1. Improving Your Indoor Air Quality

    In our last blog on indoor air quality, we covered the idea of indoor air quality, and how it can impact your comfort and health. As people spend more time indoors, the need for higher quality indoor air increases. Homes with cleaner, more pure air have occupants who are healthier and enjoy spending time in their homes more. Legacy Services Air Conditioning & Heating is back with some clever w…Read More

  2. What Is Indoor Air Quality?

    As concerns about global climate change continue to weigh on the world, part of the discussion that’s occurring is about air quality. While outdoor air quality is a global concern, the quality of air inside your home is one that is ever more pressing for you and your family. As people spend more time indoors, the need for clean air indoors grows increasingly important. In today’s blog post, Le…Read More

  3. Why A House Needs To Breathe

    Homeowners often throw around the phrase “your house needs to breathe.” It seems strange to think of a house breathing, but just like how the human body needs to circulate fresh air to clean out our systems, so too do our houses. The air inside of our homes is made up of moisture, odors, gases, dust, and other air pollutants. To ensure the best quality of living in your home, you’ll want to …Read More

  4. Why You Should Get Your Home Air Quality Tested—Part 2

    Hello, readers, and welcome back to our blog. Here at Legacy Heating and Air Conditioning, we know residents in the New Braunfels area want the air quality in their homes to be at its best for the health and safety of their loved ones. It’s unsettling thinking about all the strange pollutants that may be floating around in the air within your home. In our last blog post, we began exploring some …Read More

  5. Why You Should Get Your Home Air Quality Tested—Part 1

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog. At Legacy Heating and Air Conditioning, we know residents in the New Braunfels area value the air quality in their homes. It can be quite scary thinking about all the strange things that may be floating around in the air within your home. While most people stay on top of scheduling regular carpet cleanings or oil changes on their vehicles to ensure everything i…Read More

  6. Testing Your Indoor Air

    We take for granted that the air in our homes and workplaces are clean and healthy for us to breathe, but often these environments are more dangerous than they appear. Since we now take drastic measures to ensure that our homes are sealed to be nearly airtight, airborne toxins are allowed to continue circulating through your home’s internal air. While air conditioning systems contain filtration …Read More