How might you and your family stay cool inside, aside from – or in addition to – making the most of your home air-conditioning? Here are some hints: Use the bathroom exhaust fan Whenever you take a shower — even if you aren’t running your
Ah, spring. The snap of the catcher’s mitt on Opening Day. Corsages for prom. And, for conscientious homeowners, it’s time for their spring furnace maintenance. But why spring? Winter dust leads to spring mold That dry dust spends all winter collecting in your air ducts.
Our Cincinnati area customers are asking us more and more about the use of geothermal in Cincinnati, so we wanted to share some of the reasons switch to a geothermal HVAC system is a step worth considering. Lower bills Compared to a gas furnace or
The term Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is an important term for every homeowner to know when they are thinking about purchasing a new central air conditioning system, or when they are evaluating the effectiveness of their current system. The standard SEER rating for all
Here in Cincinnati, we always need to be on the lookout for storms. Tornadoes are a common occurrence in the Ohio River valley, and they can sweep through the Tri-State with relatively little warning. In elementary school, we learned how to protect ourselves: by going
As we wrote about earlier this month in “Will the World be as Cool as Cincinnati?,” India is expected to double its demand for air conditioning in the next 15 years. Helping meet the challenge is a 16-year-old female engineering student from the Indian city
Thieves in Memphis, Tennessee stole nearly 500 air conditioners over six months, according to a report by WREG-TV. The robberies happened between January and July of 2016, and the majority of air conditioners were stolen between May and July. Cincinnati gets quite humid this time
Your home has ducts, and inevitably, those ducts start to leak over time. In the olden days – well, even ten years ago – people taped up leaks in their ducts, or plugged up their leaks with messy mastic. Meet Aeroseal! It Saves You Money!
Six words that may bring comfort to you in this Cincinnati summer: the Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit. This is a federal I.R.S. personal tax credit which applies to air conditioners purchased before December 31, 2016, and it was renewed by the Consolidated Appropriations Act
Our customers often ask us, “What is the most efficient way to use my air conditioner?” In Cincinnati, given our rapid temperature shifts and high humidity, making the most of your home cooling system is key. Old Drafty Windows? Cover Them Up One of the