Are you ready to go back to school? As the Gaston County schools go back to their classrooms, we want to make sure that you have all of the essentials and are ready to pass the test in HVAC101! This study guide will teach you everything you need to know about your home’s heating and cooling system.
1. Preventative Maintenance
Preventative maintenance checks can save you money, prevent costly breakdowns, keep you safe, improve your air quality and so much more. As a Trane Comfort Specialist, Roland Black offers preventative maintenance plans so that you can be cool and comfortable all year long.
2. Tips to Keep Cool
If your air conditioning system hasn’t been keeping you cool this summer, the first thing you need to do is call the team at Roland Black. We’ve been servicing Gastonia and the surrounding areas for 48 years, and our HVAC technicians are trained to assess the situation and find a solution that works for you.
3. Indoor Air Quality Matters
Did you know that indoor air quality is often 2-5 times worse than outdoor air quality? Dust, pollen, pet hair, dander, chemicals and other bacteria are constantly floating through the air and can irritate a person’s allergies or asthmatic symptoms. The team at Roland Black recommends investing in an indoor air quality system that can help you keep the air you’re breathing pure all year long. Call our team today to discuss whether the REME HALO or the iWave Home Filtration System would be right for you. We also recommend you change your air filters every 30-90 days to ensure optimum freshness!
4. Keep Your Ducts Clean
Did you know that the average family creates forty pounds of dust each year? It’s important to keep your ducts cleaned to prevent any potential fires and to maintain the air quality in your home.
5. Know Your Options
If your home could use some after-school help, your options are endless with the team at Roland Black! Simply give our team a call and we’ll be there to help in no time.
From the team at Roland Black Heating and Cooling, we would like to wish all of the students, teachers and staff a safe and successful school year. And remember, if your home could use a lesson in HVAC 101, simply give our team a call.