FIlters are the first line of defense in your HVAC system. They prevent particles from not only entering your ductwork and the rooms of your home, but also from compiling on your coils. This will result in a healthier HVAC system and lifestyle at home.
The thermostat is the nerve center of your heating and air conditioner. When it’s not functioning properly, it can cost you not only comfort, but money on your utility bills. By upgrading to an energy efficient thermostat from Great Lakes, you’ll be investing in a healthier HVAC system, meaning it will remain cleaner.
Air that is too dry or humid can be detrimental to your health and the efficient operation of your system. That’s why it’s important to make sure you’re striking the right balance, keeping your air dry enough to deter biological growth but humid enough to keep contaminants airborne.