Article Found on Improvenet While freezers, furnaces and air conditioners are recognizable examples of what heat pumps are, the term is more general and applied to many HVAC systems. A heat pump is an important piece of equipment that facilitates heat energy transfer from its source to its destination. The destination is also referred to […]
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Article Found on Modernize If you’re anything like most homeowners, the words “chimney sweep” mostly conjures up images of Dick Van Dyke dancing across the London skyline. But chimney sweeping is actually a vital part of homeownership. Chimneys require regular cleaning to keep them safe to use. So what does cleaning entail? And how much […]
Article found on FirstEnergyGroup. Backup generators can provide an emergency power supply, enabling you to keep important equipment running during a power outage. It’s important to make sure generators are properly installed and operated to prevent health and safety risks for you and our crews. Before installing or operating a generator, review the following sections […]
Article Found on Modernize Have you ever woken up freezing on a cold winter’s night? If you haven’t accidentally left the window open, chances are your furnace has broken down—and it can be a couple of miserably chilly days to wait while your furnace is repaired or replaced. However, if you can diagnose a failing […]
When stifling summer or frigid winter temperatures set in, homeowners have a tendency to reach for the thermostat and crank it up or down in order to stay comfortable. A few weeks later, they discover that their energy bill has skyrocketed and wonder why it drastically increased. The equation is simple; the more your indoor […]
Article Found on Improvenet Each month, homeowners receive energy bills they wish were just little lower. Some customers are surprised to see that despite efforts to become a more energy-efficient home, bills are still high. Often, this can happen in the summer or winter when HVAC systems are being used the most to keep your […]
Article Found on Mitsubishi Blog Myth: Old Homes Can’t Be Made Energy Efficient The Truth: Old homes are often known for their charm, character or historical influence. One thing they aren’t known for? Being energy efficient. That’s because we didn’t have the same knowledge of building science. We didn’t understand how tight building envelopes positively […]
Article found on Maytag Have you checked your floor vents recently? Are you beginning to feel a chill in the air? We’re diving deeper and deeper into fall, and the weather is only going to get colder. Are you ready for chillier weather? While we’re preparing for winter weather, it’s important to keep our pets […]
Article Found on Aristair According to IFMA research, an uncomfortable workplace temperature is the number one complaint of office workers about their workplace environment. Actually, it’s both number one and number two (people complain most about being too hot AND about being too cold).
Article Found on Modernize Autumn is fully underway and most homes have had the heat turned on at least once. Checklists are being printed out and homeowners are starting to winterize their homes as the weather cools. If you haven’t already, now is a good time to make sure your furnace is working—you don’t want to […]