Frequently Asked Questions
Your air filters should be replaced every 1-3 months depending on usage and other variables. This is very important for the performance of your HVAC systems and your indoor air quality.
Your IAQ is so important for your health. It can be as much as 100 times worse than the outdoor air. There can be pollutants, dust, allergens, and mildew circulating your home affecting our wellbeing and health. Reducing and removing these bacteria and viruses is vitally important to your family and home.
When your air conditioner freezes up, either inside or at your outdoor unit, this is a big issue. This can cause serious damage if it isn’t taken care of promptly. The two main issues could be you are low on refrigerant charge or there is low air flow. It’s best to have a certified service technician diagnose the problem and take care of it correctly.
It can be a difficult decision deciding if you should invest in a new, efficient HVAC system or pour more money into your aging HVAC unit. If your AC is not completely broken, here are a few things to consider: energy costs, return on investment, your AC is very noisy, and it breaks down frequently.
It’s important to note that you shouldn’t attempt to fix your noisy air conditioner. A certified service technician knows the electrical system layouts and proper meters to test all the components of your AC. There could be multiple issues with your system when it’s too noisy. It’s incredibly important to have an HVAC tech handle this for you before it gets worse.
Saving money on your electric bill is always ideal in the summer. It's best practice to set your thermostat to 72 degrees with the fan set on auto rather than on. 72 degrees is the most comfortable for the majority of people. The higher you raise your thermostat the more money you’ll save.
There can be many reasons why your air conditioner is blowing warm air. It’s best to get the help of a HVAC technician to diagnose your system. Here are a few reasons your ac is not blowing cold air: you lost power to the outdoor unit, your system is low on refrigerant, or the evaporator coils might be dirty.
Yes, this is not normal for your furnace to be clicking and making odd noises. This can be caused by a variety of reasons: bearings, inducer, flame sensor, pilot light, ignitor, or gas supply. If you keep hearing this noise it is time to call an HVAC professional to have them diagnose and fix this issue for you.
On average, HVAC systems usually last 10 to 15 years. The older your system gets the less efficient it becomes and the worse it performs. Modern HVAC systems will save you money on your energy bills because they are more efficient.
Proper air filtration is crucial to the health of your family and HVAC system. Filters prevent bacteria, dust, and other particles from building up in your system and recirculating throughout your home. High-efficiency filters do an even better job of this, and help those that suffer from allergies. The most important part is to change them regularly. You can even order them on subscription from our filter shop!
One thing you can do is to prevent unwanted air from getting into your home. You can do this by sealing your duct system, doors, and windows. Then you can focus on improving your IAQ by installing an air purifier and high-efficiency air filtration system.