Gone are the days of just providing heating and cooling. In order to stay in the comfort business, we must learn ever-changing building materials, code changes, and code program standards that include the installation of ventilation in homes that used to breathe on their own.
Homeowners Often Overlook the Warning Signs of Poor IAQ
December 29, 2014
According to a national survey from Broan-NuTone and Kelton, nine in 10 homeowners realize poor IAQ can contribute to certain health issues, yet only one-quarter of Americans are worried about the air quality in their homes.
NAFA Honors Burroughs for Contributions to Filtration and Air Cleaning Industry
December 22, 2014
Burroughs has been in the filtration and air cleaning industry since 1965 when he took over the market development project at the Marbon Chemical Division of Borg-Warner to introduce a new patented gas phase sorbent developed at York, which he helped name Purafil.
One of the primary measurements customers use to gauge comfort is the room temperature shown on the thermostat. If the number falls within an acceptable temperature range, the individual should be comfortable, right? Not quite. Could there be other factors at play here that are influencing their comfort that you might be missing?