• Why Is Spring A/C Replacement A Good Idea?

    Birds are chirping, fragrances and blossoms are around, and everyone is out for some fun activities. Spring does bring joy, and it is a beautiful season. What if we told you that this season is also a great time for you to replace your old A/C with a new, efficient unit?Here’s why spring A/C replacement is a good idea:Manufacturer Deals are EverywhereHomeowners do not think of their HVAC system that much in spring due to moderate weather, and this results in a fewer unit purchase. That is why many HVAC manufacturers offer specials and rebates to encourage homeowners to install new A/C in the offseason. So if you are positive tha... Read More

  • 5 Home Improvement Projects For Spring

    Spring is the perfect time of the year to tackle all home improvement projects and tasks that have taken backseats in the previous months. This season signals a fresh approach for you to revitalize your abode for the warmer weather. But what aspect of home improvement should you focus this spring season?Our team at Kirk Air Conditioning & Heating will tell you some… so keep reading. Repair Your Roof Small holes or damages on your rooftop should be your concern. These little issues caused by heavy winter can lead to major problems over time. Small holes allow water to enter the attic and walls. To spot them, check your shingles... Read More

  • 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

  • Most Common Indoor Air Pollutants in Your Dallas, TX Home

    When we speak about polluted air, the first things to cross your mind are large trucks puffing out grey exhaust and big factories expelling dark, smelly clouds. But, do you know that pollution inside your home is worse than this?According to EPA, some indoor air contaminants can be 100 times greater compared to outdoor pollutants, making poor indoor air quality as one of the top causes of health-related problems today. So, what is in the air you breathe inside your Dallas, TX home? Here are the most common indoor air pollutants:Volatile Organic CompoundsVOCs come from paints, glue, cleaning products, hairsprays, home printers, up... Read More