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Ask Dirk: Does the humidity level in your home affect your health?

If the humidity in your home is too low or too high, it can have overall effects on your general health. Living in Northern Nevada, we typically experience quite low levels of outdoor humidity. Learn about the impact different humidity levels can have on your health and what the ideal humidity range is for indoor air quality. Humidity that is too high or too low The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends keeping indoor humidity between 30% and 50%. Factors that can [...]

2023-08-10T14:42:16-07:00August 10th, 2023|

Roper’s HVAC delivers 50 new fans for Carson City seniors

Dirk Roper, owner and CEO of Roper’s Heating and Air Conditioning, pulled up to the Carson City Senior Center with a pallet full of 50 brand new fans to donate as part of the KOLOCares 2023 Fan Drive to help Carson City seniors stay cool this summer. Over the past four years, Roper’s has donated nearly 400 new fans to the Senior Center for distribution to local seniors. Last year, Roper donated a total of 189 fans. Now, Roper and the [...]

2023-07-20T10:32:37-07:00July 20th, 2023|

June Kicks off KoloCares 2023 Fan Drive for Carson City Senior Center

  June Kicks off KOLOCares 2023 Fan Drive for Carson City Senior Center It's that time of year again! KOLOCares has begun their 2023 Fan Drive and we are looking for new, in-the-box fans for seniors in need this summer. Last year, Roper's Heating and Air Conditioning donated nearly 189 fans to the Carson City Senior Center, and almost 400 fans total in the past four years. This year we hope to have enough fans for every senior in [...]

2023-06-27T15:43:05-07:00June 27th, 2023|

Ask Dirk: Why Should I Have a Carbon Monoxide Detector?

Carbon Monoxide, or CO, alarms are designed to alert you of any build-up of CO in your home. According to the CDC, CO is an odorless, colorless gas found in homes. Sources include fumes from cars or trucks, small engines, stoves, lanterns, grills, fireplaces, gas ranges, and furnaces. Inhalation of more than average CO build-up can be deadly to you and your pets. Average levels of CO in homes without gas stoves can range from 0.5 to 5 parts per million, [...]

2023-02-27T15:45:23-08:00February 27th, 2023|

Why Should I Replace My HVAC System?

Replacing your HVAC system is an investment. In fact, it’s one of the five largest expenses most homeowners incur. With that in mind, here are four reasons you should consider when thinking about an HVAC replacement: If your HVAC system is approaching or beyond 20 years of age: Older systems are more likely to fail, and you might get one thing fixed just to have another one break. Older systems may not be very efficient, as the older they get the [...]

2023-01-04T17:11:18-08:00January 4th, 2023|