If you live in the south, you've probably heard the phrase "It's not the heat, it's the humidity" when describing how hot it gets here during the summer. I've also heard the phrase "it's hot, but it's a dry heat" when describing high temperatures in the southwest. What does this mean, exactly? I always thought 95 degrees is 95 degrees no matter where you live, but the number can be deceiving.
Humidity is defined as the amount of water vapor present in the atmosphere and isClick here to read more.
One of the biggest complaints we hear from our customers is that the temperature in one or more rooms in the home is not adequate for their comfort level. The thermostat reads the correct temperature but that room will be too hot or too cold. In order to offer a cost effective solution that doesn't involve costly modifications to their existing structures and ductwork, we began testing the Honeywell Home Pro Series T10 Thermostat.
Often the thermostat in a home is located in a hallway orClick here to read more.
We're proud to announce that Davis Pro Heat & Air was voted the best air conditioning & heating service by Occasions Magazine readers for the third year in a row! We're honored that so many of our friends and neighbors in Jonesboro trust Davis Pro with your family's comfort.
If you would like to see a complete list of winners, you can find them here.Click here to read more.
The hot summer temperatures in Arkansas can be very hard on your HVAC equipment. Along with regular maintenance visits by a qualified technician, there are a few things that you can do to make sure that all of your ducts are in a row and ready for the summer heat!
Replace your air filter monthly - dirty air filters are the number one reason for HVAC system failures. Neglecting your air filter affects the efficiency of the system and can cause premature failure of key components. Your fanClick here to read more.
We all know that HVAC condensing units need refrigerant (or freon) to cool our homes, but did you know that there are many types of freon? You may have heard your HVAC technician refer to 410A or R22 when charging your system. These are just two blends commonly used in residential refrigeration. Their use is strictly regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency or EPA and only a licensed HVAC technician can purchase and charge your air conditioner.
Several years ago the EPA issuedClick here to read more.
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