The operational efficiency of your HVAC system depends on several factors, including its location within your home and the type of thermostat used. However, the quality of airflow is one factor that doesn’t get much attention. Your heating or air conditioning system might be a top-of-the-line appliance, but you won’t be able to get the most out […]
Seasonal changes can affect not only indoor comfort, but also the air you breathe at home. In today’s blog post, trusted HVAC contractor McMaster Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. explains the impact of fall weather on indoor air quality, as well as how to deal with the problems associated with poor indoor air quality.
Your thermostat may be small, but it plays a big role in your indoor comfort. It can also affect your monthly energy bills. Despite being a helpful tool, there are still some myths and misconceptions surrounding thermostats.
Having the right amount of humidity is vital to your home’s comfort and family’s health. Experts recommend having your home humidity levels between 30 and 50 percent. Excessive humidity can cause discomfort and contribute to moisture-related issues, such as rot and mold, and mildew growth.
After you set up your HVAC installation, you’ll probably start wondering what will happen next. In today’s post, local heating and air conditioning company McMaster discusses what you can expect after you’ve scheduled your HVAC installation.