Carrier Heating & Cooling
15 Dec 2017
Your packaged HVAC system may seem like something you shouldn’t touch. But, to a certain extent, you can take care of it without a license. Discover how to care for your packaged HVAC system to build a more efficient and comfortable Corpus Christi, Texas, home.
As a Rockport, Texas, business owner, it’s your responsibility to ensure your commercial HVAC system is taken care of throughout the year. Commercial HVAC systems are more demanding than residential units. With winter approaching, keep these cold-season HVAC tips in mind.
If you’re a homeowner in Corpus Christi, Texas, wondering whether a heat pump or a furnace is better, don’t worry. Since Texas winters are relatively mild, residents don’t require the same heating power as our northern neighbors. We can get along just fine with a heat pump.
Keeping your Corpus Christi, Texas, home free of allergens and irritants is challenging. One way you can keep your home healthier is by having an ultraviolet light installed in your HVAC system.
27 Sep 2017
Even if the weather hasn’t started to change, it’s never too early to start preparing your Corpus Christi, Texas, home for winter. It’s better to start these easy chores when the weather is still nice outside before the cold weather strikes.
Most people don’t realize how easy it is to improve plumbing efficiency in their Corpus-Christi, Texas, home. With small improvements and other investments, you can make your home greener and save money on your monthly water bills every month.
25 Aug 2017
Your indoor environment is clean, your HVAC system is routinely maintained, and you use a good air filter. So, why are your allergies still acting up when you’re inside? Your Mathis, Texas, home may still have allergens floating around thanks to your houseplants. If you have a pollen allergy, take a hard look at the greenery you choose to keep indoors.
21 Jul 2017
When the HVAC system in your Alice, Texas, home runs, it pulls air from the rooms and moves it into the heating or cooling chamberr. Then it pushes the air back through the vents. As the air moves through the system, it often contains dirt, dust, and other contaminants that get trapped in the ducts. A buildup of debris within the ducts can decrease efficiency, leading to energy waste and higher bills, along with poor indoor air quality.