Your HVAC system is a huge investment in your home. So, how do you know when to upgrade and how long your system will last? Average Lifespan The average lifespan of a typical HVAC system is dependent on a lot of variables, so it spans a wide range. Most HVAC systems last (more)
Fans and open windows can only do so much to cut through the heat when it’s sweltering outside. Air conditioners and evaporative coolers, also known as swamp coolers, offer different options for escaping oppressive heat and humidity. Air Conditioners Air conditioners remove hot air from a building, leaving behind drier, cooler air. (more)
It goes without saying that summers in Phoenix are hot. Really, really hot. And that means that you spend most of the summer relying heavily on your air conditioner to keep things cool. Do you know how it actually manages that, though? Your air conditioning unit can’t produce cold air in (more)
It’s common knowledge that the summer weather in Arizona gets hot. Really, really hot. This means that the operating costs of your air conditioner can skyrocket if your unit is outdated or improperly maintained. Additionally, the extreme heat can simply leave your unit overworked. If you don’t want to be (more)
Commercial Refrigeration Maintenance Any business owner knows that the loss of their commercial refrigeration unit can spell disaster for their company. A faulty unit means lost time and money. This is especially true in the hottest summer months. A broken or overheated system can be catastrophic, but it can also be (more)
Allergies and asthma can both be triggered by indoor air pollution, which is, shockingly, usually much higher than outdoor pollution. Some of the most common indoor allergens are: Pet Dander Mold Dust Mites Pollen All of these can become airborne particles that trigger allergic reactions and asthma attacks when inhaled. Unfortunately, any particle that’s capable (more)
Fire damage in a home or business can cause catastrophic damage. It can also cause more indirect damage, and, sometimes, we forget about the things we can’t see. An often damaged and often overlooked casualty of a structural fire damage is the HVAC system.