When it comes to heating and cooling, what’s your comfort personality? Take the quiz.
Is HVAC on your back to school list? If not, it should be. Heating and cooling energy costs are a major budget line item for schools – often, second only to salaries. Why is comfort so important in schools? Read on…
Times are changing. ACt accordingly: How will new Commercial HVAC Regulations impact you?
A recent survey conducted by Emerson Climate Technologies revealed that few consulting specifying engineers are aware of how the changing HVAC regulations will directly influence their business and the air conditioning market as a whole.
This past month, the one-millionth visitor visited the AC & Heating Connect website. In 2013, North Americans began looking to our site to find useful information regarding air conditioning and heating equipment for homes and businesses. This milestone reminds us how helpful a resource like ours can be to help explain confusing HVAC terms,
The heat and humidity from summer are rapidly approaching. Now is the time to make sure your air conditioning system is fully functioning.
If your air conditioning unit happens to fail, it is important to do your research before deciding on a new one.
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Based on many user comments and questions we’ve received on AC & Heating Connect over the past two years, we noticed a lot of confusion about what “comfort” really means to homeowners. It seems like many people are not aware of the comfort advantages available in 16 SEER or greater systems with capacity modulation.
Unlike vowing to eat better or lose weight, resolving to make your home more energy efficient is an easy commitment. You’ll not only save money, but also feel more comfortable at home throughout the year.
1) Resolve to invest in an HVAC home energy audit – A home audit will assess how much energy your home consumes and provide suggestions for making it more energy efficient.
There are inherent benefits to cooling the whole house including better air circulation, filtration and the elimination of cold or hot spots. However, there are times when cooling the upstairs bedrooms don’t make sense if no one is sleeping in them.