Do you know the SEER rating on your existing heat pump or central air conditioner? Effective January 1, 2015, the US Government required that split system heat pumps and central air conditioners installed in the Southeastern Region of the United States of America to be at least 14 SEER. (that includes us here in Hanover County and the metro Richmond area as well)!
Living in Central Virginia means you get all four seasons; and as beautiful as the weather is, it’s also important to keep the temperature of your home comfortable without costing you a fortune.
So you have your dream house. Soon after getting it you’re going to start thinking about what every homeowner thinks about: How can you go about cutting down on energy usage in your home? Luckily for you we've got 15 tips for you on ways to do just that!
At some point in every homeowner’s life, they will be faced with the challenging question – Should I repair my AC or replace it?
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Do you have any idea where heat is escaping from your home? Doors and windows are usually the first things people think about when it comes to escaping heat, but those aren’t the only places heat might be leaking out of your home.
With the holidays right around the corner, most of our bank accounts will feel the strain. Presents, parties, and winter clothes can add up quickly. That makes October a perfect time to take a few extra steps to help save money and reduce expenses. Here are a few energy saving tips that can be done around the home which can help you save money and reduce your energy bills.
If you have a heating and cooling system, you have air filters. An air filter's primary job is to prevent large airborne particles from entering or clogging your HVAC system. Some air filters do also do the job of preventing certain allergens and pollutants from recirculating throughout your home's duct system, however that is not their main role.
Temperatures in Richmond will soon be dropping. For most of us, our air conditioners and heat pumps are grateful for the break. They worked over time this summer - intaking air and disbursing colder air. All that air has to pass through out air filters which by now have had time to accumulate dust, pollen, mold and other particles from your home’s air.
The efficiency of window units vs. central air is an ongoing debate There are many variables that come into play when determining which system is right for you. These include the size of your home, its insulation, and the average humidity of your climate.