As homeowners and business owners return after hurricanes Harvey and Irma, it is important to assess flood-damaged HVAC equipment. Learn more.
Learn more about the HERS Index and why it is an important tool for builders and homeowners alike.
Learn how adding a heat-recovery chiller to your air conditioner can significantly increase your home’s energy savings.
Learn more about the different types of refrigerants, R-22 and R-410A, and discover the reasons why R-22 was discontinued in 2010.
Discover more about the Seasonable Energy Efficiency Ratio, also known as SEER, and the different types of AC units before purchasing a new HVAC system for your home.
Most people think of air pollution as an outdoor problem, but indoor air quality has a major impact on health and well-being since the average American spends about 90 percent of their time indoors.
Did you know that 65% of home energy use is consumed by water heaters and HVAC systems? With Earth Day right around the corner now’s the time to include HVAC maintenance in your spring cleaning schedule in order to keep those systems running efficiently.
When you’re looking for a new air conditioning or heating system, it is important to factor in the total cost of ownership, not just the initial sticker price. Here are a few points to consider:
- Higher efficiency units cost more,
Over time when living in a new home or newly carpeted home, some may notice black lines/areas forming around the perimeter of carpeted rooms. The black lines on the edge of your carpet are a result of filtration soil.
How Your HVAC System Plays a Role in Filtration Soil:
The general rule is,
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An electric baseboard heater is an electrical heating element inside a metal pipe. When the heater is turned on, an electric current flows through the heating element. This type of heater is really efficient to use for zonal heating (heating only occupied rooms in your home).