As a homeowner or business owner, you certainly don’t need to know everything about HVAC systems or equipment. However, it’s often helpful to understand a handful of industry terms for whenever you need service. To get you started, here are some common HVAC acronyms that would be a good idea to learn:
To properly maintain your household’s comfort level, it’s imperative that you take care of your heating and cooling systems. One of the best ways to do this is to schedule a biannual HVAC tuneup of your equipment. Below, we’ve outlined a few reasons why this will be extremely beneficial for your home.
Your home’s HVAC equipment is very resilient and will last quite a few years, but eventually, you’ll need to consider replacing it. Since you may not know what signs to look for, let’s take a look at some tips to remember when deciding whether buying a new HVAC system is the best thing for your […]
Nowadays, we have heating and cooling systems that can meet practically every need, from lifestyle and interior design to budget and home size. As you determine your specific needs, you’ll want to choose between having separate or combined heating and cooling units. So what are the benefits of having separate systems? Or is it better […]
Many homeowners seem to completely forget about the needs of their furnace once the weather heats up and the system goes dormant. However, it’s important to remember that furnace care during this time will help ensure that the system is working properly when you need it again. Below are a few tips to help make […]
The start of spring brings joy to the hearts of homeowners in the Dayton area. It also brings a list of chores you need to do to get ready for warmer weather. Making sure your AC unit is in good shape after its winter break will help keep spring HVAC problems from turning into a […]
Is it OK to run a central air conditioner in cold-weather climates? Under certain circumstances, a homeowner might think about starting up a central AC while the temperature outside is still fairly cool. Maybe the house has become overheated by the furnace and occupants want to run the unit for a quick cooldown. Or, perhaps […]
It’s rainy season in Dayton, and the showers are really coming down. Meanwhile, your AC unit sits outdoors, unprotected against the weather. Should you be worried? Are there steps you can take to keep it safe? Let’s look at how the rain affects your HVAC system in different ways and what to do about it.