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One way a home owner can minimize the number and growth of unhealthy airborne pollutants is to add a proper humidification system to their home. This will help control the relative humidity (rh) in a home, which can have dramatic effects on both your health and bank account! Carrier’s Healthy Air Experts state that in
Air to Air Recovery Equipment : Ventilators! These days homes are being built tighter for more energy efficiency. It’s a logical step in our ever present struggle to save energy resources and as a result – money. A tighter, less leaky home will require less energy to keep climate controlled. What you might not realize
NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence, but do you really know what that means? NATE, headquartered in Arlington, VA, was founded in 1997 and is the largest certification program for HVAC-R technicians in the nation. That includes technicians and contractors in heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration. It is currently the only HVAC-R technician certification
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy recently published a list of simple ways consumers could become more energy-efficient, and with the state of our local and national economies, we couldn’t help but pass on a few of these tips. Here is your checklist for energy-efficient action! Turn down the temperature to your water heater.
Carrier and Kemnitz Heating and A/C want to make sure your next service appointment is as efficient and smooth as our products! Here are a few items we suggest you check prior to your next appointment. Pre-Service Checklist Know where all your heating and air conditioning units are located. Perform basic trouble shooting tactics Check
Everything you need to know about filtration and more! Filters are used to remove particles and large biologicals from the air as it passes through the system’s air ducts. A general “rule of thumb” to use when selecting the appropriate filter is that the media from which the filter is made of determines down to
According to the Carrier Technical Resource Guide for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), organizations ranging from the EPA, American Heart Assoc., and even the World Health Organization, are now providing statistics that relate indoor air pollutants to increased risk for serious illness and even death. That’s right; some of the worlds leading experts in healthcare are