Get Your HVAC System Ready for Fall With These Tips

Save yourself some headaches later in the autumn season by preparing your home and HVAC system now! Denver commercial refrigeration repair can help get your HVAC system up-to-date and ready for the cold weather ahead, but here’s some other tips that can help you get your home or business ready for fall:30 Smart Tips to Get Your Home Ready for FallCooler temperatures and pretty soon falling leaves serve as a reminder that the fall season is fast approaching. As the seasons change, so do our activities and home needs. Even though summer is not quite over yet, it’s a good time to do some seasonal maintenance to keep your home running smoothly. The weather can change quickly, especially if you live in a colder climate and you don’t want to be caught unprepared. A bit of attention now will save costly repairs and aggravation later.Interior MaintenanceCheck for drafts.Feel for drafts around the edges of windows and doors. A good tip is to use a lighted candle and if the flame flickers, the…

Can Air Conditioning in Schools Help Students Learn?

It goes without saying that being too hot or too cold in any environment makes it difficult to concentrate. Schools are no exception! In hot climates, kids are often stuck focusing on how hot their classroom is rather than memorizing their multiplication tables. If your school has an air conditioner that isn’t working properly, give your Denver commercial HVAC professionals a call today. Here’s some pros and cons to having air conditioning in schools:Air Conditioning in Schools – Is it Essential for Learning?Schools are in session, starting in August and September, or sooner. Some districts do not have air conditioning in schools. This leaves students to sweat through the day.
Districts across the U.S. faced these problems at the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year. Schools from Detroit to Los Angeles had heat-related closures. Kindergarteners through college students were affected.While uncomfortable, is the heat hampering the learning process? Research has shown that indoor air qu…

What Those Weird HVAC Noises Mean For Your Home

Are strange noises coming from your walk in cooler, air conditioner or other parts of your HVAC system? Some noises are completely normal and others can be solved with a quick and easy fix. For the repairs you can’t do on your own, give us a call day or night and we’ll be sure to help. Here’s a quick guide explaining what those weird noises may mean:Common HVAC Noises and What They MeanCan’t hear the TV because your vents are so loud?
While some noises are normal, such as a quiet hum or the sounds of air whooshing through the vents, sometimes HVAC systems make strange noises and can become loud, disruptive annoyances in the home. This doesn’t have to be the case.Check out these common causes of noises in an HVAC system and what you can do about them:RattlingHearing a rattling noise coming from your HVAC system could mean a few things. If it originates from the outdoor unit, chances are you have some kind of debris in the system, such as a twig. (While the grate will protect your system…

All You Need To Know About Indoor Air Quality

With people spending more of their time indoors every day, it is important to examine how indoor air quality can be impacting your health. Many agree that indoor air pollution is more of a concerning health hazard for Americans than outdoor air pollution, simply because we’re spending more and more time indoors. Whether you’re indoors at work or kicking back and enjoying a family dinner at home, make sure your indoor air is keeping you healthy with by checking with your Denver commercial heating and cooling company. Here’s a guide to helping you improve your indoor air quality:The Inside Story: A Guide to Indoor Air QualityIndoor Air Quality ConcernsAll of us face a variety of risks to our health as we go about our day-to-day lives. Driving in cars, flying in planes, engaging in recreational activities, and being exposed to environmental pollutants all pose varying degrees of risk. Some risks are simply unavoidable. Some we choose to accept because to do otherwise would restrict our a…

How Zoning Can Help You Regulate Your Home’s Temperatures

Many homeowners have never heard of home zoning for their air conditioning and heating systems. It is often the best way to ensure that all the random cold and hot spots in your home are balanced to the most comfortable temperature for you and your family. Zoning can help you regulate your inside temperatures, so give your residential and commercial air conditioning repair in Denver a call to set something up today. Here’s a little more information on how zoning can help you:Home Zoning: The Cure for the Common (and Uncomfortable) HomeWhat if an electrician came to your home and rewired your house so that all of the lights were turned off and on at the same time using a single switch? Most homeowners would show that electrician the door. However we still use that same impractical and inefficient concept for cooling and heating our homes. A single thermostat controls the temperature for the entire house, leaving some rooms cold, some rooms hot and some rooms in a constant state of flux…

10 Surprising Facts You Never Knew About Air Conditioning

One of the things we love about the HVAC business here at All Temperatures Controlled, Inc. is how vast and complex it all can be. We pride ourselves in understanding all the ins-and-outs of our business so that we know exactly how to take care of all your commercial refrigerator and HVAC needs. Here’s some fun and interesting facts that you may have never known about the many purposes of air conditioning throughout history:10 surprising air-conditioning facts from the new book 'Cool'The easiest way to beat the heat this weekend may be to turn on your air conditioning. But the road to being able to flip a switch to cool down your house was not so simple. As author Salvatore Basile explains in his new book "Cool: How Air Conditioning Changed Everything," the path to easy, affordable ways to cool down took a path through ice, ammonia, fans, pipes, blowers, coils and more. Here are some surprising things you probably don't know about air conditioning.If you go to a …

Best Ways to Keep Your Pet From Overheating This Summer

What would summer be without air conditioning to cool us down? Probably a little less fun! As humans, we can cool things down inside when the temperatures are scorching inside, and even during winter, we can heat things up inside when it’s freezing outdoors. If your HVAC system needs repair to keep the temperature comfortable inside your home or business, give your local Denver commercial heating and cooling company a call 24/7. But are your furry friends staying cool this summer too? Make sure they’re kept comfortable in the summer heat with these following tips:Keep Your Pets Cool This SummerAs temperatures rise, it’s important to remember that our pets don’t have the same ability to put on shorts and a tank top when the going gets hot as we do. Our dogs can overheat quickly in warm temperatures, and heat stroke can be fatal.Holistic veterinarian Dr. Kathy Wentworth, who owns PetPoint Medical Center & Resort in Irvine, says heat stroke symptoms will typically begin with excessiv…