Put two Cincinnati homes up against one another and chances are you’re going to see a remarkable difference. So many different elements can factor into how a home has held up over the years, including building materials, the home’s age, exposure, mechanicals and many, many more.
Ducts within a home commonly often go overlooked by Cincinnati residents. This is despite how important a home’s ductwork is, as ducts serve as the lungs of the home. Ducts transfer clean, conditioned air from heating and cooling equipment to all of the living spaces within your house.
With the cold winter finally here, it’s time start thinking about whether or not your home is fully insulated. Air loss is the kind of thing that can easily go unnoticed by homeowners, yet the impact it can have on the energy efficiency of a home is impossible to ignore.
Anyone who has lived through a Cincinnati winter knows that the consequences of not preparing ahead of time can be quite severe. Having a home that is comfortable is ideal for enjoying the winter seasonal change.
Even though we’ve yet to be immersed in the depths of the season, it’s never too early to start thinking about the winter. As if Cincinnati residents don’t have enough to worry about throughout the winter, the issue of ice dams is becoming a phenomenon in Ohio homes.
I was told by my previous contractor about the possible cost of repairing my 12-year old heat pump and decided a new one was desirable. They gave me a quote and I contacted two additional contractors including National. The rep of National proceeded to confirm the likely repairs needed...