iAir Services Blog: Archive for January, 2017

Count on UV Air Purifiers in the Winter

Monday, January 30th, 2017

Indoor_Air_Quality_Filters_Duct_Cleaning_894326_54591782Winter season is cold season, and your home here in Manor, TX may be more vulnerable to colds and flu viruses than you realize. No one likes dealing with illnesses, especially when the weather is cold, but what can you do about it? The answer is quite a bit. A UV air purifier installed in your heating and air conditioning system, can make a huge difference in the overall health of your family. Let’s break it down to show you how it all works.

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Watch Out for Short Cycling in Your Furnace

Monday, January 16th, 2017

When running your furnace in the winter, it pays to take note of anything that seems out of the ordinary. You may notice that your system turns on, then turns off again a few minutes later, only to kick in as the air in your Georgetown, TX home cools and turns off again the same way. The process is known as short cycling, and it can be devastating to your system.

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Do You Need Emergency Services?

Monday, January 9th, 2017

We’re in for a cold winter here in Austin, TX, and if your heating system goes down without warning, you need to get it fixed quickly. Unfortunately, not every breakdown takes place in the middle of the day when you can easily call and schedule repairs. And if your heater stops in the dead of night or over the weekend, an emergency heating repair call may be necessary. But when should you make an emergency call and when can the problem be resolved with a regular heating repair session? A few guidelines are presented below.

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Troubleshoot Your Furnace before Calling Repairs

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

When your furnace shuts down, it can be a source of panic. Winters are cold here in Round Rock, TX, and even a day without proper heating can be devastating. Most homeowners are quick to call in a repair service when their gas furnace won’t turn on, and in many cases, that swiftness is justified. But sometimes, the causes of the shutdown are simple and can be resolved without having to call for a technician. You should always troubleshoot your furnace and determine that this isn’t the case before turning to the professionals. How? Here are a few quick steps.

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