1. How Your Pets Affect Your HVAC

    We all love our fuzzy, four-legged friends. Our pets bring love and light into our lives. They also introduce dander, dirt, and other particulates into our homes and HVAC systems. With pet allergies a concern for many people, many do not realize that their HVAC systems can help reduce these allergies. As New Braunfels leading HVAC repair service, we work with families all over to enjoy the air qua…Read More

  2. More Tips For Better Air Quality

    The quality of air in your home may be poorer than you realize. As people spend more and more of their time indoors, it’s important that you’re breathing clean, fresh air. Despite what the packaging may say, aerosolized air fresheners aren’t doing a great job of cleaning up the air in your home. Instead, follow these handy tips from the pros at Legacy Air Conditioning and Heating in New Brau…Read More

  3. Quick Tips For Better Air Quality

    If you read our last two blogs on indoor air quality myths, you’re likely thinking about the quality of air in your own home. While the best way to determine the quality of air is through a test from Legacy Air Conditioning and Heating, you can start improving your indoor air quality by following these quick tips! Keep Your Floors Clean Your house has plenty of places where dust, dirt, and pollu…Read More

  4. Indoor Air Quality Myths Part 2

    In our last blog post, we at Legacy Air Conditioning and Heating covered some the most pervasive myths when it comes to indoor air quality. To help clear the air, we thought we’d follow up with part two. Let’s dig into these other myths. Seasonal Allergies are an Outdoor Air Concern When the seasons change, so to do our allergic responses. There are some who wait in dreaded anticipation of spr…Read More

  5. Indoor Air Quality Myths

    When it comes to the air we breathe, as long as you can’t see or taste it, many assume that the air is clear and healthy. However, the quality of the air you breathe can make a major impact on your health and wellness. At Legacy Air Conditioning and Heating, we take air quality seriously. To better inform our clients about the importance of clean air, we thought we’d take a look at some common…Read More

  6. Your HVAC New Year’s Resolutions

    Happy New Year! Every January, we’re given a fresh start, a chance to make changes for the better and to grow as people. While it may sound silly, we would be remiss if we didn’t encourage you to take your HVAC system in Santa Clara into consideration when coming up with your New Year’s resolutions. We’re sure that it’ll lead to a more comfortable and welcoming home. Legacy Services Air …Read More

  7. Your Indoor Air Quality This Winter

    While we here in New Braunfels clearly love the nearly year-round warmth we get, the winter months are a welcome break from the heat for some. The hint of frost on your lawn in the morning lends it an otherworldly look. Even the occasional ice storm in the depths of winter have their own kind of charm. The crisp, clean air chills your nostrils as you breathe on your morning walks. But while we mig…Read More

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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