Many Dayton homeowners think their A/C system is something they can just set and forget. If it works, why bother checking it? As it turns out, forgetting about your A/C could prove a costly decision later on. The following outlines a few things that could be bad for your A/C if you don’t do them.
Dayton can be a great place to live, but during some months, the climate can leave a lot to be desired. That’s why managing your home comfort is so important. Be aware of these factors that affect home comfort to make your home a haven from both the summer heat and winter chill.
Is it all but impossible to please everyone in your home with the same temperature setting? Does your Dayton home have hot and cold spots and comfort is anything but uniform? These are some of the questions that can help determine if an HVAC zoning system would benefit your home. Read on to learn more.
You’re probably used to hearing the furnace and air conditioner switching on and off during the day. Much of what you’re hearing is actually the air handler pushing air through the ductwork, which carries sound through your home. These starts and stops happen because most air handlers only have “on” and “off” setting. In order […]
Humidity can be a major problem for Ohio homeowners. When excess levels of moisture are able to accumulate in your indoor air, you and your family will experience a great deal of discomfort, your indoor air quality will be compromised, your air conditioner may run less efficiently. It’s important to understand the signs of humidity […]
The air conditioner in your Dayton home is a complex system that helps to keep you comfortable by removing heat and humidity from the air. Knowing the following points about air conditioning can help you keep it running smoothly.
Are you planning to remodel the attic to increase your home’s living space? If so, you’ll need to decide how to cool the newly finished area in the most cost-effective way possible. Discussing air conditioning for an attic remodel with a knowledgeable HVAC professional is a wise first step. Here are two options to consider.
Take a deep breath. How confident are you that your indoor air is clean and safe to inhale? Unless you’re sure that your ductwork is sealed and intact, you and your family could be breathing air pollution on a daily basis. Leaky ducts have been known to lead to poor indoor air quality that can significantly […]
When you’re setting your thermostat, you have the choice to run the fan in the HVAC system. You can have it constantly running by choosing the “on” setting, or running it only during the heating or cooling cycle with the “auto” setting. Both choices have advantages and disadvantages, depending on the circumstances.