Advanced Home Comfort Blog

Is it Time to Consider Vapor Barriers for Your Crawl Space?

Posted - September 11, 2020
Your home’s crawl space is an essential part of your total home’s health. A crawl space promotes air circulation through your home Read More

Warning Signs Your Attic’s Insulation is Failing

Posted - August 31, 2020
Your attic’s insulation is essential to your home’s comfort. It’s the material that literally holds your home’s conditioned air Read More

6 Benefits of Crawl Space Encapsulation

Posted - August 14, 2020
Texas homes are known to have a crawl space that serves as an extra layer of protection between the building itself and the soil below Read More

Top Considerations Before Replacing Your HVAC Unit

Posted - July 17, 2020
One of the biggest improvements in a home’s health is the replacement of an old or broken HVAC system. If you feel like your home is Read More

Commercial AC Maintenance Tips Going Into The Summer

Posted - May 29, 2020
Texas summers can be a real scorcher on your business’ air conditioning units. Not only are they working hard to keep your employees Read More

4 Heat Loss Sources in Your Home

Posted - January 12, 2020
Everyone enjoys the coziness of a warm home during the few cold winter days in Dallas, Texas. To your surprise, your home may not be Read More

6 Ways Dirty Ducts Can Affect Your Health

Posted - January 7, 2020
Having the air ducts in your Plano, Texas, home cleaned can greatly improve your indoor air quality. But what happens when you put it Read More

4 HVAC Sounds You Should Never Ignore

Posted - December 18, 2019
It’s normal for the HVAC system in your Dallas, Texas, home to click on and hum when it operates. However, if the system makes other Read More

4 Questions to Ask Before Replacing Your HVAC System

Posted - November 10, 2019
If your HVAC system is more than 20 years old or in need of major repair work, it’s time to consider replacing it with a more Read More

Ways to Avoid VOCs and Improve Allergy Symptoms

Posted - November 1, 2019
Volatile organic compounds, also known as VOCs, are gases released into the air from everyday products that impact indoor air quality. Read More