Maintaining your furnace at least once a year has been linked to a reduction in overall energy costs. Hence, if you want to be money and energy conscious you should check in on your heating and cooling systems at a regular yearly interval. There is everything on the market from one-time maintenance deals to monthly […]
The air quality and temperature of the air in your home is very important. It affects your and your loved one’s comfort and health. That is why it is important to know about HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) to keep the air in your home clean and the right temperature. Be sure to get […]
Air conditioning filter replacement is one of the best ways to increase the performance and longevity of your air conditioning system. This often overlooked means of maintaining your unit is one of the chief causes of expensive service calls and can, in time, produce lasting damage to an air conditioner. All air conditioner owners should […]
This informative article brought to you by Green Wonder. Many homeowners are choosing to live a greener life, and are finding ways to perform home improvement projects that can decrease the amount of energy consumed every year. There are proven home improvement projects that are essential to green living. They can help the homeowner save money, […]
People who live in cooler parts of the world, in areas of Europe perhaps, tend to envy those who live in warmer more humid parts of the world. The truth is however, that whilst being warm does have its benefits, it can also become extremely uncomfortable, dangerous, and annoying as well. Have you ever tried […]
The latest trend in home air conditioning is known as ductless air conditioning. Generally, this type of system has both an interior and exterior unit. The compressor unit is mounted near an exterior wall of the house. Two lines are run through the wall, which carry coolant to the indoor air handling units. Most systems feature more than one indoor unit, so you can place them in different areas of the house.
Introduced in 2005 the new Building Regulations Part L has changed the scene as far as boilers are concerned. According to the new requirement, all boilers replaced or installed must be of high efficiency rating. This includes condensing and combination boilers which utilize a larger heat exchanger (or a secondary heat exchanger) to recoup some of the heat that would normally be released into the atmosphere with the exhaust gases. Since some of the energy can be reused, the boiler can generate the same amount of heat with less fuel.