There are many things that can affect Indoor air quality. You may already know about some of them, such as humidity levels and incorrect HVAC settings. In this blog, air cooling and heating contractor Cal Air shares a look at a lesser-known component that also affects indoor air quality: leaky ducts.
The weeks that see the transition of summer to fall are the best time to get chores done in preparation for the winter season. Doing them too early makes things uncomfortably hot, while putting them off too long often spells trouble when winter sets in. In this blog, Cal Air Cooling and Heating shares the chores you shouldn’t ignore this season.
Cal Air Cooling and Heating is one of the top HVAC contractors in the local area. We’re known for providing the best indoor comfort solutions, and we have a reputation for doing the job right the first time. We’ve been serving homeowners since 1979. In today’s article, we’ll discuss some common fall HVAC mistakes and why you should avoid them. ——————————————– CONTINUE READING ——————————————– Forgetting to Replace Your Air Filter It’s quite easy to forget about changing your air filter because it remains out of sight most of the time. However, it’s important to remember to replace it monthly. The air filter removes debris and particles from the air that’s flowing through your house. As time passes. your air filter becomes dirtier and less effective, making your HVAC system less efficient, so make it a point […]
Many offices tend to crank up their air conditioning systems in the middle of summer, to the point where certain spots become freezing cold and uncomfortable. In this blog, commercial air conditioning contractor Cal Air shares the reasons why offices tend to be so cold in the summer.
Water evaporates once it has absorbed enough heat. This heat absorption is the key principle behind why you feel cooler as your sweat evaporates, and why you feel cold after swimming. It’s also the same principle behind evaporative air coolers. This type of air cooling traces its roots back to ancient Egypt and the early Egyptians who noticed that as air moves over water, it gets much cooler.