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2014 RESNET Annual Conference

Posted on: March 4, 2014

This year I had the pleasure of representing National Heating at the 2014 RESNET Annual Conference. For those of you who don’t know RESNET stands for Residential Energy Services Network. They are a non-profit organization who are a recognized national standards-making body for building energy efficiency rating and certification systems in the United States. Buildings […]

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Carbon Monoxide Dangers from Neglecting Furnace Repairs and Maintenance in the Cincinnati Market

Posted on: January 16, 2014

A gas furnace should be serviced every year. Failure to do so not only leads to an inefficient furnace, but can lead to carbon monoxide leakage, which is a killer. Carbon monoxide is a gas formed of incomplete combustion of fossil fuels, including natural gas. This incomplete combustion often occurs when there is insufficient oxygen […]

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Sistine Chapel’s New Air Conditioning And Air Purification System Donated By Carrier

Posted on: January 16, 2014

The number of visitors to the Sistine Chapel is likely to be reduced if the new air conditioning and purification system does not significantly reduce the amount of pollution in the building. This is a warning from the head of the Vatican Museums. Such a situation will greatly affect tourism in the small city, as […]

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Avoid Higher Heating Expenditures This Winter

Posted on: January 16, 2014

Whether you noticed it or not, you probably spent around $600 heating your home last winter if you have a natural gas heating system. If you were using propane, then you probably spent a whopping $1500 keeping you and your family warm, and if you used electric, then you probably spent $900. If this worries […]

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Keeping Warm With The Help Of A Furnace

Posted on: January 16, 2014

When it is hot, we wish that the climate would be cold and when it is cold, we wish to keep warm. Likewise, during winters, people want to keep themselves warm. One of the ways of achieving this at home would be the use of a furnace. This can be installed in a house with […]

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How Home Energy Audits Work

Posted on: January 16, 2014

The average American household has a wide range of electronic gadgets and appliances that consume electricity. These include washing machines, computers, TVs, refrigerators, and even mobile devices. In addition, some homes use electricity to power heating and cooling systems. At the end of the day, these electronics, appliances, as well as heating and cooling systems […]

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Professional Heater Installation And Maintenance

Posted on: January 16, 2014

Most people are not too fond of the winter because it’s cold, dull and quite depressing. During this season, life without artificial heating can be very difficult if not utterly impossible and it is for this reason that most people have heaters installed in their homes. If you are yet to install one, chances are […]

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Professional Air Conditioning Repair

Posted on: January 16, 2014

One of the most overlooked, but extremely important, elements of a home is the home HVAC system.  A HVAC system that works correctly will be able to cool a home during the warm summer months and keep it warm during the coldest parts of the winter.  People that own or manage a home or other […]

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How To Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted on: January 16, 2014

When people think of air pollution, they often think of the outdoors, rather than considering indoor air quality. They think about cars and factories filling the atmosphere with smoke. In places like Los Angeles, this smog is often visible to the naked eye, making it easy to really grasp the scope of the problem. Once […]

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Energy Audits For The Home

Posted on: January 16, 2014

Those who are looking to make their homes more energy efficient may find that energy audits are a good way to begin the process. With a home energy efficiency audit, home owners can find out how to make their homes more efficient so that they create less harm to the environment and find home energy […]

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FAQs

What Temperature Should I Set on My Thermostat?

The ideal temperature to set on your thermostat will vary by season. In the summer, it's recommended that you set your thermostat between 70˚ and 75˚ while you're at home. When you're away from home, setting the thermostat nearer to 80˚ can save energy, which will save you money on…

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What Size HVAC System Do I Need?

The best size for your new HVAC system will depend on a number of factors, like: The size and layout of your home The number of windows and doors your home has The cooling load required to meet your comfort needs The best way to ensure you select a perfectly…

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How Long Does An Air Conditioner Last?

The lifespan of an AC system will depend on various factors, like: The type, brand, and model of the system you have Whether the system was installed properly How frequently it's used How often it receives maintenance service On average, air conditioners can last about 10 to 15 years. The…

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How Often Should I Schedule AC Maintenance?

We recommend air conditioner maintenance service at least twice a year, once before you turn your system on for spring or summer and again before you shut your system down in fall or winter. If anyone in your family has respiratory issues or a compromised immune system, more frequent AC…

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