Posts Tagged ‘Jackson’

Controlling Humidity Goes a Long Way

Monday, July 1st, 2019

Some things just go together — peanut butter and jelly, milk and cookies, humidity and comfort… Okay, okay, we know what you are thinking and yes, this is going to be another blog about humidity. Why? Because it’s important! Striking the perfect balance of humidity in your home is key to enjoying a comfortable and efficient environment.

In general, most of us prefer a relative humidity level of around 30%-50% — anything above or below that can impact your comfort, efficiency, and even your health! Therefore, it is important to be aware of the effects of high and low humidity and learn about what you can do to restore a perfect balance in your home. All you have to do is keep reading below to find out more.

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3 Ways to Take the Load Off Your AC This Season

Monday, May 20th, 2019

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Installing the right air conditioner is just the first step. The next is running that air conditioner efficiently, and it’s crucial.

Running an AC inefficiently is going to cost you more in operational costs, but that’s not all. An inefficient system will also put unneeded wear and tear on your air conditioner. That increases your risk of encountering a repair issue and will simply end up costing you more money in the long-run.

After all, air conditioning repairs in Jackson, MS are something to be avoided—you never know just how much they’ll cost.

To take the load off your AC this season and keep it running efficiently, here are 4 things you can do for it:

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Quiz Time: Do You Need AC Maintenance?

Monday, April 22nd, 2019

checklistThere’s a fine line between an air conditioner that needs repairs and one that just needs a simple maintenance check. No one wants to make an unnecessary repair call for a simple maintenance issue. At the same time, no one wants to schedule a maintenance visit several weeks down the line for something that should be treated like an urgent repair issue.

So, do you know when your AC needs a simple maintenance check versus when it needs AC repair in Jackson, MS? Ask yourself these questions to find out!

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Why (And When) You Should Replace Your Furnace

Monday, March 11th, 2019

old-furnace-in-need-of-replacementThe end of winter is just around the corner. Your trusty furnace has made it through yet another intense season of cold weather. But at the same time, now might be as good a time as any to start asking yourself: is it truly performing its best? Because if it’s not, it might be time to have it replaced.

But why are we jumping to the sudden conclusion of having your furnace replaced? There are a few good reasons why (and they mostly have to do with saving money). We’ll go over them below, along with some methods you can use to determine whether it’s time for replacement.

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The 3 Deciding Factors in Choosing a Furnace or Heat Pump

Monday, February 25th, 2019

blue-question-markIn the family tree of HVAC heating systems, furnaces and heat pumps are like cousins to each other. They share the same extended family, but their means of operation is too different to consider them siblings.

So, here’s where this analogy gets awkward: you definitely shouldn’t play favorites with family members, but you can only choose one for your main heating system. Before committing to one of them, we want you to understand the potential benefits of both systems.

We’ll try and help you do that by going over three of the top deciding factors for each system.

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Troubleshooting Air Flow Issues in Your Heater  

Monday, December 31st, 2018

furnace-inspectionAirflow issues are perhaps one of the most annoying problems you can face with your furnace. Your furnace will turn on and start like it’s supposed to, leading you to believe that nothing is wrong—it’s only when you realize that your home isn’t warming up like it should that you might have an airflow issue.

If that turns out to be the case with your furnace, here’s what you can do:

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