3.08.2018 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
Maintenance agreements (http://www.wilsonref.com/preventative-maintenance) are fantastic at ensuring an HVAC system works properly for a long time. However, they aren't free, so what exactly makes them special? Continue reading to discover three beneficial components of having a plan in place: 1.Regular Visits A good maintenance plan will include at least two regular visits. One visit should be in the spring, after the heater is off for the season but before the air conditioner will get extensive use. During this visit, the HVAC technician will look for any problems in the furnace and ..
2.22.2018 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
Besides getting the flu vaccine, one way to reduce the chances of getting the flu (or getting better, if you come down with the flu) is to do a few things with your heating and air conditioning (/heating-and-air-conditioning) system and indoor air. While it won’t guarantee immunity from the flu, every little bit helps. #1: Install a Higher MERV Rated Air Filter HVAC air filters receive special minimum efficiency reporting value ratings, or MERV ratings. These tell the consumer how effective the filter is at removing airborne contaminants, with the higher MERV rating resulting in the ab ..
2.08.2018 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
Commercial services help ensure your commercial HVAC system (/commercial-hvac-refrigeration) is not only installed perfectly, but that it gets necessary repair and maintenance services. One key piece of routine maintenance an HVAC system requires is to clean or replace the air filter if it gets dirty. Besides this basic maintenance, there are a few other tips to get the best indoor air quality and the most from your commercial HVAC system. Get the Right Air Filter Air filters used in HVAC systems have ratings based on how small of a particle the filter can remove from the air. The most ..
1.25.2018 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
Heating a home on a budget requires a lot of careful planning, including choosing a high-quality maintenance agreement (http://www.wilsonref.com/preventative-maintenance). However, there are also day-to-day choices that keep a home running smoothly and efficiently. The following heating tips can cut your cost drastically and make your home more comfortable: Using Thick Curtains Curtains don't just add privacy to your home. They can also trap heat in your home and keep the cold out. Try to find curtains with a thermal lining; the thickest curtains you can find are best. This will preve ..
1.11.2018 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
Homeowners looking for a high-quality heating and air conditioning (http://www.wilsonref.com/heating-and-air-conditioning) unit often turn to geothermal systems as a way of increasing their efficiency. In fact, getting a geothermal unit installed in your home can save you an exponential amount of money on your electrical bills. For those who are sick of paying through the roof for utilities, this is a major benefit. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of a geothermal system. (This system also qualifies for federal tax credits. See dealer for details) The Level of Heating and Air ..
12.21.2017 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
You might have heard of preventative maintenance agreements (http://www.wilsonref.com/preventative-maintenance) before, but may not quite understand what they are. They might initially seem like a waste of money, but they're far from it. The following is a list of just a few of the reasons getting a maintenance agreement should be something you do this upcoming new year. More Efficient HVAC Operation A heating and cooling system will have some crucial electronics and moving parts. Over time, these can start to degrade. Assuming the wear and tear doesn't result in an outright failure of ..
12.07.2017 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
By improving your indoor air quality (http://www.wilsonref.com/residential-products/indoor-air-quality) with a humidifier, you can be much more comfortable this winter. A humidifier can also help improve your health, too. Here are some of the ways: Better Skin When air is cold, it can't hold as much moisture. This is why it's so muggy during the summer but not in the winter. For those who hate humidity, this is nice. But for those who suffer from dry skin, the winter season can be extremely uncomfortable. With less moisture in the air, dry skin can become a severe problem. By using a h ..
11.23.2017 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
Eliminate the worries of keeping your office cozy all winter with a maintenance agreement (http://www.wilsonref.com/preventative-maintenance) from your commercial heating and air conditioning provider. Such agreements can save you money and worry because they offer priority service, quick response time, discounts, and lower labor costs. Here are three tips you can use to keep your office comfortable for both employees and customers: 1. Ensure your HVAC system gets a solid inspection before it gets too cold. When your system needs to switch to or from heating and cooling is when yo ..
11.09.2017 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
Whether you are looking to improve the indoor air quality (http://www.wilsonref.com/heating-and-air-conditioning) of your home or business, turning your attention to your HVAC system is the way to go. An efficiently functioning HVAC system equipped with the right options can transform indoor air quality, making it a healthier environment for everyone. This is especially important during fall and winter when people are more likely to spend more time indoors. These five tips will help: 1. Have an HVAC technician do a fall inspection of your system to ensure that it is running optimally ..
10.19.2017 - Wilson's Refrigeration and AC Service
Understanding the factors affect your heating and air conditioning unit will help you to achieve improved energy efficiency (http://www.wilsonref.com/) in your home or business. Most of these factors are well within your power to change to achieve better energy efficiency. The Age of Your HVAC Unit Older heating and air conditioning units do not have the same energy efficiency as newer models. Minimum SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) was not as stringent on HVAC systems built before January 23, 2006. If you have an older unit, your energy bills might reach up to 30% higher than ..