The Connection Between Room Temperature and Sleep Quality

November 17, 2020

Chances are that you’ve woken up in the middle of the night due to serious sweating. Perhaps you’ve also had the unpleasant experience of shaking with chills to the point that you simply can’t fall asleep. If you have guessed that the temperature of your bedroom is related to the quality of your sleep, you are correct. For a variety of reasons, keeping the bedroom at a pleasant temperature plays an important role in procuring a healthy night’s rest. Natural Process When you’re too hot, you might have major trouble sleeping. Some people think they simply prefer cooler temperatures. However,...

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Understanding Your Options for Cooling Your Home’s Finished Basement

November 8, 2020

If you’ve gone to the effort to finish your home’s basement, it’s important to make it a comfortable environment by installing top-notch cooling solutions. Otherwise, the hot Phoenix summers may turn your basement into an unpleasant place that’s rarely used. The good news, though, is that there are plenty of cooling solutions available from that can help you turn your basement into the room where everyone wants to hang out. Add a New HVAC Zone Chances are your finished basement is not going to have the same cooling requirements as the rest of your home. After all, a basement tends...

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Your In-Depth Guide to Furnace Safety

October 22, 2020

Although furnaces are equipped with protection features, you need to follow several operation rules to ensure your safety. Most people know to not set anything on top of the furnace, but did you know that a litter box shouldn’t be set up near the system either? There are a lot of other important safety rules, too, such as maintaining sufficient clearance around the furnace, changing the air filter every month, monitoring the vent pipe and scheduling annual maintenance. Don’t Put Anything Within 3 Feet of the Furnace You need to maintain a clearance of at least 3 feet around the...

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How to Properly Winterize Your HVAC System

October 14, 2020

With winter on the horizon, now is the time to take steps to ensure that your HVAC system is ready for the extreme cold we’re likely to experience here in Roseville, MI. For the most part, winterizing your HVAC system isn’t complicated. However, it can be time-consuming, which means that you need to give yourself enough time to complete all of the steps before winter rears its ugly head. The following are some things that we at do to get our HVAC systems ready for winter that we’d recommend you do, as well. 1. Clean Your Outside Air Conditioner Unit...

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Why Air Filters are Important for Your Heating System

October 8, 2020

Many heating systems have a ventilation system and undoubtedly need an air filter. For example, when dirt particles get inside of your heating system, your system would most likely fail to operate at its optimal efficiency. Without a filter, other problems could potentially arise and cause harm to your system. Using air filters is a great way of helping your system run effectively and efficiently. Though an air filter may look like nothing more than a cardboard box full of pleated material, it can protect your indoor air quality and heating system performance. Furthermore, air filters are inexpensive and can...

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FAQs about UV Lights and Indoor Air

September 29, 2020

If you’re interested in improving indoor air quality, you may have heard about UV lights. This is a relatively new technology that has the potential to help clean air, but it is frequently misunderstood. To figure out if your property can benefit from UV-light filtration, it is helpful to learn more about how the process really works. Is the UV Light Used in the Same Way as Rays From the Sun? UV light is often closely associated with sun rays, which also contain ultraviolet radiation. However, it is important to keep in mind that the rays used in HVAC systems...

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Decoding Common HVAC Terminology

September 21, 2020

The HVAC industry uses many terms that may be unfamiliar or even confusing to the layman but are important for homeowners to recognize and understand. With that in mind, let us look at a dozen of these terms that we believe are important for every HVAC industry customer to appreciate. North American Technician Excellence NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence. This is an important acronym because you will often see HVAC companies promote that they have NATE-certified technicians on staff. NATE is a nonprofit certification organization for the HVACR industry—the R stands for refrigeration. The value of a NATE-certification...

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Suffering from High Cooling Bills? Here’s Why

September 13, 2020

Known for lazy days, green trees, and family vacations, summers in Roseville, MI, can be very relaxing. Unfortunately, another characteristic of summer threatens to steal the joy from this fun season — high utility bills. As your air conditioner works hard to keep your home cool, your electric meter will keep spinning faster and faster. Ultimately, this results in an electric bill that can take all the fun out of summer. The good news is that high electric bills in the summer can be avoided. To help you keep your costs in check, we at have provided this guide with...

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Is Ductless Air Conditioning Cost Effective?

August 20, 2020

When it comes to the heating, cooling and ventilation system of your Grosse Pointe, MI home, you should take into consideration what technology is available to you. Over the last decade, the industry has evolved rapidly. Units are far more energy-efficient, convenient and mainstream in their design. The ductless air conditioning system, for example, is one that is starting to get more attention. At , we can walk you through the details of the product. Here is some information to get you acquainted. What Is a Ductless Air Condition System? A ductless AC is an HVAC unit that does not...

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How To Maintain Good Indoor Air Quality All Summer

August 10, 2020

A city like Roseville, MI, experiences a moderate level of allergies during the warmer weather months. Pollen is often the culprit of summer respiratory issues. Grass pollen is often the highest. Residents of this city should also be mindful of tree and ragweed pollen in the air. There is not that much you can do to control the quality of the outdoor air. There are strategies that you can adopt to help keep your home’s indoor air quality healthy, though. Indoor air quality is one of our specialties at . Here are some tips to review: Divide and Conquer The...

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