Heat Gain in Your Cleveland Area Home: Don’t Overlook It

Heat Gain in Your Cleveland Area Home: Don't Overlook ItReducing how much heat gain enters your Cleveland area home during the hot days of summer can help you reduce your monthly cooling costs and keep your household feeling consistently more comfortable. Your home’s walls, doors, windows and ceilings all work together to insulate your indoor environment. That being the case, their energy efficiency has a big impact on your heating and cooling costs. Read More »

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What’s Triggering Your Indoor Allergy Symptoms?

What's Triggering Your Indoor Allergy Symptoms?Do you struggle with allergies that don’t subside, even when you take medication and stay indoors? Have you recently been diagnosed with asthma, or suffered from a cold that just wouldn’t go away? When you don’t have an air cleaning system that properly ventilates and filters the air in your home, it can affect your health in chronic, debilitating ways. The cause of your allergy symptoms very likely could be poor indoor air quality.  Read More »

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Five Crucial Things to Know Before Replacing Your A/C

Five Crucial Things to Know Before Replacing Your A/CWith summer well under way, it’s past time to think about how to keep your home cool and comfortable. If you have an old cooling system or one that’s giving you fits, you may want to strongly consider replacing your A/C. A new, high-efficiency air conditioner can significantly reduce your energy bills this summer and for many more into the future. Read More »

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Why the A/C in Your Cleveland Area Home May Need Help Dehumidifying

Why the A/C in Your Cleveland Area Home May Need Help DehumidifyingSummer is usually the season when humidity is at its peak. High humidity of course means that there’s a large amount of moisture in the air, which makes your home feel damp and uncomfortable. In Northeast Ohio, outside can often exceed levels of 70 percent humidity, while it’s ideal to keep your home comfortably under 50 percent. While a modern air conditioning system can help with humidity, the best option to solve chronic high humidity is a dehumidifier working in tandem with your A/C or heat pump. Read More »

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HVAC Terms That Can Give You a Better Understanding of Your System

HVAC Terms That Can Give You a Better Understanding of Your SystemFor most of us, the HVAC installation in our homes represents the single greatest investment we make aside from the house itself. It’s important to know at least the basic HVAC terms specific to your system; this will improve your ability to communicate with your contractor when an emergency or maintenance call becomes necessary. Read More »

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Two-Stage Cooling: Why You Might Want to Consider It

Two-Stage Cooling: Why You Might Want to Consider ItTwo-stage cooling systems are more energy efficient than standard air conditioners, and they offer improved cooling performance without sacrificing any of your comfort needs. A two-stage compressor allows these systems to operate at two speeds, high and low, whereas standard, single-stage air conditioners only operate on high. This means they’re running full-blast even when your home’s need for A/C is relatively low. Read More »

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When the Heat Pump Stops Cooling, Check Out These Possible Causes

When the Heat Pump Stops Cooling, Check Out These Possible CausesEven though Ohio is in the Midwest, we do experience hot days in the summer. When your heat pump stops cooling, that’s why it’s a good thing there are steps you can take to try to get it running again before you resort to calling an expert. Read More »

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CO Monitor Shopping? Some Features You May Want to Look For

CO Monitor Shopping? Some Features You May Want to Look ForSo you’re in the market for a new CO monitor for your home. That’s great, but do you know what you should be looking for? The top CO monitors all have a few things in common, and these are features that you absolutely must have: Read More »

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The 3 Key Parts of a Geothermal Heat Pump

The 3 Key Parts of a Geothermal Heat PumpMost of us are looking for as many ways to save on household expenses as possible. More and more homeowners are choosing to install a geothermal heat pump to save on heating and cooling bills. Heat pumps use the stable temperature of the ground a few feet below the surface to release the heat from the home in summer and to heat the home in winter. This is why they are sometimes called ground source heat pumps. Read More »

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Don’t Forget the Duct Inspection

Don't Forget the Duct InspectionWith summer well under way in Northeast Ohio, your A/C has been humming away to keep you and your family comfortable. Unlucky for you, you may be losing conditioned air (and money) through leaky ducts in your home. Air leaking from your ductwork will force your air conditioner to work overtime to meat your household’s demand for cooling.  Read More »

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