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Air Quality Tips: Cooking Vents, Humidity, Carpet Cleaning

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some basic tips on how to maintain high air quality in your home through the proper use and care of your HVAC system. There are several important components to keep an eye on within this realm, especially if anyone in your home suffers from […]

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Lehi Air Quality Tips: Filters, Ducts and Features

When we think about pollution and air contaminants, most think of smokestacks and other outdoor items — but did you realize that air quality issues in your home can be just as bad if you aren’t careful? And because most of us spend so much time indoors, especially in the upcoming cool season, it’s vital […]

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Recognizing and Avoiding Air Conditioner and Furnace Repair Scams

While most HVAC companies in your area are legitimate and reputable, there are some who may attempt scams. These include air conditioner or furnace repair scams, which involve billing you for large sums of money with little or no work being done. At Airtime Heating & Cooling, we're happy to help with a wide range […]

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Variable-Speed AC Unit Basics, Benefits and Worth

If you’re considering upgrading your home’s air conditioner unit in the near future, one of the modern options that will be available to you is known as a variable-speed air conditioner. Allowing for better efficiency and comfort than previous AC models in multiple ways, variable-speed compressors are becoming more and more popular today – should […]

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Bluffdale Humidifier Basics and Turn-Off Recommendations

For those who live in Bluffdale, Utah or other nearby areas, the dryness of this climate is well-known. Utah is primarily a desert, after all, and this means the air tends to be particularly dry – and for some homes, this leads to a need or desire for a humidifier of some type, whether for […]

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Musty AC Smell: Evaporator Coil, Condensate Line, Unit Size

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the common causes of a musty, mildew-y smell emanating from your outdoor AC unit or any of the other HVAC ducts or vents in your home. This odor, which is easy to identify once you’ve smelled it for the first time, could […]

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Herriman Musty AC Smell: Moisture, Mold, Drain Pan

The current spring period is one where many homeowners are starting up their air conditioner units again for the year in Herriman and other parts of Utah, and there are a few minor issues that may crop up around this time in some situations. One example: An AC unit that has a musty, unpleasant odor […]

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DOE HVAC Standards: System Specifics and Future

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the basics on US Department of Energy efficiency standards and regulations for various areas of the country. Depending on where you live, the technical requirements for your HVAC system will differ slightly from other regions of the US, and homeowners who are […]

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DOE HVAC Standards: Basics, Regions and SEER Rating

While many are not aware of it, did you realize that the area where you live in the United States has a direct impact on the HVAC products available to you? This is just one of several impacts of the US Department of Energy's minimum energy efficiency standards that have been introduced and updated over […]

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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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