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August 27th, 2020

Pregnancy is always a time for joy and expectation for expecting parents. A primary rule of pregnancy for expectant mothers is to remain healthy, not only for them but also for the baby. Expectant mothers should be wary of the quality of the air they breathe. Since they spend most of their time indoors, expectant mothers should be aware of the invisible threats present in the air.

Studies conducted have shown that breathing polluted air can adversely affect expectant mothers and their...

August 14th, 2020

One of the key components of your heating and cooling system is something you may not think about too often - the filter. However, HVAC filters perform essential functions, from keeping dirt and debris out of your ductwork and comfort equipment to boosting your indoor air quality. When it comes to filters for different heating and cooling systems, there are several types that can be used. Here's what you need to know about some of the more common HVAC filter options.

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July 23rd, 2020

HVAC systems can be quite expensive to install, making it necessary to carry out constant servicing routines. Keeping your HVAC system in good condition has its benefits, such as lowering utility bills, a healthier air output, longer life of the system, better efficiency, and fewer costs on repairs.

Despite these advantages of servicing HVAC systems, many people still hold myths on whether they need to repair their systems. Below are five of the main myths that you may hear around,...

July 10th, 2020

COVID-19 has taken the nation by storm. Apart from following the recommended government guidelines, we're all striving for more ways to protect our family from the virus. Air purifiers have been a hot topic of debate when it comes to their usefulness for preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Understanding How Air Purifiers Work

Air purifiers work to filter the air that is inside of your home. They can be installed as part of your traditional HVAC system or as independent units in rooms...

June 17th, 2020

What if we told you that you could invest in a relatively small amount of money to save more money, have quality indoor air in your home, kick health hazards out, and improve your home’s comfort? You also get to boost your general peace of mind. You are probably wondering what this could be. This is a quick summary of the benefits you stand to win from regular HVAC maintenance. Why do HVAC professionals insist on the importance of scheduling routine HVAC maintenance? Let’s find out.

June 4th, 2020

Nothing is as frustrating as entering your house and finding your air conditioner does nothing but blow hot air. You’ve come to count on your AC system, and now it has suddenly failed you when you needed it most. When this happens, you will be determined to get your unit back up and running as quickly as possible. Ultimately, you will probably need to call in an HVAC professional, but, before you do so, there are a few tips you can try yourself.

The Thermostat

Check the thermostat on...

May 26th, 2020

Air conditioning is amongst the few creature comforts most homeowners will not go without. They are often necessary to help residents get through the hot and humid summers. In individuals with certain health issues, an air conditioner might be a necessity.

That said, installing or upgrading air conditioning in an older home can present challenges. Take a look at the following short piece discussing considerations owners of older homes must consider prior to choosing an air...

May 8th, 2020

With the hot summer months comes high humidity levels. This excess moisture in your home can make your body feel overly hot. This is because the body's natural response to heat is sweating to cool the body down. When it's humid outside, homeowners turn to their air conditioning system to keep their homes cool. But is an air conditioner enough to remove humidity?

How Your Air Conditioner is Keeping You Cool

You may be wondering if your air conditioner is an effective way to remedy high...

April 16th, 2020

You would assume excess dust is something you have to put up with just to enjoy the finished results of your remodeling efforts. But as HVAC professionals, we can tell you that the type of dust that tends to be generated during a remodeling project can damage various parts of your heating and cooling system and get into ducts and contribute to other issues if you're not careful. On the plus side, there are some steps – five of which are discussed below – you can take to protect your HVAC...

April 14th, 2020

In these uncertain times we wanted reach out and let you know we are following all the necessary steps to keep our employees and customers safe and healthy. We understand HVAC is crucial for day to day living, therefore Ardmore Fresh Air will remain open for business as usual but will adhere to the following protocols:

Shaking hands with customers has been temporarily halted Additional sanitizer has been added to each technician's fleet vehicle and utilized throughout the day Vehicles...