Nothing in your home affects your family’s comfort more than your cooling or heating systems. This is especially the case in our Southwest Ohio climate, where we experience both blazing summers and frigid winters, both of which can take a toll on heating and cooling equipment. If you’re considering an upgrade or replacement for your furnace, […]
Consensus on the implementation of HVAC efficiency standards has been reached between the U.S. Department of Energy and HVAC industry groups. HVAC contractors can now use the settlement agreement as a reference when installing or upgrading HVAC systems as of next year. The Regional Efficiency Standards divide the country into four main areas, and Ohio forms part […]
Dayton-area homeowners have several options for keeping cool this summer, but central air conditioning stands out above the other methods for its energy efficiency, comfort and ease of use. Central Air Conditioning Defined Central air conditioning cools your home using the same ducts your furnace uses to heat it. In the most common type of […]
Summer’s nearly here in Southwest Ohio, and it’s time to turn on the air conditioner. Before the season gets too hot, it’s a good idea to take a look at the efficiency of your A/C and consider servicing or replacing it if necessary. A good measure of efficiency is the A/C’s SEER rating, which is an […]
There has never been a better time to upgrade your air conditioner. The summer is coming to an end so A/C units are no longer priced at a premium, new models are much more environmentally-conscious, and federal tax credits for energy efficiency make those same units economically friendly as well.
With summer in full swing, having an efficient air conditioner should be a high priority for many Dayton area residents. If you’re thinking about a possible upgrade to your current AC system, you should keep some important terms in mind.
It’s finally starting to warm up in Dayton, and it might be time to start thinking about getting your air conditioning ready for summer. If your system is more than 10 years old — or if its performance failed to impress last summer — a high-efficiency unit might be a good solution.