Baseboard heating can be a viable addition to the available options for keeping your home comfortable. These highly efficient heating units installed at floor level along the baseboard of a room produce gentle heat that rises naturally to help warm limited areas of a room or other indoor space.
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 […]
As your power bill continually rises, it’s more important than ever to find the best prices for energy. Like with any other purchase, the way to get the best deal is to shop around. Fortunately, since Ohio is a deregulated energy state, there are several ways to compare energy costs for your home. Compare Energy […]
As unbelievable as it may sound, it’s actually possible for your Dayton home to overheat when your heating system is running. Read on to find out what may result when you experience too much heat indoors in the winter — and what you should do about it.
Heat pumps and furnaces are popular heating systems that can be easily confused. Choosing between them can be a daunting proposition. Run through the comparisons below to find out which one will be the better heating method for your Dayton home.
The heating systems that are available today come with many advanced features. The latest models available seem to have very similar features, which could easily cause analysis paralysis as you try to choose the best option for your home. Let’s make buying a new heater easier for you by listing some of the best units […]
The location of your heat ducts may look like a minor detail. However, you shouldn’t consider it as an afterthought because it can have a significant impact on your heating costs and comfort. So which is the better location for your duct openings between the ceiling and floor? Let’s compare and contrast them.