Now that cooler weather has set in, the warmth and comfort of your home will be dependent on its central heating system. As such, it’s imperative to thoroughly check out your system to ensure that it is, and will remain, in good working order for the next several months.
Humidity plays a crucial role in keeping your home comfortable. While there are various ways to enhance the comfort in your home, only a humidifier can address certain issues. In this article from your trusted air conditioning repair company, Bounds Heating & Air, you’ll find out exactly how a humidifier can help improve your home’s
HVAC units are very expensive pieces of equipment so it’s not surprising that people go to great lengths to take good care of them. Unfortunately, some people end up doing more harm than good to their units because of several misconceptions about proper HVAC maintenance. Our experts shed some light on these common HVAC myths
Through your family’s daily routine of boiling kettles, baths, showers, drying clothes, and cooking, moisture from these activities has to end up somewhere. The excess moisture can cause wood to mold and destroy plaster on your windows, and can even damage the rest of your home. More importantly, this could affect indoor air quality and
Thunderstorms ravaged North Central Florida last July, prompting the National Weather Service and the local authorities to issue several potential flooding warnings, as well as advisories for nickel-sized hail and high winds at 45-55 mph. While there were no reports of casualties, there were two separate non-fatal car crash incidents. Property damage also became an