Cold air naturally removes moisture from the air. However, relative indoor humidity levels during the summer can sometimes rise to the point that your air conditioner won’t be able to keep up. In today’s post, local air conditioning repair contractor Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning shares the signs that your home needs a dehumidifier.
The terms “forced air” and “central air conditioning” are terms that are often used interchangeably, but are in fact two different parts of a home HVAC system. To avoid confusion in certain situations, Bartlett Heating & Air Conditioning explains the difference between these two HVAC components.
Your furnace is a complex system of controls and machinery that needs professional skill and industry experience to evaluate. Whether it runs on propane or gas, your system needs special equipment to monitor its combustion gases. It also has to be checked for air leaks, gas leaks, rust and condensation. Of course, not all HVAC […]
When it comes to HVAC repair and replacement services, it’s important to have the job done by the right contractor. Not knowing who to hire can be stressful, but that doesn’t mean you should hire just any professional. While heating and air conditioning contractors are always in demand because of the constant need for HVAC […]
Good indoor air quality is more important than ever, especially in this era of social distancing and lockdowns. When it comes to quality air cleaning, you’ve probably heard about high efficiency particulate air filters, or HEPA filters for short. But we want you to know that air cleaning processes aren’t just limited to air filters. […]