Tag: air conditioner

What the R-22 Ban Means to You

  As of January 1, 2020, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has banned R-22.  All production and importation of R-22 is banned from the United States. According to the EPA, “Because R-22 depletes the ozone layer, production and import was further limited in 2010. In 2020, R-22 will no longer be produced or imported. After


Heat, Humidity, the Dew Point, the AC and Your Comfort

  It seems like we spend all winter trying to get our home humidity levels up and then all summer trying to get them down. What exactly is humidity and the dew point and why does it matter? Relative humidity is the ratio (expressed as a percentage) of the amount of moisture in the air


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Bigger Isn’t Always Better:  Size Matters When Selecting an Air Conditioner

Choosing the right size air conditioner unit makes a big difference. The proper size of the unit will not only effect the temperature for every room in your home, the wrong size unit could cost you money. A unit that is too large may cool more quickly but may impede the efficacy of the unit’s


3 Signs Your AC is Making You Sick & What You Can do About It

Air conditioning is the best thing to have when the temperatures rise and the heat sets in, but the AC can cause you some health issues.  Your allergies or headaches may not be due to the outdoor seasonal weather but could be a result of your indoor HVAC system. A well-maintained and clean HVAC system