Lennox Dealer Since 1941
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Secrets of your HVAC system
Your heating and cooling system is critical to the health of your home or commercial building. A properly maintained system will filter out allergens from the air that you breathe and maintain the proper humidity for the structure. Keeping your system in tune requires more than a casual observation.
Common Furnace / HVAC Repairs
One of the hardest working parts of your furnace is your heat exchanger. It expands and contracts as it heats and cools which weakens it over time. A cracked heat exchanger could pump toxic carbon monoxide into your living space. It also makes your HVAC system less efficient. You should have your furnace inspected prior to each winter. Staley’s will fully inspect your system to assure its safe operation and offer service if it is in need of repairs. Even when everything is working perfectly you could have trouble with air flow through your home. Not using certain rooms any more? Or perhaps you are using areas of the home you have not in the past. The ductwork should be balanced to provide the heating and cooling throughout your home in the most efficient and comfortable manner. The balance of your air flow will make a huge difference in drafts and hot or cold spots. Our technicians are trained to evaluate and address system problems to provide you with the most comfortable and healthy environment.
Staley’s became a Lennox dealer in 1946. We are proud to be the oldest Lennox dealer in Genesee County and a member of an elite group of Dave Lennox Premier Dealers. Lennox offers a full range of equipment that will satisfy the needs of large commercial systems as well as small residential needs. Visit Lennox to learn more about their commitment to the manufacture of heating and cooling equipment.
Heating, Cooling and Plumbing Service
With 15 service vans on the road, Staley’s is busy every day helping solve heating, cooling and plumbing challenges. Our technicians will treat your property with respect, always wearing booties inside and cleaning up after the job is done. To save on routine HVAC maintenance and avoid costly problems, set up a Planned Service Contract.
Top 8 Ways to control allergies
- Turn on your A/C. Your air conditioning system not only filters the air inside your home, it helps remove excess moisture that can lead to allergy-triggering mold and mildew. Buy a humidity gauge at a home improvement store; if your home’s humidity registers above 50% with the air conditioner on, your system may not be sized properly.
- Change your furnace filter. Inspecting and replacing your furnace filter regularly helps your HVAC system filter out allergens more efficiently.
- Install an air purifier like the PureAir™ Air Purification System from Lennox. Air purifiers remove small, breathable particles of dust, dirt, pollen and allergens to improve your home’s air quality. The PureAir system also removes airborne mold spores, bacteria, viruses, odors and chemical vapors to help you breathe a sigh of relief.
- Kill mold now. If you’re allergic to pollen and pet dander, you’re probably sensitive to mold spores, too. Mold loves to grow where it’s warm and damp (like the bathroom), so each week, clean bath mats in hot water and clean the corners of your shower or tub. Always turn on the ventilation fan while you’re taking a shower.
- Use a germicidal light to kill contaminants. Ultraviolet lights, like the Healthy Climate® UV Germicidal Light, attach to your home’s furnace or air handler, destroying contaminants at their source and removing them before the air is recirculated into your home.
- Clean your duct work. Allergens and pollutants gather in the duct work over time. Locally, we use Dust Busters.
- Inspect your humidification system, if installed, regularly.
- Upgrade to a HEPA filter for your furnace and A/C.