The HVAC units inside and outside your home work together to keep your living spaces at an optimal temperature. If your outdoor unit fails, however, you’ll want to replace both HVAC units at the same time, even if the indoor system is still working. This might seem unnecessary–not to mention even more expensive–but doing it like this is actually the best way to go. Jon Wayne Company, your premier HVAC installation… Continue Reading
As a commercial property owner or facilities manager, it’s important that you hire a quality contractor who can regularly inspect your HVAC system. However, there are so many of them in the local area, it might be hard for you to choose which of the offered maintenance plans will best suit your situation. To evaluate such proposals, you need to have a checklist. Jon Wayne Company, a leading commercial air… Continue Reading
There are two types of home humidifiers: bypass and fan-powered. Installed as “whole home” humidifier systems, both make a big difference in the air quality of homes. They’re responsible for filtering humidified air in every room to make them feel more comfortable. Humidifiers also play an important role in helping alleviate the symptoms of a variety of different health conditions, particularly those that affect the respiratory system. … Continue Reading
In the United States today, about 87 percent of homes have air conditioning equipment. In fact, the U.S. uses more air conditioning than all other nations combined. Surprisingly enough, it’s more common to have an AC unit in the household than a garage, dining room or even a dishwasher.
Ductless air conditioning units provide targeted cooling when conventional central HVAC systems are either too impractical or too costly. This option continues to gain popularity in the U.S. as more consumers and businesses look for cost-effective alternatives to ducted systems.