Dry air during winter months is a leading cause for many discomforts, illnesses, and health conditions such as dry or irritated skin, eyes, throat and nose, common colds, the flu, and more. Using an in-home humidifier helps to curb these health issues by emitting water vapor or steam which improves the indoor air quality of your home.
According to the EPA, indoor air quality directly impacts health and comfort level of the occupants in a building, and can greatly affect your health from short amounts of exposure. Learn more.
Finding the perfect temperature for your home can be difficult. Every home has different factors that go into affecting the indoor temperature. Finding your ideal house temperature can save you money and energy. Depending on where you live, the seasons are going to affect the internal temperature of your home. If you live in a place with extremely different seasons, your home will have different needs.
When installing a new air conditioner, it can be difficult to find the right one for you. Depending on your situation, certain models are more energy efficient, saving you money on your energy bills in the long run. Buying the wrong type of air conditioner can affect the air quality in your home.
As the weather starts to heat up, you're bound to use your air conditioner more often. Whether you have a window air conditioner or central air conditioning system, check-ups are important. You'll want to have a service technician perform routine maintenance to ensure your air conditioner is operating at maximum capacity.
American Standard® Heating and Air Conditioning offers a wide variety of energy-efficient HVAC systems to manage the energy consumption in your home and help reduce energy bills.