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October 15th, 2016

Many Texans suffer from seasonal allergies and asthma. And each season change, as well as a lack of humidity balance, can be triggers for problems in a hurry. However, a humidifier can be a great help for both cases.

If you have serious allergies, you know that they can affect you either when you’re outdoors or sitting inside your home. When the season changes, usually there is a lot of pollen floating in the air outside. However, inside your house, there are things that can also...

October 1st, 2016

Boilers are used all year round but once fall and winter come around, the need for heating comes. This is often when people find out that their boiler is not working properly and there is some issue with it. Some minor repairs might be completely by you. But to keep your boiler in a good working condition for long, you should get it serviced.

Many of us don’t know when the boiler needs to be serviced unless it has stopped working. This article will help you identify signs that your...

September 29th, 2016

As summer winds down and fall approaches, it’s time to take a look at your AC unit and close it down for the upcoming winter months. Before you know it, you’ll be opening the windows wide and taking advantage of all that natural cool air! End of season maintenance is a crucial aspect of your HVAC system because it ensures your equipment will be ready to cool your home next summer. Let’s take a look at some key benefits of air conditioning maintenance programs:

Repair Savings

If you...

September 14th, 2016

Finding the right HVAC contractor depends on a few major elements. It's important to find just the right blend of services and offerings from your local provider all the year through, from heating to cooling. In order to make sure you have a well-rounded experience, consider these four must-haves:

1. Service

By maintaining and regularly servicing your HVAC systems, you ensure top-notch performance and resolve any glitches inherent in the system. Catching those problems before they get...

August 25th, 2016

Here at TDI Air, we talk a lot about indoor air quality, which is certainly important. After all, Americans spend more than 90% of their time indoors, even in nice weather. While you already know the importance of indoor air quality -- changing your AC and furnace filters regularly is a must! -- what about the benefits to getting enough fresh outdoor air every day?

Get Outside and Play!

Clear out the lungs, get outside, and play. Summer's here and there's no better time to get out of...

August 16th, 2016

Bad hair days...clothes that stick to your back...the feeling like you're swimming in soup...these are just a few less-than-pleasant side effects of high humidity that summer is known for. At least it's better than snow! That said, humidity can cause a host of problems in addition to lack of comfort. That's why you should follow these tips on how to eliminate humidity from your home.

Hallmarks of Humidity

Technically speaking, the air is considered humid if the moisture level goes...

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