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.
Whether you want to minimize the effect of humidity on your air conditioning system or reduce energy consumption without sacrificing comfort, you need a reliable thermostat. Thanks to modern technology, you have two viable alternatives to old-school manual models: programmable and smart thermostats.
Refrigerants are chemicals that make air conditioners what they are. These substances absorb and help transfer heat to the outside, rendering indoor air much cooler. While they enable you to enjoy comfort whenever you like, sadly they’ve been damaging the environment ever since they were developed.
HVAC system testing, adjusting and balancing (TAB) is necessary to ensure proper operation of heating, air conditioning and ventilation units. Any resistance to fluid flow distribution can affect the comfort of occupants and the integrity of other building contents.