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Pre-Spring AC and HVAC Preparation Checklist

We’re nearing the end of the winter period, and for homeowners throughout Utah, this means it’s almost time for an important transition. The move from winter into the spring and summer seasons means your HVAC system will switch from heating to cooling, and ensuring the entire system is ready for this transition is vital. At […]

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Health and Air Quality Tips for Indoor Candle Burning

As your comprehensive HVAC specialists throughout Utah, one area our team at Airtime Heating & Cooling is always cognizant of when providing services for your home is indoor air quality. Our whole-home air purifier solutions offer the kind of air that improves breathing, skin quality, sleep and numerous other potential actors for home occupants, plus […]

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Locating and Removing Rodents in HVAC Ductwork

No one enjoys the presence of rodents like mice or rats anywhere in their home, and they can be particularly problematic if they invade – and eventually die in – your HVAC system’s ductwork. Often entering this area to attempt to find shelter and warmth, such rodents can lead to not only health issues and […]

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Preparing the Home’s HVAC System for Holiday Guests

With winter upon us, homeowners and families everywhere are preparing for the festive holiday season, or have already kicked it off in some cases. Those who plan to host guests in their home during the holidays, particularly family or friends staying for long periods, have a few important areas to think about, one of which […]

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Limiting Fall and Winter Allergy Risks Through HVAC Services

For those who suffer from allergies, whether seasonal or on a year-round basis, indoor air quality is a vital concern. Allergies can be triggered by a number of different particle types, and homes with poor air quality tend to contain far more risks for exacerbating allergies than those with air quality systems in place. At […]

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Simple Themes for Limiting Major HVAC Costs

Like any other system that operates using mechanical parts, such as a vehicle or a toilet, HVAC systems and their components require maintenance to keep them from breaking down. Such upkeep serves two primary, and related, purposes: Keeping HVAC equipment working properly so occupants of a given structure are comfortable and healthy, and limiting potentially […]

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Why Fall Furnace Tune-Ups Are Vital for Homeowners

September is upon us, and that means many Utahns are beginning to prepare for fall season and, eventually, the upcoming winter. Homeowners have several important areas to consider this time of year, one of which is the furnace that’s likely been sitting unused for the majority, if not all, of the summer. At Airtime Heating […]

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Common Signs of Air Conditioner Refrigerant Leaks

The average air conditioner does quite a bit of work over the course of the hot Utah summer, and by August and the later months of the season, it’s good to check it over to ensure it’s still in good shape. There are a few minor issues you might be looking for, and one of […]

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HVAC-Related Areas for Preventing Dust Mite Invasion

For those with allergies, asthma or any other respiratory condition, air quality is even more of a vital concern than it already should be for the general population. Ensuring proper filtration, air flow and ventilation is important for ensuring air stays fresh and clean, and doesn’t include contaminants or allergens. At Airtime Heating & Cooling, […]

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HVAC-Related Tips for Property Landlords, Part 2

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the approaches and tips we recommend from an HVAC standpoint if you’re a property landlord. It’s important for landlords to maintain HVAC equipment both for tenant comfort and the long-term viability of the structure, and there are a few areas where standard […]

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