Smog control may be the main environmental worry for Dayton’s many aerospace firms, but for most area home owners, dust reduction is the fastest way to improve IAQ (indoor air quality).
Air conditioning isn’t the only way to get relief from the Dayton summer’s heat and humidity. By improving your home ventilation to bring in fresh air and remove excess moisture, you can enjoy a comfortable home even if you don’t have an air conditioner.
Dayton’s summers can be a challenge, especially when it comes to saving money on heating and cooling. But even when the days are at their muggiest, you can do something to cut cooling costs in your home. Try these strategies:
HVAC installations tend to be large, complex and expensive — not the sort of thing you want to trust to just anyone. Finding a qualified HVAC installer or contractor is too important to play by ear if you want to make sure your HVAC system can take care of your household for years to come. Here are […]
The use of environmentally friendly, energy-efficient construction techniques and materials is becoming more commonplace as owners, builders and tenants realize how much they can benefit from green construction. Here are some ways a LEED-certified facility can benefit your business as a builder, facility owner or tenant.
Over the years, geothermal heating and cooling has developed a reputation as an outstanding source of home comfort. Unfortunately, that reputation has also been tarnished by several myths. Here are five of those myths and the actual facts.
Your air conditioner is responsible for your comfort at home, and if it’s acting up, odds are you’ll experience a few not-so-enjoyable days. If you find yourself with A/C problems on a hot summer day, here are some troubleshooting tips you can use before entering your local HVAC specialist’s service queue:
Unbeknownst to many homeowners, ceiling fans can help warm your home up during the winter and cool you down during the summer. It all comes down to your home’s ceiling fan direction. So, now that the weather’s warming up, you should make sure your fan is in cooling mode.
Making the decision to replace your HVAC system isn’t always straightforward, and it’s definitely not one to make lightly. There are several signs that may indicate it’s time to move ahead with a replacement rather than continuing to pay high energy bills and repair costs.