Better HVAC Energy Efficiency
As all fuel prices continue rising sky high, energy efficiency has returned as a major topic. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the last seven summers have seen record-breaking heat and the forecast doesn’t seem to want to let up.
Do You Need a Humidifier, a Dehumidifier or Both
The amount of water vapor in the air is called humidity. Depending on how dry or damp the air is at any given time of year, you may require the assistance of a humidifier or dehumidifier. Both devices maintain the humidity levels inside living spaces for optimal comfort. Humidity control is essential to keep the air healthy for inhabitants and safeguard the structure.
Do Not Tax your HVAC This Summer in Georgia
With each new season, Georgia homeowners go through the ritual of adjusting to changing temperatures. However, summer is fast approaching, and the heat is already starting to rise. That means it is time to consider effective HVAC use and energy savings. Energy costs can become financially overwhelming for families and businesses. However, there are several steps you can take to reduce these costs. Your HVAC system is designed to provide cool air, but you shouldn’t rely solely on mechanically driven air conditioning.
The Whys and Wherefores of Mini Split Systems
The past thirty years in the Heating and Ventilation (HVAC) industry have seen substantial improvements in the efficiency of heating and cooling systems. One of the basic components of this change has been the increased use of heat pumps and reduced dependency on fossil fuels. Most recently, Ductless Mini-Split-System Heat Pumps (Mini Splits) have become more common in new construction and when updating older structures. When discussing HVAC systems with a contractor, it’s easy to confuse the various components: heat pumps, air conditioning and furnaces.
Is Your HVAC System Operating Correctly?
When operating properly, your home or business HVAC system should maintain an optimal temperature throughout your premises. If you operate a business, ensuring the comfort of your employees and customers through the warm summer months and cold winter months increases productivity and drives purchases.
Is Your Heat Pump as Efficient as it Could Be?
Heat pumps are an exciting addition to the world of heating and cooling. Using small amounts of energy, a heat pump can warm or cool a building based on your needs. Renowned for their efficiency and ease of use, heat pumps still require regular maintenance. Failing to have your unit regularly serviced can cost you money from reduced efficiency or result in costly repairs in the long run.