Your indoor HVAC elements can stick out like a sore thumb. Moving them out of sight downgrades their efficiency and your home comfort. Fortunately, you can hide them creatively right where there are. Here are some tips for integrating your HVAC equipment into your home’s interior design.
It’s tough to live without cooling in Yuma, which is why financial planners recommend putting money aside in the monthly budget for its repair or replacement, along with other home essentials like its roof and water heater.
Pet owners appreciate the freedom that pet doors offer, but for all their convenience and benefits, they’re not always energy efficient. While the ability of the door flap has to resist heat transfer, the greater concern is air leaks around the flap and the pet door’s frame.
Our homes are repositories for all manner of harmful air pollutants, including pollen, pet dander, mold, mildew, dust mites and dust. But among the most harmful are volatile organic compounds, or VOCs. These are gases that are emitted from chemicals found in liquids and solids. VOCs occur from a wide variety of substances present in […]
The air filter in your Yuma home’s HVAC system serves the valuable purpose of trapping airborne particles that could otherwise infiltrate the system and collect on and damage sensitive components. If the filter isn’t changed regularly, it will gradually become clogged with debris and slowly stifle essential airflow through the system.