Heat Pump Replacement: Size Really Matters When It Comes to Efficiency

By | September 17th, 2013|dehumidification, Heat Pumps|

If heat pump replacement is on your to-do list this season, sizing the new system properly to meet your heating and cooling needs is essential when it comes to efficiency and home comfort. In northwest Arkansas, our long, hot and sticky summers make accurate HVAC system sizing particularly important to keep heat, humidity and energy costs under control. Lkewise, you’ll want a system that can turn around and provide energy savings and comfort during our chilly winters. For this reason, be sure that you choose an HVAC contractor who will take the time to conduct a detailed assessment of your home’s heating and cooling loads, rather than estimating what you need based on the size of your home or the equipment you will be replacing. […]

A/Cs Dehumidify, But Can They Handle NW Arkansas’ Humid Summers?

By | August 22nd, 2013|Air Conditioning, dehumidification|

It’s no secret that it gets hot and humid in northwestern Arkansas. You can usually count on a well-maintained A/C to dehumidify your home during the day, but it might not be enough to counteract all of the moisture in the air. Air conditioners are not designed to take moisture out of the air as their main function; this is simply a side effect of the cooling process. […]

Determining Your Need For Whole-Home Dehumidification

By | September 4th, 2012|dehumidification|

Humidity in the summer can be a problem in our area, fostering an environment for the growth of mold and bacteria that harms the health of your home, as well as you and your loved ones. Whole-home dehumidification is one of the easiest and most energy-efficient ways to remedy the problem. If you notice condensation on water pipes or your home feels uncomfortably sticky, you have too much indoor humidity. Mold can become a serious problem if it goes undetected, and dust mites, which thrive in high humidity, may aggravate allergies. […]

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