No matter the age of your system, you should never ignore unusual furnace noises. Often an indicator of more serious problems, furnace noises should be taken seriously — so call the best Indiana heating and cooling company if you hear any of the following noises:
Electricity- or fuel-powered furnaces are common sources of home heating in Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan, but they are expensive to operate. On the other hand, a major energy-efficient alternative — the heat pump — loses its efficiency as temperatures fall. That’s where a dual fuel heating system comes in, offering energy efficient and reliable heating.
Maybe your furnace has been making some unusual noises or you’ve noticed higher energy costs, so you called in an HVAC expert. If the technician found that your furnace has a cracked heat exchanger, you now have a red-tagged furnace on your hands — and you need an expert’s help to decide what to do next.
A programmable thermostat is a must-have tool in an energy-efficient home for controlling the heating and cooling system. When properly used, these thermostats reduce the amount of energy your household uses for heating and cooling while maintaining or improving your comfort level. Keep the following tips in mind to get the best results from your programmable thermostat.
One of the challenges of heating a home during this time of year is finding a way to keep everyone comfortable. Not only do different family members have different preferred temperatures, but different rooms in the home can stay warmer or cooler than others.
If you are looking for a way to lower your heating bills without sacrificing comfort, you may want to consider installing a dual-fuel system. These systems combine an electric heat pump with a gas- or oil-powered furnace to provide an energy-efficient heating solution.
The end of summer is in sight, but plenty of hot days remain in Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan. There are a few things you can do to make sure you’re getting the best performance possible from your air conditioning system — at the lowest cost. While your unit is still working hard and running often, help it along with these …
When it comes to reducing our energy consumption, we don’t always know where to look. We may be sending part of our bank accounts out the door, windows, flue or attic. There are various was to determine how to best increase our energy efficiency. One way is by having an energy audit.
Have you ever looked at your electric bill or fuel statement and wished you could make it go down instead of up? If you’re serious about getting in on some energy savings, there’s a great website you should visit. It’s totally anonymous; you don’t give your name, and no one will call. But it’s designed for your specific area. It’s …
Summers in the Midwest can be brutal, and your air conditioner can only do so much to help you beat the heat. A dehumidifier used in conjunction with your A/C can make your home more comfortable. Dehumidifier Benefits Dehumidifiers help control the level of moisture in the air. Most people feel comfortable when the relative humidity in their home is …
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