You probably would never think of getting a humidifier in our damp summers, when the relative humidity in our homes is fairly high, but what about during the winter? This is the time of year that we turn on the furnace and dry out our homes to the point where we’re downright uncomfortable. An ideal […]
A humidity level of between 35% and 45% in your home protects your family and property from the adverse effects of excessive moisture or dryness. Maintaining an ideal home humidity level can be a daunting task. That’s where humidifiers and dehumidifiers come in. Keep reading to learn more about choosing between these devices.
When the cold winter weather rolls in, you can rest easy knowing your furnace will keep your home comfortable regardless of the temperatures outside. But have you ever stopped to think about the impact that this weather has on your furnace? Let’s explore how winter weather affects furnace performance.
A variety of things can impact your HVAC system’s efficiency, from maintenance to thermostat settings and more. What about weather conditions? Can the climate impact your HVAC unit’s efficiency? Let’s look at some of the factors that can affect your unit. Temperature’s Climate Impact No matter how efficient a system you buy, it will be […]
Damp spring weather is good for Ohio flowers, but it can cause problems in our homes. Indoor air quality in particular can suffer from increased dampness and humidity.
You’re going to have a new baby! Allow us to be the first HVAC company to say, “Congratulations!” There’s lots you need to do to prepare. How do you make sure your home is a happy, healthy environment for your newborn?
Does your home have good ventilation? You may know that a home usually has much better indoor air quality when stale air is exhausted and fresh air is added through a good ventilation system. But ventilation can also have a positive effect on temperature. Here’s how.
If your home’s HVAC system is in good running order and is well maintained , then most likely your home’s humidity is in the range it should be — somewhere between 40-60 percent, although you will probably want it somewhat lower (30-50 percent) when temperatures are warmer, as warmer air holds moisture and can make us […]
The indoor air quality (IAQ) in your home can become poor during the summer months. This can end up causing health issues for you or any family members who have allergies, asthma or other respiratory conditions. Find out more about how the heat and humidity affects summer IAQ and what you can do about it, […]