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Is my HVAC system causing problems?


Published: March 18, 2015
One of the greatest things about people is that we can learn to adapt to just about anything. Unfortunately, that’s also why most people don’t notice some of the problems being caused by outdated or poorly maintained HVAC equipment.

However, there are a few telltale signs of poor indoor air quality: have you ever woken up in a bad mood from tossing and turning on your hot second floor? Or had to sleep on the couch downstairs to keep cool? Have you ever found yourself coughing, sneezing, or wheezing from dusty air in your home? Or had aching joints from cold, clammy air in your home during the summer? Or found yourself feeling irritable because every time your furnace comes on, you have to turn up the volume on the TV or bury your head under your pillow?

Most people don’t notice or simply accept these problems as the norm in their home. It’s hard to imagine life without them, since these same problems are repeated every day, in millions of homes across America – and most are caused by indoor air quality.

But imagine this: you come home each day to a home where the temperature is comfortable and even in every room. In the winter, you no longer wake up with a dry nose and mouth or itchy, cracked skin – your humidifier keeps the air at a comfortable 40% humidity. In the spring and fall, you can breathe easy knowing that the pollen and dust from outdoors is getting caught in your MERV 10 filter instead of circulating through your home. In the summer, you no longer wake up shivering in sticky, damp sheets since your air conditioner draws all of that summer humidity right out of the house. In fact, you sleep soundly all year round because your HVAC system does all of this without making a sound.

To top it all off, you are pleasantly surprised every month because you’re saving so much money on your gas and electric bills, while your friends and family complain about their bills all year long. In fact, your HVAC system runs with such efficiency, such peaceful quiet, with such simple and intuitive controls that you never have to worry about it at all.

At RCM Heating and Cooling, we are firm believers in choosing an HVAC system based on comfort and efficiency. There is a big difference between a cheaply installed generic furnace and a professionally installed top quality unit. We are focused on quality and creating a real, tangible difference for you and your family. Let us work with you to design a custom system that will keep you comfortable, worry-free, and will serve you well for years to come.


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