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Boiling Springs SC Heating and Cooling

Precision Heating & Cooling has been providing expert air conditioning and heating services to the residents of Boiling Springs, SC and the surrounding areas since 2005. From AC repair to indoor air quality solutions, we solve your comfort problems and treat you like family.

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Why won’t my home AC system cool my home near Boiling Springs?

Clogged filters are one of the most typical causes of AC problems. Filters can become clogged by dirt, pet hair, pollen, and dust.

When filters get blocked, the movement of air through your AC becomes restricted. As a consequence, your air conditioner does not efficiently chill your interior air. Filters that are clogged can also disrupt the operation of your system's interior evaporator coil and outdoor condenser unit.

The simplest method to avoid problems with blocked filters is to clean them on a regular basis and replace them as needed. We recommend that you replace them every three months. Those who have pets may need to change their filters more frequently.

How much does it cost to replace an old HVAC system near Boiling Springs?

The cost of replacing a whole HVAC unit ranges from $5,000 to $10,000, with the national average being $7,000. This equates to between $25 to $60 per square foot. Prices are determined by the size and brand of the HVAC system, the size of the house, the length of the ductwork, and the efficiency rating of the new unit. Expect to pay between $1,500 to $12,500 for new installations. HVAC installation expenses generally range between $500 and $2,500 in labor costs. The entire cost is determined by the kind and condition of the existing system. Retrofitting forced or central-air heating often costs more than replacing a piece of existing equipment.

How do I improve the indoor air quality in my home near Boiling Springs?

Here are a few ways to improve air quality in your home:

  • Examine your air ducts

Air ducts are in charge of moving hot and cold air throughout your home, ensuring a comfortable environment in each area. However, ducts that are not properly constructed or maintained can transfer toxins from one area to another. Dust, dander, and even mold can collect in your ducts over time, lowering overall air quality. Hire an expert to ensure that your ducts are circulating clean, fresh air.

  • Make use of cooking vents.

Many indoor air contaminants originate in the kitchen. Gas stoves emit dangerous pollutants such as carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide. Even low-level electric burners emit the same toxins, as well as additional particles that are easily absorbed into your circulation. So, when you're cooking, open a window or turn on your kitchen vents to assist filter out the air even more.

  • Manage the humidity in your house.

Mold and mildew thrive in humid and damp environments, causing respiratory disorders such as allergies and asthma. Depending on where you live, the hot summer months might be very humid. With a few strategically positioned dehumidifiers, you can reduce the quantity of moisture in the air and prevent the formation of bothersome molds. There are several humidifier solutions available to assist you to maintain regular humidity levels and provide a pleasant living environment in your house.