Do you suffer from seasonal allergies? Do you have an issue with dust in your home? If you’re using a standard one inch fiberglass filter, you're doing no good for your allergies or your dust.
The fiberglass filters let almost everything through. The next step from fiberglass filter is using paper filters and if you have a one inch slot, you can put a one inch paper filter though there.
That will significantly increase the air filtration compared to a fiberglass filter but may collect enough debris that you find yourself changing them on a monthly basis. If you put in a large mechanical filter, a large, pleated paper filter, you can get cleaning that far exceeds a one inch paper filter and will last for six months to a year.
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.
Let’s face it– unless you’re in the industry, the topic of HVAC also known as Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning… might not seem all that interesting. We personally love anything and everything heating and cooling related. However, we thought you’d still enjoy these rather interesting facts about HVAC systems. Here are ten interesting facts about HVAC you (probably) didn’t know. Who knows, they might help you win trivia night!
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