Air Creations, Inc. Blog : Archive for November, 2016

Save Money in Winter with an Equipment Upgrade

Monday, November 28th, 2016

As the cold of winter approaches, you’ll see plenty of websites offering tips for how to save money during the season. We’ll probably put up one of our own in a few weeks. However, in this post we are going to focus on a specific and long-term way to lower those rising heating costs: upgrading your heating equipment.

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The Right Filter for Your HVAC System

Monday, November 21st, 2016

Having regular professional maintenance for your heating system is an essential annual step to make sure the heater works at its best and runs into few malfunctions. But there is an important maintenance task that you need to do on your own during the rest of the winter, which is to regularly change the HVAC system’s air filter. If this filter is allowed to become clogged, it will severely cut down on the energy efficiency of the heater, raising your bills and lowering your comfort.

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Details about Our Comfort Plan and How It Can Help You

Monday, November 14th, 2016

We often receive questions through email or on the phone about our maintenance service. We offer a special maintenance plan called the Comfort Plan, and it can make a tremendous difference for customers when it comes to more than comfort—it’s a great way to save money and enjoy peace of mind that a heating and AC system will remain safe and operational around the year.

Below we’ve listed some of the details about how our Comfort Plan works. Just give us a call or send us a message online to find out anything you wish to know, and to sign up!

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The Chill in the Air Calls for a Humidifier: Here’s Why

Monday, November 7th, 2016

When the temperatures start to drop for winter, so will the relative humidity levels. The cold conditions make it harder for the air to retain moisture, resulting in drier conditions. This is when you can start to experience static electric shocks on a regular basis—touching a door knob becomes an anxious experience! But dry air does more than make your laundry stick together when it comes out of the clothes dryer. It can have a number of negative effects on your household, ranging from higher bills to higher chances of illness.

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