Smart thermostats let you conveniently control your HVAC system through a user-friendly screen or your smartphones. Some products even adjust by themselves based on learned preferences.
While there are certain aspects of air conditioning care and maintenance that should be left to the professionals, there are also things you can do as a homeowner to make sure your cooling system runs more efficiently, such as:
Spring is a beautiful time of year. Unfortunately, it's also the time for seasonal allergies. While you probably enjoy the warm weather and spending time in the great outdoors, dealing with the sneezing and other unwanted allergy symptoms can be very trying. Learning more about the sour [...]Read More
Conventional HVAC units have a single setting. These single-speed units operate at 100% when turned on, after which they switch off once they reach the preset indoor temperature. There is another type of HVAC unit, however, that uses innovative technology to adjust its output and capaci [...]Read More
With the commencement of Daylight Saving Time, the days start getting longer and the weather starts getting warmer. This may make you want to turn your cooling system on 24/7, but doing so will inevitably lead to higher energy costs and bills. In addition to this, your HVAC equipment ca [...]Read More