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  • AC

    The latest posts for AC are listed below.
    • Why a Ductless Mini-Split is Perfect for Your New Addition

      Whether you’re converting an attic or building an in-law suite, a ductless mini-split is your best option for controlling the temperature in your new space. These systems are more efficient than central air systems, providing targeted heating and cooling and relatively simple installation. Why Your Current Central Air System Might Not Work By remodeling your attic or basement, you can instantly ...
    • Try These Air Conditioning Hacks for a Lower Electricity Bill

      With months of temperatures in the high 90s and triple digits to look forward to here in the Bryan-College Station area, you’ll need relief from not only unrelenting heat but sky-high electricity bills, as well. It can be costly to stay cool. Fortunately, there are ways to curb costs without sacrificing comfort. Here’s how. Fan it Up There’s no getting around it. You’ll need to use your air ...

    Heating

    The latest posts for Heating are listed below.
    • 5 Holiday Heating Tips to Ensure Your Guests’ Comfort

      During the holidays, you’ll be spending more time with your family and friends. If you plan to have guests over, comfort should be priority No. 1. Here are a few HVAC tips to help keep everyone warm and cozy. Schedule an HVAC Tune-Up Before the holiday season kicks into high gear, it’s a good idea to schedule an HVAC tune-up. Often, heating problems stem from a lack of maintenance. After an HVAC ...
    • Top 5 Signs of a Furnace Breaking Down

      5 Warning Signs that Your Furnace Needs Repair If you own a home in a colder region, you know how important your furnace is, and you need to maintain your furnace so that you don't find yourself without heat one chilly morning. But sometimes fixes aren't enough. On average, a furnace lasts for about 15 to 20 years. At that point, you might need to replace it . Here are five warning signs that your ...
    • Why Checking for Air Leaks Is Important

      5 Reasons Why You Should Find & Fix Air Leaks in Your Home Have you ever walked through your house on a chilly day in winter and felt a draft of cold air? If that sounds familiar, you may have some air leaks to fix. Here are five reasons why you shouldn't wait to take on this project! 1. Up to 30% of Your Energy Costs May Be Wasted on Leaks Do you know where air could be potentially be leaking in ...

    HVAC

    The latest posts for HVAC are listed below.
    • Which Cooling System Is Right for My Home?

      Brazos County air conditioners can work nine months of the year without taking much of a breather. That's a lot of stress for even the most advanced cooling system, and it can cost you a king’s ransom in utility bills. You can't control the heat, but you can control the air conditioner that you install. Having the right cooling system can save you enough on utility bills for a modest weekend ...
    • Improve Your Indoor Air Quality for a Healthier You

      You’re likely aware that the air you breathe inside your home isn’t exactly pristine. However, your indoor air quality is nothing to ignore. The buildup of dust, dander and household chemicals can take their toll on your health, resulting in symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, and sinus congestion. Here’s how to improve your indoor air quality, and feel healthier as a result. Replace Your Air ...
    • 3 Reasons Why You Absolutely Must Change Your Air Filter

      The air filter has a huge role to play in the performance of your HVAC system . Made of spun fiberglass or pleated fabric, the material effectively traps dirt, dander and debris that would otherwise circulate through your home, making you sneeze, cough and wheeze. So, don’t neglect your filter. Changing out the filter regularly will trim your energy bill, extend the lifespan of your cooling and ...

    Indoor Air Quality

    The latest posts for Indoor Air Quality are listed below.
    • Improve Your Indoor Air Quality for a Healthier You

      You’re likely aware that the air you breathe inside your home isn’t exactly pristine. However, your indoor air quality is nothing to ignore. The buildup of dust, dander and household chemicals can take their toll on your health, resulting in symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, and sinus congestion. Here’s how to improve your indoor air quality, and feel healthier as a result. Replace Your Air ...
    • Buying an HVAC Filter? Be Sure to Check the MERV Rating

      Regularly changing your air filters is an important HVAC maintenance task. Dirty, clogged air filters compromise your heating and cooling system’s performance, resulting in lower comfort and higher energy bills. Replace your filter at least once every three months, but give the MERV rating careful consideration. What’s the MERV Rating? MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value. A filter's ...
    • 3 Reasons Why You Absolutely Must Change Your Air Filter

      The air filter has a huge role to play in the performance of your HVAC system . Made of spun fiberglass or pleated fabric, the material effectively traps dirt, dander and debris that would otherwise circulate through your home, making you sneeze, cough and wheeze. So, don’t neglect your filter. Changing out the filter regularly will trim your energy bill, extend the lifespan of your cooling and ...

    Tips

    The latest posts for Tips are listed below.
    • Energy-Saving Tips for the New Year

      It's not too late to add a new year's resolution to your list, especially when fulfilling it can lead to significant savings. This year, resolve to make your home more energy-efficient. Here’s how. Request HVAC Maintenance As an HVAC company, we naturally think that maintaining your AC and heating unit is one of the most crucial steps to reducing your energy bills. We're not alone, though; the EPA ...
    • 5 Holiday Heating Tips to Ensure Your Guests’ Comfort

      During the holidays, you’ll be spending more time with your family and friends. If you plan to have guests over, comfort should be priority No. 1. Here are a few HVAC tips to help keep everyone warm and cozy. Schedule an HVAC Tune-Up Before the holiday season kicks into high gear, it’s a good idea to schedule an HVAC tune-up. Often, heating problems stem from a lack of maintenance. After an HVAC ...
    • Spring Cleaning Tips

      At Superior Air Repair, we know that as the weather becomes warmer, we have customers who want to clean their homes or businesses to have the buildings ready for spring. Here are some of the best tips for cleaning during the spring. Eliminate Clutter First Eliminating clutter from a building first is one of the best things to do in the spring. This means that you should sort through the kitchen ...
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