Smart home technology is advancing rapidly and it’s giving homeowners opportunities to vastly improve day-to-day convenience and comfort. Choosing innovative upgrades like the following can offer significant smart home savings on utility bills too:
Location matters when it comes to HVAC placement. Certainly, most of the heating and cooling system including the furnace and air handler will be situated indoors, in a part of the house with direct access to venting and ductwork. However, the condenser/compressor unit for the central air conditioner is another matter.
Instead of being caught off guard by the first cold winds of fall, schedule your HVAC system’s required HVAC winter prep early. Both you and your HVAC contractor will have more time to do a thorough inspection, with time to spare to address unforeseen issues.
Bathroom renovations rarely miss on homeowners’ to-do lists. Unfortunately, most homeowners ignore one important aspect of a bathroom remodel – ventilation. Lack of proper ventilation could degrade your home’s air quality and ruin the costly bathroom upgrades you made. Take a look at the ventilation solutions you should consider when renovating your bathroom.
There comes a time when deciding to upgrade HVAC equipment is the best solution to your comfort and energy efficiency issues. So how do you recognize it’s time to make an upgrade? Here are the factors you should consider:
Now that you’ve pulled the trigger on a new HVAC system installation in your Dayton area home, your job isn’t finished. Now, it’s time to take some important steps to prepare your home for your new cooling or heating system, as well as to make sure it’s the right-sized system for your particular home.
When is the best time to change air filters in your HVAC system? Well, when they’re dirty, of course. You should never run your air conditioner or heating system for long periods of time with a dirty filter. That layer of dirt, dust and hair will impede air flow, causing your system to work harder […]
As the leaves change color this autumn, it’s important to think about keeping your HVAC system safe from them when they fall. Fallen leaves can end up causing big problems for heating and air conditioning equipment. Keep the following information in mind this season.