4 Ways a Zone Control System Saves Money

November 20, 2020

As more homeowners in northeast Texas look for ways to stretch their budgets, zone control systems for heating and cooling are emerging as popular upgrades. Zone controls work by installing multiple thermostats in your house so you can use different settings in each area. This is an ideal option for homeowners who have rooms, like a guest room, that are used less frequently. The system also includes dampers inside the ducts that open and close to control airflow into each space. You can also use zone control systems throughout the house to keep your bedroom warmer or cooler than the...

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What are the Types of Smart Thermostats?

October 20, 2020

Learn About the Types of Smart Thermostats A smart thermostat provides a convenient way for you to control the temperature of your home in Greenville, TX. If you’ve been using an old manual thermostat until now, you’ll be impressed with the features offered by a smart thermostat. Read on to learn about the types of smart thermostats, how they work and what they need in order to communicate with your home’s heating and cooling system. Dealer-Based Versus DIY Some smart thermostats are only available through a heating, ventilation and air conditioning company such as ours, in Greenville. These thermostats are...

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FAQs about Indoor Air Pollution

September 20, 2020

Air quality and indoor air pollution is something that is commonly brought up by people attempting to sell gadgets that claim to make air quality better. However, what about air pollution once you move into a building? Is it something you should be concerned with? The following questions will help you gain a better understanding of the issue and how to solve it. 1. What Is Indoor Air Pollution? Most people think of smog when they think of air pollution. However, this is only a small percentage of the actual pollutants you run into. In most buildings, you will find...

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Summertime HVAC: Common Seasonal Problems

August 8, 2020

Around Greenville, you can always count on summer to be long, hot, and humid. With those conditions in play, it’s important that your air conditioner can run strong all summer long. In the midst of the heat, though, your HVAC system may run into issues that make it difficult to keep your home cool. By understanding these issues in advance, you will be better prepared to keep an eye out for them. Of course, you can always rely on to address any issues before they cause serious damage. Extra Dust Along with plenty of heat, summer can also often bring...

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Things to Consider When Buying a New AC

July 12, 2020

During warmer spring and summer weather, you rely on your air conditioner to keep your home at the ideal temperature. A working cooling system is a must-have. Investing in a new air conditioner can be a stressful experience if you’re not sure what to look for in a quality unit. To help you make the right decision for your home in Greenville, be sure to consider the following factors. Energy Efficiency If you want to keep monthly cooling costs low, invest in an air conditioner with higher energy efficiency. Look for options with Energy Star certifications that use much less...

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How to Tell if You Need Air Conditioning Repair Work

June 6, 2020

Your air conditioning unit is one of the essential items for your comfort, and it needs regular maintenance to keep functioning well. It is vital to address any challenge at its early stage rather than waiting until the unit starts malfunctioning. Below are common signs that you need air conditioner repair in your northeast Texas home. 1. Poor Cooling A well-functioning air conditioning unit should keep your room at an even and comfortable temperature. A refrigerant leak or a broken compressor could be the reason your AC is blowing hot air. It could also mean a filter needs replacement or...

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Questions First Time HVAC Buyers Should Ask

May 11, 2020

If you’re thinking about installing an HVAC system, you probably have a few questions. In the world of heating and air conditioning, there have been advancements in comfort and energy efficiency. Before you buy, you need to know all the aspects of your potential unit. Here are some essential questions that you should be asking as a first-time HVAC buyer. What Do I Need to Know? With the right HVAC system, you can keep your home comfortable throughout the year. It also plays a vital role in maintaining your indoor air quality and humidity levels. A new system will allow...

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What’s a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER)?

April 15, 2020

Homeowners who have decided to replace an old cooling system need to understand what seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) means. For folks who want to save money on monthly energy costs, SEER is an important designation to address. Once you know the definition of SEER, and how it can serve you, selecting equipment becomes an easier task. The right SEER can support your indoor air requirements and help you save on energy costs. What Is a SEER? The seasonal energy efficiency ratio helps identify the efficiency of an air conditioner. A general rule of thumb is the higher the SEER,...

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Do Air Humidifiers Clean Indoor Air Pollution?

March 19, 2020

Living in Greenville, Texas, means having to cope with dry, arid air all year round. While many residents would prefer dry air to the extreme humidity of other climates, this can result in having indoor air with very little moisture. Dry skin, respiratory issues, and nosebleeds are just a few unpleasant side-effects of struggling with dry indoor air. If this sounds like your home, you may be asking yourself, “should I invest in a whole-house humidifier or an air purifier?” While these two systems sound very similar at first glance, they actually have two very different functions. In this blog...

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How To Improve Indoor Air Quality Naturally

February 20, 2020

Having good air quality in their home is something that many people take for granted, but they shouldn’t. Maintaining clean air in your interior environment will help to keep you healthy. Due to the importance of your air quality, you should look for ways to improve it. Here are a few tips that you can follow to naturally improve your indoor air quality. Replace Filters One of the easiest things you can do to improve the air quality in your home is to replace your air filters on time. Depending on the type of HVAC system you own and the...

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