The location of your heat ducts may look like a minor detail. However, you shouldn’t consider it as an afterthought because it can have a significant impact on your heating costs and comfort. So which is the better location for your duct openings between the ceiling and floor? Let’s compare and contrast them.
When the temperatures drop in the Dayton area, it’s a great time to start using your fireplace. While this might seem like a more efficient and cost-effective way to heat your home, how much can you rely on fireplace warmth? Keep the following heating information in mind during the cooler part of the year.
With our ultra-reliable, user-friendly heating systems, we tend to take having a warm, cozy home for granted. Our ancestors to struggle to stay warm when the temperatures plummeted, but the challenge helped them develop ever better heating methods. This history of furnaces clearly shows how far we’ve come:
A zoning system is one of the more recent advancements in residential HVAC technology designed to increase comfort and save energy. Such a system divides your home into separate areas, each controlled by its own thermostat, and lets you keep each section at individual temperatures.
Spring could be the best time to consider switching heating systems when a replacement is imminent. It’s the end of the season and HVAC contractors are entering a slow period before the cooling season starts. It’s also a time when you don’t need to rely on daily heating to keep your home comfortable and you […]
If you hope to save money on heating your home this winter, you don’t have to rely on the old standby – turning down the thermostat. That will just make you cold and uncomfortable. Luckily, other strategies are available that will improve furnace efficiency, saving energy and money while keeping you and your family comfortable.