September 12th, 2022
If you’re worried about the quality of air in your house, you’re not alone. Today’s homeowners have much greater concerns about unhealthy pollutants, microbes, and germs floating around the air they breathe. And many have good reasons to.
The reason that so many homes today have worse air quality than before is because construction builds houses “tighter” so the buildings are more energy efficient: it’s harder to lose heat in winter or gain it in summer. But this tight seal on the house also traps indoor air and the contaminants inside it—and there are more sources of indoor pollutants in households than ever before. Your home’s air can contain a mixture of chemicals and volatile organic compounds along with ordinary dust, lint, dander, and pollen.
It’s with these smaller particles that an air purifier can really make a difference for your home!
August 15th, 2022
Duct cleaning services sometimes get a bad reputation, but this is because there are many disreputable people out there who try to sell subpar duct cleaning that doesn’t do much more than dust the vent covers and vacuum a foot or so inside the ducts themselves. But genuine duct cleaning from licensed HVAC professionals can make a major difference in air conditioning, heating, and indoor air quality for a house.
So, does your home need duct cleaning?
August 1st, 2022
Because it’s easy to forget about the ducts in the walls and attic of your house—after all, you can’t see them easily—you probably don’t think much about scheduling service to test them and find out if they need sealing or repair. However, professional duct testing is a task that benefits most homes. If air ducts have leaks, it will cost a house in comfort, energy bills, and damage to HVAC equipment. It all adds up to big expenses and a loss of basic comfort, whether in summer or winter.
We’re going to help you understand the best times to call us to arrange for duct testing in Malvern, PA.
July 18th, 2022
How big an air conditioner do you need for your home?
You may find this a strange question. Obviously, you want an air conditioner that will fit where it’s supposed to go. But the “size” of an air conditioner isn’t about the amount of space it takes up. It’s the amount of cooling it can put out.
Finding the right system for your AC installation in West Chester, PA is more complicated than just picking a system you think is powerful enough to keep your house cool. A home needs a specific size air conditioner, one that’s neither too small or too large. Yes, too large is a problem, and far too many amateurs make the mistake of putting in an air conditioner that’s too powerful for the home it’s supposed to keep comfortable.
June 20th, 2022
The overcharge we’re talking about here has nothing to do with the initial price of an air conditioner. An AC system is overcharged if it has too much refrigerant in it. The amount of refrigerant in an air conditioner is known as the system’s charge, and each AC model is designed to use a precise charge. Either too little (undercharged) or too much (overcharged) is bad news for the AC. It leads to malfunctions, poor performance, and an eventual system breakdown.
As you get into your summer preparation in West Chester, PA, we want to address the danger of the overcharged AC. Unfortunately, unscrupulous people posing as HVAC experts often advise homeowners they need to “refill” or “top off”their AC’s refrigerant before summer. This is 100% false! We’ll go into the overcharged AC problem more below.
June 6th, 2022
You want an effective and efficient air conditioner in your home. As temperatures have already begun to increase, that fact is becoming more apparent by the day. So if you don’t have ductwork in your home, however, it may seem like you don’t have a good option other than a window AC system.
We are happy to say that new technology has given you some other options. If you haven’t heard about the perks that can come with installing a ductless system in Malvern, PA, then we’d love to give you some information that you may want to know.
May 23rd, 2022
How much do you know about your home’s air conditioning system? It’s okay if you answer, “Not much.” Most people know only the basics about how ACs operate. It’s why you have professionals like us to help whenever you need a new central AC installed, repaired, or any other air conditioning service in Phoenixville, PA.
But a bit of knowledge can go a long way in helping homeowners like you get the most from their air conditioning. To help, we’ll go over several misunderstandings you may have about your AC and give you the lowdown. Call us if you have more questions or if you need to schedule service.
May 9th, 2022
This is a question homeowners often ask us when they’re looking to improve the air quality in their homes. The answer depends on the house. It helps to explain the different jobs of air filters and air purifiers and how they can work together, which we’ll do in this post.
Air filtration and air purification isn’t an either/or proposition. Many homes use both, and the successful rate of particle capture and elimination depends on how well-selected and installed these devices are. It takes professionals to perform these jobs correctly, so when you’re interested in an air filter or air purifier in Berwyn, PA, call the Michall Daimion Heating & Air Conditioning team for the best assistance.
April 25th, 2022
We’re now experiencing true air conditioning weather here in the New Orleans area. We hope you already had your AC system’s annual tune-up with our team. If not, it’s not too late to get it done! This is the best way to fend off AC repairs and energy efficiency troubles during the summer, plus it extends the life of your cooling system.
But we know that nothing can prevent every malfunction in an AC system. If you’ve turned on your air conditioner and already noticed something amiss, please call us for AC repair in Berwyn, PA. With one exception we’ll talk about below, these problems will not simply go away or magically correct themselves. Proper action and professional repairs will stop the troubles from worsening and trapping you with a non-working AC.
March 28th, 2022
Spring is a beautiful time of year. As the snow melts, you can almost
feel the cloud of winter lifting. But with greener parks and fuller trees come
seasonal allergies. Irritants in the air don’t just make it hard to enjoy a
walk outside, they can follow you indoors too.
Luckily, there are ways to safeguard your home’s indoor air quality this coming spring.