Why Are Humidifiers Used More In Heating Than cooling?

January 5, 2021

Because high humidity is associated with hot weather, some people assume that air conditioning systems would dry out the air. It’s actually heating systems that tend to have problems with making the air too dry in your home. Thus, humidifiers are used more in heating systems than air conditioning systems, although there are some benefits to using a humidifier with your AC system. It’s Drier Inside in the Winter Most homes tend to be drier in the winter than in the summer. This is especially true for residents on the western side of North Dakota because

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Simple Ways to Improve Your Indoor Air

December 3, 2020

Indoor air can cause health problems when it contains pollutants and allergens. If family members suffer from throat and eye irritation at home, it may be time to take some action. We’ve got some suggestions on ways to clean up your indoor air. Improve Ventilation Enhancing the ventilation system in your home can remove dirt from the air. Clean the ductwork annually and keep air registers free of buildup to prevent contaminants from hanging out inside your home. Regular system maintenance can also support healthier air quality. Install Air Cleaners

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What Makes an Air Filter Unique?

October 20, 2020

As a homeowner, you want to make sure you and your family are comfortable year-round, and this starts with maintaining your heating and AC system. For your HVAC system to function, it needs a filter that can capture pollutants before they enter the furnace or air handler and wreak havoc. Not all filters are created equal, though. Differences of Surface Area Some filters can capture more pollutants, as one can easily see after comparing the two most common types of filters that suit the average home: fiberglass filters and pleated filters. The former can

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Lennox Indoor Air Quality Products

June 12, 2020

If you’ve noticed indoor air quality problems, such as bad odors, stale air, too much humidity, excessive dust, or more mold and mildew, you’re not alone. Many homeowners in West Fargo, ND, notice issues with indoor air quality. Fortunately, there are Lennox indoor air quality products that could cleanse and purify your house’s air all year. Signs You Have Indoor Air Quality Problems The air in most homes is two to five times more polluted than the outdoor air. Excessive dust on flat surfaces is a good indication of poor indoor air quality. You may also

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Things To Know About Carbon Monoxide in Your Home

May 14, 2020

Carbon monoxide is a gas with no odor and no color. It is found in combustion fumes from furnaces, gas-powered appliances, grills and vehicles. The carbon monoxide in those fumes can build up in your West Fargo, ND, home if there is poor ventilation or if your windows and doors are closed. Here is what you need to know about carbon monoxide in your home. Causes of Carbon Monoxide in Homes If fuel doesn’t fully burn, carbon monoxide gas can build up. This can happen with a faulty furnace or malfunctioning gas clothes dryer, water heater,

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