As a homeowner in the Kansas City area, you probably have a lot of questions about your heating and cooling systems. Where do you go to get the answers? We’re starting our new blog for the purpose of answering some of those questions and making it a little bit easier for you to get the comfort and indoor air quality you’re looking for.
Did you ever wonder why some rooms are hot and others cold? Or why it seems like your energy bills are too high? Do you suffer from breathing problems in your home? Your HVAC system may hold the answers to these issues. Over the next few months, we’ll discuss a variety of topics, including:
- Planned maintenance/Tune ups – Why they are important
- Purchasing a new system- How to choose and size a new HVAC system
- Comfort controls – How today’s programmable thermostats and zoned systems offer energy-efficient comfort
- Heat pumps – How they work to provide efficient heating and cooling
- Indoor air quality – Ways to achieve clean, healthy indoor air for you and your family
- Green solutions – Solar and other environmentally-friendly options
And much more. With almost 30 years in the HVAC business, we have a lot of experience with all aspects of home comfort. In our opinion, the best way for homeowners to stay comfortable, avoid costly repairs and reduce energy bills is to learn how to properly choose, operate and maintain their systems so that they get the best performance possible, for the longest time.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a well-maintained system can save you as much as 30 percent in energy costs each year! Other factors, including proper sizing and installation of equipment, can also save you significant money on operating and maintenance of your system. So, it’s a good idea to be informed about your heating and cooling equipment.
If you want to know more about your HVAC system, contact us. And be sure to check in with us each week where you’ll find the information you need to stay comfortable, avoid breakdowns, lower your energy bills and improve your indoor air quality.