The Unfiltered Blog
We say it all the time, but changing the filter on your furnace is one of the best ways to ensure it functions the way it's supposed to. Watch Chuck talk about a few different kinds of filters and how often you need to change each one.
Winter means many Central Iowans are enduring dry air in their homes. This dry air leeches moisture, leaving your skin dry and cracked and your sinuses as parched as the Sahara in summer.
If it’s the first time you’re having your furnace checked, it can be hard to know what to expect. With many companies and claims in the area, there are some best practices you can look to when choosing a heating and cooling contractor.
With 2017 rapidly approaching, we’re all thinking about our resolutions for the new year. If keeping a cleaner home is on your list, don’t overlook your indoor air quality. Dirt, dust mites, mold, spores, pollen, pet dander, and other allergens are all threats to your home’s indoor air quality and, in turn, your comfort. Luckily, there are some simple changes you can make to improve the air you and your family breathe. Follow these tips to have cleaner air by the start of 2017.
Friends, families, customers and employees help donate 300 blankets to patients at Blank Children’s Hospital