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3 Easy Ways to Controlling Static Electricity at Home

May 22, 2019

It can be a little shocking, literally, when static electricity starts to build up at your home. In addition to giving you small jolts when you touch certain items or other people, static can also cause clothes to stick together and hair to stick straight up. Fortunately, there are some ways in which this issue can be addressed. 1. Add Moisture Dry air and static electricity can sometimes go hand in hand. To improve things at home, consider putting in a whole-home humidifier. Many modern units are relatively efficient and quiet to run. They can be purchased to be an independent appliance or hooked up to your existing HVAC system. At , we work with many clients in the Greater San Antonio area who are interested in improving comfort conditions at home, and we always individualize our recommendations based on our assessments. 2. Add House Plants While a whole-home humidifier should be able to handle things, some people in smaller places may want to take a different approach. In this case, we’d recommend adding plants to your home. Plants release a lot of moisture, so they can do the same job as a humidifier but just on a smaller scale....

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Expectations for Your HVAC Repair Appointment

March 8, 2019

Dealing with a heating or cooling system that needs major repairs or replacement can be stressful. Trying to find a reliable and professional company to handle the job can add stress to this situation. Fortunately, most HVAC companies are experienced and wholly committed to providing superb customer service and expert work. understands your concerns, and we always follow the same processes of superior service for every job we undertake. You can expect the same services every time. Certified and Licensed Technicians When you’re researching a professional heating and cooling company, you’ll want to know about certification and training. HVAC certification means that the technicians are qualified to install, repair, and maintain heating and cooling systems in their state and have passed exams. There are three main types of certifications: the North American Technical Excellence (NATE) certification, the HVAC Excellence certification, and the EPA federal certification to handle refrigerants. is fully certified and licensed as well as bonded and insured in the state of Texas, and we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. On Time and Courteous Any heating and cooling company that’s reputable will be sincere about gaining and retaining satisfied customers. This means that HVAC professionals...

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Tips for Finding Air Leaks in Your Home

February 22, 2019

Cracks and other openings in the doors and windows can cause air leaks in your San Antonio home. When this situation happens, you have to find a way of sealing the openings to avoid losing heat and inflating your energy bills. Here are some of the ways you can detect air leaks. Use Your Hand This technique works best on cold days. All you need to do is to heat the interior so that the air inside is hotter than that flowing through the cracks. After heating, place your hand around the areas where you suspect the air is leaking through. Feel around the edges of the windows and doors. If there is a leak, you will feel the cold air blowing on your hands. Use a Candle The candle method is used for leaks that are small. These leaks may not be detected by your hand, but a candle will do the trick. Simply light a candle and pass it near the places that are likely to let air inside your house. Pay attention to the flame because when there is a leak, the flame will shake. Depressurize the House to Find Air Leaks Just like the hand test,...

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HVAC and AC Are Not the Same Systems

February 12, 2019

There are a few differences between an HVAC and air conditioning unit. Many homeowners are confused by these two systems and how they operate. While they are different, many people do not know what separates them. Many home builders and contractors will use “HVAC” and “AC” interchangeably. There is a difference in the way that both units operate and function in your home. The acronyms may confuse people, but they are two different systems for heating and cooling. A professional HVAC company will be happy to help you find the right kind of unit for your living space. What Is an HVAC System? The term HVAC stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. The HVAC is responsible for cooling and heating your home or business. Its ventilation ducts allow the moisture to drain from the system. An HVAC system has a few components. The furnace, air conditioner, and vents all work together in an HVAC unit. While most HVAC units do include air conditioning, it is not uncommon to find an HVAC system without this component. What Is an AC System? Air conditioning, or AC, is just used to cool down the air in your home. The term “AC” is...

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Can HVAC Air Filters Be Recycled?

January 26, 2019

Air filters play a big role in your home’s indoor air quality. They capture dust, hair, mold spores, bacteria, viruses and other particles that would otherwise go through your home’s air ducts and into your living spaces. Air filters come in disposable and reusable varieties. Therefore, it is important to know which types can be recycled and how to responsibly dispose of a spent air filter from your heating and cooling system. Disposable Air Filters Disposable air filters are made from a polyester fiber or fiberglass insert and a cardboard frame. Fiberglass cannot be recycled. In some places, polyester fibers can be recycled, but you may have to take it to a specialty recycling center that deals with plastics. The cardboard is recyclable in most communities. However, tearing off the cardboard frame from the insert could expose you to all of the dust and other particles captured by the filter. In most cases, you’ll be better off disposing of these filters into the trash. Disposable air filters are designed to last for about 30 to 90 days. Going through four to 12 of these in a year could generate a lot of waste. If this is concerning to you, consider...

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Do I Need an Air Cleaner in My Home?

October 5, 2018

We spend most of our hours of the day at home, and most of that time is spent inside the home, not in our yards. So indoor air quality matters in the home. You breathe it while awake and sleeping. Good air quality can make all the difference in your health and quality of life. So, do you need an air cleaner? That depends on what’s in the air your breathe and how your home is presently removing — if at all — those air pollutants. Indoor air quality Can Contain: Bacteria Viruses, like the cold and flu viruses Allergens, like mold spores, pet dander, dust, ragweed Chemical, like smoke, gases, benzene, formaldehyde Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that are known to cause cancer All of these pollutants make you sick, some more so than others. Making it worse are newer homes that are energy efficient. Energy efficiency is great on the pocket but bad on health because not only does it seal in energy, it seals in all these pollutants. What Home design or Upgrades can Remove Pollutants? Removing pollutants is hard to do, but you may already be doing it without knowing it. Your home’s design can act as...

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