Indoor air quality has become a growing concern for many homeowners and businesses. With summer around the corner, it is prime time to make sure your HVAC system is ready to provide cool, clean air for your home. Maintaining good indoor air quality inside your home will help these seasonal colds and allergies find their way out the door. Poor air quality can lead to a variety of health issues, including allergies, respiratory problems, and other illnesses. In response to this, many people have turned to air filtration and purification systems to help improve the air quality in their homes and businesses.
With the onset of the summer months, many people start to rely on their air conditioning system to keep their homes cool and comfortable. However, if your AC system is not well-maintained or prepared for the season, you can easily run into issues that could result in higher energy bills, system inefficiency, or a potential breakdown. Use the steps below to prepare your AC and get ready to chill all summer long.
When it comes to your home's HVAC system, it's important to make sure it's in good working order. However, over time, wear and tear can take a toll on your system. Having a technician come and perform tune-ups on your HVAC system annually will help discover any hidden problems and fix them before they can get worse. If you're experiencing problems with your heating and cooling system, you may be wondering if it's time to repair or replace it.
This Saturday, April 1st, our Final Four teams will compete to advance to the Championship. After such an unpredictable tournament, this Saturday is guaranteed to be nail-biting and exhilarating to watch. Let's check out our final teams.
Do you remember the last time you cleaned your air conditioner? Keeping your air conditioner clean is vital to the comfort and indoor air quality of your home. Allergens, bacteria, or viruses can get find their way into a system that is not properly cleaned. When this happens, these particles and germs can be challenging to remove. Central air conditioning systems require heavy effort when it comes to cleaning. Taking the time to properly disinfect your AC is worth your family's health and peace of mind.
Friday is the second day of the Sweet 16 games! Take a look at which teams in our March Sadness tournament will be facing off tonight.
Thursday is the first day of the Sweet 16 games! Take a look at which teams in our March Sadness tournament will be facing off tonight. We'll cover Thursday's Sweet 16 games today and we'll cover the remaining games tomorrow.
The Inflation Reduction Act has started to persuade more homeowners to consider switching over to a heat pump due to the available tax credits and rebates. With these rebates and tax credits, homeowners can potentially earn back some the money they put forward for a heat pump within the year. The end goal of the Inflation Reduction Act is to reduce household emissions and reach net zero by 2050. This means that 23 million homes currently heated by gas or oil will need to move to a low-carbon alternative, such as a heat pump.
Since heat pumps are fairly new and so different from other heating and cooling systems, let's break down common misconceptions about them and cover what's actually true.
As of November 1, 2021, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has released $3.37 billion in LIHEAP Funding to states. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, helps families living on low incomes by paying their heating bills in the form of a cash grant.
Older homes in Bucks County, Pa. and Philadelphia, Pa. have qualities that you just can't find in new construction -- at least not without a sizable investment to replicate the character. However, these charming older homes come with one setback: they're notoriously challenging to heat and cool without spending a fortune. That's where ECI Comfort and Mitsubishi Electric can step in to help.