Energy-efficiency is an important trend today among homeowners, not only because energy-efficiency is better for the environment but because it’s also better for your wallet. If you’re getting ready to replace your furnace this fall before the cold weather starts, you may want to consider a hybrid model. These are some things to consider before you start. Do you have a somewhat unpredictable climate? If the most reliable thing about your weather is that it will probably change in the next hour or two, a hybrid furnace system with a dual-speed fan could be a big energy and money saver.…Read More »
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A good HVAC technician will recommend a furnace that’s correctly sized for your home. However, some homeowners demand a larger furnace because they (falsely) believe it will keep their home even warmer or will operate more efficiently. This is just not a good idea. If your HVAC contractor recommends a furnace of a certain size, trust that that is the size you need. Installing a furnace that’s too large can cause the following issues.…Read More »
Portable and window air conditioners are two alternative cooling options to central air conditioning systems which are designed to cool a much smaller area. Because they each possess their own unique method of operation, portable and window air conditioners also have a distinctive set of features and drawbacks. Understanding what each type of air conditioner has to offer you can help you choose the one that best fits your needs.…Read More »