Suffering from High Cooling Bills? Here’s Why

September 19, 2020

Have you seen a significant unexpected increase in your energy bills? Your air conditioner can account for as much as 50% or more of your monthly electricity usage in the warm spring and summer months that the Dallas-Fort Worth area sees. Thankfully, there may be some steps that you can take to reduce this usage and get your bills back under control. Our team at [company name] has put together an overview of five reasons why your energy bill may be higher than you expect. We will also give you some tips and suggestions on how you can resolve these...

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Five Best Houseplants for Improving Air Quality

August 2, 2020

Air quality is one of the most important factors in your home. Even if the air is at a perfect temperature, it’s still horrible if it is nearly unbreathable. Air quality is also good for your long-term health. Did you know that houseplants are fantastic for improving air quality? You don’t have to turn to complicated HVAC appliances to fix your air after all. Here are five of the best houseplants for improving air quality. 1. Peace Lily First, the peace lily is a great way to start air quality improvement. This plant is an all-around solution to the majority...

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What is Super Cooling?

July 12, 2020

Your air conditioner uses more energy than any other device. According to the Department of Energy, the typical heating and cooling costs make up about 48% of your energy bills. These bills can be high, especially during those summer months. If you have high energy costs, you may want to look for ways to save some money without sacrificing your comfort. Some homeowners will set their thermostats at 79 degrees throughout the day. However, others want to maximize their savings with a method called supercooling. With this technique, you can keep your home cool and reduce the costs of your...

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8 Tips To Keep Your AC System Running Optimally

June 12, 2020

It can get really hot in Texas, and you want your AC system to work as efficiently as possible to provide indoor comfort without incurring undue costs. Your air conditioner is a complex system and has many parts to its whole. Not only do you want your system itself to be in top running condition, but you also need your home environment to work hand-in-hand with the AC for the system to work optimally. There are many ways in which you can improve the efficiency of your cooling system by optimizing methods and practices that affect your AC unit both...

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Common Indoor Air Quality Myths

May 9, 2020

Your home is your refuge from the world, and as such, you want to be able to enjoy the time you spend there. Maintaining a comfortable temperature is a large part of home relaxation, but the quality of the indoor air itself is also a major factor in overall home comfort. It is not just the way the air feels on your skin, but the effect the allergens, contaminants and chemicals in the air can have on your comfort levels. has been providing exceptional air quality services to the Dallas and Fort Worth areas for over 15 years, and we...

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Indoor Air Quality Tips For People with Allergies

April 13, 2020

If you suffer from allergies, poor air quality in your home could make the situation worse. Allergens are behind a variety of health issues — from sniffles and coughs to trouble breathing. The severity of the problem can be worse during specific seasons of the year. Winter temperatures, which often cause people to close doors and windows, lead to an increase in indoor air pollution. Whether you’re trying to deal with seasonal pollen allergies or pet dander throughout the year, there are several steps that you can take to improve your situation. Having clean air in your home is important...

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How Scheduling Spring HVAC Maintenance Saves Money

March 19, 2020

Maintenance is a dreaded word for most people, kind of like chores. You know it is something you should do, but you question if it is really worth the time, effort, and money. This is common, and just like chores, sometimes that maintenance slips until you start really noticing it needs some attention. You may notice an odd noise coming from your system, or maybe you notice the air does not seem to be coming out of your vents as strongly. Perhaps you are running your furnace or air conditioner and realize the air does not feel that much different...

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How Long Should a Furnace Last?

February 20, 2020

A furnace’s lifespan depends on what fuel source it uses, how well it’s maintained and the quality of the appliance. You should only buy from trusted brands like Lennox, Carrier and Trane. Top brands are less likely to give you major problems during their lifespan. Yearly maintenance allows you to get the expected lifespan out of the appliance as well. Gas Furnaces A gas furnace lasts 10–20 years if it’s well-maintained. You need to schedule a furnace tune-up once a year to keep it in good condition. During maintenance, the furnace company cleans and inspects the appliance to ensure safe...

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What Is Acceptable Indoor Air Quality?

February 10, 2020

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is a measure of the dust, noxious gases and other pollutants contaminating the air of your home or workplace. Common indoor air pollutants include: Secondhand tobacco smoke Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted by carpets, furniture and even cooking utensils Combustion from furnaces and water heaters Mildew and mold Gases like radon The technicians who work at have been providing residential and commercial customers throughout Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, with indoor air quality solutions since 2003. Negative Health Effects of Indoor Air Pollutants Sometimes, the negative health effects associated with exposure to indoor air pollutants show up immediately,...

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How Often Should I Change My Furnace Filter?

February 5, 2020

Unfortunately, there’s no one rule for how often to change your furnace’s filter as a number of factors are at play. Some people need to change theirs monthly while other people can change it every six months. Here are some of the issues that determine how often you should change yours. Size of Your Filter Smaller filters need to be changed more often. A 1-inch or 2-inch filter needs to be changed every three months. A 4-inch filter should last six months, while a 5-inch filter can last for a year. A visibly dirty filter is a sign it needs...

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