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Are you looking to save on energy bills? Do you want better home heating and/or cooling year-round? Is your home in an area with harsh weather, causing failing HVAC?
Did you know that seasonal allergies happen due to allergenic germs? About 99 percent of germs are allergenic, which means they trigger allergy-like symptoms. These germs cause itchy and watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, stuffy noses, and more.
If you live in a cold climate, exhaust ventilation systems are recommended. If you live in a warm climate, supply ventilation is best. For either climate, balanced home ventilation systems could work. What’s the difference?
Ventilation is critical to home comfort, especially during the blistering heat. According to T.F. O’Brien Cooling & Heating in New York, “Proper ventilation prevents air pollutants from affecting the health of...your family. Having airflow in your home [gets] rid of...unwanted smells...from cooking or pets.
It’s also good to have [uninterrupted] airflow. Anything blocking the airflow in your home can cause damage to...your home and your health.”
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. Are you one of the few who knows which components make up an HVAC system? If you’re not quite sure, Warner Service explains what’s going on in the home HVAC system.
Some HVAC and indoor air quality manufacturers interchange “air scrubber” and “negative air machine”, because each removes impure air. To reap the biggest benefits of each based on your home, it’s important to differentiate the two.
An air conditioner breakdown in the middle of July is the worst, but why did that happen? You'll hear lots of reasons about why the A/C stopped working, but Warner Service is here to end the conversation. This is a comprehensive, end-all-be-all list of why the air conditioning broke down.
The warm weather hits Maryland hard every year.
From 36 inches of snow to a month of rain to 80-degree summer temperatures. With the drastic change in weather, HVAC systems are taking a beating. From hot to cold and back again, units are likely to overload.
Before you blast the air conditioner, learn how to avoid an air conditioning overload.