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Humidity and Temperature Effects on Baking

Humidity and Temperature Effects on Baking

December 20, 2018

If your holiday plans include doing a lot of baking for family gatherings and other festive events, this can have an effect on your home’s indoor climate. Your home’s temperature and humidity levels can also affect the way your baked goods turn out. Learn more about the connection between holiday baking and indoor climate, so …

Ornaments Inspired by HVAC

Ornaments Inspired by HVAC

December 13, 2018

The holidays are coming! Time to decorate your home with wreaths, trees, snowmen, and more. If you’re a bit crafty, you can make all those things yourself, with odds and ends you have around the house. And if you’re feeling really ambitious, you can make them all using HVAC components. Here are some HVAC ornaments …

Give the Gift of Warmth: HVAC Gifts

Give the Gift of Warmth: HVAC Gifts

December 11, 2018

The winter months are a wonderful time for family and friends, but let’s not forget that the exchanging of gifts play a big role over the holidays. If you’ve been looking for the perfect present for someone in your life, we suggest one of these HVAC gifts to help your loved ones stay warm for …

What to Consider Before Relocating Your HVAC System

What to Consider Before Relocating Your HVAC System

December 4, 2018

Moving your HVAC system, whether indoors or outdoors, isn’t easy or cheap. As you might guess, all those ducts, refrigeration lines and wiring have to be disconnected and reconnected and it’s pretty challenging. Do not embark on an HVAC relocation unless you fully understand the costs and complications.

What Should You Know About HVAC Control Systems?

What Should You Know About HVAC Control Systems?

November 13, 2018

An HVAC control system for residential heating and cooling equipment is most often the thermostat that turns the system on when it needs warmed or cooled air. These control systems are fairly simple, but without a functioning thermostat, your HVAC system won’t work.

Why Is Your Heater Blowing When the Thermostat is Set to Cool

Why Is Your Heater Blowing When the Thermostat is Set to Cool

October 30, 2018

If it seems like your air conditioner is actually heating the air like the furnace does, you may need to change the HVAC settings, maintain it, or call for a repair. It’s not normal for cooling systems to blow hot air, and in most cases, it’s an easy fix to bring it back to normal.

Getting Rid of Bad HVAC Habits

Getting Rid of Bad HVAC Habits

October 16, 2018

It’s easy to develop bad habits. Most of us, if we’re honest, can admit to plenty of them. But what about your HVAC system? Maybe you have some bad HVAC habits and don’t even know it. Let’s take a look at some of the worst — and unfortunately, most common –among homeowners.

5 HVAC Maintenance Needs for Fall

5 HVAC Maintenance Needs for Fall

September 27, 2018

The new fall season is finally upon us and you know what that means – time to take care of your HVAC system! While it’s going to take a little work, we’ve decided to make it easy for you by providing five fall HVAC maintenance tasks that you can put on your to-do list right …

Ways to Combat Back-to-School Germs with Your HVAC

Ways to Combat Back-to-School Germs with Your HVAC

September 25, 2018

When the kids go back to school, they’re not only spending the day in a hotbed of viruses and bacteria, but they’re also bringing germs back home. To help keep your home contagion-free, you need to implement strategies like teaching the kids to wash their hands frequently, and regularly disinfecting school gear, iPads, phones and …

Proper Insulation and Your HVAC’s Efficiency

Proper Insulation and Your HVAC’s Efficiency

September 6, 2018

Few things affect HVAC efficiency as much as insulation does. Building codes require it and adding more is big business for home remodelers. Enough insulation makes the difference between a home that’s easy to cool and heat, comfortable year-round and relatively quiet.