Common Air Flow Questions From Customers

On average, our technicians are in 150 Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan homes every day. We’ve noticed, some of the same homeowner questions keep coming up. Here’s our expert answers from Operations Manager James Olesen: 1. Should I open or close my basement registers? Open them in the winter so you can heat the basement, but, since basements are typically …

4 Tips to Make Breathing Easy This Spring

MISHAWAKA/FORT WAYNE/PLYMOUTH, IN; ST. JOSEPH/NILES, MI — If you are a homeowner in our area and notice you are dusting more and more to keep your home clean, there may be a reason. Your home may be circulating bacteria, fungi, smoke, lint, animal dander, dust and dust mites, pollen, cooking grease and other contaminants through your heating and cooling system. …

Could Your Home Benefit from a Ductless Mini-Split Cooling System?

Ductless mini-split air conditioning and heating units are a great option for homes without ductwork. They are also an efficient cooling option when building on an addition, or for use in a room where temperature consistency is difficult to maintain with an existing conventional system, such as a sunroom. Costs of Ductless Cooling Systems Two primary costs go into the …

Staying Cool In The Summer Heat

Staying Cool In The Summer Heat

How do your kids handle really hot summer days? Do they want to stay indoors, enjoying the air conditioning and spending all their time playing with electronics? Or if you don’t have air conditioning, do they just sit around doing nothing because it’s too hot? Help your children use the hot weather as a positive inducement to have fun. Fun …

Your Life Runs on Schedules, Your Thermostat Should Too

Your Life Runs on Schedules, Your Thermostat Should Too

A programmable thermostat is a easy and effective way to control your home’s heating and cooling system. Not only will it maintain your family’s comfort throughout the day and night: it will reduce your energy usage, shrink your carbon footprint, and save you money. Programmable thermostats can be set to automatically increase and reduce the temperature in a home on …

Zoned Heating and Cooling: Why It’s Right for Your Home

Zoned Heating and Cooling: Why It’s Right for Your Home

A zoned heating and cooling system is one of the best ways to ensure the comfort of your home and reduce its energy consumption. Zones are different areas of the home that have different heating and cooling needs. In a two-zone house, for example, the bedrooms may be on one zone, and the rest of the house on a second. …