HVAC & Utilities
Summer is upon us – and with it comes the heat and humidity. And there is always a room or two that are always hot in the summer and cold in the winter. Ductless HVAC systems may be the solution to cool and warm a particular room. They are perfect for converted attics where running duct work may be too expensive or inefficient.
With winter steadily approaching, homeowners are scrambling to ensure their homes are properly heated. Unfortunately, heating can be expensive. With money on the line, efficiency is important.
Three-quarters of all American homes use some type of air conditioning. We consider a pleasant temperature to be an important aspect of household comfort. This in turn makes it important to get that temperature right.
That’s where your HVAC system comes in.
A lot of households all across the country have hard water. This is caused when the water in the area has a high mineral count. Unfortunately, hard water can be harmful to your home in quite a few different ways.
Almost 75 percent of American homes have air conditioning. So, when something as necessary as your HVAC system suddenly develops problems, it’s understandable to worry. The good news is that you can troubleshoot most common HVAC problems on your own.
With the current winter, the more likely we are to get dry skin, chapped lips, nose bleeds, and some respiratory ailments that lead to colds and flues. Is this because of the cold temperatures or something else?
How often have you sat at home wrapped in a cardigan or sweater and still felt a bitter cold seeping into your bones? You might wonder how your home could be so cold all the time, but a quick walkthrough of the property may reveal several sources of preventable heat loss.