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My HVAC Unit Stopped Working After Air Filter Change

If you’ve recently changed the air filter in your unit, but it stopped working soon after, it can be very confusing to figure out what went wrong.

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How to Troubleshoot Your Air Conditioning Unit

Learn how you can troubleshoot your air conditioner so you can stay comfortable during a hot day.

How is Indoor Air Quality Measured?

Let our experienced technicians assess your home and make recommendations for improving your indoor air quality so that your family can be comfortable and healthy while at home.

Can Plants Improve Indoor Air Quality?

Houseplants are a delightful addition to any home. Houseplants improve the aesthetic quality of any room and can help to make rooms brighter and more homely. You may have heard some rumors here and there that houseplants may help improve the indoor air quality of your home. Whereas various online searches may claim that certain houseplants can remove certain toxins from the air, this statement is invalid.

Where Should I Put My Thermostat Temperature Sensors?

The thermostat is the most vital part of your HVAC system. Fortunately, finding the proper placement of each temperature sensor is a piece of cake.

How to Easily Read Your Digital Thermostat

If you're ready to upgrade your old dial thermostat, it's time to give us a call. Let our experienced HVAC professionals upgrade you to a new smart thermostat so that you can enjoy all the convenient features it offers.

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Is Your Air Conditioner Making You Sick?

By knowing what some of the most common symptoms are of air conditioner sickness, you can work to remedy the problem or call in an HVAC professional for assistance.

How Do I Keep My Attic Cool in the Summer?

Did you know an attic that's not vented could reach up to 150 degrees on hot summer days? This is about 50 degrees higher than this area of your home should be at any given time, and it can contribute to a wide range of issues.

Is Air Conditioning Good for Indoor Plants?

Houseplants need heat and humidity to thrive. Before you say goodbye to either your cherished greenery or equally appreciated air conditioning, take a moment to learn how air conditioners can affect indoor plants and what you can do about it.

How Your Air Conditioner Can Reduce Spring Allergies

An excellent way to decrease your allergies is to make sure that you are using your air conditioning system properly. When used correctly, your unit has a filter that will remove irritants like pollen and dust from the air.

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