High ceilings add style and flair to residential interiors. A soaring vaulted ceiling “opens up” a room and adds an impression of elegant spaciousness to the house. However, high ceilings can also pose certain difficulties when it comes to HVAC performance and efficiency. This is particularly true in winter, when your central heating system is […]
If you live in a house where a smoker lives or has lived, or where there are lingering odors from smoke damage, you may need some remediation.
If you’ve been thinking about using a diffuser as a way to improve your home’s efficiency and the performance of your HVAC system, then you’re certainly not alone. However, many homeowners have no idea what HVAC diffusers do, so our team thought it would be a good idea to provide you with a simple guide […]
With every new season comes the need for HVAC maintenance so that your equipment is in tip-top shape. Just in case you haven’t given any thought as to what transitioning seasons should entail as we go from fall to winter, we’ve done some of the work for you. Start with these four quick tips and […]
Many of the accomplishments of women, particularly in science and engineering, tend to go unsung. However, that doesn’t make what they did any less important – particularly in the field of heating and cooling. Here are some women in HVAC history you should know about and their inventions that changed home comfort forever.
Home heating and cooling technology has evolved considerably over the course of centuries, and that technology is still progressing today. What advancements have been made in home comfort this century? Here’s a bit of HVAC history from the last 5-10 years, to see how home comfort has improved.
Making sure that your newborn is safe in your Dayton home involves going around and doing some babyproofing. As you check each room of your home for potential hazards, don’t forget about your HVAC equipment. These HVAC system babyproofing tips can help lower the risk of injuries.
A Manual J load calculation ensures that the cooling capacity of your new central air conditioner closely matches the requirements of your specific home. It’s critical to get this right. Over-sized air conditioners—those with too much cooling capacity for the home—consume excessive energy and tend to short-cycle, resulting in noticeable indoor temperature swings and high […]
Central heating from a furnace has been the predominant mode of heating homes throughout most of the country for decades. The equipment has gotten more efficient through the years, so that even in an area with long winters such as ours, it’s possible to keep winter energy expenses somewhat in check.
Your home comfort system has done a lot for you. Your A/C keeps you cool in the summer, and your furnace keeps you warm in winter. Those aren’t the only ways HVAC has improved your life, though. Here are a few HVAC benefits you probably don’t even think about.