A well-insulated home also means less natural ventilation. Dust, debris, and germs don’t have anywhere to escape. Fortunately, there’s technology to combat this problem.Continue Reading
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the novel coronavirus disease 2019—also known as COVID-19—can cause mild to severe respiratory illness when an individual is exposed to the virus.Continue Reading
Humidity measures the amount of moisture in the air. Most people associate dryness with winter; that’s a function of humidity.Continue Reading
Whoever named the heat pump was being modest.
Not only do heat pumps generate heat, but they can also pump out cool air. What’s more, a new heat pump can cut your California energy costs by up to 50 percent when you make the switch from a furnace or baseboard heater, according to the US Department of Energy (DOE).Continue Reading
A ductless system, or mini split, adds comfort to your home without the hassle of having to extend your ductwork. For new construction, additions, retrofits, and remodeling projects, a ductless system is your perfect heating and cooling solution.Continue Reading
It’s understandable that maintenance tasks often fall by the wayside. Many Lincoln homeowners follow the mantra of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Everyone is busy and many seemingly more important priorities tend to creep up every month to consume time and money.Continue Reading
We all take climate control for granted these days. In winter, we expect warmth from our heating system; in summer, we demand the cool comfort of air conditioning. Most Rocklin homeowners don’t give that a second thought—until the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system breaks down and replacement decisions need to be made. Today, the majority of homes either use a conventional air conditioner (AC) and furnace combination or a heat pump. Our team at Your Team Heating and Air Conditioning is well-versed in the difference as well as the benefits of each type of system.Continue Reading
While an air conditioner’s efficiency is measured by its SEER rating, a furnace’s efficiency is measured by its AFUE.Continue Reading
Proper humidity levels can allow you to maintain indoor comfort levels at a lower temperature which uses less energy for heating.Continue Reading
Adding an UV lighting system to the HVAC equipment of your California home or business creates a healthier environment for you.Continue Reading
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