Baggett Heating and Cooling wants you to know the lows and highs about humidity Individual preference toward relative humidity in your home to make you comfortable is one thing, but levels that are too high or too low can cause health problems. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission suggests a relative humidity level of between…More
Category: Air Quality
Breathe Easy Air Quality System is the Perfect Gift for Your Home
No matter the type or size, our home is our castle. It protects us from the outdoors and shields us from the weather. The quality of air in our homes is just as important. Adding a Breathe Easy System to your home can be the perfect gift for you and your family this holiday season….More
How Important is the Indoor Air Quality of your Clarksville Home during the Winter?
It’s already been a long cold winter. Most of us are staying inside our homes as much as possible to stay warm. We’re sure you have made a special effort to keep the cold air out and allow your home to be as energy efficient as possible. You’ve done a good job keeping out that…More
Breathe Easy this Holiday with the Perfect Gift for the Family
Looking for the perfect gift for the whole family this holiday season? Look no further! What about a Breathe Easy System to improve the indoor air quality of your Clarksville, TN home? When you consider how much time we each spend in our homes, shouldn’t the air we breathe be as clean and fresh as…More
3 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality
If you’re living in Clarksville or Montgomery County and looking to improve the indoor air quality of your home, we can help. The experienced professionals at Baggett Heating & Cooling have three ways to improve indoor air quality. #1 Clean Your Air Ducts Over time, all kinds of thing accumulate in air ducts lowering the quality of air…More
Exploring the Benefits of Low Level C02 Monitors and Detection in Clarksville TN!
Indoor air quality is an important aspect of any HVAC system. However maintaining indoor air quality extends far beyond removing irritants such as dust and allergens from the air. In fact it’s often the particles you can’t see, smell, or taste that are the most dangerous, if not fatal. According to the U.S. Centers for…More