There’s more to air quality than just heating and cooling. The professionals at The Entech Group Inc, a leading company for heating and cooling in New Jersey, can help you evaluate options to help improve the health and comfort of your home. Contact Entech to learn more about:
According to the American Lung Association, indoor air pollution poses a threat to respiratory health and everyone should consider doing what they can to improve the quality of indoor air. Air Cleaners zap mold spores and certain live, airborne bacteria to prevent them from being re-circulated into your home’s air. An electronic air cleaner, similar to those used in hospitals, laboratories and commercial kitchens, is easy to add to your existing heating and cooling system. By killing the airborne bacteria passing through your HVAC system, the quality of air that your family breathes will be greatly improved.
Air in your home that is too dry can be uncomfortable for everyone. You and your family may develop dry noses, throats, skin, and other health problems that accompany those discomforts. Another result of dry air is the annoying shocks of static electricity you receive whenever you unsuspectingly touch something or someone. Your house is not immune either. Wallpaper can peel, paint can crack, and wood cabinets can shrink.
Fortunately, you can battle against these dry air effects by installing a whole house humidifier directly onto your HVAC system. Unlike a portable humidifier, the whole house version monitors the relative humidity in your home and produces exactly the right levels of moisture to be distributed through your ducts and vents. An extra advantage of a whole house humidifier is that the filter only needs replacement about once a year.
Entech professionals understand how the right humidity level in your home can increase comfort and decrease heating and cooling bills. They are specially trained to:
The efficiency of your heating and cooling system is affected by the thermostat controlling them. Overall, a thermostat can improve your energy efficiency by providing a great return on a small investment. There are two basic types of thermostats: electromechanical and digital.
Electromechanical thermostats are the traditional models that utilize metal coils and a mercury tube inside to signal the HVAC unit to turn on or off. Digital thermostats are newer and utilize electric temperature sensors and microprocessors to control the HVAC unit. In addition, many are programmable, so you can set times for your system to run or shut down based on your needs.
Call Entech today at 800-571-8661 to get your system working for you, your wallet, and your environment.