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Common Cold Weather HVAC Service Call Needs

During any season of the year, heating and air needs within the home are something of a give-and-take between homeowners and HVAC professionals. There are certain basic HVAC issues, such as a filter change, that can and should be performed by homeowners – but there are also other potential issues, such as duct issues, furnace […]

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Furnace Red Flags: Short Cycling, Air Quality and More

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics on common indicators that your home’s furnace is experiencing problems. While there are a few such problems that might take place during the upcoming winter season, luckily nearly all of them can be fairly easily detected by homeowners with a […]

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Red Flags Indicating Home Furnace Issues, Part 1

As we move through the fall and quickly approach the colder Utah winter, homeowners around the state are paying a little more attention to their furnaces. In charge of providing heat throughout the winter, your furnace is one of the most important single HVAC components in your home. At Airtime Heating & Cooling, we’re happy […]

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Why Duct Tape Isn’t Actually for HVAC Air Ducts

There are a few items out there that are extremely curiously named, and one great example within the home improvement area is duct tape. While this sort of tape is highly useful and should be kept around by all homeowners, it isn’t actually meant for use within HVAC air ducts – and can cause significant […]

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Common AC Misconceptions Addressed, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the unfortunate myths out there surrounding air conditioners. There are sadly a number of such misconceptions out there, largely born of misinformation that’s spread around over the years in an area that’s commonly discussed, including by non-experts At Airtime Heating & Cooling, we’re […]

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Common AC Misconceptions Addressed, Part 1

It’s the dead of the Utah summer, and home and building owners throughout the state require quality cooling solutions this time of year. There are several themes homeowners can pursue when it comes to ensuring air conditioner and HVAC quality during the summer, but also a number of myths out there regarding some of these […]

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Remedying Common Causes of Home Dust Accumulation

Have you begun to notice your home is increasingly dusty in recent days, weeks or months? Not only might this be an annoyance and a frustration, it may also speak to a greater quantity of contaminants and other hazards in your air that need to be removed. At Airtime Heating & Cooling, we’re here to […]

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Limiting Spring Air Conditioner Allergy Risks

Homeowners across Utah have moved firmly into air conditioner season, and for those who suffer from seasonal allergies, this spring transition period is often the toughest of the year. Spring allergies are known to be the most significant out there for many people, and there are certain situations where they may be exacerbated by an […]

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Why Spring is Often Ideal for Heater Replacement

We’re firmly finished with winter and onto the warmer parts of the year in Utah, and some homeowners assume they can simply stop thinking about their furnace or heater until fall comes. And while heating is indeed less of a concern during the spring and summer, did you know that spring is often an ideal […]

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Dry Air Impact on Home, Health and HVAC System

As anyone who has lived here for a significant period is well aware, the state of Utah is known for its desert qualities, namely dry air. Humidity levels are generally fairly low in Utah, and this can have an impact on everything from your home’s air quality to the impact dry air has on your […]

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