Making HVAC Elements Work with Your Interior Design

The HVAC elements you find in your home’s interior are a good example of the principle of form following function. There is, in most cases, nothing beautiful or decorative about your thermostat, the grilles, vents or registers, or the ductless mini-split’s...

What You Should Know about Residential Rooftop HVAC Units

While everyone’s familiar with the typical residential “split” central air conditioner, the rooftop HVAC unit is now beginning to be seen in home installations, too. The standard split system includes an indoor evaporator coil along with an outdoor condenser coil next...

Should You Get Additional Insurance for Your HVAC Unit?

Most homeowners assume that their HVAC system is covered by their homeowners’ insurance policy. That, in most instances, is correct. However, there are a few situations where damage may occur where insurance may not cover the unit. Read on, and learn about when...

Limiting the Effect of Animal Damage on Your HVAC

When a wild animal decides your HVAC system looks like the perfect refuge from the snow and driving winds of the Indianapolis winter, expensive animal damage is often the result. With a few preventive measures, you can protect your system and local wildlife. Block...

What HVAC Brand Should You Buy?

The reliability and efficiency of your HVAC system affects your comfort level and your energy bills. If your heating and cooling equipment is getting on in age and you’re wisely looking into your replacement options, you’ll want to compare different HVAC...