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.
Modern architecture has been making the most of sustainable building practices for more than a decade, and there’s no sign that’s going to change. What’s more, sustainable design has become a routine element of much residential building, as the construction industry recognizes that homeowners want the energy savings and efficiency that sustainable design brings.
Changing your air filter probably doesn’t top your to-do list very often. However, filter changes are an essential task if you want to keep your HVAC system running in good condition. What follows are five important reasons why you should stay on top of filter changes — and what could go wrong if you don’t.
If your Dayton home is on par with the national average, then between 50% and 75% of your energy bill is attributed to the HVAC system. You may believe that curbing HVAC usage is quite important to your pocketbook. Fortunately, cutting costs on your HVAC bill doesn’t mean you have to cut corners on home […]
A ductless HVAC system can be an excellent alternative for heating and cooling your home. However, this kind of HVAC system has several downsides that you should be aware of. Here’s a breakdown of the top perks and quirks of going ductless. Advantages of Ductless Systems Flexibility. Ductless HVAC systems deliver conditioned air directly into […]
Understanding the load on your furnace is easy — it’s just the amount of energy that’s consumed to meet the temperature you’ve set on the thermostat. Lessening the load isn’t complicated either. You can do it by making targeted improvements that increase your home’s efficiency and curb energy consumption.
Freezing temperatures can cause your heating bills to skyrocket if you have a traditional furnace that runs often. You can save money while still keeping your Dayton home warm this season by switching to a variable-speed furnace.
Spring is finally here, and for Dayton homeowners looking to support their energy-saving resolutions, it’s worth taking some time to improve a couple things around their home. Whether it means making small home improvements or changing up your routine, these home efficiency tips can help you cut your energy bills down.
Dry winter air in the Dayton area brings higher utility bills, and health and comfort issues as well. Find relief this season for you and your loved ones with a whole-house humidifier, and say adios to the annoyances of dry air.
To keep your furnace in good working condition and ready to do its job in the winter, you should perform preventative maintenance at least once a year. Annual service by an HVAC professional will improve furnace efficiency, will keep the unit clean, and will cut down on malfunctions and repairs by catching and fixing problems […]