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:
You’re going to have a new baby! Allow us to be the first HVAC company to say, “Congratulations!” There’s lots you need to do to prepare. How do you make sure your home is a happy, healthy environment for your newborn?
Are you having trouble with your HVAC system blowing hot air even though you know for a fact that it’s set to “cool”? Let’s explore how HVAC settings and other factors might be causing you issues, and what you can do when nothing else is working to fix the problem.
Shutting registers for temperature control seems logical enough. After all, you’re just closing off a room that you don’t want to send air conditioning or heating to, right? Seems like a good way to save money on your utility bill.
Homeowners understand the importance of having a fully functional thermostat for the proper heating and cooling of their home. In fact, the fall season is the perfect time to tackle a few thermostat best practices to ensure that your household members and guests are comfortable.
Intelligent technology has advanced by leaps and bounds, and there are now all sorts of smart home devices available that can make your daily life more comfortable, convenient and secure. Given all the choices, where do you start once you decide you want a smarter home?
Warm weather will soon give way in the Dayton area to the cooler temperatures of fall. As fall and then winter advance, we’ll be spending more time indoors with the windows shut. Unfortunately, for many of us being closed up indoors means we’ll also be subjected to poor indoor air quality.
Fall is usually a great time in our region to turn the air conditioner off and fling open the windows — for just a few brief weeks before colder weather sets in. We all look forward to these periods of letting the fresh air in and reducing our use of the HVAC system, but naturally, […]