Pro Tips

Following The EnergyGuide Label To Long-Term Savings

October 18, 2012 Mike Behr
Whatever type of large HVAC equipment purchase is on the horizon, you want to make a wise, cost-effective investment that will result in the most energy savings possible.
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Evaluating Your Need For Whole-House Dehumidification

October 16, 2012 Mike Behr
In the summer, the air can become uncomfortably humid. system to your mid-Ohio home. If you air condition your home in the summer and keep the windows closed most of th
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An Easy Guide To Operating And Maintaining Your Heat Pump

October 11, 2012 Mike Behr
Maintaining your heat pump properly not only ensures that you remain comfortable during both summer and winter but also leads to lower energy bills. Well-maintained heat
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Think You Might Be Buying A Furnace This Fall? Do A Little Research Before You Go Out

October 9, 2012 Mike Behr
Buying a furnace presents some complicated choices, and the more knowledge you have beforehand, the better choices you'll make. Although you'll need help from an HVAC pro
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The Language Of Air Conditioners: Are You Cool With All Those Terms?

October 4, 2012 Mike Behr
In the language of air conditioners, unique terms are used to describe how these systems function. When you know more about how AC's work, you can make better decisions,
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A UV Light System: When Clean Air In Your Home Is A Must

October 2, 2012 Mike Behr
A UV light system takes home air purification to the next level. There’s a growing awareness of mold spores and bacteria. These allergens are not killed by filterin
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Giveaway Signs That Your Ductwork Needs Attention

September 27, 2012 Mike Behr
The ductwork and vents on your home’s HVAC system deliver heated air in the winter and cool air in the summer. Normally, you don’t think about these ducts, be
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Carbon Monoxide Detectors: Cooler Days Are Just Ahead -- Does Your Family Have Adequate Protection?

September 25, 2012 Mike Behr
It won't be long before you have to button up your home for the cooler weather approaching, which means that you'll have to depend on your carbon monoxide detectors to
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Air Sealing And Insulating: A Late-Summer Project That Will Boost Your Savings When The Weather Turns

September 20, 2012 Mike Behr
If you'd like to lower your heating bills this winter, you should strongly consider air sealing and insulating your home. Both of these steps are effective and inexpensiv
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Your Noisy Air Conditioner: How Much Longer Can You Take It?

September 18, 2012 Mike Behr
If your home has a noisy air conditioner, the constant sounds coming from your unit are likely grating on your nerves. But what can you do about it? Your first goal shou
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The Ductless Mini Split: How It Offers All The Advantages Of A Heat Pump, And More

September 13, 2012 Mike Behr
Heat pump technology eliminated the need for a separate furnace for heating in a central HVAC system. Ductless mini splits take that option to the next level by eliminati
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Your Zoning System: 6 Key Design Rules

September 11, 2012 Mike Behr
A You’ve probably noticed that your basement is naturally cooler than the upper floor in your home. This fact makes it clear that hot air rises and cool air falls,
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