Heating and AC Information

Prepare Your HVAC System for Fall
September 19th, 2019

According to the federal government’s standards, the heating and cooling system in your home is responsible for at least half of your energy costs. When fall is upon us, it also brings unpredictable energy usage. Cost efficiency means preparing your HVAC effectively for the change in weather.

1. Perform an Air Filter Check

There are several major problems that result from something as simple as not cleaning air conditioning filters. That is why it is imperative that a new filter is...

Humidifier or Dehumidifier
September 10th, 2019

Humidity describes the amount of moisture in the air, and it must be properly moderated indoors to create a comfortable home environment. You may already be aware of how sticky you may feel when you are exposed to exceptionally high humidity outdoors. The effects of both high and low humidity are felt in other ways as well. A closer look at these effects reveals the need to schedule service with an HVAC professional for the installation of a humidifier or dehumidifier this winter.

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Top 5 Most Frequently Asked HVAC Questions
August 22nd, 2019

A commodity that few people can live without is an HVAC unit. This unit provides heating for those chilly winter temperatures and air conditioning for the sweltering heat of the summer. In order to achieve maximum comfort in your home or business, the climate should be controlled. Yet for new homeowners and business owners, you may have many questions about HVAC units.

1. How Long Do Heating And Air Conditioning Units Last?

Perhaps one of the biggest questions that you may have is how...

Can Air Conditioners Produce Carbon Monoxide
July 18th, 2019
Air Conditioners and Carbon Monoxide 

The majority of people prefer to stay indoors during their free time rather than outdoors. This is not a seasonal trend as it can go throughout the year. Luckily, the AC units aid in improving the quality of air in your house. But are the AC units 100% percent safe? Studies show that a malfunctioning AC system can cause carbon monoxide poisoning. Since carbon monoxide is a silent killer, it is essential to install a carbon monoxide detector and have an...

Air Conditioner Repairing
July 4th, 2019
Time to for Air Conditioner Repair

Are you worried about the performance of your air conditioner this summer? If you haven’t gotten it inspected within the last 12 months, it may break down. Thankfully, there are some signs you can watch out for so that you can have your HVAC system repaired by the HVAC professional at TDI Air before it completely breaks.

1. Strange Odor and Loud Sounds

Modern air conditioners should not have any smell, and they should not operate loudly enough to...

Purchasing an Air Conditioner
June 6th, 2019
What is the Right Air Conditioner for You?

Purchasing a used air conditioner can be a smart investment, especially if there is an active warranty intact. Unfortunately, investing in a previously-owned unit does involve some risk that can easily be overlooked with the excitement of saving extra cash. Weighing the pros and cons associated with purchasing a used or refurbished unit can help you decide which option is the best route for you.

Lower Cost of Unit

The average air conditioner...

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