It’s springtime again which means the regularly scheduled pollen is out and your allergies are acting up. If your allergies seem significantly worse this year, it’s probably because they are. Pollen levels are extremely high in the southeast region of the U.S. this season. Find out your region’s pollen levels with the National Allergy Map. […]
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In contrast to our exceptionally mild winter, Wake Forest weather is known for significant temperature swings and extremes. For homeowners, extreme weather can expose issues with your home’s systems and exacerbate malfunctioning components. When temperatures are really hot, or really cold, your HVAC system is more likely to require repair. Unfortunately, every other heating and […]
Many homes have rooms or areas within them that are warmer or cooler than the rest of the house. Do you have rooms that require adding or shedding layers when you enter? The air temperature should be consistent throughout your home. Temperature discrepancies from room to room may be indicative of significant issues with your […]
Is your air conditioner making a rattling sound? Is it taking a little longer to kick up and start? These are two big indicators that your system may have compressor problem. These issues should be addressed quickly.
Out with the old, in with the new. We’re not just talking about the Oval Office, here, but your HVAC refrigerant as well. With the passing of the Clean Air Act of 1990, companies have been working with legislators to reduce carbon emissions and their potential impact on the ozone layer.
So you read our decision guide and you know you need a new HVAC system. Now what? How do you know which brand is best?
Are you thinking about replacing your HVAC system? All of the options can be a little overwhelming. We’ve created an HVAC Changeout Decision Guide to help you make the best decision for you.
According to local meteorologist Mike Moss, the annual mean humidity for the Raleigh area is 71%. Simply put, that is high. Moisture is a factor that should be seriously considered during the building process. When you are building Energy Star homes, you cannot afford to underestimate moisture.