Does the air in your Houston, Texas, home always feel dry during the winter months? Do you wonder if a humidifier would help? Are you worried that the dry air is affecting your family’s health? Dry air in your home may be more of an issue than you realize.
During the summer, the warmer air holds moisture but during the winter months cold dry outside air infiltrates the house and couple that with the fact that we heat our homes causing hot air to rise and the dry colder air to settle into the lower areas of your house. This is what causes the house to feel so dry. Read more »
The winter is all about staying cozy indoors while the snow and frigid temps continue to wreak havoc outside of your window. We do our best to keep our homes tightly closed to keep the cool air out.
However, in our efforts to keep the warm air in, we begin to feel the effects of dry and stale air during the winter season.
Unlike cooking odors, many contaminants are odorless and go undetected by the human nose yet are affecting your indoor air quality. We readily adapt to smells, so your nose isn’t a very reliable indicator of indoor air quality. Read more »
Now that winter is here it’s a good time to be aware of the most common problems with your heating system or furnace.
You know the saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” That’s true for most things, but not for your HVAC system. It pays to have your furnace or boiler serviced each year.
By the time you contact a qualified HVAC company like streetdance3.ru for a “simple” repair, there may be significant unseen damage to your system which may have been prevented. Here are 5 most common heating and furnace problems we uncover during a routine repair or service call. Read more »