If you’re like most people, you probably feel like there’s just not enough time in the day to get everything done. If it’s not immediately a problem, you just don’t have time to worry about it. Yearly maintenance on your air conditioner or heating unit probably falls under that category. You know it’s important to […]
With the economy still struggling, homeowners everywhere are trying to find ways to cut costs and lower their utility bills. One sure-fire way to lower your monthly bills is to reduce the amount of energy your home uses by looking at heating and cooling efficiency. One of three potential problems with your HVAC system may […]
With summer on its way, it’s important to make sure your air conditioner is in top shape. There are a number of things you can do yourself to help your A/C, but one of the best moves you can make is to schedule annual maintenance.
A geothermal heat pump works well areas like Southwest Ohio where winters can be cold and summers hot. These types of heat pumps are currently the most energy-efficient way to heat and cool homes. They rely on stable underground temperatures to gather and transfer heat from one place to another. Unlike air, the earth several […]
Throughout the year, dust mites, pollen, fungi spores, bacteria and pet dander build up in the ducts of your heating and cooling system. Many of these particles cause or aggravate allergies. A neglected HVAC system lowers indoor air quality by blowing allergens around the home. If maintenance of the HVAC system is neglected, these allergens […]
A new air conditioner is one of the biggest investments you can make in your home. When making large purchases like this, consulting with an HVAC professional assures you that you get the most from the investment. Air conditioners are complex systems, and few outside of the industry have the training to help you determine […]
For homeowners looking to add heating and cooling to a new or renovated space, ductless mini-splits can offer the flexibility of zoned heating and cooling, without that added costs to retrofit your home’s ductwork.
Heat pumps deserve a second look when homeowners are upgrading their heating and cooling systems. Able to produce both heated and cooled air, heat pumps operate much more efficiently than standard gas furnace systems, and perform just as efficiently as a central air-conditioning system.