We suggest checking your filters every month. If you have a disposable filter, and if it's dirty, just replace it. Don't attempt to clean it. Some higher efficiency filters can go months before you have to replace them, but in higher use months you should check more often.
Choosing the right thermostat to control your HVAC system depends a lot on the equipment you have. Hobgood Air can help you select the best thermostat for your system.
There are several factors to consider when choosing a filtration system, starting with sensitivity to allergens. The more sensitive a person is, the greater the need for a high-efficiency filtration system.
Allergies and asthma are two major health problems that can be helped with clean indoor air. When airborne irritants are removed, allergy and asthma sufferers find relief from their symptoms. By removing airborne dust particles, you reduce the amount of exposure your respiratory system has to them.
In the event of a power outage caused by a storm or some other problem, you HVAC system will shut off. Once power is restored, the system should turn back on automatically along with the other electronic appliances in your house.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, items inside the home that release gas are the primary cause of indoor air problems. This includes carpets, upholstery, gas appliances, paints, cleaning products, air fresheners, etc. If you have an attached garage, fumes from gasoline, oil, or other chemicals used in your car can find their way into your home.
Have any questions?
Brands We Service
For inquiries about Air Conditioning Services or Repairs, please fill out the form below and our representatives will contact you soon!