Category: Indoor Air Quality
A Whole-House Dehumidifier Makes Your Atlanta Home Healthier and More Comfortable
The whole point of installing a whole home air conditioning system is to feel cool and dry in your indoor living spaces. If you are feeling excess moisture in the air, your AC may need some help, and one of the best tools available is a whole home dehumidifier. Room dehumidifiers can help a little bit with dehumidifying a certain space, but to truly relieve your home of excess moisture, it’s best to install a whole house option.
Atlanta Indoor Air-Quality Tip: How to Improve Allergy Symptoms by Enhancing Your HVAC System
While most homeowners are often concerned about the temperature inside their homes, many do not always think of the quality of their indoor air. For those who suffer from allergies in the spring and summer months, indoor air quality…
Poor Indoor Air Quality Can Be a Problem Even for Healthy People
The EPA has said that indoor air quality is one of the leading risks to respiratory health. Removing indoor air contaminants from your home’s air supply is a great way to potentially increase the quality of air in your home. Comfort Zone Heating & Air…
Atlanta Indoor Air-Quality Tip: The Importance of Controlling Humidity
One of the major causes of poor indoor air quality is moisture in the air. A humid atmosphere can intensify the symptoms of respiratory illnesses and allergies and especially affects those who are prone to bronchitis and asthma.
Atlanta HVAC Guide: What Exactly Is an Electronic Air Filter and Is It Right for You?
For a long time, the most frequently used kind of air filter has been the mechanical variety. This is the kind you probably think of when you hear the terms air filter, air cleaner or air purifier. They use pleated fibrous filters in-line with an air handler…
North Atlanta HVAC Tip: Why Routine HVAC Maintenance Improves Indoor Air Quality
Furnaces and air conditioners in north Atlanta are by far the most common way to circulate air throughout homes, offices and institutions, heating in the winter months and cooling in the summer. Adjust the thermostat and controlled air…
In Atlanta, It’s Both the Heat and the Humidity
Along with the high temperatures of summer in Georgia, high humidity can also be a problem. If you are concerned about high levels of humidity in your Atlanta home, especially about the possibility of mold growth, you may want to consider a whole-house dehumidifier.
Is Your AC Blowing Mold into Your Home?
Is Your AC Blowing Mold and Bacteria into Your Home? You probably don’t realize it, but the inside of your air conditioner is a pretty wet place. Along with heat, air conditioners remove excess moisture…
The Effects of Dirty Air Filters
We recommend changing your filter every four to six weeks to maintain healthy indoor air quality. Understandably, this task is easily forgotten, but it’s important to keep in mind that, when your filter’s dirty, so…
Understanding MERV Ratings
As the allergy season approaches, your air filter can make a big difference in your indoor air quality. Homeowners should change their air filters every four to six weeks. If air filters aren’t changed regularly,…
3 Advantages of a Whole-House Humidifier in Winter
There are other steps you can take to help your HVAC system with the approaching winter, such as having a whole-house humidifier installed—and that’s another job that we’re glad to do for homeowners in the area.
How Air Purifiers Clean Your Air without Filters
The most common way to provide better air quality in a building is to have special filters installed into the HVAC system. (No, the standard filter for the system isn’t designed to clean the air, only protect the inside of the AC and furnace from dust and dirt.)
Want Better Air Conditioning Efficiency This Summer? Consider a UV Air Purifier!
The title of this post might seem a bit strange at first. How does an air purifier, of any type, improve air conditioning efficiency?
Do You Need a Whole Home Humidifier?
Georgia is certainly known for its humidity during the summer months, but if you have a forced air system that heats your home during the winter months, you may experience the opposite problem: air that is too dry. When your air doesn’t have enough humidity, it isn’t just uncomfortable.
Fall Allergies Making You Crazy? Upgrade Your HVAC System’s Air Filter
For allergy sufferers who struggle with fall allergies, this can be a truly challenging time of year. With nature’s last gasp comes some very potent allergens, and you can spend your warm fall days in an allergy-induced haze.
Struggling with Humidity? Consider Installing a Whole Home Dehumidifier
It’s no secret that our summer heat carries a lot of humidity. We know you feel it and your air conditioner does, too.