The summer season tends to increase indoor humidity levels, which affects indoor air quality. Without dehumidification, indoor spaces become clammy and uncomfortable. This is why many homeowners need a dehumidifier for their home. In this blog, McMaster discusses dehumidifiers and how they work with heating and air conditioning systems.
You’ve probably heard horror stories about air conditioners failing on the hottest days of the year and having to wait days to get them repaired. As an air conditioning contractor, we at McMaster can confirm that this is just one of the many things that can go wrong with your HVAC system in the summer. […]
Questions such as “does humidity affect AC performance?” are applicable to all types of HVAC systems. However, HVAC systems for large facilities pose unique challenges that property owners and managers must know how to address. In this blog, McMaster takes an in-depth look at these unique challenges.
Air filters are important air conditioning system components, as they remove impurities from the air that passes through your HVAC system while maintaining airflow. In this blog, McMaster discusses the different types of HVAC air filters.
Upgrading your aging HVAC system has a lot of merit. An upgrade can provide consistent comfort, pay for itself through the energy savings you’ll reap from its improved operation and unlock numerous capabilities your current heating or air conditioning equipment lacks.