The start of spring brings joy to the hearts of homeowners in the Dayton area. It also brings a list of chores you need to do to get ready for warmer weather. Making sure your AC unit is in good shape after its winter break will help keep spring HVAC problems from turning into a […]
At any time of year, it’s important to make sure your home is properly ventilated. But home ventilation has come a long way since the early days. How has it evolved, and what are your options today? Let’s take a look.
Most power outages in the winter result from problems caused by issues at the power plant or winter storms. It’s impossible to foresee either one, so preparing alternative sources of winter heat ahead of time may prevent hours or days of bone-chilling cold.
When the temperatures drop in the Dayton area, it’s a great time to start using your fireplace. While this might seem like a more efficient and cost-effective way to heat your home, how much can you rely on fireplace warmth? Keep the following heating information in mind during the cooler part of the year.
Using a fireplace or wood stove does create a welcoming and warm atmosphere, but it could come at a price for your indoor air quality (IAQ). While wood is a renewable fuel, it’s not the cleanest available.
Even though they’ve been around for decades, there are still ductless technology myths about their installation and performance. Fortunately, more people have learned first-hand how energy efficient these systems are and how much comfort they deliver.
The end of daylight saving time falls on November 4th this year, so you should be making sure that your thermostat is all set for this change. Keep the following information in mind, and you’ll be ready to handle any thermostat adjustments you need to make for the return of standard time.
Intelligent technology has advanced by leaps and bounds, and there are now all sorts of smart home devices available that can make your daily life more comfortable, convenient and secure. Given all the choices, where do you start once you decide you want a smarter home?
Fall is usually a great time in our region to turn the air conditioner off and fling open the windows — for just a few brief weeks before colder weather sets in. We all look forward to these periods of letting the fresh air in and reducing our use of the HVAC system, but naturally, […]
The kids will soon be going back to school. That means they’ll be exposed to germs from other kids and bring them home, possibly making your entire household sick in the fall and winter. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to minimize exposures to viruses and bacteria, including putting your HVAC […]