This time of year people in New Hampshire afflicted with allergies seem to be everywhere. From runny noses and itchy eyes to a chronic cough, if you or your loved one is affected by allergies you would probably do just about anything to get rid of them. One factor that is probably exacerbating your allergies that you may not have considered is your home’s indoor air quality.
Archive for May, 2017
How Zones Affect Your Comfort Level
Many of the homes built in and around Nashua, NH the last fifteen to twenty years were designed with only one zone for the entire home’s heating and cooling needs, regardless of size. This typically leaves the homeowners with a house that has a very fluctuant temperature throughout. From a sweltering upstairs in the summer and too chilly bedrooms in the winter, the number of zones in your home can directly affect your family’s comfort level.
The refrigerant known as R-22 has been the choice for residential and commercial air-conditioning systems for more than five decades. As the manufacture of R-22 is phased out over the coming years, manufacturers of residential air conditioning systems are offering equipment that uses ozone-friendly refrigerants.