Before investing in a dual fuel system, ask yourself these four important questions:
Routine Filter Changes Will Keep Your Furnace Efficient All Winter Long
Because they are a behind-the-scenes player in your HVAC system, it’s very easy to forget about replacing your furnace filters on a regular basis. Unfortunately, neglecting them for too long can force you to overpay each month on your heating costs.
A Guide To Buying And Maintaining A Boiler
Many homes in the United States are heated by boilers. If you are looking to purchase a boiler, there are many things to consider in terms of purchasing and maintaining the boiler.
Geothermal: A Sizable Investment That Offers An Impressive Savings
Replacing, upgrading or installing a new heating and air conditioning system can be a daunting task. So many options are available, making it difficult to decide which one is right for you. Cost is a big consideration, as is a system’s environmental impact. Heat pumps are widely regarded as money savers, as they work to both heat and cool and …
Brace For That Blast Of Dust When You Turn On Your Furnace — Or Just Get Your Ductwork Cleaned
One of the nicest smells in a new car is the “new” smell. But if your home or office is new, there could be an unpleasant surprise when your heating system cranks up at the first chill of fall. Thick dust clouds surging from interior vents can look – and smell – awful.
Buying A Furnace: What The AFUE Rating Means And Why It Matters
Your furnace is a crucial part of your household efficiency and comfort. It is important that you keep fuel efficiency and comfort in mind when searching for a new one. Unfortunately, many homeowners know very little about furnaces and how to correctly gauge their efficiency.
The Energy Star: Why You Should Let It Guide You As You Make Important Home Comfort Decisions
Energy Star is a government program aimed to help consumers make better decisions when buying new appliances and home heating and cooling systems. By paying attention to these special labels on products, you can have the information you need to save both energy and money.
Shutting Down Your Air Conditioner At The End Of The Cooling Season
As summer fades, remember to winterize your home’s air conditioner so as to prolong it’s life and ensure it functions smoothly once the warm weather returns.