Gas furnaces are the usual type of heating system you’ll see in most homes. However, some homeowners worry that furnaces present a safety hazard. No matter what kind of heating system you have, you must take safety measures to prevent problems and ensure your home stays comfortable during the cold months of winter. … Continue Reading
While you may not have heard of “Dirty Sock Syndrome”, you’d likely recognize it were you to smell it. Dirty Sock Syndrome is a common term in the HVAC industry for a musty stench that can sometimes assault your senses upon opening your AC unit. causing your home to start smelling like dirty gym socks in no time.
This smell is of course unpleasant to most people. While it’s not usually dangerous, it is a sign of a problematic HVAC unit. All Seasons Inc., one of the top local air conditioning companies in the local area, explains everything you need to know about this so-called “syndrome.”
The intense heat of summer necessitates reliance on our air conditioning units, so much so that they’re kept running more than usual. There’s no doubt of the HVAC unit’s ability to ensure comfort, but as is often said, you can have too much of a good thing. Excessive use of electricity, for one, can lead to overloading problems.
All Seasons Inc., one of the top electric panel companies in the local area, offers the following tips to avoid overloading your electrical system this summer.
Carrier® is one of the leading names when it comes to HVAC systems. Among their best-selling cooling systems are their ductless air conditioning units. In today’s blog, All Seasons Inc., one of the top air conditioning companies in the local area, provides an overview of how these work.