With every new season comes the need for HVAC maintenance so that your equipment is in tip-top shape. Just in case you haven’t given any thought as to what transitioning seasons should entail as we go from fall to winter, we’ve done some of the work for you. Start with these four quick tips and […]
The fall season is finally upon us, which means that once again, it’s time to start thinking about maintenance of your HVAC system. To get you started, we’ve compiled a few items that you should definitely put on your to-do list for fall maintenance.
Many of the accomplishments of women, particularly in science and engineering, tend to go unsung. However, that doesn’t make what they did any less important – particularly in the field of heating and cooling. Here are some women in HVAC history you should know about and their inventions that changed home comfort forever.
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.
Choosing an air filter can be bewildering. Even if you understand the ratings, and that the various types of air filters are designed to capture different kinds of pollutants, selecting the right filter for your home can be bewildering. Here’s a short guide to get you started, but for best results, always consult with your […]
Home heating and cooling technology has evolved considerably over the course of centuries, and that technology is still progressing today. What advancements have been made in home comfort this century? Here’s a bit of HVAC history from the last 5-10 years, to see how home comfort has improved.
Making sure that your newborn is safe in your Dayton home involves going around and doing some babyproofing. As you check each room of your home for potential hazards, don’t forget about your HVAC equipment. These HVAC system babyproofing tips can help lower the risk of injuries.
Dust is a major component of your indoor environment. You wipe it off surfaces, sweep and vacuum it frequently. But have you stopped and thought about how it may be degrading your indoor air quality? Read on to learn more.