Heating and Cooling Insights :: Archive » October 2013

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Trust Your Sharonville Heating and Air Conditioning Needs to NATE-Certified Experts

by Greg Leisgang on October 30, 2013

Much of your comfort at home depends on your heating and air conditioning system. To maintain that comfort, it's wise to allow only highly skilled, experienced technicians to care for the system in your Sharonville home. Looking for NATE certification is one easy way to find those technicians.… read more »

Keep in Heating and Air Conditioning in Your Mason Home -- How Caulk Can Help

by Greg Leisgang on October 28, 2013

No matter how efficient your heating and air conditioning system, it can't keep you comfortable if your home is riddled with air leaks. In a leaky home, Mason's cold winters and hot, humid summers rapidly draw out conditioned air and let in outdoor air. Air sealing your home with caulk and weatherstripping helps prevent this. In some older homes, air sealing could reduce your heating and air conditioning bills by up to 20 percent.… read more »

Heating and Air Fact or Fiction?: Closing Your Air Vents Improves HVAC Efficiency in Your Hamilton Home

by Greg Leisgang on October 23, 2013

Historically, homeowners closed off areas of their homes for heating and air conditioning efficiency. Hamilton homeowners are finding that while that may have been a good practice when wood stoves were used, it is not ideal for many homes today.… read more »

South Lebanon Homeowners Can Ward Off Furnace Repair With a Professional Inspection

by Greg Leisgang on October 21, 2013

On a snowy South Lebanon winter night, the last thing you want is a furnace breakdown. Getting your heating system checked before winter arrives helps keep it running reliably so you can avoid breakdowns and high furnace repair bills. Thorough, professional furnace inspections offer multiple benefits.… read more »

Should You Switch to a Heat Pump for Your Springdale Area Home?

by Greg Leisgang on October 14, 2013

When it comes time to replace your worn out furnace and air conditioner, it can be stressful to decide on the right replacement. There are many heating and cooling options on the market today. You could always have your old furnace and air conditioning unit replaced with an exact replication. However, if you want to find a more long-term, cost-effective and energy-efficient option for your Springdale household, you might consider making the switch to a heat pump.… read more »

8 Cost-Effective Ways to Reduce Heating and Cooling Costs in Your Monroe Home

by Greg Leisgang on October 9, 2013

Nearly 50 percent of your annual utility bill is spent heating and cooling your Monroe home. You can save a considerable amount of money this year with these tips designed to lower your energy consumption and improve the energy efficiency of your home.… read more »

Humidity: Strike a Balance for Comfort in Your Springboro Home Year-Round

by Greg Leisgang on October 7, 2013

When the local forecast calls for high humidity levels in the Springboro area, it's time to take action. We all know what high humidity feels like, and many homes don't have proper insulation against it, nor are they equipped with vapor barriers. However, homeowners should also be conscious of having indoor air that's too dry, which usually happens in the cold winter weather. The bottom line: Proper home humidity levels are essential for year-round comfort.… read more »

Buying a Furnace for Your Franklin Home This Year? Do Your Homework Ahead of Time

by Greg Leisgang on October 2, 2013

A new furnace isn't a purchase you make every day, or even every year for that matter. In fact, it’s probably been a decade or more since you’ve been furnace shopping for your Franklin OH home. Here’s a little homework you can do ahead of time to help the purchasing process go smoothly.… read more »

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