The winters in Ohio can get pretty cold. Fortunately, your house is properly heated to remain comfortable all season. What about attic and garage heating, though? Will doing so benefit your home? How much energy will it use? Here’s what you need to know about attic and garage heating.
If you’re upgrading your home’s heating system and looking at equipment features and options, you’ll want to investigate more efficient furnace motor replacement options.
The steady decline in outdoor temperatures signals that winter weather will arrive soon, so it’s vital to get your furnace ready for use. Here are some essential steps to take to ensure that it’s operating reliably, safely and at optimal efficiency. Change the Air Filter Installing a new filter helps keep your heating costs under […]
Heat pumps have become a popular choice for keeping homes comfortable. One heat pump system can take care of both heating and cooling needs, while keeping costs low. Heat pumps are an economical and comfortable choice for providing year-round comfort. Unlike a gas furnace or boiler, which burns fuel to create heat, a heat pump heats […]
Your gas furnace normally functions without a problem, but if you’ve been hearing a strange furnace noise lately, you should not ignore it. Pretending that a problem doesn’t exist won’t make it go away. In fact, failure to address the unusual furnace noise in a timely fashion could end up costing you much more in […]
A properly installed heat pump can provide significant savings in fuel costs over its lifetime of operation. But those savings may evaporate if the heat pump does not receive appropriate heat pump maintenance. Clogged filters and dirty coils on a heat pump can reduce energy efficiency by 10 to 25 percent.
Nothing lasts forever, and if your heating bills continue to climb, even factoring in the changing cost of fuel and electricity, you may need to replace your heating equipment with a newer, more efficient furnace. High efficiency furnaces currently on the market can use as much as 97 percent of their fuel’s heat to warm […]
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.
Though the weather may be pleasant now, winter can hit Ohio as early as the beginning of November. Prepare your home early for the onslaught of cold weather by winterizing your home in early fall, before the chill sets in for the season.