With 2019 coming to an end, it’s time to start looking to the future. Technology and environmental regulations are transforming the HVAC industry. Here are a few trends/ regulations to watch out for in 2020.
With lights, decorations, and large family gatherings, energy use generally spikes up during the holiday and can be a significant hit to your wallet. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are some of our tips to use less energy this holiday season in Westchester.
Space heating is the largest expense in the average U.S. home and accounts for about 45 percent of annual energy bills. So, it may sound like a viable solution to lower your heat while you sleep to save on heating bills. But does it work?
The simple answer is no.
Winter is time for the holidays, family nights by the fireplace and quite a few plumbing emergencies. But there are things you can do to prevent or at least minimize these plumbing mishaps.
While the air outside might be cold and frigid, the air inside your homes during winter could be worse. To keep the cold out and energy costs down, we’ve made homes increasingly airtight. But reducing the amount of warm air escaping to the outdoors and the amount of cold outside air getting in means you are breathing a greater amount of recirculated – not fresh – air.
When the winter seasons arrives, many homeowners in Westchester face the problem with their furnace system. From a broken thermostat to old filters, there are several reasons why your furnace might not be performing properly.