Justice Incorporated Blog : Archive for March, 2017

Ways to Combat Allergy Season with Indoor Air Quality Services

Monday, March 20th, 2017

Dandelion-in-FieldThe weather is steadily warming up here in Corpus Christi, TX. We experience a short winter season, but spring has only officially started and we’re already seeing temperatures in the 80s. It won’t be long now before the serious heat of summer hits us and settles in for many months.

Your first concern during this time of year is preparing the air conditioning system for the heavy work ahead. But these early days of warmth bring in problems aside from the heat. This is allergy season, the time of year when the pollen count in the air spikes and people start to suffer from allergic reactions. Allergy problems can start as early as when the weather begins to warm up. The first warmer temperatures cause plants to pollinate, and these conditions will last until the high heat of the middle of the summer.

There are a number of ways to protect yourself from the sniffles, coughs, and headaches of allergy season with indoor air quality service from professionals: talk to our HVAC technicians today and they’ll help see that you have the best installations for your home to keep everyone healthy until the pollen count drops again in mid-summer. (more…)

March Is in Like a Lamb This Time: Be Ready with HVAC Services

Monday, March 6th, 2017

cooling-and-heating-badgeThere’s a saying found in many farmers’ almanacs dating back to the 18th century—and probably from much earlier—that “March comes in like a lion and leaves like a lamb.” This is a short acknowledgement of the basic facts of the seasons: when March begins, it’s winter; when it ends, it’s spring. (This year, specifically, spring starts on March 20, the date of the vernal equinox when the periods of night and day are equal. After this, longer days will start to become the norm until the summer solstice in June.)

However, “in like a lion, out like a lamb” is only a proverb—and you’ve probably seen the opposite happen. In fact, the reverse version of the phrase is almost as common. March is a time of highly unpredictable weather, when it can seem as if summer has already arrived, only to have a cold snap sneak in later the same week. (more…)