Ways to Promote HVAC Efficiency for Earth Day

Earth Day, April 22, honors the birth of the environmental movement that began in 1970. Promoting HVAC efficiency is an great way to celebrate the day, since this one system can account for almost half of your Indianapolis home’s total energy use. Here are some...

How to Be Cost-Effective Through Energy Savings

Did income tax season put a squeeze on your budget? If so, using your HVAC to lower your household energy bills is a good way to help your finances recover. Here are some suggestions on how to reap cost-effective energy savings this spring and summer. Establish...

Does Cleaning Windows Improve Energy Efficiency?

Giving your windows a thorough spring cleaning is a good way to spruce up your home’s exterior and enhance its curb appeal. Having squeaky-clean, shiny panes boosts the aesthetic, but to improve your home’s overall energy efficiency and aid HVAC...

Energy Efficiency and Skylights

Skylights are a fabulous way to let in light throughout your home. But skylights may not be the best investment when it comes to your home’s HVAC system and efficiency. Here are some of the disadvantages of skylights: In summertime, skylights can let in too much...

HVAC Products that are High-Tech

If you follow the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, you might be dazzled by the array of products available that promise to make life faster and simpler. While many are just prototypes, there are HVAC products you can get immediately to make your home more...

Energy Efficiency Impactors: the Stack Effect

Some causes of lost energy efficiency are a simple fact of physics. One of those is the natural principle that hot air is thin and rises while cold air is dense and sinks. Inside a house, these forces combine to create a phenomenon known as the “stack effect.” Without...