Your HVAC system is an essential part of creating the comfort you want in your home. Regardless of the temperature or weather conditions in the Treasure Valley, you don’t want to take your home’s heating and cooling system for granted. If you’renot getting the comfort and operating efficiency you deserve from your HVAC system, we have some solutions for you. Let’s explore some HVAC system add-ons that can help you reduce your utility bills, ease allergies, control home temperatures, and more.
Homes everywhere are still equipped with old fashioned thermostats that you have to turn on and off manually. For the last several years, Wi-Fi thermostats like Ecobee or the Google Nest are making it much more convenient to turn on the AC. After we install for you, download the app, then enjoy the ease of operating your AC from the comfort of your Lazy Boy chair in the living room. Heck, as long as you have connectivity, you can change the temperature of your home from anywhere in the world! This is a state-of-the-art AC enhancement.
Air Purification as an AC Enhancement
Everyone wants to breathe in nice clean air in their home. The filter you change out every couple of months is keeping the big particles of air from entering the mechanical part of your HVAC system. But it’s not going to be able to get rid of tiny single-cell viruses, multi-cell bacteria, mold, and spores that develop in many homes all around town. Getting an air purification device is the AC enhancement that addresses this. There are different technologies to choose from, but once you narrow it down to the one you want, we know you will be breathing much cleaner air in your home every day. We love the Air Scrubber Plus and the American Standard AccuClean Air Filtration System.
Dehumidifiers remove moisture from the air to help you feel more comfortable during humid summer days. Excess moisture in the air creates favorable conditions for biological growth to form. When the air is persistently damp, your home can develop unpleasant musty odors. If you’ve struggled to keep your home from feeling too humid, a dehumidifier can help.