What Are the Biggest HVAC Changes from the Last 5 Years?

In 1965, 10 percent of homes in the U.S. had air conditioning. By 2007, that number was up to 86 percent. A lot has changed in that time. HVAC systems are now easier to use, provide better comfort, and use less energy. The technology has advanced considerably, even...

HVAC for Dummies: Manual J Load Calculation Explained

Selecting a new HVAC system almost always requires a Manual J load calculation to find the best fit for your home. Manual J takes into account the factors that influence how much cooling and heating your home needs on the hottest and coldest days of the year. What’s...

HVAC Benefits We Have

Millions of households across the country are already using their air conditioners to help stave off the unbearable heat that occurs during the summer season. But, staying cool is only one of several HVAC benefits that modern equipment provides. To help you understand...

Pros and Cons of Climate Control in Your Shed

Homeowners are buying sheds for many different reasons. Some want them for added storage space; others want a place to do projects. As the quality of sheds has improved, some homeowners are even using them as small rooms for entertaining, as a get-away from the...

Causes of Poor Airflow

Poor HVAC airflow impacts nearly all aspects of home cooling and heating. It causes symptoms such as inconsistent temperature control, poor air quality, high operating costs and overall disappointing indoor comfort. Proper airflow is among the most important...

Multifamily Home HVAC Considerations

If you’re a developer of multifamily homes, you have a plethora of decisions to make. The type of HVAC unit to use in your property is one of the toughest and most important decisions you’ll make. A wrong choice could have catastrophic long-term...