HEPA Filtration Can Help Get Rid of Allergens, but What’s Involved in Installation?

Thursday, August 8th, 2013

HEPA Filtration Can Help Get Rid of Allergens, but What's Involved in Installation?The air you breathe inside your home needs some help. Professionally installed high-efficiency particulate air filtration (HEPA) removes the toxins, allergens and dust mites before they get to your family. Some of the press about indoor air quality and HEPA filters can be confusing. While installing HEPA involves more than just adding a new filter, your HVAC professional will be glad to explain the process and evaluate your Fresno home for improved HEPA filtration.

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MERV Ratings: Be Sure You’re Replacing Your Air Filters With the Right One

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Changing your HVAC system’s air filter is both the simplest and most effective action you can take to improve efficiency and extend your equipment’s life span. But how do you know if you’re installing the right kind of filter? Learn how MERV ratings work to help you choose the best air filter to increase efficiency and extend the life of the system.

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Check Your HVAC Filter Often For Maximum Efficiency, Comfort

Tuesday, December 25th, 2012

check your air filter fresno californiaIf you want to improve the air quality inside your home, lower your cooling and heating bills, and extend the life of your equipment, make it a point to check your HVAC filter monthly. The air filter is the first line of defense against premature wear and high conditioning bills. Dirty filters slow the passage of air through the air handler, making your whole system run longer. 

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Clean Furnace Filters Enhance Efficiency

Friday, October 21st, 2011

Clean Furnace Filters Enhance EfficiencyThe more efficient your furnace, the more comfortable you’ll feel and the less money you’ll spend on household energy costs. With that in mind, residents of the San Joaquin Valley should do everything in their power to enhance the efficiency of their furnace. The best way to keep your furnace in tip-top condition, of course, is annual maintenance. However, there is one maintenance task that you can perform year round to enhance the efficiency of your system – changing furnace filters.

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With As Much As San Joaquin Valley Homeowners Need Their A/Cs, Preventive Maintenance Should Not Be Ignored

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Having your air conditioning cut out during the peak of the season can be more than frustrating; it can threaten your health. Summers in the San Joaquin Valley can be unbearable with their high temperatures, and for some segments of the population, such as young children and the elderly, they can also be dangerously hot. Keeping your air conditioning in top shape with a little preventive maintenance can prolong the life of your unit, which helps avoid costly repairs as well.

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Shopping For A MERV Filter: So What Do All Those Numbers Mean, Anyway?

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

If you have been shopping for a new air filter for your HVAC system, you may have noticed that the filters each come with a MERV number of between 1 and 20. But what do those numbers mean, anyway?

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Summer Is In Full Swing: Use These Operational Tips To Augment Your Air-Conditioning System

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

With summer roaring through the San Joaquin Valley, the worst thing that could happen is the demise of your air conditioning system.  There are a number of steps you can perform yourself to help keep you comfortable for the rest of the summer while keeping your home as energy efficient as possible.

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Air Filtering 101: How To Use MERV

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Meet MERV.

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Getting Tired Of Being Indoors? Change Your Indoor Air With Ventilation

Thursday, August 18th, 2011

If you live in the Fresno area, you’re probably spending a lot of time indoors during the summer months and understand the difference between a home with good ventilation and one without. Having a properly ventilated home doesn’t just make the air in your home feel better, it’s safer for you to breath and helps avoid serious health problems.

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Summer Allergy Season Is In Full Swing: Here’s To Foster Your Indoor Air Quality

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Most people who suffer from allergies know that trees, flowers and other plants outdoors can trigger allergy attacks, but what about indoor air quality?  You may not realize it, but the air inside your home is more contaminated than the air outdoors, sometimes much more.  Dust, smoke, pet dander and even excess moisture that harbors bacteria can lead to or aggravate allergies. What can you do when you’re tired of red eyes, sneezing and a runny nose?

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