Maytag - Heating & Cooling Licensed Partner

VIKING HEATING

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PO BOX 25
GOSHEN, OH, 45122 US

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Hints On How To Reduce Air Contaminants In Your Home

Making your home more energy efficient saves money on utility bills, but can turn it into catch all for air contaminants. Potentially harmful elements can’t escape an airtight environment, and become concentrated indoors instead. That’s why we recommend that you “air out” your home about once a week. In the winter, turn off your heating system and open a few windows while you make a run to the grocery store or take a walk around the neighborhood. In the summer, open windows at night and keep them closed during the heat of the day. As Maytag heating and air experts, we can recommend additional products and practices to improve the air quality of your home. Call us for a consultation today.

When You’re Not Home, Should You Turn Off Your Air Conditioner?

A lot of people may think, “Well if I’m cool and I’m done being in the home for a while, I’ll just turn the air conditioner off completely.” That may not be a good idea and here's why: The whole home heats up – the roof, the floors, the walls, all the furniture – and it takes a fair amount of time to cool that back down. Therefore if you’re not going to be at home for a little while, it’s alright to turn up the temperature a couple of degrees in the summertime or down in the wintertime, however we don't suggest you turn the system off entirely. It can warm up your house to the degree that it can’t recover and you’ll be uncomfortable for a good while. To find out more tips like this, give us a call.

Shocking EPA News on Indoor Air Pollution

The EPA estimates that indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air, and it can threaten the health of your entire family. You can start improving the air quality of your home by keeping out things that cause pollution, like cigarette smoke and chemicals. Proper ventilation will also help remove dangerous contaminants from the house. Open your windows regularly, and make sure you have good exhaust fans in your bathroom and kitchen. Finally, consider a whole house air cleaner to remove toxins and improve the overall air quality of your home. Contact us, the Maytag heating and air experts, for more information today.

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