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How to Breathe Better Air, Reduce Costs, And Boost Comfort in 2016

No one wants a home that’s uncomfortable, whose HVAC system never seems to operate correctly, or whose indoor air is stifling. We’ve all got enough to worry about without having to worry about the bare essentials. So why not make 2016 the year when you take full control over the quality of your domestic life? There is plenty that you can do straightaway to ensure that you and your family are breathing clean air in the home, enjoying exceptional comfort, and not paying for anything that you don’t need.

  1. Invest in the air that you breathe: Poor indoor air quality can be excessively dry air that leaves your throat dry, overly humid air that leads to mold growth, or air that has excessive contaminants and particles floating through it, none of which are good. Fortunately, there is plenty that you can do to resolve such issues. Consider a whole-house air purifier, humidifier, or dehumidifier that can be installed directly into your HVAC system.
  2. Reduce your energy consumption: While you should make sure that your home is properly weatherized, there are other steps you can take to reduce the amount of energy that you use on a daily basis. For example, install an energy recovery ventilator unit to make sure that you’re recovering energy during the much-needed ventilation process, instead of just opening a window or door to let fresh air in. You should also make sure that your HVAC system is carefully maintained throughout the year to ensure its efficiency.
  3. Consider going ductless: It’s no secret that ductless mini split heat pumps are now being used widely in homes and commercial spaces. If you’re looking for a different option when it comes to heating and cooling, then you may want to consider avoiding the use of ductwork entirely.

Our technicians will be happy to help you maximize your home life in 2016. Contact Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning today for HVAC services throughout the Laporte area.

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