When your system is in need of service or repair, it’s usually wise to obtain HVAC service quotes from more than one or two contractors. Not only does this give you a variety of professionals to choose from, it gives you a reference point for comparing equipment options and service costs.
Chances are your summer vacation plans didn’t include a failed air conditioner, but with your family’s comfort on the line, you’ve got to act fast.
Family owned and operated since 1978, Detmer & Sons provides quality service and equipment to Dayton area residents. Currently, we hold the Better Business Bureau’s highest possible rating for customer satisfaction. How have we maintained such a high level of customer service for over three decades?
Your heating and cooling heat-pump equipment represents a significant investment on your part. When it’s having problems, it’s best to leave diagnosis and repair to the professionals. After all, you want to keep your heating equipment in top working order. There are, however, a few things any homeowner can do to troubleshoot problems.
When your household is energy efficient, it takes far less energy consumption to provide the same level of summer comfort. What does that mean? It means you spend less on energy costs, freeing up extra cash for fun summer activities.
Are you willing to think outside the box when it comes to air conditioning? Most homeowners think their choices are limited to conventional split or packaged air conditioners with a compressor and an air handler. Some might have one foot outside the box and use a heat pump for both heating and cooling needs. The […]
If you’ve been looking into geothermal heating systems for your home, you probably already know about the many benefits they offer. Geothermal energy can significantly reduce your utility bills and is an environmentally friendly power source, but you may be wondering whether it’s easier and more affordable to maintain a geothermal heat pump than a […]
With a little understanding, you can go a long way. That saying holds true with air-conditioning systems, too. If you understand how the parts work, you can make an educated, informed decision about your next upgrade.