HVAC systems – All in One Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
Thermal control and indoor air quality in our homes are important factors for each and every one of us. The three functions provided by the “all-in-one” hvac system installed in our home are interrelated and work together to provide us the comfort we need. Each system installation is designed based on the size of the building and on how the space will be used. Thus, our homes may be served by one or two units, sometimes more; and one or all of them stop working, the comfort of our home is in jeopardy.
It is time to call the HVAC technician. HVAC systems are costly and it is important that the work done to service, repair or install them is done by a licensed contractor that knows how they work. Licensed contractors are required by the Nevada Contractors Board to keep their Workman’s Compensation insurance active at all times, so you, as a homeowner, will not be held liable if any of the workers gets injured on your property. Also, entering into a contract with an unlicensed contractor is considered null and void by law and you will not be eligible for the Residential Recovery Fund.
Indoor Air Quality
The indoor air quality has become more important than ever, given the risks it may subject you to and the disease it may cause, from asthma to lung diseases. We therefore encourage you to consider meeting one of our specialists in order to clean the office or your room’s air so that you can enjoy the everyday fresh air without being exposed to all these risks. Since the indoor air may be more polluted than the outside air, we recommend that you call an indoor air specialist to clean your room or office once in a while.
Among the main factors that may harm the indoor air quality are: pet hair and dander, mold, pollen, viruses, dead skin cells, decaying organic matter, dust mites / dust mite feces, textile fibers, bacteria, V.O.C.s from chemicals and household products.