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Will Air Filters Create Trouble for My Air Conditioner?

Monday, October 16th, 2017

pleated-air-filterYou may have heard about the problems of low indoor air quality in many homes. These aren’t alarmist warnings: the EPA has determined that poor IAQ in buildings is a significant health hazard across the country. In fact, the air inside a building—and this includes your cozy, happy home—can be as much as three to four times worse than the air outside.

One of the basic solutions to poor IAQ for a home is to remove harmful particles moving through the ventilation system with a set of air filters. It takes special filters dedicated to air quality improvements for this job. But this raises a concern that the filters may end up making the air conditioner’s job harder (and eventually the heater’s job). Is there any truth to this?

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Air Filters vs. Air Cleaners: Which Should You Get?

Monday, January 16th, 2017

There are different ways to remove unwanted particles from circulating around your home, creating discomfort and health troubles. The two broadest categories are mechanical air filters and electronic air cleaners. If you want better air for your household, you might wonder which of the two is the best to have installed.

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The Benefits of a Trane CleanEffects™ Whole-House Air Cleaner

Monday, May 30th, 2016

We install many types of air filters and air purifiers for homes to help them enjoy the best quality air. Among the filtration systems that we offer, the Trane air cleaners are among the best. Trane is one of the leading air conditioning, heating, and air quality companies in the country, and they have a wide range of air cleaners to meet any household needs. To help find the right Trane air cleaner for your home, simply give our team a call and set up an appointment.

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Some Indoor Contaminants That Can Become Problems During the Winter

Monday, February 8th, 2016

The winter can be a bad time for the quality of the air inside a home. People usually think of spring as the worst season when it comes to allergies and asthma, but winter offers some major challenges. Because homes are closed off as much as possible against the outside weather so that they can remain comfortable and energy efficient, the concentration of contaminants can begin to accumulate over the season. We’re often so concerned about the pollutants outside our homes that we forget how many are already inside our homes. Below is a list of some of the most harmful ones:

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