Have you been planning and saving to install a new HVAC system in your Dayton-area home? Or, did your current HVAC system break down, leaving you facing an expensive repair bill? Whether a planned HVAC purchase or an unexpected out-of-pocket expense, financing for HVAC replacement systems is very common these days. In essence, you’re financing […]
HVAC systems manufactured today far exceed the energy efficiency of units manufactured just a few decades ago. Furthermore, modern HVAC systems provide better home comfort, better indoor air quality, and they can save a substantial amount of energy dollars. Also, local utility Dayton Power and Light is offering HVAC rebates, and the Energy Star program […]
Winter weather in the Dayton area can make your home’s interior feel colder than it should be. Cold air from outside can find its way into your home, which can force your furnace to run more often. Taking steps to winterize your home now can ensure that you stay warm all winter without putting additional […]
How do you know if it’s time to call for emergency heating repair? Certainly, not every heating issue is an emergency. However, because the furnace utilizes potentially toxic natural gas and a high-temperature burner, certain problems with the furnace should be handled by a professional without delay. Common problems you might check and resolve yourself […]
The gas furnaces manufactured today are substantially more energy efficient than furnaces manufactured 15 to 30 years ago. In fact, today’s furnaces are available with up to a jaw-dropping 99 AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency), which means the furnace converts 99% of burned fuel to heat energy for the home. An important component of higher […]
Homeowners who want or need to upgrade their heating and cooling systems in 2021 are in luck. The federal government is offering an HVAC tax credit for equipment that qualifies for various energy high-efficiency programs.
For anyone wondering, “How does geothermal heating work?”, the two-word answer is very well. Geothermal heating and cooling systems are the most energy-efficient and dependable ways to heat and cool homes in virtually any climate. These systems use the thermal properties underground to harvest the heat in the winter and deposit it in the summer.