Shaw's Air Conditioning & Heating Blog: Archive for May, 2015

3 Air Purifiers You Should Consider Installing

Monday, May 25th, 2015

A lot of people seem to believe that their indoor air quality is actually pretty good. Those same people would probably be horrified if they could see some of the things that they inhale with every breath. The average home’s indoor air contains millions of microscopic particles, many of them harmful contaminants. Things like germs, mold spores, dust, dander, and pollen are just a few of the contaminants that contribute to lowering your indoor air quality. If you allow these contaminants to keep circulating freely through your air, you might experience an increase in allergy attacks and illnesses. If you’d like to improve your indoor air quality, have a look at these three air purifier types.

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Why You Should Consider Installing Ductless Air Conditioning

Monday, May 18th, 2015

Spring is typically the season in which people start evaluating their air conditioning systems, determining whether they can make it through another hot summer. For some systems, the answer will be “no.” If you’re one of those homeowners who needs to install a new air conditioning system this year, consider installing a ductless air conditioner. Read on to find out more about ductless ACs, and the benefits of installing one in your home.

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How a Dirty Air Filter Can Cause Your Whole Air Conditioner to Break Down

Monday, May 11th, 2015

An air conditioner is a pretty complex system, with a large number of parts working together to accomplish what would seem like a relatively simple task. In reality, though, cooling your home is a taller order than you might think. Even a small problem, located in the wrong place, can bring the entire system crashing down. Let’s take a closer look at how your air conditioning can be affected by something as simple as a dirty air filter.

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How a New Thermostat Can Improve Your Air Conditioning

Monday, May 4th, 2015

You’ve probably already started getting your air conditioning system ready for summer, considering how fast the days are heating up. Amid the maintenance and repair appointments, though, have you taken the time to look over your thermostat? The thermostat is arguably the most important part of your HVAC system, responsible for actually controlling your climate.

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