Temperatures in Myrtle Beach, SC can be as low as mid 20's Fahrenheit in January but rise to the mid to upper 90's in July and August. Due to changing and occasionally extreme weather conditions, many people constantly use their HVAC units to either keep them warm or cool as needed. Using an air conditioner makes you feel comfortable during sunny and warm days; however, be aware that when insufficiently cleaned, air conditioning units will soon collect dust and other impurities which may release unhealthy air. Here’s what you need to know about how air conditioning service can curb air contamination and some tips to get good indoor air quality.
Keeping Indoor Air Clean
A well-functioning and modern HVAC unit introduces outdoor air into indoor spaces as a form of mechanical ventilation. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), ventilation enhances indoor air quality by flushing out contaminants in closed environments. Such units are particularly useful for places where people work on short-term activities that may produce high quantities of pollutants such as painting, cooking, and hobbies like welding and sanding. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2oxnBZB
All expert air conditioning repair services in Myrtle Beach agree: The best way to prevent frequent AC breakdowns is through proper maintenance. Watch it here: https://youtu.be/EH0yIuFUln8
Your heating and/or cooling unit plays a very important role in the comfort of your home. The quick changes in weather and the anticipated shifts in seasons can have serious effects on your health and comfort. This equipment provides you a way of adjusting to seasonal changes comfortably.
It’s not likely that you will need to make use of both at the same time, so in a sense, they are both working in tandem, one after the other. Obviously, your heater is most useful during the colder months, while the AC deals with the heat of summer.
It’s only right that you take appropriate measures to make sure they are kept in proper working order. Here are some tips on how you can help maintain your HVAC units and when you’ll need to step aside to let the pros take over the job. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2nEWrDe
When it is cold, it is your heating system that keeps the temperature in your home comfortable. Maintaining it and ensuring that it’s used properly is a year-round job to avoid breakdowns, especially when you need it the most. Otherwise, you lose the home appliance that protects you and your family from illnesses caused by low temperatures.
You can only get the maximum benefits of a heating system if you use it right. Here are some do’s and don’ts in terms of operating and taking care of your home’s heating system the whole year round.
Do Not Avoid Using the Heater
Some nights at the beginning of spring can still be a little too cold for some people. There are homeowners who refuse to turn on the heater, even if they feel cold, just to save electricity. While this may cut down on your energy bill, your health may be compromised. Keeping the temperature comfortably warm inside will protect you and your family from colds and other illnesses. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2mHSpJ5
When it comes to your heaters, you would not want to be caught off-guard especially with repair and maintenance. A broken down heater or furnace can cause a lot of inconvenience and discomfort for you and your family, especially during the peak cold season.
Ideally, you should get your heater checked out just before you start using it for winter heating. The best time for this is at the tail end of the summer, so that while you still don’t have an urgent need for it, you can already get whatever issue fixed way ahead of winter.
It would also be great, as an added maintenance measure, to give it one last thorough look before you shut it down for the warmer months. At least you can get any problems fixed before you shut it down, or be able to anticipate what things you’ll need to get done by way of heating repair in the future. That said, here are some of the more common issues you should keep an eye out for. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2mV3oNc
Your heater can take quite the beating especially during the peak cold season. For sure, it will deserve the long rest it’ll have once the warmer weather sets in. Many homeowners, however, fall into the trap of mistakenly thinking they won’t have to deal with it until the next cold season rolls in.
It’s a mistake precisely because you should be readying your heater even before the cold winter comes. Any repairs or replacements must be made ideally while it’s still summer so you won’t be inconvenienced. Otherwise, you’re going to have to face the winter months with your heating unit still under repair or maintenance.
To get a good head start on this task, here are some signs that ought to tell you if your unit is up for some serious inspection.
According to studies, a typical furnace commonly found in American homes can be expected to last anywhere between 15 and 25 years after it is installed. Meanwhile, electric radiant heating systems can last up to as much as 40 years. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2mJPeSe
Your home should be comfortable to live in whether it’s freezing cold or sweltering hot outside. And you can turn your home into a relaxing haven with the help of your heating and cooling system. Aside from providing comfort, the HVAC unit keeps the indoor air quality safe, helping to protect your family’s health.
Your HVAC system can only do this, however, if it’s in good shape. A faulty air conditioning or heating unit will not be able to regulate the temperature inside your home. Worse, it may produce fumes that could be dangerous to everyone’s health. To ensure that your Myrtle Beach home’s heating and cooling system is running smoothly, proper maintenance is essential.
HVAC units are big energy consumers, and clogged filters can make them work harder than necessary. To ensure that the filters can let air flow freely, always clean them out and change them once a month. This will also help prevent wear and tear that could shorten the system’s lifespan. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2mJzfDW
A heating system is perhaps the most important household appliance when it comes to comfort, but it is bound to run into some issues over time. After all, your heater needs regular maintenance and repair. When this is not done properly or routinely, your heating system eventually loses its efficiency and warming capacity.
Here are just a few of the common problems that may require immediate heating repair.
Your heater is not warming you up enough
Professional help is usually needed badly when your home's heating system is not working properly, but smoke is still floating out the chimney. This might indicate that your heater is suffering from combustion problems, causing smoke to billow through your chimney and soot to build up.
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