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  • Allergy and Asthma Statistics

    Do you have any idea how many people in the United States are sensitive to pollen, dust, dander, and other airborne irritants? Well, let us find out through this post. Take a look at the allergy and asthma statistics from the  American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, the American Lung Association, and the Centers for Disease Control.Statistics for AsthmaAsthma is the medical condition in which your airways are narrowing, swelling, and producing extra mucus. This condition can make your breathing difficult and eventually triggers wheezing, coughing, and breathing shortness. While asthma may seem a minor nuisance for othe... Read More

  • The 4 Different Types of HVAC Systems

    When you heard about the HVAC system, maybe the first thing to cross your mind is heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, and it is the equipment used to make homes comfortable. The truth is there are different types of HVAC systems that come in different specs and sizes. Surprised? Then maybe this calls for an HVAC lesson! Here are the four (4) types of HVAC systems: Heating and Cooling Split Systems The most common type of HVAC system is the split system. It is a traditional system, with components that are placed inside and outside the house. It is a system situated in large parts of the house, and each part works hand-in-hand to ... Read More

  • HVAC Demand Increasing Across the U.S.

    According to a recent study released by The Fredonia Group, the demand for HVAC equipment across the United States this year will increase to 6.8% with sales amount of $20.4 billion. This record shows nearly twofold of the heating and cooling demand rate on 2009 to 2014 period. This study presents the data of demand from 2004, 2009, and 2014, as well as forecasts the data on 2019 and 2024 by equipment, fuel type and market, with considerations to different factors that come into play. Demand for High Efficient HVAC System The study reports that a huge part of the development is viewed to be the gain in building construction expenditures, pa... Read More

  • How Long Will My Heating System Last?

    If you currently use an out-dated heating system in your Dallas, TX home, maybe you would ask “how long will it last?” While answering this question can be difficult due to a lot of factors at play, our team Kirk Air Conditioning & Heating provide you with helpful information you might consider along the way. What is the Average Lifespan of My Heating System? A brand new and energy-efficient heating system that receives proper maintenance can last up to 15 years. If your existing unit is about to reach the end of its lifespan, you can be certain that replacement will be needed eventually. Also, for those who have new units but did... Read More