A typical residential HVAC system has a network of ducts that distribute warm or cool air to rooms that need it. Temperature control is centered on a single thermostat, which means all rooms — both used and unused — are maintained at the same temperature. By contrast, if your household requires custom HVAC settings, a zoned system allows you to achieve varying levels of comfort while saving on monthly energy bills.
As you prepare for the summer heat, you’ll be relying more on your HVAC system to keep your home cool and comfortable. If you’re considering a full replacement, it helps to research different makes and models to learn about the best deals and offers. You should also consider the contractor who’ll install your new system, as well as the warranties that come with it. You’ll find many different types of warranties as you research different products.
With summer just around the corner, you’re probably starting to feel the rising outdoor temperatures. This time of year when you can also expect humidity levels to increase and creep into your home. If not properly managed, excess humidity can affect indoor air quality and comfort. This is what makes your home feel stuffy and warm.
It’s not uncommon for an air conditioner to develop problems; it comes with being a home system that’s used consistently, day in and out. In today’s post, local HVAC company Schmitt Heating & Air Conditioning shares the most common culprits behind an air conditioner that’s not blowing cool air.
If you’re using a gas or oil-burning furnace for heating, you can consider electrification as a way to help reduce your home’s carbon emissions. In today’s post, local HVAC repair company Schmitt Heating & Air Conditioning takes a look at electrification and how it relates to your HVAC system.
Spring is finally here in San Francisco, so you can expect blue skies and warm, sunny weather. But for many homeowners, it’s also time for spring cleaning. You might even have a few things planned for your home! But don’t forget to include your HVAC system on your checklist if you want to improve your home’s IAQ, or indoor air quality. If you’re not sure where to start, our air conditioning technicians at Schmitt have shared a few tips to keep in mind below:
Regular cleaning and maintenance will help your HVAC system reach the end of its expected lifespan. While you may do most of the cleaning yourself, some components should only be cleaned by a licensed professional, including your evaporator. To help you understand why, here our HVAC repair team at Schmitt Heating & Air Conditioning shares what you need to know:
As the spring season begins, you should get started on your annual home maintenance tasks, beginning with your HVAC system. In today’s post, trusted local HVAC company Schmitt Heating & Air Conditioning shares tips on how to prepare your HVAC system for this season.
To get the best HVAC system for your commercial property, you have to consider several factors. This will help ensure long-term reliability and cost-to-performance ratios. The HVAC SEER rating is one key factor, and in today’s post, air conditioning and heating repair company Schmitt Heating & Air Conditioning discusses its importance.