The ductwork in your home transports air to and from your furnace and air conditioning equipment as needed. Ducts commonly develop air leaks as they get older and seals become weaker, which can lead to significant cost, health and comfort issues in your home.
Replacing a home heating and cooling system is both a big deal and big investment, one that will affect energy bills and your level of home comfort for years. Read on to see why an air-source heat pump may be the best deal and choice for your Dayton area home.
Many homeowners don’t have a very clear idea on whether it’s worthwhile to purchase HVAC extended warranties for their heating and cooling equipment. While the following is not a hard and fast rule, the truth is that in general the original manufacturer’s warranty should be sufficient. Since the parts are covered for years, any uncovered labor costs […]
With Ohio’s cold winters, you rely on your home’s heating system to stay warm. While it keeps your home warm and cozy, it can create dry air that aggravates certain health conditions and reduces home comfort. A humidifier can reduce health problems and increase comfort by adding moisture to the air. Portable or room humidifiers […]
When you’re dealing with a furnace blowing cool air, your immediate inclination might be to call a professional. While there’s a good chance that a technician will be needed in certain situations, the problem might be something simple that you can correct yourself. Here are some troubleshooting tips we’ve compiled in case your furnace isn’t […]
Appliances and fixture in your home breaking down from time to time is a part of life for a homeowner. Sometimes however, when your furnace is ailing, you have to make a tough decision about whether to opt for furnace repair or replacement.
Replacing a furnace isn’t a task that’s easy, cheap or especially enjoyable. This means that for most homeowners, it is worthwhile to extend furnace life as much as practically possible.
Every homeowner wants to save money, right? Understanding simple ways to do it, such as investing in Energy Star qualified products, is the first step to making your house more energy efficient. The Energy Star line of products adheres to strict guidelines to promote maximum efficiency and energy savings.