Spring is in the air, though after a long Wichita winter, spring probably isn’t the only thing you’re inhaling. Tighter construction, new and improved building materials and high-efficiency HVAC equipment may keep you more comfortable throughout heating season, but the trade-off is a decreased rate of ventilation and air exchange, which can result in lower…

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Are you suffering from allergies this season in your Wichita-area home?  If so, then it’s important that you take the necessary steps to allergy-proof your household in order to maintain your health and comfort. Here are 10 tips to help you get started:

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Dry air can lead to a host of issues, including discomfort, higher energy costs, health issues, and damage to wood furnishings and other possessions. Dry air is especially problematic during the winter. Since dry air naturally feels colder than humid air, you may set the thermostat higher to compensate for the chill. That leads to…

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Keeping your Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) at a high level is important for your health and comfort. This is especially true if you suffer from breathing conditions such as allergies or asthma.  Proper IAQ can also go a long way in preventing illnesses and protecting your valuable home possessions. Follow these tips for better IAQ…

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Maintaining fresh air in a house is critical to keeping the home’s inhabitants healthy. One way to maintain a steady flow of fresh air into the house is to use either an energy recovery ventilator or a heat recovery ventilator. Homeowners are sometimes unsure of the difference between the two systems. While they are very…

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Winter is upon us here in Kansas, and we can expect cold weather for the next few months. Unfortunately, though your heating system may be doing its job, it’s possible that you are losing a lot of that indoor heat from your furnace through air leaks or other forms of heat loss. There are a…

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Here in Wichita, Kansas, our cold, dry winters and hot, humid summers dictate that we use our HVAC systems for most of the year. Any measure to maximize operational efficiency pays off in two ways: by reducing fuel costs, and by increasing equipment life. The easiest of routine maintenance procedures is probably changing your air filter(s), and…

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The air quality in your Kansas home is important and pollutants, such as dust and dander, can clog up your heating and cooling system. One of the easiest ways to improve the air quality in your home is by paying attention to the type of air filters you use.

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Attention Kansas homeowners: How would you like to save energy and money not only during this heating season but year-round?  Heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are designed to distribute heated or cooled air all through your home. Unfortunately, that air can seep out of areas that are not sealed or insulated properly. An…

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