According to Heatlh Partners the humidity levels inside your home should stay between 30% and 50%. Too much or too little humidity can affect your health, comfort and your home’s infrastructure. While too much humidity can result in mold and overall discomfort, too little humidity can result in dryness and frequent colds and coughs. There […]
Indoor Air Quality
If you have been researching air conditioning systems or looking into available HVAC energy incentives, you may have seen the term “SEER” used. The SEER rating is a key factor to consider when designing and installing an air conditioning system, but what exactly is it and why is it important? What does SEER stand for? […]
As the summer heat starts to rise, it is important to make sure your air conditioning system is up to the task of keeping you, your family and pets cool and comfortable. But how do you know when it is time to replace your AC ? Here are a few things to consider: How Old […]
It’s important to choose a credible HVAC installer. One who will design a heating/cooling system that fits your home’s unique comfort and efficiency needs. As homeowners ourselves, our team understands it can be difficult to choose an installer to trust with your home project. To help you navigate your HVAC installation process, we’ve outlined important […]
What is an HVAC Maintenance Plan, and how can they improve the longevity and efficiency of your heating and cooling systems? Our Jay Moody HVAC team talks you through the importance of these types of HVAC service plans and what we have to offer!
Written by Leo Sharkey, Owner We recently received a call from new homeowners about high humidity levels in their brand new (2020 build) house. Upon inspection of the house, it was structurally well built. The HVAC system met code but was not state-of-the-art design. I’ll explain what I found, why that caused issues and what […]