Air cleaners

Air Cleaners

HVAC air cleaners are essential in maintaining indoor air quality by removing contaminants and pollutants from the air circulating through the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. They can capture and filter out dust, pollen, pet dander, cooking smoke, and other airborne particles, they can cause respiratory issues. Additionally, air cleaners can enhance the efficiency and lifespan of the HVAC system by minimizing the buildup of dust and debris. There are several types of air-cleaning devices including mechanical and electronic and each with its own benefits and features. Want to learn more? Our team will help better understand the existing types, their performance specifications, and additional factors to consider such as costs, installation, noise, and odors.

Humidifiers

Humidifiers

Dry indoor air can lead to discomfort and contribute to respiratory issues and allergy symptoms. Humidifiers are a type of air treatment device that can regulate humidity levels, making the indoor air cleaner and fresher and thus improving the comfort level of your living space. There are several models of humidifiers available, including cool mist, warm mist, ultrasonic, and evaporative models, each with its own features and settings.

Factors such as humidity levels and weather conditions in your area, budget, and others can help make an informed decision. Our team can offer you expert advice and answer any questions to help you choose the right solution.


Ventilators

Ventilators

A lack of proper ventilation can result in poor indoor quality caused by accumulated pollutants such as mold, bacteria, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Proper ventilation is critical in preventing the build-up of these harmful contaminants. Ventilators are air treatment devices that can help regulate air flow, control moisture level, and energy recovery. There are different types of ventilators available, including Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRCs), Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERVs), each with its own features and benefits.

If you have any questions or want to learn more, we will walk you through all of your options and assist you in making the best decision for your home and budget.


Thermostats

Thermostats

Thermostats also play an important role in improving air quality in your home. Smart thermostats connect your home’s HVAC system and help regulate temperature and humidity levels, which can reduce the growth of mold and mildew. Some smart thermostats can also monitor air quality and alert you when it's time to change your air filters or schedule HVAC maintenance. There are several types of thermostats on the market, including manual, programmable, and smart thermostats, each with its own advantages. Before installing a thermostat, it is critical to carefully consider all available options. At Go Energy Clean, we'll assist you in finding the product that aligns with your goals, needs, and budget.

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The term HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. This term is commonly used to refer to a complete heating and cooling system that includes ductwork, air filters, humidification controls, and registers. With HVAC systems, you can control the temperature, humidity, and air quality in your home, ensuring your comfort and health throughout the year.


There's no one-size-fits-all rule for sizing an HVAC system for a home. The only way to ensure you get the right size is to have a licensed professional evaluate your home's individual needs.

To improve the efficiency of your HVAC system, it is recommended to frequently clean or replace the filters. Keeping the blower on helps to maintain constant airflow and even temperature distribution. Installing window treatments like drapes, shutters, blinds, or screens on south-facing or sun-exposed windows can also help to regulate the temperature.

Indoor air can become dry when outdoor air enters a home and gets heated, resulting in increased static electricity and potential sinus problems. Installing a humidifier can help alleviate these issues by adding moisture back into the air, maintaining a comfortable humidity level of 35-45%, and reducing the chances of sinus problems.

The age of your AC is a key factor when deciding to repair or replace it. A technician can advise you on repair costs versus a new system. Consider energy efficiency and the cost of major repairs, such as refrigerant leaks or a faulty compressor, before making a decision.

Regularly changing filters is the most important maintenance for your AC. Keep outdoor units free of clutter and pets, as pet urine can cause damage. Avoid using weed trimmers near the unit to prevent damage to the wiring. For other maintenance, it is recommended to reach out to qualified professionals for assistance.

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