermostat to Work This Fall

The thermostat plays a critical role in the operation of your HVAC system. It sets everything into motion and helps you to regulate the heating and cooling in your home. If you’re still using an older thermostat, upgrading may be a good choice to give you even more control. Smart thermostats utilize Wi-Fi and connect to your mobile phone, so you’ll be able to adjust the temperature or turn it off or on even when you’re away from home. is happy to provide you with some advice to help you get the most out of your thermostat this fall. Keeping...

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