If your furnace is red tagged, that likely means there’s a crack in the heat exchanger. A technician performing a tune-up or repair may spot the issue. With the discovery of this problem, your furnace is no longer permitted to operate because the crack may leak poisonous carbon monoxide gas into your home. If the […]
It’s vital that the air we breathe within our own homes be as clean as possible. Reducing the amount of dust in the air can mean significantly improving indoor air quality. Let’s look at seven ways to cut down on dust in your home.
Tankless water heaters provide a cost-effective and energy-efficient alternative to traditional storage tank models. Whereas water heaters with tanks pre-heat water and store it in a large drum until it’s needed, tankless alternatives only heat water on demand. Given the amount of energy it takes to pre-heat water, a tankless water heater can dramatically reduce […]
Is part of your house too cold, while another part is too hot?
An air filtration system provides an effective first level of cleaning for your home’s indoor air. In combination with a high-efficiency filter, an air purifier removes many of the more common airborne particles and contaminants, including dust, mold, pollen and animal dander. Filters will also remove some microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses, but their […]
Southwest Ohio is known for its weather extremes: bone-chilling cold in the winter and scorching temperatures in the summer. This means your heating and cooling equipment is often called upon to keep things comfortable for your business. One way to ensure your employees and customers remain cool indoors despite the rising outside temperature is to […]
Geothermal heating is an energy- and cost-efficient way to heat and cool your home. It takes advantage of the stable temperature that’s found a few feet below ground and could be a very good way to heat and cool your home.
A programmable thermostat can provide your home with significant energy and cost savings. However, if you don’t use it properly, you will not get the maximum amount of benefit from your investment. Follow these simple operating tips for programmable thermostats for the maximum energy savings and cost savings possible in your Southwest Ohio home: