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3 Reasons Air Duct Cleaning Will Make Your Employees Love You
21 Feb
By: Climate Control
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Commercial services can make your employees love you even more than they already do.

Do you think commercial services can impact your employees’ emotions? You bet they can! And they can do it with something as simple as air duct cleaning. These are just three reasons why it can make your employees love you even more than they already do.

#1: They’ll Feel Better

As your HVAC system pushes air through the vents and ducts in your home, pollutants get left behind. Air duct cleaning removes the dirt, dust, debris, and other air contaminants that get circulated through your home as air passes over it. This means improved indoor air quality. Along with that comes feeling better. When you breathe cleaner air you have more energy, less fatigue, you’re happier, and you’re more productive.

#2: They’ll Get Sick Less Often

Illness not only affects your business and the productivity of your staff. Illness affects your employees personally, it affects their families, and in turn, the greater community. Cleaning air ducts can cut down on illness by removing mold, viruses, allergens, and bacteria that have found safe harbor there. Clean air means less illness.

#3: They’ll Reap the Rewards of Your Cost Savings

Cleaner ducts mean energy savings for your business. The HVAC system doesn’t have to work as hard to do the same job, which means it uses less energy, saving you money on your utility bills. It also means less chance of breakdown, reducing the cost of repairs over time. How does this make your employees love you? Because you can redirect those funds in ways that benefit them. It’s a win-win!

We know your employees already love you, but we can make them love you more. Call the duct cleaning and commercial services experts at Climate Control Heating and Air Conditioning today.

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Ways Natural Light Affects Your Home’s Energy Efficiency
14 Feb
By: Climate Control
home energy efficiency

Why you can count on the sun for increased energy efficiency.

Energy efficiency doesn’t just mean solar panels and electric cars. You can increase your efficiency with some simple steps at home, and you can do it with the help of the sun. Natural light can affect your home’s energy efficiency in a number of ways.

How Natural Light Affects Your Overall Energy Use

Natural light in your home can cut down on the use of electricity by cutting down on your need for artificial lighting. This is especially true in the spring and summer months when the days are longer, and you can take advantage of the light from the sun until later in the day. This can be different for everyone depending on the direction your house faces, but more natural light means less reliance on electric lights.

How Natural Light Affects Your Heating and Cooling Use

The amount of natural light that your home gets can have a big impact on the amount of heating and cooling you need to do throughout the year. If your home faces south, you can count on extra sunlight to cut down on your heating costs in the winter. In the summer, you’ll need to utilize blinds and curtains to keep from needing extra cooling. If your house faces north, the opposite is true. You can save money in the summer with less natural sunlight heating up your home.

Many factors go into a home’s energy efficiency. One of those factors is natural light. Whether you need to find ways to take advantage of it, or you need to find ways to work around it, the pros can help. Contact our team at Climate Control Heating and Air Conditioning for the advice you need to increase your energy efficiency.

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3 Tips for Keeping the Temperature Consistent Throughout Your Home
07 Feb
By: Climate Control
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Don’t you hate it when your heating and air conditioning is inconsistent and unpredictable? Here’s how to get things under control.

You rely on your heating and air conditioning to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. But what if it’s sitting down on the job? If the temperatures in your home are inconsistent, you don’t have to just live with it. Take a look at three tips you can use to stay comfy, year-round.

Change Your Air Filters, Already

If you aren’t changing your air filters every 30-90 days, or as recommended by your HVAC manufacturer, you should be. A dirty filter could be a contributing factor to inconsistent heating and cooling. When there is a clogged filter, the system can’t effectively pull air in, which can result in frequent on and off cycles. This can mean your house won’t maintain your desired temperature.

Get One of Those Fancy Thermostats

Smart thermostats aren’t all the rage for nothing. They have advanced programming features and updated technology that make it easier to communicate with your HVAC system. When the thermostat works better, the whole system is going to work better.

Remember to Schedule Maintenance

You wouldn’t drive your car for years and years without taking it in for service. You know that would mean poor performance and possibly a breakdown. The same is true for your heating and air conditioning equipment. Schedule regular maintenance, in the spring and the fall, to help make sure your house stays the temperature you set.

Whether your house is too cold or too hot, it’s not ideal. If you can’t seem to keep a consistent temperature in your house, it could be time to call in the pros. You can find the best by reaching out to Climate Control for all of your heating and air conditioning needs.

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Start Your 2019 Off the Right Way with a Maintenance Visit
24 Jan
By: Climate Control


HVAC maintenance agreements and New Year’s resolutions are 2019’s dream team.

What do heating and air conditioning maintenance agreements and New Year’s resolutions have in common? They can both get 2019 started off on the right foot. Here’s how.

Why Invest in HVAC maintenance?

Your heating and cooling system needs regular TLC as much as your car does. To keep it running at peak condition and at its most energy efficient, it’s important to have maintenance done twice a year. It’s best if there’s a maintenance visit completed first in the spring and then again in the fall.

What Happens During a Maintenance Visit?

A spring maintenance visit should include the following:

  • Inspect and adjust the blower motor
  • Test and calibrate the thermostat
  • Change the air filter
  • Check the bearings
  • Inspect the evaporator coil
  • Clear the condensate drain
  • Check and adjust the refrigerant levels
  • Lubricate all of the moving parts

A fall maintenance visit should include:

  • Checking for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Test and calibrate the thermostat
  • Check the pilot light and ignition
  • Inspect the ventilation and exhaust
  • Check the fan belt for wear and tear
  • Change the air filter
  • Lubricate all of the moving parts
  • Inspect and clean the blower and the heat exchangers

Why Do I Need a Maintenance Agreement?

A maintenance agreement ensures your system gets the attention it needs twice a year. That means your year starts with a spring check before you start cooling your home for the warmer weather. It also means you get a discount on any necessary repairs, priority scheduling, waiving of overtime rates should they apply, and a one-year warranty on repairs.

What could be better than starting 2019 on the right foot with an HVAC maintenance visit? Contact our friendly team at Climate Control Heating and Air Conditioning today for a maintenance agreement that can have you saying happy New Year.

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