You expect your home’s HVAC system to produce certain noises when the equipment is running. Indoors, you’re likely to hear the blower unit operating, and possibly some incidental sounds from the ductwork. Outdoors, you’ll hear the loudest noise coming from two main components: the condenser fan and compressor motor.
You rely on your HVAC system to heat and cool your home, but your system can provide more than just basic heating and cooling. With the right HVAC add-on, you can streamline your energy consumption, have greater control over temperature and humidity, or boost your indoor air quality. Here are some beneficial HVAC system upgrades […]
Have you enlisted your HVAC system to help you combat your allergies? If not, you should. Winter or summer, the HVAC system can help improve your indoor air quality, removing airborne pollutants that may be compromising your respiratory health.
Spring cleaning is an annual ritual that helps you get prepared for warmer weather, and there’s no better place to start than with your home’s HVAC system. Following these cleaning tips can ensure that your HVAC runs at peak performance throughout the spring and summer:
Are you dreading turning on your air conditioner this year because you remember the odors it gave off last summer? Spring time is a good time to address that situation, before you have to run the A/C continuously and endure those ranks smells in your home. And by all means, do not ignore it. If […]
How much thought do you give to your indoor air quality? If you’re like most homeowners, not much. But if anyone in your family is subject to asthma, allergies or other respiratory ailments, you really should pay more attention to your home’s IAQ. If yours is like most people’s, then it could very well be […]
If you have a split system for heating and cooling like most Dayton homes, you likely know that it consists of an outdoor condenser/compressor unit, and an indoor air handler/evaporator unit. You may not realize that even though these HVAC components are placed in different locations, they function as a single entity, so it’s crucial […]
When the thermostat says one thing but your body thinks another, more than likely the indoor humidity level is responsible. Besides affecting health and comfort levels, humidity or the lack thereof raises energy costs when you compensate by raising or lowering the temperature.