Will the Phase Out of R22 Refrigerant Affect You?

If you rely on a cooling system that uses R22 refrigerant you may be in for a surprise during your next service visit. As of January 1, 2020, production and import of R22 refrigerant will be illegal in the United States. Of course, continued use of your air conditioner (AC) using R22 refrigerant is allowed. However, it does mean that if your AC system needs a repair that involves refrigerant, you may have to decide between a hefty refrigerant bill and a system replacement.
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Categories: Air Conditioning.

5 Ways to Beat Summer Humidity

One of the worst things about summer is humid days. These days can be quite unbearable, sometimes with humidity at 50% or even higher. Humidity can make a 70 degree day feel a lot warmer than it actually is, because humidity feels sticky on your skin. Due to the high amount of water molecules in the air, it can make your air more liveable during colder temperatures. Still, having a highly humid house can be detrimental not only to your comfort, but also to your home, including allowing your home to become a great place to breed mold. Let’s talk
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Categories: Air Conditioning, Dehumidifiers, and Tips and Tricks.

We’re celebrating 30 years!

Success is reaching a birthday and finding you’re exactly the same. Audrey Hepburn This week, Home Air Plus is celebrating 30 years in the business! We set out with the goal to create a reliable service with great customer relationships. It hasn’t always been easy. The financial dip in 2008 and many other pitfalls along the way challenged entrepreneurs all over New Hampshire and the country. New technology, changing times, and the advent of the internet brought us into a new era!
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Categories: HomeAirPlus News.

Winter Safety for HVAC, Space Heaters, and More

The last gasp of winter is still hitting New England hard, and it’s important to review HVAC and heating safety for homeowners and their families even this late in the season. Early on as the snows fall, we’re all more alert to issues. In late winter safety concerns about our HVAC and furnaces often take a back seat as we scramble to get ready for spring. HVAC Exhaust Every gas, oil, kerosene, or diesel fuel burning furnace must have some kind of outdoor exhaust. During the winter, remember to safety check your HVAC exhaust pipe after every snowfall and clear
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Categories: Heating and Tips and Tricks.

Resolve to Care for Your HVAC System in Time for the New Year

The HVAC in your home requires proper care year-round. However, the holidays can place added stress your system, which is why you should resolve to care for your HVAC system for the new year. Whether you hosted friends and family from out of town, or weathered unseasonably cold temps, your HVAC was likely working overtime. In order to keep it running properly, we have five resolutions you should make for 2019…
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Categories: Furnaces, Heating, and Tips and Tricks.