Getting Your Home Humidity Under Control

2020-05-20T09:39:04-05:00

Summer heat combined with humidity can create uncomfortable, muggy weather here in Ohio; and because the Lake Erie water absorbs and retains heat all season, it can elevate lake effect and make us all miserable.

Getting Your Home Humidity Under Control2020-05-20T09:39:04-05:00

Signs of a Dying A/C Unit

2020-05-20T09:54:45-05:00

It’s easy to know when your every-day objects need to be replaced: your car battery when it dies; your phone when it breaks; milk when it’s two weeks past its expiration date, and it starts

Signs of a Dying A/C Unit2020-05-20T09:54:45-05:00

Fall HVAC Maintenance

2020-05-20T10:59:20-05:00

With fall weather underway, now is the best time to get your HVAC system in gear with some well-needed fall maintenance. Not only does it help prevent minor problems from turning into major breakdowns during

Fall HVAC Maintenance2020-05-20T10:59:20-05:00

Clean the A/C Condensate Drain With These Helpful Tips

2020-05-20T11:18:40-05:00

The greater Cleveland area’s high humidity means your air conditioner has no shortage of condensate to deal with. Cleaning the A/C condensate drain correctly helps ensure this water doesn’t shut down your system or back

Clean the A/C Condensate Drain With These Helpful Tips2020-05-20T11:18:40-05:00

Here are Some Reasons to Consider a Variable-Speed Air Handler

2020-05-20T11:23:58-05:00

If you’re shopping for new HVAC equipment to maximize energy efficiency and home comfort, a variable-speed air handler is a feature worth investigating. The air handler contains the blower fan that’s responsible for pushing conditioned air

Here are Some Reasons to Consider a Variable-Speed Air Handler2020-05-20T11:23:58-05:00

Is It Best to Set the Thermostat to Fan On or Auto?

2020-05-20T11:26:11-05:00

Take a look at your thermostat. Upon close inspection, you’ll notice that you can make the decision to either set the fan to “auto” or “on.” But do you know which setting is best for your

Is It Best to Set the Thermostat to Fan On or Auto?2020-05-20T11:26:11-05:00