Furnace

Should I Turn Off My Gas Furnace in the Summer?

Summertime high temperatures in St. George, UT, often exceed 100 degrees from June through August. Daytime high temperatures in May, September, and October typically soar past 90 degrees. That means you’ll need all the cooling power your air conditioner can deliver. You’re unlikely to need your gas furnace between May and October, so you might…

Poor Indoor Air

Signs Of Poor Indoor Air Quality

People spend so much time thinking about exercise and water intake but ignore air quality in their houses. Air quality is a vital part of the more significant piece in the health puzzle because you spend most of your time indoors. If you are worried about air quality in your house, you can look out…

Benefits of a Maintenance Plan

As a homeowner, you should take care of your HVAC system like you do your car or any other major appliance. Not only will it last longer, but you’ll save money every month on your energy bills. One of the best ways you can take care of your HVAC system is by signing up for…

How is Ductwork Sized?

When you’re building a new home, remodeling or updating your heating, ventilation or air conditioning system, ducts are a critical part. They’re responsible for transferring the heated or cooled air produced by the heating and cooling system into your St. George, UT, home’s living spaces. Here’s what you need to know about how ducts are…

3 Ways to Keep Your Furnace Clean This Winter

Cold winter weather will soon arrive in St. George, UT, which means it’s time to get your furnace in proper working order. Furnace maintenance is a must, and there are many maintenance tasks you can do on your own between professional tune-ups. When you have an hour of free time, do these three furnace cleaning…

Are UV Air Purifiers Good?

UV air purifiers are one of the newest kinds of air filtration devices to hit the markets. These purifiers are said to alleviate many harmful airborne materials. How effective are they, really, though? Here’s the scoop on today’s UV air purifiers. How UV Air Purifiers Work UV air purifiers work to clean the air using…

Best Heating/Cooling Options for a Finished Basement

Having a finished basement is pointless if it isn’t kept at a comfortable temperature. That’s where Arctic Air of Southern Utah comes into play. We’ll come to your home in the St. George area to evaluate and install a custom heating or cooling system that will make your finished basement as comfortable as your living…

Could Geothermal Heating or Cooling Be Right for You?

There are many reasons why you should consider replacing your traditional HVAC system with a geothermal heating and cooling system. Not only will these save you money, but they will also make your life easier. Here are three reasons why a geothermal system is right for you. Your Geothermal System Cuts Your Electric Bill Instead…

The Pros and Cons of Humidity Control

If you have too much humidity in your home or the air happens to be too dry, you can employ measures to artificially control the humidity. While there are many benefits to humidity control, there are some potential downsides too. At Arctic Air of Southern Utah, we want you to be aware of both the…

Are Humidifiers Good For Your Health

Dehumidifiers continue to grow in popularity due to their numerous benefits. A dehumidifier is an excellent way to reduce excess moisture in the air and create a much more comfortable environment in your home. These devices are especially effective in eliminating musty smells and minimizing condensation. You can also save money each month as a…