Ambient Comfort LLC Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Cape May County’

What Type of Air Filter Do I Need?

Monday, May 24th, 2021

When looking at your options for air filtration in Cape May County, NJ, you’ve got a lot to think about! There are so many different types of contaminants that have infiltrated our homes these days, that it can be a little overwhelming for a homeowner doing their own research. We want to open this blog post with a PSA: you can always call our team for advice when it comes to the health and security of your indoor air.

However, if you’re just window shopping on the internet, then we’d like to talk today about a specific type of air filter—the High Capture filter. While you might be able to find a whole slew of air filtration systems at your local hardware store, none of them will be as helpful or powerful as a high capture filter that’s installed by our team. Keep reading as we get into the details below!

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What’s the Point of a Humidifier?

Monday, February 15th, 2021

We’re excited to offer some special promotions centered around humidifiers this month, but we need to make it clear how valuable these systems can be. Humidifier service in Cape May County, NJ isn’t a joke—it can seriously benefit you, your family, and your furniture in ways you never thought possible. Winter air in this area, especially in Avalon, Ocean City, and Sea Isle City, gets incredibly dry due to the drop in temperature. This dryness will make you mildly uncomfortable and also do some serious harm to your home.

A humidifier is a system that’s built to protect your home from what can go wrong due to dry air. Cracked furniture, cracked skin, and staying resistant to germs is a reality that is only brought about with the help of a humidification system. Keep reading so we can get into the details about how these systems work, and why our promotion is such a huge deal.

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Can Too Much Humidity Hurt Your AC?

Monday, June 24th, 2019

air-conditioner-next-to-brick-houseWe may have a bit of a reputation for chilly and often quite snowy winters, but that doesn’t mean that our summers don’t pack quite the punch. With soaring temperatures and excess moisture in the air, it’s easy to feel uncomfortable in your home—at least, without the right indoor air quality products and air conditioning system in place, that is.

That said, one indoor air quality problem in particular—high humidity—not only impacts comfort but can damage your air conditioner, too, leaving your home muggy and uncomfortable. Fortunately, there’s a great way to prevent all this. The installation of a whole-house dehumidifier!

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