Set Your Thermostat for Spring

Spring weather is lovely, but it’s a sign that the heat and humidity of summer aren’t far behind. This means that spring is the right time to transition from heating to cooling your home. Here’s some helpful advice on how to prepare your home and...

What to Know About HVAC Rentals

Under certain circumstances, renting HVAC equipment provides a viable temporary option to maintain comfortable temperatures as well as a healthy indoor environment. While we usually think of furnaces and air conditioning units as permanent installations, in fact,...

Ways Dusting Can Improve IAQ

Dust is a mix of pollen, dead skin, lint, fibers, hair and fur, along with dirt, which makes effective dusting techniques important for minimizing the harm dust can do. Some homes produce more dust than others, especially if there are carpets, draperies and...

A Brief History of Home Ventilation

Humans learned that their dwellings needed ventilation millennia ago, when they began using open fires for heating their abodes. Nowadays, home ventilation requirements are part of our Indianapolis building code, but this is a relatively recent development. Our modern...

Investing in Climate Control for Your Garage

Have you ever thought about adding climate control to your garage? There are many benefits to finishing the garage so that you can add some type of heating and cooling system that it may be worth looking into. Benefits of a Climate-Controlled Garage An add-on to your...

HVAC Systems and Roofs: How They Interact

There are a number of factors that affect how your HVAC system works, many of which you probably don’t even think about. One of those factors is your roof. The materials it’s made of and how it’s installed can raise or lower your energy efficiency....

Musty Smells? Solutions for Your Home

Tracking down the source of a musty smell in a home can be challenging. Musty smells are usually connected with high humidity in the home. Sometimes there is a specific, easily fixed solution such as a leaking pipe. But there can also be extensive water damage leading...

Why Your Heat Pump is Loud

Heat pumps are bound to make some low-level noises during normal operation — such as clicking, whooshing, humming and squeaking sounds. If loud and unusual noises develop, though, it’s a cause for concern. Here are some of the reasons your heat pump might...