What Air Quality Concerns Should You Know This Fall?

The scent of damp earth and chimney smoke bring a comforting atmosphere to the Indianapolis area's chilly falls, but those same scents also pose problems for your indoor air quality. By making time for furnace maintenance, fireplace preparation, and other seasonal jobs, though, you can ensure your … [Read more...]

Now is the Time to Winterize Your HVAC System in Indiana

Now is the Time to Winterize Your HVAC System in Indiana

Taking care of the HVAC system in your Indiana home is something every homeowner must do year-round. As the weather will soon change thanks to the upcoming colder months of the year, winterizing your HVAC system as soon as possible is of utmost importance. Here are a few tips to start the … [Read more...]

Learning About Common Condensate Drain Issues

Learning About Common Condensate Drain Issues

The condensate drain is one component of your cooling system that you may not be familiar with, but it can be a source of unpleasant odors, a decline in air quality or significant water damage if it malfunctions. You can avoid all this by learning about the issues that frequently cause problems with … [Read more...]

Is it Time to Repair or Replace? Make the Right Decision for Your HVAC System

Is it Time to Repair or Replace? Make the Right Decision for Your HVAC System

HVAC system components are built durably to provide years of reliable service, but even with proper care and maintenance they'll eventually wear out. If a serious problem has developed and you're facing the difficult decision of whether to repair or replace existing equipment, be sure to weigh the … [Read more...]

Learn How Electronic Air Cleaners Give Pollutants the Boot

Learn How Electronic Air Cleaners Give Pollutants the Boot

The air quality in your Indianapolis area home is an important factor in the well-being and health of your family. While your air conditioner and furnace filters can trap large particles in the air, electronic air cleaners remove very small particles (as small as 0.3 microns), making them much more … [Read more...]