With a little understanding, you can go a long way. That saying holds true with air-conditioning systems, too. If you understand how the parts work, you can make an educated, informed decision about your next upgrade.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could turn on your heating or cooling system just in the rooms where you need it? Are you air conditioning the entire house – and freezing everyone in the living room — when you just want to cool down the bedrooms? Is that room on the shady side of […]
Chances are, even if you think you’re heating and cooling your home efficiently, there’s still a lot of steps you can take — either on your own or with the help of a professional contractor — to glean more savings on your Dayton area home energy usage.
Like anyone else, homeowners living in the Dayton area want an air conditioning system they can count on when the hot days of summer arrive. The unexpected often happens at the worst possible time. So what can go wrong with your cooling system, and how can you increase the odds that your equipment will run […]
It’s finally starting to warm up in Dayton, and it might be time to start thinking about getting your air conditioning ready for summer. If your system is more than 10 years old — or if its performance failed to impress last summer — a high-efficiency unit might be a good solution.
Deciding to install programmable thermostats is easy. Since it can save you a decent amount on your energy bills, it is usually the smart way to go. Choosing which programmable thermostat, on the other hand, is usually more difficult.
It’s winter and it’s cold. In these stormy months, everybody’s daily ritual is to walk out of the cold wind and into a warm house. The feel of warm carpet on your toes is like nothing else.
Many of us here in the Dayton area rely on home comfort systems to control temperature and humidity at home year-round, with an emphasis on winter heating. In order to shrink those utility bills while still keeping your home comfortable, check out the following tips for energy savings: