Buying a new air conditioner for your home is major investment, and the choice you make will impact your comfort and household energy costs for the next 10 to 15 years. Keeping the following factors in mind when you’re shopping for an air conditioner can help you make a wise purchasing decision:
Dayton’s summers can be a challenge, especially when it comes to saving money on heating and cooling. But even when the days are at their muggiest, you can do something to cut cooling costs in your home. Try these strategies:
Efficiency matters when it comes to your home’s furnace. If your furnace is old and ready for retirement, you’ll want to replace it with a more efficient model. Doing so will both improve home comfort and lower your heating bills during our long southwest Ohio winter. When buying a furnace, you’ll want to use AFUE […]
A lot of people are trying to save money in today’s economic climate. Sometimes, that means delaying purchases and trying to get one more year out of that car, computer or furnace.
When your system is in need of service or repair, it’s usually wise to obtain HVAC service quotes from more than one or two contractors. Not only does this give you a variety of professionals to choose from, it gives you a reference point for comparing equipment options and service costs.
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.
Clean air filters keep your home comfort system running at peak efficiency. Regularly cleaned/replaced filters also make your entire home comfort system last longer. And of course, clean air filters keep your air clean, while dirty, clogged ones aren’t up to the job.
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: