You’ll have plenty of choices to make when choosing a new cooling and heating system, and one to pay particular attention to is a variable-speed HVAC system. The benefits variable-speeds offer range from lower energy bills to quiet operation and the ability to match one to a zoning system.
Turning on your furnace isn’t enough to keep your house warm in the wintertime. It’s also important to close all of the storm windows, storm doors, and seal any gaps that may cause chilly drafts. Unfortunately, even if your home is kept immaculately clean, recirculated air will decline in quality.
Air conditioning isn’t the only way to get relief from the Dayton summer’s heat and humidity. By improving your home ventilation to bring in fresh air and remove excess moisture, you can enjoy a comfortable home even if you don’t have an air conditioner.
No matter how clean you keep your Dayton area home, microbes and fungal spores will be present in your indoor air. Every building has a certain amount of mold and bacteria — this is normal. Problems can occur when mold or bacterial growth begins to accumulate beyond trace amounts in your indoor air, or in hard-to-clean places […]
Is the air conditioner in your Dayton area home leaving you uncomfortable while costing you what seems like a small fortune in energy bills? Maybe it has broken, and now you’re left deciding if you should have it repaired, or just replace it altogether. When facing a possible repair of your system, remember to follow […]
An air filtration system provides an effective first level of cleaning for your home’s indoor air. In combination with a high-efficiency filter, an air purifier removes many of the more common airborne particles and contaminants, including dust, mold, pollen and animal dander. Filters will also remove some microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses, but their […]
Detmer and Sons is a leader in HVAC services and air duct cleaning in the Dayton area. As your air ducts will get dirty over time, they will need to be properly maintained and cleaned every three to five years. Over time, they will collect bacteria, fungi and small dust particles that not only reduce air quality in your […]
A critical component to maintaining your family’s health is ensuring that the air quality in your home is as good as possible. Even if you don’t have allergies or asthma, poor indoor quality can cause negative effects like stuffiness, itchy eyes, sore throat, and fatigue.