What Are The Benefits Of Purchasing A Lennox SLP98V Gas Furnace?

December 10, 2015

If you are in the market for a new gas furnace, consider the attractive features of the Lennox SLP98V gas furnace. New furnaces must meet or exceed energy efficiency standards set by the Department of Energy. Quiet operation and even distribution of conditioned air are important features. Wi-Fi-compatible operation is one of the benefits of installing the gas furnace by Lennox. These attributes help define what is a Lennox SLP98V gas furnace and why Energy Star designated it as one of the most efficient furnaces of 2015. What Is A Lennox SLP98V Gas Furnace? The Dave

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What Are The Benefits Of Purchasing A GPS-2400 Air Purifier?

December 8, 2015

Most household indoor air contains pollutants that are harmful to humans and animals. Adding an air purifier to a residential forced-air HVAC system removes indoor pollutants and maintains healthy indoor air. Dust, animal dander, pollen, insect parts, mold, and bacteria are common pollutants. Other indoor air contaminants come from volatile organic compounds present in household products like paint, pesticides, plywood, and glue. Odors and musty smells from poorly ventilated buildings also contribute to poor indoor air quality. A GPS-2400 air purifier removes these airborne particulates. Clean-smelling air is one of the several benefits of installing the air purifier system.

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Health Benefits Of An Air Purifier

November 18, 2015

What Is An Air Purifier? Many folks are unaware of the pollutants present in the air inside their homes. Cooking odors, pet dander, insect parts, dust and cigarette smoke are just a few common airborne pollutants. These and other pollutants such as airborne viruses, bacteria, and mold can cause health problems, particularly for those with allergies or asthma. Volatile organic compounds that come from household products like paint, nail polish and pesticides are also common airborne contaminants. Some pollutants like radon come from the earth and enter a home through cracks in the foundation, from exposed soil and from

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Benefits Of Zoning Systems

November 15, 2015

There is a lot of talk about the benefits of zoning systems for homes. But what benefits do HVAC zoning systems really bring? Zoning a home allows residents to keep temperatures comfortable in areas in use and reduce air delivery in other areas. When properly sized and installed, zoning systems can contribute to both a/c energy savings and heat energy savings as well as create a more comfortable indoor environment. How They Work A standard forced-air system delivers conditioned air to all areas of a building. When the system is installed, ductwork, furnaces, and air conditioning

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How To Program A Wi-Fi Thermostat

November 12, 2015

Energy Efficiency Management When properly installed and used, programmable thermostats can save consumers up to 10 percent a year on heating and cooling bills. Programmable thermostats are designed to reflect the lifestyle of the user by heating or cooling a house when residents are home and set back the heat or air conditioning when people are away. These devices have temperature controls that result in precise energy efficiency management, with temperature accuracy within one degree. In some models, different settings can be programmed for each day of the week. Other models provide one set of temperature

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Should I Switch To Ductless?

November 9, 2015

Heating a home can take a big chunk out of your budget. If you have been looking for a more efficient heating system, a ductless heat pump might be the answer. Here are reasons to consider going ductless. Energy Efficiency Heat pumps are more efficient than many other heating systems because instead of creating heat, the pump simply collects existing heat from one area and deposits it in another area. A ductless pump is even more efficient than ducted models because no heat is lost through ducts. Instead, an outdoor unit is connected to an indoor

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What Is An HRV?

November 6, 2015

HRV stands for heat recovery ventilation. Property owners can purchase this item to help reduce heating costs. Sometimes called a home air exchanger, an HRV helps decrease the amount of heat it takes to keep a house warm. Heat ventilation systems can provide homeowners with a variety of benefits, but the key is to be in an ideal climate when a return on investment is the concern. Using an HRV can provide several benefits for commercial and residential users. Experts suggest that money is not the only consideration for property owners who are thinking about using a heat exchange system.

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When Should I Change My Filter?

November 2, 2015

When building a home, the rule of thumb when it comes to where you should spend more is for the things that can’t be easily changed. For example, paint is relatively cheap. Light fixtures can be replaced without much effort nor cost, and carpet, while not cheap, is fairly easy to replace. You can probably get by with not buying the best for these items. Windows and doors are items that fall into the classification of buying quality. Spend a little more on windows and doors that will last. However, the most important item is the heating and air

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