Certified Air Systems, Inc. Blog : Archive for December, 2015

Make Your Home More Energy Efficient with Different Types of Insulation

Monday, December 28th, 2015

It wasn’t too long ago that insulation for your home came in one form: batt insulation that looks a lot like cotton candy. This type of insulation is highly effective and still widely-used, but there are three other types of insulation that, when utilized together, can make your home incredibly energy efficient and comfortable. However, it is critical to allow trained experts to ascertain and determine what type of insulation should go where, and that’s where the pros from Certified Air Systems, Inc., come in. Our experts have been helping customers improve the levels of insulation in their homes since 1993, and we can help you, too. (more…)

If There’s No Heat Generation, How Does a Heat Pump Heat?

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Heat pumps are great systems to use for heating and cooling in the Longwood, FL, area. This is because our climate is perfectly suited for this type of system, particularly the winter months. We don’t experience winter as other areas in the country do, but we do get cold enough during the heart of the winter to warrant a good heating system, and your heat pump is perfectly up to the task. It can be pretty confusing to understand how a heat pump provides your home with warm air when there is no flame generating heat. The key is heat transfer. (more…)

Does My Home Need Duct Repair?

Monday, December 14th, 2015

If you use a forced air system to heat and cool your home in Maitland, then you have a ductwork system as well. It can be hard to be aware of your ductwork because it is typically located behind walls and above ceilings, but if your ductwork is faulty, you are definitely not getting the volume of air in your living spaces that you should. The indoor air quality experts from Certified Air Systems, Inc., offer duct repair services so that your ductwork is as efficient as possible. What kinds of signs can indicate the need for duct repair? Here are some of the more common ones. (more…)

Common Ductless Indoor Blower Repairs

Monday, December 7th, 2015

One of the benefits of using a ductless heating (and cooling) system is that instead of needing ductwork to deliver the air, you utilize indoor blowers. These blowers operate independently, allowing you to customize your comfort. But these blowers are serious mechanical units, and they can sometimes experience problems. Here are some of the more common problems we see with indoor blowers: (more…)