The air conditioner in your Dayton home is a complex system that helps to keep you comfortable by removing heat and humidity from the air. Knowing the following points about air conditioning can help you keep it running smoothly.
More and more American homeowners are making the energy-saving switch to geothermal heating and cooling. Professional installation by an experienced contractor is essential, as is correctly maintaining a geothermal system. Following are some important guidelines for any owner or potential owner of a geothermal heat pump system.
With spring here and the transition from heating season to cooling season, heat pump maintenance should not be neglected. If your heat pump is not properly maintained, it will waste energy and under-perform. This requires a mixture of homeowner maintenance steps and professional heat pump maintenance. Here’s what you can do.
Regular preventive maintenance is the best way to keep your home heating and cooling systems working at their best. For residential HVAC customers in Dayton and nearby communities, the Comfort Assurance Program from Detmer & Sons provides the best way to get necessary maintenance performed on time and with the care and expertise that have […]
Now that the weather is finally warming up in the Dayton area, now’s the perfect time to get a few chores done around your home. One of the most important tasks to complete right now is preparing your HVAC system for spring, which should include the following tasks:
All HVAC maintenance plans differ from the manufacturer’s warranty. While a warranty addresses certain issues after they occur, the philosophy behind an HVAC maintenance plan is preventative. The time for prevention is always now — don’t wait until your system is already underperforming, or worse, not delivering conditioned air when you need it most. Here are five benefits […]
A geothermal heat pump is an efficient and effective way to heat and cool your Dayton area home. Understanding your geothermal installation will help make sure it’s properly maintained, and that your family will remain comfortable for years to come.
As you recall from the record-breaking heat of 2012, temperatures can certainly get high in the Dayton area. When humidity is factored in, even an 85 degree day can be downright sticky and uncomfortable. Though you may be tempted to crank up the air conditioning, we all know that’s not a very economical decision. Here […]