These Tips and Air Purifiers in the Bay Area Help Reduce Allergy Symptoms
Spring is finally here, but while you may be enjoying the warmer weather, you probably aren’t enjoying the higher pollen count if you suffer from allergies. While it’s nearly impossible to avoid all of the pollen in the air this spring, there’s still plenty that you can do to reduce your symptoms and not be too miserable. Here are some tips that should help. Continue reading
Why Might You Need Bay Area Air Duct Services?
Most people don’t ever think about how important ductwork is to your HVAC system. If you are getting heat or air conditioning through your ductwork, you probably think that is the most important thing. Those ducts can get damaged, which impacts the air quality in your home, the energy efficiency of the HVAC unit, and your comfort. Learn more about how your ducts can be damaged and when to call Bay Area air duct services. Continue reading
HVAC Repair in the Bay Area Spring Tips
At some point this spring, your HVAC system will switch over from heating to cooling. In this article, you’ll learn some ways to smoothly transition your HVAC system, and you’ll also learn whether you should be concerned about frequent switches between heating and cooling. Continue reading
What’s The Difference? Bryant Heating and Air Conditioning Systems Installers Explain
Maintaining the comfort of your home is easy with Bryant heating and air conditioning systems. You have many different options, from heat pumps, air conditioners, ductless systems, and more. Here’s what to know about heat pumps and air conditioners. Continue reading
Air Conditioning Repair in the Bay Area – Choosing a Heat Pump
Most people don’t buy many heat pumps throughout their adult life. A heat pump is designed to last from 10 to 20 years. When it is time to replace a heat pump, you want to get the one that fits your needs the best. You could rely on your contractor, but it’s good to understand some of the elements that go into choosing the right one. For professional air conditioning repair in the Bay Area, think of Element Home Solutions. Continue reading
Heater Repair Techs Look at Mitsubishi Heat Pump Longevity
If you want to make your home more energy efficient and lower your monthly utility bills, installing a Mitsubishi heat pump is an excellent solution. However, the lifespan of a heat pump is still up for debate. Most experts will say that a standard residential heat pump will last between 10 and 15 years, but some will tell you that a good heat pump can last up to 25 years, especially if it receives regular maintenance. Continue reading
Mitsubishi Heat Pump Installers Tips for Efficient Heating
Installing a Mistubishi heat pump in your home is a good way to increase your HVAC system and lower your utility bills, but you still need to know how to get the most out of it. First of all, try to avoid making huge jumps in the temperature when adjusting your thermostat. Quickly turning up the heat by several degrees in the winter will only activate your backup heater, which is wildly inefficient. Instead, adjust your thermostat gradually. Your heat pump will stay on longer, but it will heat your home more efficiently and use less energy. Continue reading
Should you Convert to Gas or Electric HVAC in San Jose?
Heating your home with gas is generally cheaper and more efficient, but it’s not a perfect system. Gas heaters tend to have a higher carbon footprint and more maintenance costs. Electric systems are generally more expensive month-to-month, but the initial investment can be lower than a gas system. If you’re thinking about converting from gas to electric, here are some things to consider about your HVAC in San Jose. Continue reading
What Makes a Mitsubishi Heat Pump Efficient?
As its name implies, a heat pump works by transferring heat from one location to another. In the case of a home HVAC system, this usually means transferring heat from indoors to the outside or vice versa. For example, a heat pump might cool a home by taking the warm air inside and “pumping” it outdoors. It can also heat a home on a cold day by transferring heat energy from the air outside into the house. Continue reading
Bay Area Air Purifiers Improve Winter Indoor Air Quality
We spend a lot more time inside in the winter months. Although we avoid the outside pollutants that get worse in the colder temperatures, the air quality in our homes gets worse when we can’t open the windows for ventilation. To keep the air you breathe inside safe and pleasant, here are some tips. Continue reading