As experienced HVAC professionals, we at Estes Heating and Air Conditioning pride ourselves on our involvement with key industry associations and organizations. One such organization, that we maintain membership to, is the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA). This premiere trade association is composed of ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration contractors. With over 9,000 nationwide contractors spread over 68 chapters, ACCA includes manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, technical and occupational schools, facility operators, and more. Serving over 60,000 professionals and 4,000 businesses, this non-profit association works to promote professional contracting, energy efficiency, and healthy, comfortable indoor environments.
With over 63 years of experience, Estes Heating and Air Conditioning has a long history of providing high-quality residential and commercial HVAC services to Atlanta and the surrounding communities. Contact us today at (678) 733-9791 to learn more about our full range of heating, air conditioning, plumbing and electrical services.
Poor indoor air quality and insufficient cooling can easily turn a comfortable home into a nightmare. Find out how to keep your home comfy and your energy bills down with these resources below:
- Protect your home from common indoor air pollutants and biological contaminants with this comprehensive brief from the EPA.
- Don’t forget to replace your air conditioner filters every one to three months! Take a look at this air filter buyer’s guide from Home Depot to find out which best suits your needs.
- Did you know that the air inside your home can be two to three times dirtier than the air outside? Get more facts about the importance of indoor air quality from the Carrier website.
- Check out this brief article from Consumer Reports for an overview of what split ductless air conditioning is and how well it works.
- Get the facts about the pros and cons of ductless air ductless air conditioning with this article from OldHouseWeb.com.
To receive a service quote or answers to your questions about energy-efficient heating and cooling, contact Estes Heating and Air Conditioning online or at (678) 733-9791 for more information.
More than 20 million people across the U.S. are estimated to have participated in the first Earth Day !You can be a part of the movement by entering to win a Free Home Energy Assessment from Estes Services – valued at $400! This includes everything from inspection to testing, and most importantly – results. We will be awarding 10 participants with the greater comfort and lower energy costs that come with this quality service.Learn more about what we do with the Home Energy Assessment , and enter to win! Submit your entry by visiting the “Earth Day Giveaway” tab on our Facebook page. Good Luck!
Spring is a rejuvenating time of year when trees and flowers bloom, but it’s also the time when insects come out these same plants release large amounts of pollen into the air. For those with sensitive allergies or who simply dislike dust covering their furniture, this can be a nuisance. Fortunately, these tips can help you can take to improve your home’s ventilation and maintain better indoor air quality:
Use High-Quality Air Filters
Basic air filters are designed to keep dust particles from entering your HVAC system, but high-quality filters can also trap bacteria and allergens as the air is recirculated throughout your home. Depending on your location and rate of usage, it is important to replace your air filters every one to three months in order to prevent long-term damage to sensitive heating and cooling components. In order to mitigate the need for potentially harmful pest control chemicals, consider investing in weather stripping and window screens.
Ventilate Stale Air
Most forced air HVAC systems don’t actively pull in air from the outdoors; they do so through the large vents inside your home with air filters. Periodically opening windows when the weather allows or using a mechanical means of ventilation can get rid of stale indoor air and any lingering pollutants floating around.
Eliminate Pollutant Sources
Controlling the sources of indoor air pollutants is one of the most effective ways to improve air quality. You don’t have to get rid of any pets to mitigate dander, but items such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other biological contaminants can and should be controlled. Air fresheners, mold, and household cleaners are some of the biggest offenders. Follow the link for a list some of the most common indoor air pollutants .
Estes Heating and Air Conditioning has been reliable serving the Atlanta area since 1949, and our service record is evidence of our commitment to superior customer service and efficient HVAC repair and installation services. Call (678) 733-9791 for more details about our services and seasonal HVAC specials .