It finally feels like Fall in Asheville, NC. The leaves are beginning to show their colors and visitors are flocking to the Blue Ridge Parkway. As the seasons change and the weather turns cooler, it is important to make sure you are taking steps to ensure your HVAC system is well-maintained. In this article, we will discuss five HVAC tips for Autumn in Asheville.
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*The Wells Fargo Home Projects credit card is issued by Wells Fargo Financial National Bank, an equal housing lender. Special terms apply to qualifying purchases charged with approved credit. The special terms APR will continue to apply until all qualified purchases are paid in full. The monthly payment for this purchase will be the amount that will pay for the purchase in full in equal payments during the promotional (special terms). The APR for purchases will apply to certain fess such as a late payment fee or if you use the card for other transactions. For new accounts, the APR for purchases is 28.99%. If you are charged interest in any billing cycle, the minimum interest charge will be $1. This information is accurate as of 7/1/17 and is subject to change. For current information, call us at 1-800-431-5921. Offer expires 11/1517.
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Tropical Storm Harvey is on track to make landfall near Corpus Christi, TX, possibly as a category one or two hurricane. Though this storm is not likely to impact the Asheville area directly, it is a reminder that we are nearing the peak of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season. In our previous article, we discussed five things you need to know about the potential impact of tropical storms and hurricanes in our area:
As summer draws to an end, we are entering the peak of Atlantic Hurricane Season. Spanning June to November, the most active time for east coast storms is September through October, when ocean temperatures are the warmest. Even in the Asheville area, tropical weather can cause quite a bit of damage and create headaches for homeowners.
We have had a break from the oppressive heat this week, but hit-and-miss summer storms have been frequent. We will continue to experience humidity and surprise storms throughout the remainder of summer. In our previous post, we discussed four tips for keeping your home and family safe during severe weather:
After a relatively cool and rainy start to summer, the heat and humidity have been intense here in Asheville throughout July. With excess moisture and temperatures in the 90's, sudden thunderstorms can develop and catch homeowners off-guard. These storms can contain numerous hazards including:
- Frequent cloud-to-ground lightning
- Heavy winds
- Torrential rainfall and flash flooding
- Large hail
Proper preparation is the key to protecting your home and keeping your family from the dangers of summer thunderstorms. In this article and the next, we will discuss ten tips for preparing your home and family for storms:
We have been blessed with a relatively cool summer in 2017; nevertheless, air conditioning systems are still getting a work-out. In this series, we have been discussing ways in which you can improve your home’s energy efficiency and reduce your energy bills. In our first two articles, we detailed the first eight of twelve steps:
As we have now officially entered summer in Asheville, homeowners know well their homes are consuming considerable amounts of energy. In this series of blog articles, we are discussing twelve steps homeowners can take to help improve the energy efficiency of their homes during the summer months.
In the first article, we discussed the first four steps, including:
- Perform Regular and Proper HVAC Maintenance
- Replace Old and Worn Windows
- Changeout Your Old HVAC System
- Adjust Your Thermostat Properly for Travel
In this post, we will continue our list with the next four steps for homeowners attempting to reduce energy consumption from June through September:
We have already experienced highs in the 80s and near 90 degrees here in Asheville. If your air conditioner is not functioning properly, you probably know it by now. Your HVAC system may malfunction without warning, but there are several signs for which homeowners can watch that will help determine whether you should call your air conditioning technician.
Your home consumes a lot of energy from late spring, through the summer. Though winter requires a little more energy, from air conditioning, to water usage, homeowners see their second highest electric and water bills of the year during the hot summer months.
April showers have been plentiful in Asheville. So far they show no signs of slowing down. When heavy rains fall, homeowners must be on the lookout for excessive moisture and the harmful mold and mildew that can develop.
In Asheville, heating and air conditioning systems work hard to maintain a comfortable temperature inside our homes. It is not uncommon for us to experience summer high temperatures near 100 degrees, and lows below zero during winter. To ensure your system is functioning when you need it most, it is important to pay close attention to signs of component or system failure.
In this article and the next, we will briefly discuss ten signs your HVAC system requires repair or replacement:
Spring is blooming in Asheville, NC. As homeowners are switching from heat to air conditioning, there are several questions we receive every year. We want to help make sure your HVAC system is prepared spring and summer by answering questions frequently asked questions as spring turns to summer.