Winter is a time when the cold weather and icy conditions can affect your home's electrical system. It's important to be aware of the potential hazard of DIY repairs, as well as being familiar
Geothermal: A Quiet, Clean and Quite Energy-Efficient System Geothermal systems are clean, quiet, and a very energy efficient way to heat and cool your home. Most air conditioning and heat pump units transfer heat and
If your energy bills seem to be ever-increasing, watch the video below to see how you can easily lower your energy consumption and put your money back in your pocket.
With freezing temperatures still in the forecast, it’s difficult to believe spring is almost upon us; but soon frozen flakes will melt into raindrops and make everything covered in white bloom into green. That seems
Making Sense of Air Conditioning Options With so many air conditioning systems out there, how can you know which one is the best for your home or business? How can you tell if the one
When replacing your home’s heating system, you should take efficiency and comfort into consideration. A variable-speed furnace can considerably improve these two factors. It works differently than a traditional furnace and has several important benefits
This winter has been a harsh one here in Northeast Ohio, and unfortunately, we still have quite a few weeks of heating season left. Many homeowners are upgrading to highly efficient furnaces, which can save
If you’re in the market for new heating equipment, you might automatically think of your high-efficiency options. The only downside to a higher-efficiency furnace is the upfront cost. In fact, a furnace with a rating
High-efficiency furnaces use sidewall vents for “breathing” in outside air for fuel combustion, and “exhaling” cooled exhaust gases nearly depleted of heat. If you’re unfamiliar with the venting and combustion processes of high-efficiency furnaces, take
Having a high-efficiency furnace can keep your house warm during the cold Ohio winters while using less energy. The savings on energy can grow even larger when comparing a high-efficiency unit to older model furnaces.