Your thermostat is the brains of your HVAC system. It tells your system which temperature it needs to be at, then tells it to shut off when it reaches that desired temperature. Older thermostats may not be as efficient, and may not read the temperature as well as a newer thermostat will. In this case, your furnace or air conditioner may be working much harder than necessary (or not hard enough).
The option of having a radiant floor heating system installed may be one of the more efficient options for keeping a home comfortable during the winter. In order for you to properly evaluate the practicality of this type of floor, you need to make sure that your understanding about it is as thorough as possible. How Does A Radiant Floor Heating System Work? There are a couple of different system designs that can be used in a radiant floor heating system.
Your air conditioning system needs to be maintained and cleaned on a regular basis if you want to ensure that you're not wasting money. If you fail to keep up certain components in your AC system, there is a good chance that it will lag and you will start to see higher electricity bills. To save yourself money and ensure that you are able to cool down your home, you should practice some normal maintenance.
If you want your air conditioner and furnace to be efficient, you obviously need to make sure that you have good airflow. The key to good airflow is making sure that the air registers are always clean and free of blockages. In fact, if your registers are kept clean, you are also less likely to have problems with mold and allergies. This article explains the best way to clean your air registers.
Having a frozen-over AC condenser coil isn't the best of situations, especially if your neighborhood is currently above ninety degrees. However, as a capable homeowner, you can get to the bottom of the issue quickly. Start by turning off the unit and then switching on just the fan without the thermostat. Allow the coil a few hours to defrost, and while you're doing so, start following these steps for troubleshooting.
Hi, my name is Melinda, and when I sold my home three years ago, I realized that I should have been keeping maintenance records. Because I couldn't prove that we had maintained our HVAC system, the home was actually harder to sell than it should have been. I don't want anyone else to lose money on a home sale or to experience the stress of not having the right records. Because of that, I have created this blog. It explains everything you need to know about maintaining normalcy with your HVAC system and keeping records of check-ups and repairs. Please, take a seat and enjoy reading this blog.