When you have a furnace replacement looming, the most important step is finding a contractor who will conduct a load calculation to find the precise size heating system for you home. A contractor who simply goes by the size of your existing furnace, or uses a discredited “rule of thumb” sizing method, is taking a […]
Are dust and allergies making it hard to enjoy yourself inside your home? A few changes to your habits can lead to much better indoor-air quality.
Coming back to a safe and sound home following a winter getaway is essential. Who wants to return to a house that’s been ransacked or in need of a long list of repairs? Maintaining energy efficiency is necessary while on vacation to ensure you’re not paying too much to heat an empty house. Check out the following […]
Any time you choose to install new heating equipment, quality installation is a must. Your condensing gas furnace installation is no different; it needs to be installed the right way to function properly. Avoiding installation errors can benefit your household and offer typical heating savings of up to 35 percent. Keep these points in mind when […]
Dual-fuel heating is a relatively new way to keep your home warm this winter. It allows your home to get its heat from either a heat pump or furnace depending on the situation, which can turn an air-source heat pump into a viable option.
A geothermal heat pump is an efficient and effective way to heat and cool your Dayton area home. Understanding your geothermal installation will help make sure it’s properly maintained, and that your family will remain comfortable for years to come.
Most Dayton area homeowners know what thermostat means, but if you’re among those unfamiliar with more obscure furnace glossary terms, the following guide should be a big help.
When the winter months arrive, the last thing you want to deal with is an improperly operating furnace. In order to ensure that you and your family stay warm during the upcoming winter, we have compiled six easy furnace fixes that you can try before you call in a professional:
Air source heat pumps operate using three cycles to provide both a heating and cooling solution for your home. Whether you already own one or are looking to buy a heat pump, you should have an understanding of how these cycles work in the context of how your heat pump operates.