As the calendar pages turn and the annual transition from the cooling season to the heating season arrives, it’s time to winterize your HVAC system. Your central air conditioner’s about to go into hibernation for the next six months. To make sure the A/C withstands the winter and is ready for operation at start-up next […]
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.
Homeowners understand the importance of having a fully functional thermostat for the proper heating and cooling of their home. In fact, the fall season is the perfect time to tackle a few thermostat best practices to ensure that your household members and guests are comfortable.
Refrigerant is a wondrous substance that has made possible the miracle of modern air conditioning. That said, there are some things you should know about refrigerant than can make your home safer, more efficient and less likely to have an adverse impact on the environment. Read on for helpful tips on refrigerant.
It’s almost become a cliché, but it’s no less true: Your home has potential to be one of the most dangerous environments you’ll ever experience. Fortunately, home safety can be accomplished relatively easily, with some inexpensive and simple steps. Following are a few important home safety tips.
Changing your furnace air filter is important. Your filter is your first line of defense against airborne pollutants — but more than that, it keeps your HVAC system’s inner workings clean, and when it gets clogged, it can actually contribute to system wear and tear. You should change your filter once a month, to keep […]
When you’re changing your clocks for Daylight Saving Time, it’s a good reminder to tackle other household chores like installing new batteries in all your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms. You can also use a spring forward reminder to make sure your HVAC system is in optimal condition by taking care of the following […]
Having a reliable furnace that runs efficiently helps ensure that your home stays warm and your energy bills stay low this winter. If it’s time to replace the furnace in your Dayton home, there are certain things to take into consideration beforehand.
You can’t see dust mites, but if you are one of the 20 million Americans who are allergic to them, you will know they are present in your home. Inhaling the byproducts of dust mites creates allergic reactions that range from cold-like symptoms to severe respiratory problems more akin to asthma.
Taking the time for home winterization will help you cut your heating costs and maintain a more comfortable home. It doesn’t cost much or involve a lot of hard work to prepare your home for freezing temperatures, and you’ll notice immediate improvements in comfort throughout.