As we enter summer and the weather seems to get hotter each day, our air conditioners will become more necessary. To ensure that everything keeps running smoothly throughout the season, we’ve compiled some quick summer HVAC tips for you to follow.
Several factors can make your air conditioner freeze up in the summer. Unfortunately, when it happens, your system won’t cool your home adequately. You’ll also have to shut down the system until the problem is remedied. Fortunately, you can follow these tips to avoid having your HVAC freezing up in summer.
The hotter the weather gets, the more you run your air conditioner. Not only does this constant use expend a lot of energy, it also puts a significant strain on your system. This can cause it to wear out more quickly, break down more frequently, and need replacement sooner. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce […]
While Dayton’s air quality is generally acceptable, it doesn’t always stay within the normal air quality index of 50 or below. When the outdoor air quality isn’t ideal, your HVAC system can help you enjoy healthy air indoors.
With summer around the corner, you’re going to be using your AC to stay cool and comfortable in your Dayton-area home. That also means higher energy bills for the upcoming months. So, you want to make sure your AC is running at optimal efficiency. There are simple steps you can take to ensure AC efficiency. […]
As long as your Dayton-area home is comfortable, you probably don’t give much thought to your HVAC system. However, when something goes wrong, you suddenly have a keen interest in finding out which part is causing the trouble. Read through the following list of vital HVAC parts to help familiarize yourself with this most-important home […]
Poor airflow endangers your health and wastes your money. Proper air circulation in your home removes indoor pollutants and improves temperature regulation so that your HVAC system doesn’t have to run as often. Here are some excellent ways to maintain airflow in your house.
The kids will soon be going back to school. That means they’ll be exposed to germs from other kids and bring them home, possibly making your entire household sick in the fall and winter. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to minimize exposures to viruses and bacteria, including putting your HVAC […]