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Buying a Home? Here’s What to Look for to Ensure Ultimate Comfort

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We’ve talked about – both in the short-term, and the long-term – how to take care of your HVAC as you prepare your home to sell. But what about when you are on the opposite end, and you are looking to buy a home? What are the things to look for in a heating and cooling system when you’re considering buying a home?

Here we breakdown a list of some of the top things to look for, and steps to take as you look for a new home.

1. Find out the system’s warranty and/or protection plan.

Many leading brands offer warranties on their systems. First, you want to check that the homeowners have done all they can do so that this warranty is still valid. Second, eventually you want to see the details and some sort of proof of that protection plan or warranty so you know what kind of potential costs or what type of system plan you’re inheriting.

2. Ask for the system history.

While this might not always be available, many homeowners will keep track of their system’s history – in part because they know they may one day sell their home. (That tells you it might be a good idea, as a current homeowner, to keep an organized account of all the ongoing maintenance you perform on your system, assuming you one day intend to sell your home.)

While maintenance doesn’t necessarily mean you will avoid emergencies or costly repairs, it does tell you that certain necessary maintenance has been performed on your system – and that’s great for peace of mind.

Many homeowners will be happy to share with you the regular maintenance they have performed on their home and/or any repairs done on the system. They keep track of that because they want to show you the system has as much as value as possible; for you, as the potential home buyer, it’s good to see more information that helps you better value the current state of the system.

3. Take note if there are carbon monoxide detectors in the home.

A lack of carbon monoxide detectors does not impact your purchase decision – but it is something to look for. Keep in mind if these aren’t present in the home, you’ll likely want to add them.

4. Don’t forget your home inspection.

It’s hard to believe you would forget it, but be sure not to! Once you’re serious about potentially purchasing a home, you’ll want to do a home inspection – not just to take a look at the heating and cooling system, but to look at many of the other potential issues within the home. These experts are trained to look for things that the current home owner may not want to disclose, or that the current home owner may simply not even be aware of.

While more and more people see this is a critical part of the home purchase process, you still hear stories of people who neglected to have an expert inspect a home before purchasing it. While it’s mandatory for many people getting a loan, be sure not to forget this part of your home buying process.

When a certified technician takes a look at your potential furnace, they are able to tell you the condition of it, and they can give a better idea if long-term maintenance really has properly and consistently occurred. No matter what an owner tells you, an expert is there to tell you what they believe will happen in the future in terms of necessary repairs or even replacement.

If your home owner inspector tells you that you’ll need to repair the system in the very near future, you’ll want to take that into consideration before purchasing the home – or in the eventual purchase price of the home, it should be reflected. Most homeowners recognize the value of a furnace – just like how most home buyers recognize the value as well.

If your home inspector tells you that expensive repairs or that replacement is needed, give us a call so that we can help you be more informed and know more about your options. Even if you don’t anticipate buying a new furnace in the near future, any time you can plan ahead it makes the entire process easier.

Ensure Ultimate Comfort in Your Next Home

There are quite a few factors that go into the purchase of new home – the size, the location and other critical components of the property are just a few of the factors we tend to focus on. Don’t forget the importance of finding out key details that relate to your heating and cooling system, which can keep your family safe and comfortable in your new home.

If you consider these 4 tips you’ll have greater peace of mind, and greater comfort, in your next home. Give the experts at Greater Comfort a call today at 859-491-4915 if you need help finding out the potential costs of a new system.

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The Basics: What to Know About Your Furnace

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Any homeowner knows that you want your heating system to be working properly. In the winter months it can become a complete emergency if we have to go without heat due to a problem or breakdown with our furnace.

If you’ve been avoiding thinking about your furnace, or if you wish you knew more about the inner working of the heating component of your system, the time to learn more is now. Here we break down what you should know about your furnace.

How Your Heating System Works: Efficiency and Comfort in Your Home

Although every unique furnace model will vary, your HVAC system typically is made of 4 components: the indoor part of the system such as the furnace or air handler; the outdoor unit such as the air conditioner or heat pump; the thermostat; and the air quality component such as humidity control components or your air filtration.

Other factors to be aware of include:

  • Heating capacity: depending on your home’s unique needs, this refers to the overall capacity that your furnace has.
  • Ventilation: how your air is passed through the home and ventilated is
  • Exhaust: if it were to build-up without ever being cleaned, exhaust that is a byproduct of your furnace can pose a risk to your health and safety.
  • Electrical: not to be forgotten is the key that your electrical plays in keeping things running.

A single-stage furnace is one with one speed—meaning you have full heat (maximum speed) that provides you with warm air. In simple terms, your system will then “wait” for the air to cool down, which then triggers your furnace to turn on again. This is how conventional furnaces work to heat your home in the winter. You can see how this “off or on” furnace setup is not as efficient as furnaces that have adjustable and adaptable furnace capacity.

With a two stage furnace, you have greater control and consistency as you heat your home, versus an “off or on” setup. Having the ability to be more precise means you can control the heat output of your furnace on an ongoing basis, even as the temperature outside changes throughout the day.

With a variable speed furnace, the fan moves at various speeds in order to control the amount of heat that is dispersed throughout your home. An increase in airflow means you have a more comfortable home, including improved air quality.

In the end, single-stage furnaces will inevitably result in constant variation of temperature. Those homes with two stage or a variable speed furnace are more adaptable in real-time, and in most cases, they allow you to keep a more constant temperature in the home.

What Else Should I Know About My Furnace? 

As much as we try to keep things simple here, it is true that your heating system is a complex, complicated system—but also one of the most important parts of any home! Here is what else we can help you better understand:

Humidity in your home: you can benefit from a humidifier and dehumidifier in the home, as they help control your humidity level. Some systems are built into your system, but also we can help if you want to add a separate dehumidification or humidity system to your current setup.

The benefit of flexible solutions: conventional heat pumps would force heated air through ducts. Compare this to ductless systems, which work to deliver air directly into various zones of the home.

The reason ductless systems are popular today is because they can deliver this heat on a room-by-room basis. This is why you will hear people talking about the idea of zone-based heating—in this case, they are speaking of ductless systems. Many people choose this as an option for heating and cooling because of overall cost savings.

You have more, efficient options than ever: Ultimately, your HVAC deals with heating, cooling and ventilation. The US Department of Energy reports that modern heating systems can achieve efficiencies as high as 97 percent. That means higher efficiency, increased savings and greater comfort with a modern furnace that has the potential to covert nearly all that fuel to useful heat (1). In this post, we have covered the heating component. Stay tuned for more on what you should know about the rest of your system.

Call The Experts at Greater Comfort

Now that you know a bit more about your furnace, you are better equipped to make future decisions about your home’s air quality and heating/cooling. Give us a call today to learn more—especially if your furnace is not heating right, is louder than normal, only runs for a few minutes, or if the furnace blower is showing signs of not working consistently. Other signs you should give us a call can include excessive dust in the home or humidity-related issues.

If you’re doing research or considering new heating and cooling equipment, give us a call at 859-491-4915 to learn about your energy-efficient options that are best suited for your home.

Sources/References

  1. http://www.hgtv.com/remodel/mechanical-systems/types-of-hvac-systems
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Our Top Endorsements: Read the Reviews From Our Loyal Customers

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We’re proud to have loyal customers in Ft. Thomas, Alexandria, Newport, Cold Spring, Covington, Dayton, Florence, Loveland, Hyde Park, West Chester and the entire Greater Cincinnati and beyond. (See all the areas we cover in Northern Kentucky, Southeastern Indiana and Southwest Ohio.) Being able to serve the Tri-State area also means we’ve collected quite a few endorsements over the years.

See some of the highlights from our loyal customers speaking to our high level of service, expertise, timeliness and our professionalism below.

Be sure to keep reading about how you can join our Refer & Rewards program.

Very Professional

“I just used [Greater Comfort] for a heating tune up/cleaning. The service man came on time, was very professional and I feel like he was very thorough with his work. He explained everything that he was doing (because I was curious as I know nothing about HVAC).

Our system is old and instead of trying to upsell me a more expensive system (which I feel most companies do), he was very thorough and worked to get everything cleaned to get our system running as best as it can. I plan to have them back in the spring/summer to do our AC unit. I was very pleased with the service and I’m happy to support a great local company.” – Valerie

Choosing a Local Company

“I started using Greater Comfort because of being local. I’ve consistently been pleased with their timely service. Today as I changed my filter, it tore and part of the filter frame was sucked into the furnace when it came back on. Within one minute of calling, the on call service tech phoned back.

When I explained the issue, he asked for some furnace information and then he would be willing to make a service call, but he would be willing to talk me through the easy repair if I was comfortable. As he started to explain I told him I’ve got this, thank you so much. He even offered to stay on the phone with me but I told him not necessary. Fixed, 2 minutes. Now this is customer service if there ever was!” – Darlene G.

Excellent Work

“Just want to say, Cody Martin at Greater Comfort is a great employee! He does excellent work, represents the company well, and is a joy to be around. I would recommend Greater Comfort Heating and Air to anyone! They do excellent work!” – Chelsey W.

Humidifier Install

“Robert Baker did a great job with our humidifier installation. He was thorough and very professional.” – Timothy A.

Performed with Integrity

“The two technicians were wonderful! They explained the entire problem step by step and how they were fixing each step. I particularly was impressed with their integrity as they pointed out that something was a truly minor repair rather than a major repair that the previous company made it out to be. I would highly recommend your service to others!” – Joy C.

Answered Questions

“Great job on my project and working within my schedule to meet my needs. The technician was great, very knowledgeable and patient in answering all my questions.” – Lonnie S.

Very Knowledgeable

“[Jeff] is very knowledgeable and did a great job fixing our furnace in a very efficient timely manner. I would also like to mention how helpful Angel was well over the phone. All in all a great experience.” – Ryan

Work Performed In Detail

“I want to Thank the technician for doing an outstanding job on a recent appointment at my house. He was very professional and explained the work he performed in detail.” – Ronald

Timely Service

“Quick service on one of my rental properties, the gentleman that lives in the condo was very concerned about a fire, the tech took care of the problem, explained to me what the problem was, neat, clean, no mess left behind. He is the type of tech I want working on my property. – John B.

Terrific Experience

“There are good people in this world, the people I spoke with were terrific! My situation caused me a couple sleepless nights and wondered how I was going to pay for this. You were at my door 1 hour after I called and the cost was way below what I expected and they still worked with me so I could afford the services. I will refer all my friends and people I know that need help to Greater Comfort. Thank You and God Bless.” – Christy

We Want to Reward All Our Loyal Customers Like You

Want to support us like these loyal customers? Give us a review on Facebook or join the Refer & Rewards program: refer 2 customers, and you receive one-year free preventative maintenance. Refer 4 customers, and receive a new air cleaner or humidifier (install cost not included). See all the other rewards and details here.

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Heat Recovery Ventilators: Get Natural Ventilation in Your Home

 

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Beyond improving your heating and cooling systems to bring your family ultimate comfort, these are 3 steps that are also commonly taken to make sure your entire home is as energy efficient as it can be:

  • Improve insulation and seal air leaks
  • Seal ductwork, ensuring it is proper connection/insulation
  • Energy audits to see a “big picture” view of the home, including areas where energy efficiency could improve

What to Know About Energy Audits

Often times we can describe how the air in our home feels—and we can see evidence of air leaks or insulation issues with our energy bill, but an energy audit gives us diagnostic testing to make recommendations we know will help.

Energy audits help you see how your home uses energy and in what ways you can reduce that consumption. We want to ensure you are not wasting energy—or said another way, not wasting your money. Again, beyond looking at your heating and cooling system, other steps can be taken to decrease consumption, including sealing of air leaks, sealing of ductwork, replacing of windows, and installation of renewable energy systems.

Another layer of complexity is that just because a home is designed in a way that is energy-conscious, doesn’t mean your getting the highest air quality that you’re after.

For example, if you have a highly efficient HVAC, you’ve improved your insulation and sealed your ductwork throughout the home, and you know you have no need to replace windows in your home, that actually may mean your home could have limited ventilation. In other words, many homeowners find that a trade-off can exist between energy-efficient measures and the kind of ventilation your home has. Ventilation is important because it helps us better manage and eliminate particles in the air, so if we limit our ventilation too much, that can affect our air quality.

One Solution: Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV)

But this is where Heat Recovery Ventilators can be of use. Take for example when the temperature gets especially low and your heating system runs constantly for days at a time. Many of us will experience a stuffy house, or certain rooms that seem to have air that is more stale than normal.

The problem is if we were to open a window or door—even just for a few minutes at a time—you’re quickly losing valuable heat. You’re also not necessarily bringing more healthy air into the home. Instead, you’re opening your home up to allergens and pollutants and therefore you’re not necessarily improving air quality at all.

Second, opening up a door or looking to rely on a fan is not actually going to evenly deal with the air in your home, and it’s certainly not a whole-house solution. In the end, turning on a fan or relying on opening a window or a door is not an effective or practical way to get rid of the stale air that you’re experiencing.

What many people with very airtight homes incorporate is a Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV), which is specifically designed to transfer heat between indoor and outdoor air as ventilation occurs. The result is that you can breathe fresh new air and you no longer have certain places in your house with air that’s uncomfortable or unhealthy for you and your family. With this solution, you haven’t “undone” all the sealing or insulation that you’ve worked hard for: you can still save money, but also avoid any stale or stuffy air.

Consider how normally, when ventilating air from your home, a fan blows air out of the house and vents allow new air in to offset the pressure change. This works well when the temperature outside is mild and your HVAC system is not on. However, when it is very cold (or very warm), your HVAC system turns on and the ventilation process removes conditioned air, replacing it with outside air, which is either too hot or too cold.

A Heat Recovery Ventilator can use a heat exchanger to retain heat in whichever environment you want it to be. For example, during this time of year, a Heat Recovery Ventilator will transfer indoor air into a chamber where heat is then transferred to outdoor air. In summary, the stale air can be removed from your home, air is circulated back into the home, and energy is not wasted.

Call us to Learn More about Natural Ventilation

Installation of a heat recovery ventilator can be a simple process. Because you’ll want to take into account your entire home’s energy use and design, it’s best when done by an experienced professional. Call us today at 859-491-4915 or toll free at 844-491-4915 to learn more about a Heat Recovery Ventilator that will keep your air fresh without inviting all the pollen, pollutants, and allergens into your home.

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Greater Comfort’s Guide to Mastering Your Energy Bill Each Month

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As a homeowner, you know that heating and cooling your home will consistently take more energy than other systems in your home. Even if you have a brand new system that’s highly efficient and sized right for your home, you still want to do your part to lower the energy bill as much as possible—while still maintaining a comfortable living (or working) environment.

Follow these tips and you can save a great deal on your energy bill each month.

Get More Informed About Your Heating & Cooling System—And Your Other Options

It’s best to know some of the options about upgrading or replacing an HVAC system before we really need to make that decision! When it comes to replacing or upgrading your heating and cooling system, you’ll be taking into account the life of the system, any issues or repairs that are required, your home’s design, and the underlying efficiency it’s delivering, which is indicative of how well its been maintained and how long it has left to “live.”

When you work with the experts at Greater Comfort, we can help you upgrade to a system by letting you compare makes and models, including the associated system designs. We can then show you how this can benefit your home—both comfort-wise and how it will impact your up-front costs and your energy usage on an ongoing basis.

Even if you aren’t looking for any kind of replacement or upgrade right now, you want to be able to know the answers to these questions. It may be too soon to ask these questions, but when the time is right, be equipped to ask some of these questions:

  • What all does your installation estimate include?
  • What are the benefits of the brands (makes and models) your company offers? How are these different than other brands?
  • Can you share your warranty specifications I should be aware of?
  • What size system does my home need—and what does that mean for any other recommendations you have?

It’s worth your time to know as much as you can about other issues, including how much your system could cost over a lifetime, before you make any decisions.

Put Your Tune-Ups on the Calendar 

Getting in your annual home heating and cooling tune-ups is one of the most significant ways you can ensure your system lasts for as long as possible. Because it can be easily forgotten if you need to, add a reminder to your calendar so that you don’t forget.

Another easy solution is to ask us about our maintenance program that you can enroll in. Our preventative maintenance agreement includes two inspections per year—in April and in October, to reflect the cooling start-up season and then the heating start-up season. 

It’s just one more simple way to make sure your system is operating efficiently and safely on an ongoing basis.

Beyond an inspection of the system, we’re looking for any signs of issues or deficiencies such as leaks or corrosion or “wear” that’s not normal. We also want to make sure the system is operating safely, we will change the filters and we’ll ensure ventilation is occurring properly. Again, ongoing maintenance helps prevent emergency repairs, but it also just keeps the system working as economically as possibly. These tune-ups are also a great time to continue to talk to us about the life of your system.

For the heating tune-up specifically, we’re able to do the following:

  • Check evaporator fan motor amp draws
  • Verify proper manifold gas pressure
  • Check induced draft motor amp draw
  • Clean flame rod (if applicable)
  • Check heat exchanger
  • Inspect flue and fresh air make–up
  • Inspect contractors
  • Electric resistance heating elements
  • Disconnects & wiring
  • Tightening all electrical connections
  • Verify proper thermostat operation & program

If you ever think you’ll be fine by skipping a professional tune-up entirely, know that many warranties only apply if you’ve had a certified professional perform this list of services.

Have a question?

At Greater Comfort, we encourage you to ask questions!

We have no issue with explaining what we’re doing, or further explaining any recommendations we have for you. We take each inspection as another opportunity to be able to educate you as much as possible as to what you can be doing to preserve the life of your system, and what you can be doing to have ultimate comfort, all year long.

Our furnace and air conditioning experts proudly serve all of Northern Kentucky, Greater Cincinnati and Southeastern Indiana. With over 60 years of experience, our highly trained technicians bring our special brand of expertise and customer service to every job we perform. Give us a call today at 859-491-4915 or toll free at 844-491-4915.

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Is It Time to Upgrade Your Furnace?

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What are the benefits to replacing your furnace?

When it comes to an emergency situation, as homeowners, we might be faced with the question: should we really replace our furnace?

Just like with changes we make to our house in terms of air quality, windows and other changes to insulation, and even roofing—greater efficiency can mean lower monthly bills. With that said, sometimes it can still be difficult to know if comfort at a lower ongoing cost is worth paying up-front for an upgrade. Here’s more information to help you make the decision with confidence.

Whether you have a gas furnace, heat pumps or air handlers, we know that you will make the best decision when you are fully informed. Ask us to hear all the options you have in terms of installation, replacement and ongoing maintenance for your system.

Here’s what you should talk over with your experienced HVAC:

  • How old your system is
  • Whether or not the technology is still best for your home
  • Cost of repairs relative to cost of a new furnace that fits your needs

System Age

Even if you’re system seems to be working fine, if you see an increase in your monthly bills (month to month or year over year) that’s unexplained, it could be a sign your system is not as efficient as it used to be. With air conditioners and heat pumps lasting up to 12 years, on average, and furnaces lasting up to 20 years, on average, it’s safe to say that many people see problems before the end of the life of their furnace. It’s also important to remember these are averages.

That’s where we come in to give you expert advice on whether or not it is likely that you will have (costly) repairs in the future—based on the current “health” of your system, including factors such as the age of the system.

Technology
 

It probably doesn’t surprise you to hear that HVAC technology is constantly advancing. When you upgrade to a new model, an added benefit is that you get the latest technology available to keep your air as comfortable and healthy as possible. Not only does better technology mean more even temperature, and less noise, it also means greater savings in terms of your utility bill. Be sure to see if there are any rebates such as tax rebates that you might be able to utilize when getting a new furnace.

Costs
 

We’ve talked about before that if your estimated repair costs are going to exceed 30 to 50 percent of the cost of your system’s current value, then you want to consider getting a new system. Many people also prefer, at that point, to put money into a new system, rather than a system that could have more, ongoing issues due to age and normal wear. 

If the estimated repair costs are less than one third of the value of the system and you know you have many years left in your system, in many of the cases you’ll want to repair the system. These kind of repairs can include airflow issues, thermostat problems, cycling, noise issues, problems with your blower, over-heating or under-heating, dirty air filters, or other issues.

Of course your course of action also depends on the actual problem you are experiencing!

We are able to work on every major brand of heating system, making sure we are able to get your system back in top condition as quickly as possible.

If you choose to install a new furnace, whether you have traditional forced air heating with a gas furnace, use a heat pump, or your home has its original boiler, Greater Comfort will help you select a new heating system for optimal efficiency and comfort. We will work with you to ensure you get exactly what you need to stay warm all winter, and so that you have a high quality, dependable system.

Installing a New Furnace: Worry-Free Heating for Years to Come

We can install any major brand or type of furnace, dual fuel system, hybrid system, heat pump, boiler or rooftop packaged unit. High efficiency furnaces available today consume more than 30 percent less fuel than older furnaces. We want you to find a high efficiency model that makes the upgrade a long-term fit for your home and family. It might make sense to ask us for home energy audit to see where there is opportunity to save energy throughout the home.

Call us to Help You Consider the Options for Repair or Replacement

A new furnace is about safely heating your home—now and into the future. Call us today if you want to learn more about year-round comfort for your home. Contact us for 24-7 emergency service at 859-491-4915.

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Make Sure Your Family Has Clean & Pure Air in 2016

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During the holiday season, we often have close friends and family come and visit us. It’s also the perfect time of year to give consideration to your air purification and cleaning system.

We may think of allergies as being worse in other seasons, but just as many contaminants and pollutants build up in the fall and winter months inside our home.

In fact, indoor air quality is an issue we should be aware of throughout the year.

Indoor Air Quality: Not Just for Those With Allergies

One of the biggest myths about indoor air quality is that only those people with severe allergies have to be worried about pollution inside the home. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In winter, as people turn on their heating systems and as people utilize their fireplaces, we can see an uptick in indoor allergens.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental health risks we have today—and that’s consistent throughout the year. Also according to the EPA, some of the indoor air pollutants we have can include:

• bacteria
• dust mites
• mold
• bacteria
• viruses

What’s more is that the source of these pollutants can vary greatly. We see pollutants enter the air from adhesives, paint, varnishes, products we use on the body, cleaning products, pesticides and building materials. Pollutants are broken down into two categories: particulate matter (like dust, smoke, pollen, dander, tobacco) and gaseous pollutants (like gas cooking stoves, paints or vehicle exhaust.)

Air cleaning systems can clean out particles and gaseous pollutants. Still other air cleaners actually destroy (or convert) pollutants via UV light technology. Increasing ventilation in the home also support removal of pollutants in our air.

Air Cleaning Technologies: What to Know

You may wonder: what are some of the questions you should be asking when it comes to selecting your air cleaning technology? Here are a few of the questions to consider:

• Does this air filter remove large particles, and if not, what can be used in combination with it to ensure large particles in the air can be removed and/or destroyed?
• Does this filtration system apply to gases in the home?
• Will this be effective in dealing with bacterial and/or mold in the air?
• Can you verify that none of these systems produce any lung irritants?
• How do you describe the performance of this air cleaner—and why is this superior to other solutions?
• Do these cleaning systems/devices handle odors in the air as well?

Your HVAC expert can help you find air cleaning technologies that, when combined, can work effectively and be a solution that has longevity.

What Kind of Air Cleaners or Purifiers Should My Home Have?

Mechanical filters use a media filter made of carbon, fiberglass or another porous material to capture particles as air passes through them. The highest rated media filters (HEPA) can capture up to 99.9% of all contaminants 0.3 microns or larger. Many mechanical air filters can be measured in terms of MERV, or minimum efficiency reporting value. On a scale of 1 to 20, this allows people to compare the efficacy of air filters across brands. Ask us for more specific information or about specific filters you have. In general, there will be three factors we will take into consideration:

• Size of Pollutants: Air testing is highly recommended to determine which allergens and pollutants pose the greatest risk in your home. Common allergens like dust and pollen can be captured by many filters, but smaller particles like mold spores or smoke particles cannot.
• Whole House Options: This option means your whole house is effectively working to remove and destroy contaminants, making sure that allergens and pollutants do not circulate back into your home’s air supply. For homes without air handlers, there are standalone options or single–room options available.
• Multi–Stage Air Cleaning: Air cleaners and purifiers come in many forms, so it is best to decide if you want to have a single device or multiple devices that can clean air effectively.

When it comes to installation, your experienced and professional HVAC will guide you so you meet install requirements and so you know what kind of maintenance your system requires. Give us a call today at 859-491-4915 to learn your options on how you can find allergy relief and more pure air through air cleaners in your home.

Sources/References

  • http://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/guide-air-cleaners-home
  • http://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/guide-air-cleaners-home#indoor-air
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