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April showers bring May flowers, so with all the rain that’s coming down and the high humidity levels of New Jersey summers, will your home be safe from excess moisture?
You might have already given up hope that you’ll ever be fully comfortable at home during the summer again and are contemplating getting yet another haircut or purchasing a different air conditioner. While a new air conditioner might definitely help (especially if it’s energy efficient and properly sized), if the main issue in your home is with humidity and that stuffy feeling, then you also need to focus on improving indoor air quality.
Here are a few common home cooling myths from Allied Energy Efficiency Experts to watch out for.
The weather up to this point has been a bit unpredictable, but summer is on your doorstep. High temperatures and humid days are about to become an everyday occurrence. If you’re already feeling hot, sticky, and generally uncomfortable at home, it’s time to act before the summer becomes unbearable.
Warm weather is finally here in New Jersey, and you’re likely starting to spend more time outside in the fresh air.
It happens every year. The hot summer days fade into cooler nights. Soon the sweaters and wool socks are out, and before you know it, there’s a dusting of snow on the ground. Cooler weather this time of year is no surprise in the Cherry Hill area, but is your house ready for it?
Did you know indoor air is 2-5x more polluted than outdoor air? When the average person spends almost 90% of their time indoors, that’s a major health hazard.
Indoor pollutants can cause everything from dizziness, fatigue and headaches to respiratory diseases, heart disease and even cancer. A whole-house ventilation system will protect your family by minimizing these pollutants in your home.
If you’re interested in taking a closer look at how your home is performing, it all starts with a home energy assessment from the team at Allied Energy Efficiency Experts.