3 Ways to Maximize Your Furnace Efficiency

Your furnace is an essential part of the comfort of your home. While the coziness of your place is important, it comes at a cost. If you improve the efficiency of your furnace, it should reduce your bills and improve its function. There’s no reason to pay more for your heating needs than you must. If your furnace is not working as it once did or it’s not putting out enough heat, these three things can help improve your furnace efficiency. 1. Clean or Change the Air Filters One of the biggest reasons why a

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The Dangers of Not Getting Your AC Fixed

With summertime nearly in full swing, there are probably very few days you haven’t turned on the air conditioner at least once. It keeps that pesky humidity away so everyone in the house is nice and cool. What more can you ask for? A working air conditioner, for one. Everything was going fine until yours just broke out of nowhere. Money might be a little tight right now, so you think you can ignore the issue. You use oscillating fans around the house during the day to keep things cool. It’s not great, but it will do

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What does it Mean to be NATE Certified?

At Integrity Heating & Cooling, we are dedicated to offering businesses and homeowners throughout the greater Charlotte area with the best services from qualified and experienced technicians. When hiring our technicians, our goal is to pick true experts who can handle all our clients’ HVAC needs. For this reason, we only hire NATE-certified technicians to offer heating repair, air conditioning services as well as commercial HVAC solutions. But what does it mean for a technician to be NATE-certified? Read on to know more about NATE certification. What is NATE? North American

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How Do Professional Ultra Violet Lights Make Indoor Air Quality Better?

Germs and bacteria lurk in every home. These hidden attackers spread to every room when the HVAC system is switched on. The combination of these organisms with dust and other particulates in the air compromises the quality of indoor air. Poor indoor air quality can lead to serious health issues in your home. For instance, you may start to notice allergy attacks among the members of your household. Fortunately, you can combat the microorganisms that contribute to the deterioration of indoor air quality using ultraviolet (UV) lights. Have your indoor air quality inspected by an HVAC

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