Investing in healthy indoor air quality is a good investment for your body, mind, and wallet. Considering that we spend more than 90% of our time indoors and that indoor air is 2-5 times as polluted as the air outdoors, it’s important to take this indoor air quality problem seriously. Read more
As if the warm winter was not awkward enough, now Chattanooga has apparently moved to the equator. Our Air conditioning systems are our best friends throughout Chattanooga’s hot summer months, but there’s nothing worse than when your AC unit all of a sudden breaks, and your central AC isn’t blowing out cold air. What are you supposed to do?
Well don’t panic! There’s a couple different reasons as to why your AC unit is not blowing out cold air. Your broken AC issue may be a fixable, at-home solution, or you may need to contact your local air conditioning company. Take a look at a few common issues, then give Action Air a call today at (423) 842-5575 and one of our experienced service techs will have your home transformed into an arctic landscape in no time. Read more
One of the most inconvenient things that can happen to your home during the winter or summer monthsis not getting enough heated/cooled air. Its important to make sure that your HVAC system is ready for the daily grind of regulating your indoor climate. Read more
Spring is in the air around Chattanooga, and with a new season comes a new opportunity to re-evaluate your home-energy usage and prepare for warmer months. To help kick off your eco-friendly home makeover, how about starting with an AC tuneup from Action Air!
When the temperature starts rising, air conditioning systems begin working overtime. Give your AC a tuneup early to ensure it runs efficiently, economically and safely throughout the season. When servicing your AC, you should replace your filters, check your refrigerant levels, and clean your evaporator coils. You may want to schedule an inspection and maintenance visit from a certified HVAC technician, who can make sure your system is up to speed and catch problems before they become major expenses. Routine maintenance can reduce your AC’s energy consumption by 15 percent.
At Action Air, we have made it easy for Chattanooga homeowners to stay on top of hvac maintenance through our Preferred Customer Program. Click the link to learn more about how for a low monthly cost, Action Air will keep your hvac system running smooth year round.
When you think about your skin’s health, heating and air conditioning is not going to be the first thing to come to mind. However, your HVAC actually plays a pretty big role when it comes to dry skin. The following tips will help you stay comfortable this winter without that dry itchy feeling. Read more
I’m sure you may have seen our trucks with both the Action Air and Service Heat and Air logos on them. Well the cat is out of the bag and we would like to announce we are combining Service Heat and Air with Action Air. Service Heat and Air has built a reputation in the Chattanooga area since 1977 as a reliable, affordable, and honest heating and cooling company and by combining the two businesses we will be able to serve more customers and serve them faster.
Let face it, pets simply make life more enjoyable and are great companions. However, while they have their charms, they can also leave a mess behind. When it comes to regular AC maintenance, you’ll find that pet owners will need to take a few extra steps. If you have a furry friend living in your home, here are four tips to help you prevent AC repair and ensure that everyone can relax in comfortable indoor temperatures. Read more
We live in Chattanooga, and everyone around here knows that humidity in the summer comes with the territory. But how do stop the humidity from coming into your home? Follow these tips to start enjoying the cool comfort of your home. Read more
Portable electric generators can provide lifesaving benefits when your home or business is faced with a power outage. However, generators also come with their own set of risks. In order to ensure safety for yourself, your family, and the people working to restore power in your area, you must adhere to the following guidelines. Read more
Having a heat pump is one of the best options for fending off its occasional cold spells. A heat pump delivers you an air conditioner and a heater in one unit. People in colder northern climates usually need to have a hybrid system work with their heat pump so they can get enough warmth during the deep chills; but for our Florida climates, a heat pump on its own can handle the job—in particular if it comes with the auxiliary heating option.
You might be curious about what auxiliary heat on a heat pump does and if it’s worth having. Basically, the auxiliary heat function provides additional warmth when the heat from the standard heat exchange is insufficient. These heat pumps have an extra section that contains electrical heating coils—similar to what you would find in an electric furnace—to create resistance electrical heating. When the heat pump senses it cannot get enough warmth from the outside air to move inside your home (usually at temperatures below 35°F), it will switch over to the electrical coils to provide the additional heat. Although this will allow the heat pump to reach its target temperature, it will drain additional power to heat the electrical coils.
Whether you need a heat pump with the auxiliary heat feature depends on how much cold you think you’ll experience. Heat pumps draw warmth from outside to give you a comfortable temperature, but this becomes difficult in extreme colds.