In one of the strangest, most unexpected years ever, we’ve already turned our calendars into December, with only a few days until the Christmas break.
We started the year by looking at 2020 HVAC trends, quickly started looking for ways to improve indoor air quality in Lowcountry homes, reviewed what may be one of the best air purifiers on the market, announced our Moose On The Loose Summer Promo winners and before we knew it, we were fully into our holiday season here in Charleston.
2020 hasn’t been what anyone had planned, and our holidays may look a little different but here are 4 quick HVAC tips that you can do before your Christmas plans so you can stay comfortable and enjoy cleaner, healthier air in your home this year.
Though get-togethers may be smaller this year, the extra body heat generated when guests are in your home may raise the indoor temperature a bit, leaving it a bit more sticky and warmer than you may like it.
This is also helpful if you’re doing a lot of cooking with your stove or oven, which may also make your home warmer than you would like.
They’ll be able to inspect your system and let you know if there are any potential issues you should worry about before Christmas hits and remedy those issues on the spot in most cases.
On top of air filter cleaning/replacing — and something especially important to look into this year — you might want to look at more advance air quality products, like the whole-home HALO-LED in-duct air purifier.
Air quality products like the HALO-LED air purifier are more proactive than the standard, passive air filters used in most HVAC systems and give you an extra level of air quality protection.
While time is running extremely short on many holiday deals this year, you can save a ton of money on a new HVAC system and indoor air quality products with promos like our Cash For The Holidays program.
Deals like that don’t run year-round, so be sure to take advantage of those while they last (now through December 25th).
We hope you have a comfortable and healthy Christmas holiday this year and if you follow the 4 tips above, we know you will.