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Will Your Heating System Be Ready When You Need It?

Although memories of summer activities are still quite fresh in our mind, we should prepare for fall’s first frosty morning. Here are a few questions to ask yourself BEFORE you need to heat your home or office. How well did the furnace operate during the last heating season? Is the heating system safe to operate? […]

What is “Indoor Comfort”?

We are often asked questions such as; “What constitutes indoor comfort?”, “What effects indoor comfort?”, “Why is it not comfortable in my home or office?”. There is so much more to “indoor comfort” than just the temperature that the thermostat is set to maintain. Actually, the temperature is the least important factor in addressing total […]

Should I Use a Programmable Thermostat?

I am often asked “What type of thermostat is best for my home?”. The answer to this varies based upon what type of system heats and cools your home or office, and your efficiency goals. Lets discuss the types of thermostats available to purchase. Digital / Non-programmable– This is a “set-it and forget-it” type thermostat. […]

FAQ–To Recharge or Not to Recharge?

This is a frequently asked question, especially this time of year. Much discussion has been made over the ability to recharge your air conditioning system with the (soon to be phased out) R-22 freon. We can discuss EPA rulings and phase out dates if you would like, but let’s make this simple. The a/c system […]

Why is it so Humid in Here?

We receive so many calls asking this very question. High indoor humidity is the result of lower temperatures but high moisture content in the outdoor air (rain), combined with the activities that we do indoors to create high moisture levels (cooking, showering, laundry). There are many sources of moisture; such as wet crawlspaces or basements, […]

Do you Have Hot or Cold Areas of Your Home or Office?

Perhaps you have an upstairs or bonus room that stays hot all summer and cold all winter. Maybe the basement is always cool and damp. Does the summer sun that shines directly into your windows create areas that will not cool properly? These are just a few examples of unbalanced indoor air temperature issues. In […]