Intelligent Air Services Blog: Archive for March, 2016

Have You Considered Adding More Insulation This Spring?

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Homeowners in towns like Georgetown, TX rarely worry too much about insulation because our winters are so mild. But insulation does so much more than keep you warm in the winter. Summers benefit just as much from added insulation in your home, and if you’re looking for ways to cut down on your monthly cooling bills this summer, then adding more is an ideal way to do it. A good service can discuss your options with you, but you should know exactly how insulation helps your home before you pull the trigger.

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Put a Stop to High Humidity This Summer

Monday, March 21st, 2016

Spring has arrived, and while winter isn’t exactly brutal here in Dripping Springs, TX, chances are you haven’t been using your air conditioner this winter much. That’s going to change very soon. While it can take care of the high temperatures, however, it’s tougher for your air conditioner to deal with high humidity levels. It’s not built for that work and excessively muggy air can cause a number of problems. That’s why you need a whole-house dehumidifier to put a stop to high humidity this summer and restore comfort levels to where they should be.

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Qualities to Look for in a Commercial HVAC Service

Monday, March 14th, 2016

Lakeway, TX and other communities in the Austin area feature their share of businesses. If you’re a business owner or an office manager in the area, you know how vital a good commercial HVAC system is to your company. It means reliable heat in the winter and cool air in the summer: keeping your employees comfortable, protecting important equipment like computers, and providing an inviting environment for customers to visit and revisit. Chances are, you don’t have an HVAC expert on staff, which means you’ll need to hire a service not only to install and replace a commercial HVAC system, but to provide timely repairs and maintenance. Those needs differ from residential HVAC systems, so before you task a given company to keep your commercial system running, there are certain specific qualities you should look for.

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3 Reasons There’s Ice Forming on Your Heat Pump

Monday, March 7th, 2016

Cedar Park, TX still has its share of cold weather this time of year, and it’s natural to assume that ice will form on the outdoor part of your heat pump just like it does everywhere else. In point of fact, however, ice on the heat pump can be a big problem, and it might not be the weather that’s to blame. If the ice seems excessive or you witness a corresponding loss of heat or similar problem accompanying its appearance, you should shut off your system and call in a trained professional right away. Here are three reasons there’s ice forming on your heat pump, most of which need a technician to correct.

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