We all love our furry family members and the joy they bring us is immeasurable. However, pets can increase the wear and tear on your HVAC components without extra HVAC maintenance. Because pet hair and dander can affect health, here are additional HVAC maintenance tips for pet owners to keep their home and the air in it healthy and safe.
While you’re busy completing your typical spring cleaning checklist this season, don’t neglect an important part of your home that is often overlooked: your HVAC system. To ensure you don’t miss anything, we’ve compiled a comprehensive spring checklist for your HVAC system to keep it running at maximum efficiency. Conducting a minor amount of spring cleaning to the inside and the outside air conditioning unit will also help you prepare for your semiannual service appointment with your HVAC professional and ensure that your system keeps you cool during the warmer months to follow.
The Spring months are once again upon us, and with the warmer weather beginning to blossom, it’s now only a matter of weeks before you kick the thermostat onto AC mode for the first time in nearly six months. But what’s this? The air coming out of your air conditioning isn’t cooling the house? Is the air from the blower, room temperature or slightly hotter? Let’s look at answering a question that many Knoxville home owners will be asking in the coming months: Why is my AC Blowing Hot Air.
For businesses faced with the prospect of having to replace or upgrade their current HVAC System in 2018, we have some fantastic news. Revised for the better in 2018, Section 179 offers an extremely valuable business depreciation deduction for business owners who have been putting off installing a new HVAC system. Section 179 is an important small business tax credit that has been around for a while and has historically allowed for business owners to write off business expenses on mainly business-use vehicles and non-fixture items inside the office building such as computers, printers, copiers, etc. With the new tax laws signed into law in this year, however, business property owners can apply this tax advantage to HVAC equipment up to $2.5 million dollars with a $1 million-dollar deduction limit.