It’s Valentine’s Day. Time for you and that special someone to exchange gifts that declare your love for one another. But here’s a question you may not have considered: what will those gifts do to your home’s indoor air quality? Let’s look at some of the IAQ concerns prevalent around Valentine’s Day, and what you […]
Knowing where the air filters are for your HVAC system could be the difference between a system that keeps your home comfortable winter and summer with reasonable energy costs, few repairs and acceptable indoor air quality.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, running the HVAC system consumes roughly half the energy used in an average home. If you’re concerned about reducing your HVAC-related energy costs, you need to consider the effect your roof has on your home’s efficiency.
Heat pumps cool by removing heat absorbed by refrigerant in the home and exhausting it outdoors; they heat by absorbing heat outdoors in refrigerant and then carrying it indoors. Heat pumps work especially well in climates with mild winters, so our area is ideal. If you’re not familiar with heat pumps, you may be baffled […]
Long gone are the days when most pets languished outdoors, enduring the elements as best they could, summer or winter. These days, the more enlightened pet owner understands that pets feel weather as keenly as we do, and that they live longer and in better health if they can live indoors in temperature-controlled conditions. Now […]