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

Odd Heat Pump Behavior That Actually Isn’t Odd

Monday, December 26th, 2016

You probably have spent the majority of your life in homes that received their winter heat from a furnace. If this is your first winter using a heat pump for comfort—either because you had it installed in spring/summer or you’ve moved into a house with a heat pump already in place—you might find it does a few surprising things as it switches into heating mode.

Here are two specific things it will do that may seem like malfunctions. They aren’t, however.

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The Power of UV Air Purifiers for a Healthier Winter

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Winter is not only the season of snow and chilly temperatures, it’s the season of flus and colds. We know that you don’t want to get sick, or for anyone in your household to come down with something. But aside from a few medical preventions and some other precautions, is there much more you can do to protect yourself and your family?

There is a tactic that you might not have thought of: contact HVAC professionals to install a UV air purifier for your house.

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Starting a Small Business? Consider Ductless Heating and Cooling!

Monday, December 12th, 2016

Starting up a small business is a big deal. There are many decisions to make that the company’s future success may hinge upon. One of those choices is what type of heating and air conditioning system your new location will use. The most common heating and cooling system for businesses is the packaged unit, which is usually housed up on the roof. But if you are looking for something different for a smaller space, heating and cooling that will save you money and give you more room, then you should consider a ductless mini split heat pump.

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How to Choose Qualified HVAC Contractors

Monday, December 5th, 2016

One of the paradoxes of modern living is the “paradox of choice.” It’s really a variation of the adage, “hundreds of channels on TV and nothing to watch.” When there are so many options available, it’s hard to make a decision for fear that you may end up with a substandard product or service.

We’re aware of how this affects the HVAC industry, because anyone with access to an Internet connection can type in a few search terms to locate a contractor—and come up with an enormous list of possibilities. When you face this dilemma, you’ll want a simple answer to the question: “Who is a qualified HVAC contractor?”

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