When you’re working on your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2018, consider adding some HVAC ones. HVAC resolutions can help ensure that your heating and cooling equipment stays in good condition throughout the upcoming year. The following are some important resolutions to add to your list.
You can’t be too careful when you pick a heating contractor. Your HVAC systems is an expensive piece of equipment, and you want any repairs or replacements to be done just right. Otherwise, your HVAC system‘s efficiency could suffer. That means you’ll be less comfortable than you should be, and that you could be paying […]
Discovering that your HVAC system has developed coil corrosion will probably come as a surprise, and not a pleasant one. Corrosion in an HVAC system’s evaporator coil signals either a major repair or a system replacement. Heat pumps and air conditioners use an indoor evaporator coil and an outdoor condensing coil.
If you suspect your home’s central heating system is nearing the end of its useful service life, you should consider upgrading to a quality, high-efficiency heating system. We will discuss heating system options and factors that should be considered before committing to a purchase, but first let’s look at how you can tell a heating […]
Now that winter has arrived in southwest Ohio, how’s your furnace working? If you’re starting to wonder why your house feels chilly this winter, the problem could be your heating system.
There was a time when smoke and carbon monoxide detectors were a rarity, but now, most newer homes come with them already installed, while owners of older homes commonly install them. But while most homeowners know you have to either replace batteries or check for loose connections and fraying with wired-in models, a good many […]
Winter HVAC concerns need to be addressed as soon as they come up. Since prevention is always the first and best approach, an annual furnace tune-up and inspection should be scheduled with a qualified HVAC contractor for a complete system check-up as well as a list of manufacturer-recommended preventive maintenance procedures. By catching small problems […]
Your home’s heating load refers to the amount of energy it requires to stay at a comfortable temperature during the heating season. Taking steps to manage it starts with evaluating how energy efficient your home is and following up with improvements that will reduce the load.