iAir Services Blog: Archive for July, 2016

3 Ways a Dehumidifier Helps Your Air Conditioner

Monday, July 25th, 2016

Summers in Georgetown, TX are stiflingly hot, but they also feature high humidity that can turn your home into a swamp. A dehumidifier is the easy solution to that problem, and obviously that’s the primary job that a dehumidifier does in your home. But did you know that it can also help your air conditioner do its job better? High humidity can create a lot of strain in your AC system, leading to higher monthly bills and an increased risk of repair. What kind of strain, specifically? Here’s a breakdown of 3 of the most common.

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Centralized AC vs. Ductless AC

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Austin, TX is far too hot in the summertime to go without a reliable AC, and if you’re in the market for a new one, you want to move quickly. Most of us assume that a centralized air conditioner is the only option and indeed, they’r reliable and efficient systems. But you might also want to consider an alternative, such as a ductless AC system. They replace a single unit—which generates cool air in a centralized location and blows it into your home with a series of ducts—with multiple smaller units spaced throughout your home, Each unit is charged with cooling one room or section of the home, distributing the workload across several units. Which one is right for you? That usually depends on the circumstances.

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Use a UV Air Purifier for a Healthier Home

Monday, July 11th, 2016

Manor, TX gets hot and humid in the summer, which makes the perfect breeding ground for germs and bacteria. They flourish in quite parts of your home, taking advantage of muggy conditions to multiple and spread. Biological contaminants can quickly spread illness through your home, as well as contributing to that stale, stagnant feeling that comes every summer. 

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Sizing a New Air Conditioner

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

We get a lot of calls for new air conditioning installation this time of year, as temperatures climb in Round Rock, TX and an older system may find itself overwhelmed by high monthly bills and repeated repair calls. Installing a new system this time of year makes all kinds of sense, since it will allow you to enjoy the benefits of improved efficiency and a brand new warranty for the remainder of the summer.

But once you’ve made the decision to install a new system, you have to factor in certain details to make sure it fits the needs of your home. Chief among them is the air conditioner’s size, and by that we mean its power output. A trained technician needs to balance that factor against the specifics of your home.

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