You’ll be better equipped to deal with situations with your HVAC system if you’re hip to HVAC terms that are important during the heating season.
If you’ve never given much thought to your furnace filter, maybe you should. Air filters play an important role in keeping the working parts of your HVAC clean, and changing the filter regularly can extend the life of your equipment for many years. Learn more about how the several types of filters differ.
Safety is critical throughout the year, but during the winter, it is even more important,.
With winter inching closer in Southwest Ohio, it’s time to start thinking about resetting the programmable thermostat in your home.
Having an energy-efficient HVAC system installed can help you reduce your energy usage by as much as 30 percent. This means you’ll end up with lower heating and cooling bills throughout the year in your Dayton home. Thanks to available tax credits and other incentives, you’ll also have a chance to save even more money, […]
Your thermostat controls your home’s central heating and cooling system. When it runs into problems, it can make your system stop working. You can troubleshoot and repair minor thermostat issues. If your efforts don’t work, you’ll have to replace it.
There a lots of acronyms used in reference to heating and cooling systems. One that you’ve probably heard mentioned is “BTU.” Here, we’ll explain what BTUs are and how they relate to your home heating system.
Are you debating whether to have an air cleaner or air purifier installed in your Dayton home? Either way, it’s an investment that will improve your air quality and make breathing easier for anyone in your household who suffers from allergies, asthma or other respiratory problems. Learning more about the differences between air cleaning and […]
A quick walk through your home might reveal plenty of energy vampires that waste your energy continually.
Just as you would do with any other heating and cooling system, you need to maintain your heat pump. Not only will proper maintenance save energy, but it will also extend the life of the heat pump, and can even eliminate the need for costly repairs.