‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and All Through the House…

When considering your comfort “all through the house,” Alaskan Air Conditioning and Heating is thinking about more than just the thermostat on the wall or the condensing unit outside. Your comfort is not only designed in the HVAC system itself, but “all through the house.” Here’s how our equipment, services and installation consider the ENTIRE home to provide you and your family with TOTAL COMFORT including energy savings and better health and safety.

Family room:

Clean air in the spaces where you spend the most time is critical to your good health and more comfort. The family room, especially, is one of those rooms where healthy clean air should be very important. Why? Because you probably spend as much time there as anywhere in your home.

Many of us attribute our sneezing and runny noses to allergies caused by outdoor seasonal triggers, yet the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has determined that the air inside can be at minimum 2 to 5 times more polluted than outside. Yet, many tend to think that the system pumping that air in our home, the HVAC, as a only means to cool a room when it’s hot or heat a room when it’s cold. But, a well-designed system does more than pump cold and hot air into our space. It provides the clean air and maintains a consistent temperature to promote healthy indoor air quality. We have add-on’s to improve the quality of air for your healthiest living equipment and ductwork. Ask Alaskan Air Conditioning and Heating about our many indoor air quality solutions including UV lights, filter change services, air cleaners and purifiers, and more! Also, when you forego routine HVAC maintenance, pollutants can get trapped inside your equipment and ductwork. Ask Alaskan Air Conditioning and Heating about our many indoor air quality solutions.

Guest bedroom:

For some reason, we all have that room that is too hot or too cold. It can be embarrassing when guests ask how to make it more comfortable and you don’t have the answer. It’s most likely a problem in the air ducts. Much like a person’s heart can’t pump blood to the body without the help of arteries and veins, your heating and air conditioning can’t deliver comfortable air to your home without the help of air ducts. Our comprehensive duct inspection will determine if you need duct sealing or a bit of duct reconstruction to help the air flow better into the rooms that are just not comfortable. But, no worries, we do both! For more information on duct services, call Alaskan Air Conditioning and Heating.

Kitchen:

The kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s where we all want to hang out…unless odors, moisture and other pollutants from poor ventilation and/or dirty ducts and the home systems in it make that space undesirable. If that is the case in your kitchen, ask us about a better ventilation system. Whole House Ventilation Systems exchange polluted indoor air for cleaner outdoor air, without changing the temperature of your home. It’s a great solution for the problems a poorly constructed kitchen may cause.

Bonus room:

Too many days this room goes unused because it doesn’t have a heating or cooling solution. Ductless min-splits can give you your favorite space back all year long! Ductless mini-splits offer homeowners a cost-effective, energy efficient way to heat and cool challenging small to medium-sized spaces. Ductless systems are perfect for room additions, enclosed patios, garages, and bonus rooms without space for duct work (or has inadequate duct work.) Ductless mini-splits are a quick and easy installation; in most cases taking only a day to install. For a free estimate on the ductless min-split system right for your space, call Alaskan Air Conditioning and Heating.

Hallway:

CO/smoke detectors save lives! It’s that simple. Every home should have two or more of these to ensure the safety of your family. Not only is it important to regularly maintain your carbon monoxide detectors by testing the batteries, it is also important to install them in the right locations in your home. Carbon monoxide detectors should be installed in or near rooms where there is a possibility of a threat so that CO can be detected at its earliest release. That’s anywhere you have something that has potential to combust in the home—near a furnace closet, fireplace, washer, dryer, etc. For a safety evaluation of your home for potential CO leaks and/or smoke dangers, call Alaskan Air Conditioning and Heating. We’ll recommend and install the right monitors for your home.

Attics and the ductwork:

According to EnergyStar, the average home loses about 20% of its airflow to leaks, holes, and poor connections in their ductwork and to the attic, if you have one. Those leaks cost you money…in higher utility bills!  Repair and proper sealing from Alaskan Air Conditioning can eliminate that air loss and keep your home more comfortable. Read more about the benefits of Aeroseal® Duct Sealing to seal the leaks that are costing you in efficiency and comfort here.

Eliminate “creatures who stir” and provide the comfort your guests will want to come home to time and time again with our solutions.Alaskan Air Conditioning and Heating: Your best choice contractor when considering a WHOLE HOUSE COMFORT SOLUTION.

By |2018-12-20T00:14:00+00:00December 20th, 2018|Uncategorized|Comments Off on ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas and All Through the House…

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Alaskan Air Conditioning and Heating has over 45 years of experience in providing home and business owners with the best quality service for all their air conditioning and heating needs.

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