Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Archive for September, 2018

What Types of Air Purifiers Are out There?

Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

family-timeDoes the air in your home smell stale? Does it smell outright bad? Are you concerned about increasingly aggravated allergy or asthma symptoms among residents in your home? If so, it sounds like it is probably time for you to start using an air purifier in Aztec, NM. Sounds simple enough,  right? Well,  once you start doing a bit of your own preliminary research,  you may start to realize that there is more to the equation than meets the eye!

What we mean is that there are a lot of different types of air cleaners and air purifiers out there. Finding the perfect one, or ones,  for your unique situation can be tricky. You certainly don’t want to be wasting your money on systems that are not going to successfully do the job that needs doing,  right? Today,  we’re going to give you a brief rundown of some systems to consider. Feel free to reach out with any questions that you may have.

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Does Your Commercial Property Need Dehumidification?

Monday, September 10th, 2018

waterOwning and operating a commercial property is a major responsibility. It does not really matter what type of business you find yourself in. Whatever it may be, you only stand to benefit by keeping your clients, tenants, and/or employees comfortable at all times. You also want to protect the integrity of any products that you may have in your property. This is why a commercial dehumidifier may be necessary. And if one is, you can count on us to install the right one, the right way.

Now, if your commercial air conditioning system is not functioning properly, the problem is going to be fairly obvious. You’ll notice pretty quickly if your commercial property is just too hot. The same cannot really be said about air that is too dry, though. It’s just not as immediately noticeable as air that is not of a comfortable temperature. That doesn’t mean that there is no way to determine if you could use a dehumidifier in Farmington, NM, though. 

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