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Great Reasons to Change HVAC Air Filters on the Regular

Few routine household chores have as large a payoff as changing your HVAC system’s air filters. Forced-air HVAC systems use air filters to trap particles before they enter the air handler to keep interior components clean. A clean system delivers the most efficiency and uses the least amount of energy. Clean air filters can help prevent all of the following problems: Slow airflow. Once a filter is covered with dust, not as much air can flow through it. It’ll take the system a longer time to … Continue reading

5 Spring Maintenance Tips for Your Overland Park Home

5 Spring Maintenance Tips for Your Overland Park Home

Prioritizing the projects around your home as temperatures warm up can help you avoid costly repairs down the road. These spring maintenance tips address issues that can affect the structural integrity of your home and increase the lifetime of major home appliances. Inspect the roof. Strong spring winds can rip away shingles, especially if you have areas that are already loose. Preventing serious damage can keep your attic dry during heavy rainstorms and reduce the risk of moisture damage to your home’s structure, walls and attic insulation. … Continue reading

Common Triggers of Indoor Allergies

Common Triggers of Indoor Allergies

The most common trigger of indoor allergies include particles that originate both inside and outside of your home. Because indoor air tends to concentrate when your home is closed up, controlling them with entrapment and reduction can bring relief to sensitive family members. In our region, the most common indoor allergy triggers include: Mold. Mold thrives in our climate, especially in basements, kitchens and bathrooms. Dust mite waste. Dust mites produce waste, which is a common allergen found in most homes, particularly those with carpeting. … Continue reading

Use a Dehumidifier to Prevent Humidity Damage in Your Kansas Home

Use a Dehumidifier to Prevent Humidity Damage in Your Kansas Home

Decreasing the humidity level in your home with a central dehumidifier can not only increase your comfort, but it can also help prevent future moisture problems. It’s simpler and less costly to reduce indoor humidity now than to deal with the consequences later down the road. Here are just a few areas in your home that can suffer from excess humidity: Floors. Mildew, a form of mold that can grow in fibers, can thrive in carpets and padding. Besides musty odor, mildew can eventually disintegrate … Continue reading

Basic HVAC Terms All Homeowners Should Be Familiar With

Basic HVAC Terms All Homeowners Should Be Familiar With

It can be pretty frustrating to look at the invoice your HVAC contractor hands you and not understand what you’re reading. What’s more, you may not know what actions need to be taken to keep your system working as efficiently and effectively as possible. To take a proactive role in the care of one of your home’s most important investments and to communicate better with your contractor, it’s best to learn some basic HVAC terms. Basic HVAC Terms Airflow: In terms of … Continue reading

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