If your furnace has been red tagged due to a cracked heat exchanger, it’s time to choose between repairing or replacing your unit. Making this decision, however, is often easier said than done. In order to help you evaluate your current situation and take the right steps forward, here’s a guide to dealing with a […]
The “fiscal cliff” negotiations that dominated the news around New Year’s Day 2013 did not appear to have much benefit for the individual homeowner. However, the 25C tax credits in the fiscal cliff deal did restore some expired energy credits and establish a series of incentives for installing new or upgraded high-efficiency home heating and […]
Ever open a bill and think you’re staring at a made-up language? Reading your gas bill can feel like that sometimes. Many homeowners look at the price, shrug their shoulders, and pay it without a second thought. Educating yourself on the details included in your gas bill can go a long way toward learning how […]
A forced-air system is a real workhorse that faithfully plows along season after season to meet the changing heating and cooling needs of its homeowner. Savvy Dayton area homeowners understand that it pays to take good care of their systems with regular checkups from an HVAC professional, and intermittent spot-checks of the air filter and […]
If you seem to be paying too much for energy in your Dayton area home, changing a few habits can help you lower your monthly bills. When it comes to conserving energy, small things can add up to big savings. Here are seven ways you can lower those high energy bills:
Does your home’s old boiler system seem to be struggling to get the job done? Because you can’t afford to have your heating system break down in the middle of a cold snap, you may want to consider buying a new boiler now. By adhering to this simple guide, you can select the right boiler for […]
Are you planning on buying a heat pump in 2013? Most homeowners don’t have the knowledge necessary to select a heat pump, and require the assistance of a reputable HVAC contractor to navigate the process. That’s the first step when buying a heat pump. The other two steps involve selecting the right efficiency ratings and correctly […]
One simple method that helps you lower utility bills all year long is to program your thermostat for energy savings. With the right energy-savings programs, you’ll awaken to a comfortable temperature, and enjoy substantial energy savings during working and sleeping hours.