Understanding how your vents work can help make your home more efficient and more comfortable.
Smart HVAC systems are meant to solve problems that traditional systems can’t.
Most HVAC systems send a uniform amount of heating or cooling to each area of the home, but climate requirements can differ from room to room.
Since windows are among the top sources of heat gain, adding heat-reducing window treatments puts you ahead in the game.
A condensate drain is responsible for draining away the condensation that results when your air conditioner removes humidity from the home’s air.
When it’s time to outfit your home with a new cooling system, employ air conditioner ratings in making your decision. These ratings show how efficiently an A/C turns electricity into cooling for the home, which will have a big impact on your household budget and comfort over the long term.
The hot, humid summer and early fall in the Dayton area doesn’t just make your hair frizzy, it has a negative impact on your health, too. Controlling your indoor humidity protects your health and helps you feel more comfortable at home.
If you’re looking for an easy way to save energy and give your A/C a break this summer and fall, look no further than ceiling fans. A ceiling fan operating in a room makes it feel cooler, allowing you to turn down (or off) the air conditioning.