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4 Resources That Will Make You an Expert in Indoor Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality is important for both home owners and business owners alike. No matter what your role, if you’re like most people, you probably spend most of your time indoors. Therefore, you should fully understand how the quality of the air affects you, your loved ones, or your employees. Poor IAQ can negatively affect

3 Money Saving Tips for Homeowners in 2017

Many homeowners look for ways to cut household costs throughout the year. It is often relatively easy to save on things like groceries and clothing by shopping the best sales of the year and taking advantage of coupons and other promotional pricing. However, when it comes to other household costs like energy and water, cutting

The Best Carrier Products for Improving Indoor Air Quality

Carrier is known for offering quality products that help homeowners reach ultimate home comfort levels year-round. Anderson Air Corps, your Albuquerque HVAC team of experts, are a factor authorized dealer of Carrier products, which means we are knowledgeable about Carrier products and systems and know how to provide proper installation and maintenance. Not sure about

Thinking of Replacing Your HVAC System? Here’s why Fall is the best time to do it.

There comes a time when every homeowner must face the inevitable – your HVAC system needs to be replaced. Replacing your heating and cooling system is not something that you often have to deal with, so you may be wondering, where do I start? The more you prepare yourself for this event, the better off

When Should I Run My Kitchen Range Hood?

Kitchen range hood exhaust fans serve an invaluable function in filtering indoor air. If you never run your exhaust fan or only turn it on when something starts to smoke on your stove, you may want to make a few changes. Knowing when and how to use your exhaust fan can reduce indoor air pollution

Coolant Leaks

Reasons Why Your AC System Loses Coolant

Ten years ago, an air conditioning leak was little more than an inconvenience. It was easy to purchase a can of coolant to top off the system – an inexpensive solution that allowed you to delay a repair until a convenient time. Things aren’t as simple today. The popular refrigerant, R-22, began phasing out in

This Old House: The Dangers of Asbestos in Older Homes

  Older homes are a beauty. There are, however, some important points to note for current or potential owners of old homes. The most notable being the potential presence of asbestos in the structure of these homes. If your lovely home was constructed before 1980, it could be classified as an “older home”, but this

Your Top Heating & Cooling Questions Answered

As a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to maintain your home and all of its components to sustain the best value, comfort and security for your home. This is a lot to ask of someone who is likely a parent and a full-time employee. We certainly don’t expect you to know it all. This is why

Absorption Refrigeration: How It Works

When most people think of the way that refrigerators work, they picture compressors and cold air. That’s why it’s so hard for many people to understand the concept of absorption refrigeration. It’s easy to see where their questions come from and why it can be a bit tricky to wrap your mind around. After all,

central heating boilers

Your Guide to Central Heating Boilers

Heating your home by a boiler is a venerable method of central heating but there are a few options to consider when selecting a boiler for your home. Your available space If hot water is to be made via the boiler or if you have a separate system Funds Home heating boiler options The boiler