The leaves are almost all off of the trees, and it’s time to start thinking about winter heating season and how to minimize your heating bills. Fortunately, spending a little time and money early on can save you a bundle come January and February.
Installing a new heating or cooling system is one of the biggest expenses you’ll make for your home.
If you’re in the market for a new heating system this winter, you may be wondering what the better choice is for your Maryland or Washington, DC area home—a heat pump or a traditional electric or gas-powered furnace.
The HVAC world ushered in a new family this year as ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers) joined forces with the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA)! The merger represents both groups’ commitment to helping improve indoor air quality in buildings of all kinds, so with that in mind, we thought we’d present the top 10 indoor air quality tips from ASHRAE.
With the upcoming increase in Department of Energy (DOE) energy conservation standards, which go into effect Jan. 1, 2015, the Us Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is considering changing the specifications for central air conditioners and heat pumps necessary for systems to earn ENERGY STAR certification.
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