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Home Trends in 2015 Offer Supreme Energy Efficiency

Let your friends at Air Experts Heating & Cooling be the first to wish you a Happy New Year! There are already some increasingly popular home trends emerging in 2015 for new and upgraded structures that offer superior energy efficiency across all home systems and better indoor air quality (IAQ). Find out what’s available for your … Continue reading Home Trends in 2015 Offer Supreme Energy Efficiency

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How HVAC Efficiency Standards Are Changing in 2015 and What That Means to You

It’s strange to say it, but 2015 is just a few days away now. If you are installing a new HVAC system in 2015, you need to know about a law passed in April 2014 changing the efficiency standards for HVAC systems in both residential and commercial buildings. The new 2015 HVAC efficiency standards will … Continue reading How HVAC Efficiency Standards Are Changing in 2015 and What That Means to You

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Keep You and Your Home Healthy by Staying Active in the Winter

Americans typically already spend the majority of their time indoors; however, during the winter (and particularly during the holidays), the temptation to stay in and drink hot cocoa is even stronger than usual. Staying active in the winter is important for your overall health, and you can use it as an opportunity to keep your home … Continue reading Keep You and Your Home Healthy by Staying Active in the Winter

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Maintaining Winter IAQ Can Be a Tough Task, But These Tips Will Help

Because most people keep their homes tightly closed in the winter, indoor air quality (IAQ) can be a problem, especially in newer homes, since there tends to be less air infiltration. With little fresh air coming in, harmful gases like volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and combustion gases from gas appliances can build to unhealthy levels and … Continue reading Maintaining Winter IAQ Can Be a Tough Task, But These Tips Will Help

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Is Frosty the Heat Pump an Unwelcome Guest? How Can You Tell?

A frosty heat pump coil in the outside cabinet is part of normal operation in certain weather conditions. If a component of the heat pump is malfunctioning, however, ice accumulation can snowball to where the system may become damaged further with quite a chilling effect on home heating. What Causes Heat Pump Freezing? A logical … Continue reading Is Frosty the Heat Pump an Unwelcome Guest? How Can You Tell?

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How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Your Raleigh Home

Carbon monoxide is a deadly odorless and colorless gas that fuel burning appliances can generate. Preventing carbon monoxide poisoning is — literally — a life and death matter. What is Carbon Monoxide Poisoning? It’s vital to understand what carbon monoxide poisoning is and how it occurs: Carbon monoxide gas is one of the byproducts of … Continue reading How to Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Your Raleigh Home

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Extend Your HVAC System Service Life With These Tips

Like any appliances, HVAC systems wear out over time. And as they do, they become less efficient. So what can you do to ward off that wear and tear and keep your system in peak condition for as long as possible? Here are some tips for extending the life of an HVAC system. Tips for Extending … Continue reading Extend Your HVAC System Service Life With These Tips

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How to Decorate With Holiday Lights in an Energy-Efficient Way

As we move into the holiday season, now is a great time to plan those festive additions to your home. And tempting as it may be to break out those holiday lights you’ve had put away, it might be time to switch to more energy-efficient options. LEDs Offer Incredible Energy Savings Did you know that … Continue reading How to Decorate With Holiday Lights in an Energy-Efficient Way

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Where Should You Install Insulation Throughout Your Home?

When you want to make your home more energy efficient without a large investment, consider improving your home’s insulation. Insulation slows the movement of heat from indoors out. It can also cut heating and cooling costs throughout the year. Attic Having 16 to 20 inches of fiberglass batt or blown-in insulation reduces heat loss or … Continue reading Where Should You Install Insulation Throughout Your Home?

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Best Humidifiers for a Child’s Room – How to Choose

Did you know that indoor humidity levels that are too high or too low can impact your child’s health and comfort? Indoor humidity of between 30 and 50 percent is ideal, and maintaining ideal humidity levels can help ease cold symptoms, reduce the proliferation of viruses in the home, and reduce discomforts caused by dry … Continue reading Best Humidifiers for a Child’s Room – How to Choose

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