How To Improve Indoor Air Quality Naturally

February 12, 2021

Fresh air is essential for comfortable living, but getting that air is not always a guarantee, thanks to all the pollutants. There are home pollutants such as dust, fire retardants, and chemicals that won’t allow you to enjoy the fresh air. Poor quality air has various effects on the body, including breathing problems, flu, asthma, and lung issues. But your hands are not tied when it comes to getting fresh air. There are natural ways to improve indoor air quality and keep your entire family healthy. 1. Maintain a Clean House You can

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How Often Should I Schedule My Duct Cleaning

December 18, 2020

If you’re having trouble with your HVAC system, it’s very possible that a mechanical component in the system needs attention from Woodward Heating. However, another possible culprit behind HVAC problems is clogged ducts. Since ducts, by themselves, don’t make noise or cause strange smells, they can be easy to overlook when looking for problems. That’s why regular duct cleaning is vital to ensure you prevent clogs in your ducts so you can more easily narrow down the source of an HVAC problem in your Salem home. Why Clean Your Ducts? Before you determine how often you should

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How to Deal With Clogged Air Ducts

September 20, 2020

Whether air gets heated or cooled, HVAC fans help circulate air into the home. Like water traveling through a hose, there needs to be a conduit to deliver the heated and cooled air. Air ducts provide the passageway, and the passage leads to vents. Air exits the vents and then enter the interior of your home. You may adjust your thermostat if you wish to alter the temperature. The way an HVAC system works seems somewhat simple. The “simple” process involves several components working together to deliver the desired outcome. Things don’t always work correctly, though.

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HVAC and Airborne Viruses: Separating Fact from Fiction

August 2, 2020

With all the talk of the COVID-19 pandemic, many homeowners in Salem, OR, wonder if their heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems will offer protection against viruses. Some people fear that a poor HVAC system will make viruses spread more through a household. Because Salem has cool winters, rainy springs and autumns and warm summers, you’ll be using your heating and cooling system almost every day of the year. The information about COVID-19 is changing as scientists learn more about the virus that causes this disease, and there’s a lot of misinformation online. Read on to learn some myths and

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