Have you noticed a big difference in air conditioning prices when shopping for a unit to cool off your house? While air conditioners are moderately expensive, not all of the low cost or high cost air conditioners are cost-effective over the long run.
The last few weeks we have been discussing filtering out bad health and repair costs for your furnace. If you missed any of our three-part series, please visit part 1, Using and Replacing Furnace Filters, and part 2, Learn to Replace or Clean Your Furnace Filter.
Before attempting to replace and clean your furnace filter, it is important to turn off your heating system. To replace or clean your furnace filter, find the service panel of the system and remove the cover.
It is important for you to use furnace filters as they help decrease the release of allergens like pollen and dust through your heating system.
Heat pump repairs can be inconvenient and expensive, but there is some good news. Not every heat pump repair requires calling in a professional. There are some heat pump fixes you can do yourself without incurring the cost of calling out a repair person
To truly understand the green heating concepts, you need to understand the basic definition of “green” in terms of the environment and related products. When a product like a heating system is deemed “green,” this means that there are no environmental earth-based materials destroyed in the process.
Programmable thermostats can store six or more temperature settings a day that you can manually override without affecting the rest of the daily or weekly program.
Thermostats are an important element to your air conditioning and heating system. A thermostat is a device installed in coalition to your system and controls your homes climate according to the desired set temperature.
If you want your Las Vegas heating system to run optimally and last for years, you will have to conduct some routine maintenance on your furnace. Faulty settings, dirty filters and congested burners can all wreck havoc on the efficiency and operation of a furnace.
There was a time not too long ago that words “heat pump” and “environmentally friendly” did not go together at all. Heat pumps had a reputation for being terrible for the environment and for being a horribly inefficient way to heat and cool your home.