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How Humidifiers Help Your House in More Than One Way

Adding a humidifier to your offers a host of benefits, especially in the colder months, when the air is drier. In winter, indoor air can have around 10 percent humidity, but did you know the ideal humidity level for your home is between 30 and 40 percent? During the winter, you and your home can suffer when the air becomes too dry.

Here are the top six benefits of humidified air.

Indoor Air Quality and Your Family’s Health

Everyone wants their family to be as healthy and happy as possible. When we think about healthy activities, most of us imagine doing things like planning balanced meals, getting regular exercise and seeing our doctor and dentist for regular checkups. 

Schedule Your HVAC Tune-Up Before Fall Arrives

While it may be another month or two before you need to think about switching your thermostats from cool air to heat, it’s never too early to start planning ahead for fall and winter weather. In fact, autumn is the perfect time to find and repair any heater problems before Old Man Winter arrives and brings the cold air with him.

Reasons You Need Professional A/C Installation

Some home repair projects are perfect for weekend warriors and avid DIYers. However, it’s better to leave A/C installation to the pros – even if you’re very handy when it comes to home maintenance. You may assume you can save money by tackling an air conditioning installation on your own, but in fact, it may end up costing you much more in the long run.

What You Should Know About Carbon Monoxide Detectors for Your Family’s Safety

Do you have a carbon monoxide detector installed in your home? How do you know if you need one?

Many people underestimate the importance of getting a carbon monoxide detector. However, common carbon monoxide sources like furnaces, generators and gas heaters can put you and your family at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning.

Did you know the CDC reports more than 15,000 people each year need emergency treatment for non-fire-related carbon monoxide exposure? Furthermore, non-fire-related carbon monoxide exposure unfortunately kills an average of about 500 people annually.

Your Guide to Water Heater Expansion Tanks

The natural expansion that occurs during the heating process can overtax plumbing pipes on systems with tank-style heaters. A safety mechanism known as a water heater expansion tank can help avoid the risk of damage to your plumbing system due to the built-up pressure from thermal expansion.

Indoor Air Quality: How Can You Keep Your Household Safe?

We’re all familiar with the fact that the air we breathe leaves a lot to be desired. If you live in a large city, for example, you may regularly see outdoor air quality alerts that encourage you to minimize your car trips.

Select The Right Contractor

Which Contractor Will Best Meet Your Needs

As a courtesy to our customers, we offer this "Which Contractor Will Best Meet Your Needs" questionnaire to use prior to hiring any contractor you wish to have come onto your property to perform work.

This questionnaire is designed to help you prevent unnecessary liability exposure when hiring trade companies. At Nu-Temp Heating & Cooling we adhere to the highest quality standards and answer "YES" to each of these basic homeowner contracting requirements: