Our pets are part of our families. We want to do everything we can to keep them healthy. Similarly, we want to keep our homes healthy as well.
Due to fur, dander, and the tracking in of outdoor contaminants, pets can have a pretty serious impact on your indoor air quality and HVAC efficiency. But not if you follow these 5 HVAC tips for pet owners.
If your pet is causing issues with your HVAC system, there’s a way to solve that! Cats, dogs, or any other furry friend — apply these tips to your regular home cleaning routine and keep your pet, home, and family healthy for years to come.
Your home’s heating and cooling system goes through a lot. From keeping your home heated to various temperatures throughout the cool/cold weather months to switching things up completely and keeping it cool and comfy when warm/hot weather season arrives, your HVAC system rises to the challenge, season after season. Keeping it in great working order year after year requires a little know how on your part. Here are seven helpful tips for you that will help keep your HVAC system in top form when the seasons change:
As you start storing away your winter wardrobe and preparing your home for the upcoming warm weather, it is also a good time to maintain your HVAC system to ensure optimum efficiency. Professionals recommend cleaning and maintaining your system now because it allows you to catch small problems that could compromise your home’s comfort levels during the summer, when temperatures are high and HVAC technicians have a busy schedule.
Even though it feels like winter is going to go on forever in Rochester, spring and summer are right around the corner! That makes it the perfect time to prep your home HVAC system for the end of winter, even if it doesn't feel like winter is ending just yet. Of course, you should always change your air filter whenever the seasons change, but you can do a lot of other things to get your Feldman heating and cooling system ready for warmer weather.
The Fireman's Association of New York State is offering home-heating safety advice as we get through the middle of winter.
According to National Fire Prevention Association, heating is the second leading cause of home fire in the country. They say December, January, and February are the peak months for these kinds of fires.
Here are some tips on how to heat your home safely:
Pets are among the best family members we could have: They love us unconditionally, they’re always happy to see us, they make us laugh, they give us comfort. In short, they make our lives infinitely better.
Having furry babies also means having pet hair and dander all over your home. The vacuum cleaner has become your best friend. Lint rollers have become indispensable. Every time you look at yourself in the mirror, you have a couple of stray hairs from your puppy or kitty stuck somewhere on your clothes.
All in all, it’s accurate to say that when we have pets, we need to be mindful of ways to keep our HVAC systems at home working efficiently.
Can you think of a worse time for your HVAC system to stop working than during the holiday season? The Rochester winters are starting to hit, and they're hitting hard! Whether your plans include throwing festive parties, hosting out-of-town relatives, or relaxing at home, a functioning HVAC system is vital. Follow these four steps to avoid an HVAC breakdown this holiday season:
Taking care of your HVAC system is the best thing you can do to ensure it performs better and lasts longer. Having preventive care and regular, thorough inspections can help save money in repairs and buying new equipment.
There are several ways in which you can take care of your HVAC system. Some of these ways can be done by anyone, while others require expertise. In this article, we will highlight some of the ways you can do by yourself, as recommended by the experts. Here is the list.
With freezing temperatures and snowstorms, winter can do a number on your home. As such, it’s important to prepare to protect your property and ensure you can stay warm and comfortable during the coldest season of the year. To learn how to get your home ready for winter, check out these helpful tips.
Every year, we are faced with the inevitable task of preparing for the coming winter weather season. Cooler weather is showing its face, and we have begun calling on our heating systems to go back to work for us. The change of seasons requires us to prepare our heating systems for the long, cold winter ahead, and these checks need to be completed before you click the thermostat to heat.
As the seasons begin to change, you will need to notice the cool winds begin to blow. That means that you have to prep your home’s air conditioning for this cooler season. Check out these tips from Feldman Heating & Cooling.
HVAC technicians work on repairing or replacing different airflow systems. Different airflow systems that they work on can include refrigerators, AC units, and heaters. With the technological requirements of HVAC technicians in today’s world, the consensus is that – yes, you do need an education for these positions.