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If pollen is giving you a headache both literally and figuratively, you’ve got to take action. Here are some tips from Excel Heating and Cooling to help keep your allergies at bay, no matter how much you’ve been sneezing lately.
It’s been a hot summer here in the Shenandoah Valley, and if you’re like most homeowners, you’ve been spending quite a bit of time basking in the cool air provided by your air conditioner. Some may notice, however, that their air conditioners have been running overtime, in which case staying cool may not be very easy at all. It helps to take a closer look at your AC if it isn’t working the way it should be.
With summer here, homeowners living in and around the central Shenandoah River Valley are doing their best to stay cool while the hot sun bears down. For some, this means a fair amount of extra wear and tear on their air conditioning systems, especially in older homes that aren’t well-insulated.
With the heat of summer already here in Harrisonburg and the Shenandoah Valley, there’s a good chance your AC has already been running full throttle. The workload is only going to continue to rise as the summer progresses, which has many people concerned about what their electricity bills will end up looking like. While there’s no getting around the fact that keeping your home cool is an essential part of summer comfort, it doesn’t have to cost you a fortune to do so.
Homeowners in Harrisonburg, VA and throughout the Shenandoah Valley are gearing up to enjoy the summer months that will be here before you know it. While some are plotting out ways in which to get outside and take advantage of the warm, sunny weather, others are crossing their fingers and hoping that their cooling systems will be able to keep up.
Spring is in full-swing, which has plenty of homeowners in the Harrisonburg, VA area focusing on getting ready for the summer months. While this often includes cleaning up around the house, now is also a perfect time to start thinking about the quality of the air you’re breathing. Indoor air quality is something that often goes overlooked, yet the impact it can have on the health and safety of you and your family is real.
Spring is here. That means the blooming flowers and trees will soon follow. While it’s exciting to come out of hibernation and finally see some color outside, if you suffer from allergies, spring can be more of a pain than a pleasure.
If you experience allergy symptoms in the spring, it’s likely that they’re caused by pollen and other outdoor allergens. However, your home can be contributing to problems breathing, itchy eyes, and general irritation and discomfort.
As a homeowner, spring can usually bring you a sigh of relief. The cold weather is on its way out taking the snow with it. You won’t have to keep the heat on around-the-clock and may even start to crack a window or two.
Besides starting on the spring cleaning, garden preparations and grilling fantasies, what else should you be doing to make sure your home is ready for spring?
Throughout the entire year, you pay special attention to anything in your home that might be out of place or not working properly. Unfortunately, there are some things that are more difficult to notice than others.
A leaking furnace is one such problem since you’re probably not spending too much time around it. However, if you do happen to notice liquid around your furnace, it’s time to get it checked out since there are several potential causes.
During the winter when you just want to stay comfortable and warm, your home’s heat can actually be constantly escaping. Not only does this result in discomfort, but it can also be costing you significantly more each month on your utility bills.