Does Your Home Have a Humidity Problem?
While humidity is needed for health and overall comfort, too much or too little can result in several difficulties for homeowners and guests. What’s more is that humidity levels greatly influence the amount of energy used, as well as maintenance costs. Thus, if you believe that your home has a humidity problem, continue reading below.
Heating and Cooling - Brush Up On The Basics
Because most of us take heating and cooling for granted, we do not take the time to learn how systems work, unless we actually have to. Therefore, as the Atlanta area transitions from winter to spring, it might be a good idea to brush up on the basics of heating and cooling.
Can A Dirty Air Filter Make a Family Sick?
While residents throughout metro-Atlanta continue to battle the freezing cold temperatures leading into February, a record number of flu cases finds many staying home in an effort to get well or avoid the epidemic altogether. Yet, HVAC professionals urge homeowners—if you’re spending more time at home this season, be sure that your air filters are clean! Surprising to some, a dirty air filter can affect the health of your family.
The Buzz About Smart Thermostats
Given all of the “smart” technologies out there, it only makes sense that a thermostat would also be “smart,” right? Yet, is a smart thermostat a betterthermostat? What’s all the buzz about?
The Benefits Of Regular Maintenance For Your Commercial HVAC System
If you are a business owner or commercial property manager in and around Atlanta, you understand how important it is to maintain a comfortable environment for employees, contractors and guests. While having a quality HVAC system in place is essential, regular maintenance for your commercial unit is vital. Without question, the trained HVAC technicians at ClimateSmith, LLC make it their mission to ensure that your commercial system obtains better energy efficiency, reliability and the comfort you need all year long.
What Do You Know About A Heat Pump?
Heat pumps are an important part of a home, especially during the winter months. Yet, most do not understand the components of a heat pump and how they work. In essence, the four main components include the compressor, condenser, expansion valve and the evaporator. Of the four components mentioned, the condenser is vital, and is responsible for the most important function—heating a room.