Basements have different cooling requirements than the rest of the house. Whether you’re planning to add air conditioning to your basement as it is currently or are laying out plans for a finished basement, there are some things you need to consider. In today’s post, the local HVAC contractors at HVAC Construction, Inc. discuss the challenges of providing cooling to a finished basement.
If your air conditioner is no longer functioning properly or is simply old, you should consider replacing it. Sometimes, it’s more cost-effective to get a new unit instead of paying for frequent repairs. A new air conditioner will improve your home’s comfort and is generally safer for your family.
Ventilation is one of the most overlooked aspects of cooling and heating construction. This is as true for residential buildings as it is for commercial properties. The only difference is that there’s actually more at stake in a commercial building when ventilation is neglected. Improper or inadequate ventilation can affect the health and comfort of everyone in your building.
Studies conducted by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) reveal that most indoor spaces are two to five times more polluted than the air outdoors. Coupled with the fact that most people spend about 90% of their time indoors, homeowners need to understand the importance of maintaining good indoor air quality. In today’s post, the HVAC contractors at HVAC Construction, Inc. take a look at the parts of the house that typically have poor indoor air quality, and what you can do to improve them.
After several months of not being in use, homeowners may run into problems when starting up their air conditioners for the season, which often results in service calls. In today’s post, HVAC Construction, Inc. discusses some of the most common reasons why homeowners call HVAC contractors in the spring.