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Upgrade Your HVAC System for Winter with an ERV The most important part of preparing a home for the coming winter is to schedule regular maintenance for the heating system. (Our Proactive Service Agreement is an easy way to have maintenance done each fall, as well as maintenance for the air conditioner in the spring.) But there are some upgrades you can make to your HVAC system that will provide even better heating performance, comfort, and energy efficiency this winter. One of these upgrades that we install is an ERV. Wait, what’s an ERV? The letters stand for “Energy Recovery Ventilator.” It’s a device integrated into the ventilation system in a home that pre-heats or pre-cools air drawn from the outside using air pulled from the inside of the house. The fresh outdoor air moves through a current of the stale indoor air, and heat transfers from one to the other. What’s the benefit of this? During winter, a house can become extremely stuffy and filled with contaminants because it is sealed off from the outside. Bringing in fresh air means bringing in the cold, and this places stress on the heating system. What an ERV does is allow fresh air into the ventilation system and the rooms without also bringing in the cold. The ERV takes the air in the house that’s already heated and uses it to warm up the incoming air. In this way, it “recovers” the energy that was used to warm up the house and uses it for the incoming fresh air. A home enjoys fresher, cleaner air without making the heater overwork. There’s an additional benefit of an ERV, which is it helps to balance humidity. The air outside is extremely dry in winter, but it gains moisture along with heat from the indoor air current as it moves through the ERV. This keeps the house from becoming excessively dry, a problem that’s common with furnaces. Looking for more indoor air quality and heating help in Princeton, LA? Call the Doctor of Home Comfort, Hall’s Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration!

An End-of-Season Air Conditioning Evaluation Don’t Ignore Repair Needs for Your Commercial AC—Even in the Fall! The official start of fall is a bit more than a week away—the 22nd, to be exact. The summer weather hasn’t gone away yet, however, with temperatures still sometimes hitting the 90s. But it won’t be long before the cooler weather arrives and your air conditioning system will take more and more breaks, and then eventually go into its winter hibernation period. It’s a good time to evaluate your air conditioners performance over the last season and make some choices about it going forward. Grade your AC’s performance this summer Do you give your air conditioner a solid “A” for the season? That means it kept your home comfortable whenever it turned on, it turned on at the right times, and the utility bills were the same as always. Or was it more like a “C” this semester, with some repair issues and a few too many hot spots in the house? Think about the grade, and ways to improve it if necessary: this can mean scheduling repairs, asking questions during maintenance, or even replacing the system. How old is the air conditioner? Make sure you know how long your AC has been at work in the house—especially if it was already there when you moved in. If your air conditioner is more than 15 years old, it’s probably due for a replacement. If it’s at this age, and you gave it anything less than a “B+” for the season, consider having it replaced when the weather cools down. Are you interested in new AC technology? With special high-efficiency air conditioning systems currently on the market, you might want to have your older AC retire even if it’s still earning a “B.” You can not only significantly reduce your utility bills with a high-efficiency variable-speed HVAC system, but you’ll have superior comfort as well. Talk to our specialists about some of the options available when it comes to air conditioning replacement. Call the Doctor of Home Comfort today: Hall’s Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration serves Minden and Shreveport, LA.


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