If your home suffers from hard, iron water or has a bad smell and taste, or you are concerned with the amount of chlorine in the water system, then it is time to consider having a water purifier installed in your home or place of business. With the declining quality and purity of drinking water, more people are worrying about the health effects that poor quality can have on their bodies and over all health.
Weighing both the pros and cons of insulation - whether it is fiberglass, cellulose or spray foam insulation - can be a great way to decide which the best choice for your home is. As with anything, if the positives outweigh the negatives, it is a good decision that pays dividends. The advantages of spray foam insulation are a list of strong attributes that can help make your choice a simple and easy one.
Dehumidifiers regulate humidity by removing excess moisture from the air, thereby creating living conditions that are inhospitable to dust mites, mold, and other allergenic organisms. But, how does a dehumidifier work? What is the mechanism that allows it to take moisture that's is in gas form, from the air, and remove it liquid water? While there are two primary methods or styles that allows dehumidifiers to remove moisture from the air, for this article, we're focusing on the most popular style - refrigerant based dehumidifiers. So how does a dehumidifier work? Read on to find out!
What goes on inside your crawl space? It's not just a vacant, or mostly vacant, area underneath the house. Some houses have HVAC duct work down there, and some have wiring and plumbing. Some have none of those things, but the framework of the house is still exposed.
When you hear the term “ultraviolet light,” your mind may automatically go to the sun. You’ve been warned of the harmful effects, but have you heard of the incredible benefits ultraviolet light has for your home?
Allow the team at Harbin Heating & AC to install germicidal lights into your central HVAC system, and you’ll be breathing healthier air in no time. When you add a germicidal light into your HVAC system, ultraviolet light works for you instead of against you. It will reduce and kill germs, disinfect your air, and save you money. Learn about the ways germicidal light helps your home.
In the age of the smart home, wifi thermostats have made the home more efficient. You can make the most of your HVAC without wasting energy or money. During the summer months, you can set your thermostat to warmer temperatures while you are away and vice versa for winter months.
Duct cleaning has never been shown to actually prevent health problems. Neither do studies conclusively demonstrate that particle (e.g., dust) levels in homes increase because of dirty air ducts. This is because much of the dirt in air ducts adheres to duct surfaces and does not necessarily enter the living space. It is important to keep in mind that dirty air ducts are only one of many possible sources of particles that are present in homes. Pollutants that enter the home both from outdoors and indoor activities such as cooking, cleaning, smoking, or just moving around can cause greater exposure to contaminants than dirty air ducts. Moreover, there is no evidence that a light amount of household dust or other particulate matter in air ducts poses any risk to your health.
Indoor air quality concerns are common among homeowners, especially once spring begins. Mold spores, pet dander, smoke, dust, allergens, and other debris can easily make their way into a home’s indoor air and have negative health effects. Harbin Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc can help advise you on improving indoor air quality. Fortunately, there are several products you can recommend that address many of the most common concerns.