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SEER Requirements for New Air Conditioners in North Carolina

What does SEER mean? SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. This is the system by which an air conditioner’s ability to cool air is measured against the power it uses while doing so. The higher the SEER, the greater the air conditioner’s overall efficiency. Why does this matter to North Carolina homeowners? In North Carolina, your air conditioner is likely using the most energy than any other system in...

Improving Air Quality in The Kitchen

Whether large or small, the kitchen is often called the heart of the home. It’s where we gather to share good food and family memories. But thanks to common irritants like grease, smoke, gas, and cleaner residue, the health of that heart could be compromised. Indoor air quality (IAQ) is often worse in the kitchen due to these pollutants, which can aggravate allergies and asthma symptoms. Clear the air and...

Are My Furnace & AC Connected?

Air Expert customers are often surprised to learn that their heating and cooling systems are connected; that a more efficient cooling system also affects the efficiency of the heating system. Understanding how your furnace and air conditioner work together can help you make HVAC installation and maintenance choices that result in the best home comfort available to you. Contact the Air Experts today at 919-480-2727 to learn how to save...

Improving Air Quality in the Bedroom – A Practical Guide

The Environmental Protection Agency has reported that Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) can be five times worse than Outdoor Air Quality! Even worse, Americans spend more than 90% of their days indoors – meaning our exposure to poor quality air is almost constant. Exposure to poor IAQ can cause a host of health problems, including: Eye irritation Headaches Aggravated asthma and other respiratory illnesses Coughing Sore throat Allergic reaction In rare cases, life-threatening conditions like...

Why Can’t I Breathe in My House?

It’s 2 am, and you haven’t fallen asleep yet. Your nose is running, and the back of your throat tickles persistently. You just can’t seem to get a good, deep breath. Is it the heat? Did the exhaust fan in the kitchen not know what to do with all the smoke from your earlier failed dinner experiment? Whatever it is, it's causing you and your body unnecessary stress—but it doesn't...

Why Does Indoor Air Quality Get Worse at Night?

Poor air quality is directly correlated to a number of serious heart and lung health concerns – and recent evidence suggests that indoor air can be even more polluted than the air on a bustling city street corner pre-emission regulations. Various pollutants such as car exhaust, tobacco smoke, and the combustion sources (oil, gas, etc.) required to run various household appliances like your oven all individually contribute to a very...

How Do I Perform a DIY Air Quality Test?

If you’ve ever watched a good old-fashioned Whodunnit, you know the culprit is almost always the last person the audience expects. The butler. The good-natured neighbor. The mailman. Well, think of your indoor air quality as the suspicious butler of the “why can’t I breathe” home improvement whodunnit. Indoor air quality should always be on the usual suspect list, and fortunately, there are several investigatory tools at your fingertips you...

What Size Furnace Do I Need (in North Carolina)?

All good things must come to an end… And that includes furnace efficiency. If you’re reading this, you’ve likely already come to terms with needing a new furnace. But just in case you’re still in a little bit of denial, here are some telltale signs that your furnace is on the way out: Everyone in your house is wrapped in various blankets despite the high thermostat setting Your heating bill...

Indoor Air Quality in Schools: Teachers’ Checklist

There are many factors that go into creating a healthy learning environment in our Raleigh schools. One of the most important is invisible to the eye, yet it can cause chronic ailments, poor focus, and even missed school days. The culprit is indoor air quality, also known as IAQ. It’s a real concern for everyone, but especially children. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air is more polluted...

What Is the Significance of Being NATE-Certified?

At Air Experts, we’re proud to have 100% NATE-certified technicians on our staff providing superior service across the triangle. You’ve likely heard other HVAC companies touting that their technicians are “NATE-certified” as well. But what does that actually mean? A need for reliable HVAC professionals HVAC systems are complex, expensive pieces of machinery with a multitude of intricate moving parts. Many homeowners are experts in their own professions, but few...

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