Is a two-way pipe system the best choice for your high-efficiency furnace? Every gas-fired furnace requires a pipe that will exhaust dangerous fumes such as carbon monoxide, which are produced by the combustion of natural gas. However, a gas-fired furnace also needs to take in air in order to feed the combustion process. In some […]
You use your HVAC system all the time, but what do you really know about it? Who invented it? What did people do before AC was invented? How have heating and cooling changed over time? Let’s look at the history of HVAC.
While 2020 has been a year like no other, you can count on some things always being the same. For instance, now that it’s August, fall is just around the corner, and it’ll be time to think about getting your furnace ready for the heating season. So what are some of the top heater issues […]
Central heating from a furnace has been the predominant mode of heating homes throughout most of the country for decades. The equipment has gotten more efficient through the years, so that even in an area with long winters such as ours, it’s possible to keep winter energy expenses somewhat in check.
Your heating system has a tough job. The job gets even tougher if your home, like many, is poorly armed against winter’s chill. This increases the load on the system and can lead to worn parts, higher energy bills and decreased home comfort. By lowering the heating load, your furnace and your whole household benefits. […]
Having a reliable furnace that runs efficiently helps ensure that your home stays warm and your energy bills stay low this winter. If it’s time to replace the furnace in your Dayton home, there are certain things to take into consideration beforehand.
Temperatures that are at or below freezing are common during winter in the Dayton area, so it’s important to have a central heating system that runs smoothly. When you run into a problem with your heating system, knowing how to handle it helps ensure that you won’t have to go without heat. These are some […]