When it comes to maintaining comfort in our homes during the colder months, our heating systems play a vital role. For those with heat pumps, in particular, understanding the difference between auxiliary and emergency heat is essential for ensuring efficient operation and avoiding unexpected repair costs. Our Air Quality HVAC team will discuss the difference between the […]
A thermostat is a device that regulates the heating and cooling system in your home. It is typically located in the living room or another main area of the house. The thermostat works by sensing the temperature in the room. It then turns on or off the heating or cooling system accordingly.
Two facts about all air conditioning systems: they keep the homeowner comfortable, and consume energy to do so. That being said, there are things that you can do to help reduce the energy your heating unit consumes without compromising your own comfort. Air Quality Heating and Air Conditioning shares some tips.
While you may think that your heating and air conditioning systems run with just a simple on and off switch, you’re sorely mistaken. To be able to get the most out of these systems, you need to set them meticulously, which is simple with the right thermostat.
Getting the wrong size heat pump not only costs you more money, it can cause notable temperature differences inside your house, lead to poor humidity control, and put stress on the pump’s motor because it cycles on and off too frequently. There’s a lot to consider when you’re choosing a heat pump, but getting the […]