Mold Archives - Ernst Heating & Cooling

Indoor Air Quality: For Comfort and Health

Does the air in your home feel damp? Have you found spots of mold on your ceilings or around windows? Or does your family suffer from dry skin year-round? These could be signs that the inside of your home has too much or too little moisture. Luckily, there are ways to remedy these problems and …

Indoor Air Quality: For Comfort and Health Read More »

Moisture Control Is The Key To Mold Elimination — 7 Secrets

All mold stems from moisture, so if you want to eliminate mold in your home, the goal should be to modify your home environment so moisture doesn’t stand a chance. Eliminating or reducing mold will also reduce its health hazards, which can include allergies and respiratory ailments, among others. Here are seven secrets to help …

Moisture Control Is The Key To Mold Elimination — 7 Secrets Read More »

Proper Ventilation Can Reduce The Likelihood Of Mold From The Crawl Space To The Attic

Mold is the number one enemy of a home, all the way from the crawl space to the attic. Mold wreaks havoc on wood and insulation in these areas. However, mold would never grow in your home if moisture couldn’t get in. The problem is that it’s nearly impossible to keep moisture out, no matter …

Proper Ventilation Can Reduce The Likelihood Of Mold From The Crawl Space To The Attic Read More »

Simple Strategies To Allergy-Proof Your Home As Pollen Season Peaks

When pollen season peaks, you can use all the protection you can get so that your quality of life doesn’t slide.  These strategies to keep your home allergy-proof can help protect you from allergy-irritating factors that can make your life miserable: Upgrade and Replace Your Air Filters Air filters all receive a MERV (minimum efficiency reporting …

Simple Strategies To Allergy-Proof Your Home As Pollen Season Peaks Read More »

Whole-House Dehumidification Options For Metro-East Homeowners

As a resident in the Metro-East area, you face muggy, hot summers that sometimes keep you from cooling off even with your A/C running full blast.  In fact, certain improvements that homeowners obtain — such as effective vapor barriers and better insulation — can lead to excessive moisture in the home.  What you need is a …

Whole-House Dehumidification Options For Metro-East Homeowners Read More »

What You Need To Know About Your Indoor Air Quality

Homes built in the last 30 years typically are wonders of technology. They’re sealed, insulated, wrapped and tightly fortified against the outside elements. This makes home comfort more affordable. Unfortunately, trapping our warm and cool air inside means we trap other things as well. Here are a few facts you may not know about your …

What You Need To Know About Your Indoor Air Quality Read More »

When It Comes To Precision Tune-Ups, Twice A Year Is Better

Your heating and air equipment is an investment for your family. You expect long life and years of consistent performance from both your furnace and air conditioner (or heat pump if you use one). The best way to get those long years of dependability is by having an annual precision tune-up on both. Before each season begins, …

When It Comes To Precision Tune-Ups, Twice A Year Is Better Read More »

Have Your Air-Conditioning System Checked Out Now To Keep It Humming All Summer Long

Summer is near and so is the hot weather. Regular maintenance on your air conditioning system is important this time of year in order to avoid costly repairs during the peak summer season. This should include both home and professional maintenance. Here’s a list of things you can do yourself to help prepare your cooling …

Have Your Air-Conditioning System Checked Out Now To Keep It Humming All Summer Long Read More »

Scroll to Top