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Scrub-a-Dub-Dub, Get Your Ducts in the Tub!

Monday, July 29th, 2019

Okay, no, you can’t literally put your ducts in your bathtub. In fact, you shouldn’t be cleaning them out with water at all! But hopefully, our silly title got you thinking about duct cleaning services — because it is certainly important!

There are plenty of reasons to invest in regular duct cleaning services, and below, we have listed some of them for you. All you’ve got to do is keep reading to find out more (and of course, remember to schedule your indoor air quality and air conditioning services in Georgetown with our team!)

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Suffer No Longer With the Right Dehumidifier!

Monday, September 26th, 2016

While many parts of the country are cooling down and people are getting ready to turn on their heaters for the first time this fall, we’re still sweltering over here in Round Rock. What’s worse is our relative humidity makes it feel much hotter, sometimes climbing up to 30% higher than what’s considered “comfortable” by most homeowner’s standards.

High humidity can cause health problems and damage property, making a dehumidifier more than a convenience—it’s a necessity for Texas homeowners. Keep reading to learn more about what the right dehumidifier can do for you.

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Cleaning Your Air: The Power of a UV Air Purifier

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Each type of air filtration system has its own method of removing pollutants and contaminants from the air in your home. Improving your indoor air quality should be a priority, as it contributes to your health and the health of your family. Air filters can only do so much. In fact, the air filter that came standard with your HVAC system is not even designed to protect your indoor air quality. Its purpose is to protect the inside components of your HVAC system. One product that is extremely efficient in purifying your air is the UV air purifier.

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Why Installing a Humidifier Is a Good Idea

Monday, September 7th, 2015

Texas has a well-earned reputation of being an uncomfortably hot place during the summer. Since we live in a desert, the fact that it’s hot and dry shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. What might be surprising, however, is the effect that the environment can have on you and your home. In order to cope with the oppressive heat, most homeowners run their air conditioners non-stop all summer long. This takes care of the heat, but one of the side-effects of heavy air conditioner use is that it removes most of the humidity from the air in your home. Let’s take a look at what that lack of humidity can do, and why installing a humidifier is a good idea.

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Will My Air Conditioner Dehumidify My Home Properly?

Monday, July 13th, 2015

Texas has always been a hot place during the summer, but in many areas humidity is beginning to become a problem as well. With this new issue beginning to affect comfort levels as the days start to heat up, many people are relying on their air conditioners to battle the increased moisture. Unfortunately, this isn’t going to be enough to appreciably lower humidity levels in many homes. Let’s take a look at why you need a dedicated humidifier in your home this summer.

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Why Duct Cleaning Is Important for Indoor Air Quality

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Many homeowners know that indoor air quality is important. If you leave your windows closed all the time, for example, the air in your home is much more likely to become stale and musty. What a lot of homeowners don’t know, however, is how much their indoor air quality is affected by the state of their ducts. The ducts in your home play a big part in determining your overall indoor air quality. Read on to find out more about how your ducts alter your air quality, and what to do about it.

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How an Energy Recovery Ventilator Can Benefit You

Monday, June 1st, 2015

Most buildings constructed over the past couple of decades have been designed to be as airtight as possible. This is to make climate control easier by aiding in insulating the building. Unfortunately, as a side effect of this design strategy, buildings have been cut off from much of the fresh air flow that is necessary for maintaining high indoor air quality. That is where an energy recovery ventilator comes in. Let’s take a closer look at energy recovery ventilators, and some of the advantages of installing one.

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3 Air Purifier Types That Can Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Monday, April 27th, 2015

The air in your home is infested with millions upon millions of microscopic contaminants. Some of these are allergens and lung irritants, like dust, pollen, and dander. Others are infectious agents, like viruses, bacteria, and mold spores. All of them can have negative effects on your health, and you’re inhaling a dose of them with every breath you take. So what can you do about these pollutants that are destroying your indoor air quality? Install an air purifier. Read on to find out about 3 common air purifier types that can improve your indoor air quality.

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Sunday, May 25th, 2014

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