If you keep your present home long enough, eventually you’ll be faced with a decision: should you repair or replace the HVAC system? The combined average life expectancy of heating and cooling equipment is about 15 years. However, a lot depends upon whether the units have received regular preventive maintenance by a qualified HVAC professional, […]
Although some variations in room temperatures are normal in any home, the presence of serious hot and cold spots isn’t. They could be a sign of serious air leaks in your home’s envelope or a problem with the HVAC system. Finding the root causes and dealing with them not only restores comfort, but it will […]
Keeping your home’s living spaces comfortable involves more than providing heating and cooling. It also requires maintaining a certain level of moisture in the air – humidity – that contributes to your comfort. Too much humidity, however, can cause significant problems, including damage to your home’s structure, your belongings and even your health. Here are some signs […]
No room needs adequate ventilation like your bathrooms. Unless you have an indoor swimming pool, they’re the wettest rooms in your home. Bathing, steamy hot water, toilet flushing and other methods of water usage produce the most humid indoor atmosphere in what is also usually the most enclosed room of the house.
Fall is upon us, which means that it’s time to start planning for your annual HVAC maintenance. This will ensure that your heating system is ready for a winter of efficient, effective, and safe operation. The real question is whether you should handle this service as a one-off or if you should set up a […]
With so many choices of air filters on the market today, it really takes some homework to choose the right one specific to your HVAC system. Additionally, you may want a filter that enhances indoor air quality (IAQ) for a more healthful and comfortable home. Use this guide to discover air filter qualities that will […]
With the fall season upon the Dayton area, take advantage of the milder temperatures to prepare your HVAC system for the heating months. You’ll save energy and make your home safer and more comfortable. Use these five tips for fall HVAC maintenance as your guide.
How often do you see your HVAC specialist for furnace services? If it’s less than once a year, you’re missing out on the great benefits that come with an annual tuneup. A little standard maintenance before winter hits can save you major expenses down the road.