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Nov 6, 2020

Salt Air Heating And Cooling – Improving Comfort And Indoor Air Quality

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How do I decide when to replace my home HVAC system rather than repair it?

The age of equipment, efficiency, and repair costs are all factors in this decision. The average life of a traditional split system is 10-13 years. As a system gets older it may not be worth the cost of larger repairs. For example, a new compressor or large coil leak can be costly. This is especially true if it is out of warranty. That is when we suggest getting a quote for a new system and weighing your options. We are here to answer all questions our customers may have about repair versus replacement.

How can I improve my indoor air quality?

The easiest way to improve indoor air quality is to change your air filters on a regular basis. We recommend changing air filters every 30 - 45 days and have routine maintenance performed on your system twice a year. Other product options include media cabinets, duct cleaning, and UV lights. Media cabinets are a great way to reduce airborne particles, an electronic media cabinet will go even further by deactivating and filtering even smaller airborne particles. UV PCO lights use UV-C rays on a titanium dioxide coating to destroy airborne germs, bacteria, viruses, and VOC’s.

Are commercial HVAC units different than home heating and cooling systems?

The theory is the same, but the equipment used to accomplish conditioning larger commercial facilities differs greatly from a standard residential application. If you need a commercial HVAC unit for your business and have questions about how to start the process – we are here to help! Give us a call today at, 910-777-3539 or visit our website at, www.SaltAirInc.com.    

My business needs a new commercial HVAC system. What types of businesses does Salt Air serve?

We can help a variety of businesses and building types. Amenities centers, office buildings, long term care facilities, and hotels are just a few of the businesses we serve on a regular basis. Our favorite commercial systems are VRF or Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems, but we service all types of Commercial HVAC systems; VAV or Variable Air Volume systems, DOAS or Dedicated Outside Air Systems, Indoor Pool Dehumidification Systems, and more.
 
What have clients come to expect when working with Salt Air?
 
Five-star service and communication! We are here to serve our clients. They trust us with their HVAC needs because we truly provide the best service experience. Communication with a contractor should be easy and we provide communication options such as text and email alerts with reminders for service appointments. If you give us a call, members of our friendly office staff are ready to answer any questions you may have. You can even request a service appointment from our app!

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