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Get Comfortable With This Heating and Cooling Checklist

Get Comfortable With This Heating and Cooling Checklist

Maintain a constant temperature and humidity are the keys to a comfortable home. This checklist can help.

Do You Have a Boiler Room Obsession?

Do You Have a Boiler Room Obsession?

Gone are the days when appliances, such as hot water heaters, are tucked away in deep dark closets. There are a bevy of manufacturers who are responding to better designed products (inspired by European manufacturers who have less room to work with and can’t always hide boilers) and creating boilers, […]

How To Keep Your Air-Conditioning Running Strong Through The Summer

How To Keep Your Air-Conditioning Running Strong Through The Summer

To help consumers add years to the life of their air conditioning system, Bill Cunningham, a home cooling and energy efficiency expert with Lennox – a leading manufacturer of heating and cooling products – suggests the following tips for keeping your cool this summer: Three Signs That You May Need […]

11 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Summer Heat

11 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Summer Heat

Summer is coming. Before it gets hot, you might want to check that you and the house are ready for the summer heat. That means you start by checking your home’s heat and air-conditioning system. 1. To begin, change your filters in your heating/cooling system. Change them regularly – at […]

Trane Communicates for Your Comfort

Trane Communicates for Your Comfort

Wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to ever think of your HVAC system and your home temperature was always set as you like it and that if there were any issues you’d be warned ahead of time instead of arriving home to this horrible scene! Trane has informed […]

HVAC Is Big Business

HVAC Is Big Business

Wow! Trane was just bought by Ingersoll-Rand for $9.4 billion in cash and stock. Best known for their air-conditioning units, Trane recently sold off their kitchen and bath units and apparently they became much more appealing.

Installing Central Air-Conditioning in an Old Home

Installing Central Air-Conditioning in an Old Home

From the houseblog The Old Man and the Street, which chronicles the life of a 1912 Arts and Crafts Foursquare, comes an excellent explanation of what they did to install high-velocity air-conditioning in their 1912 home that had no existing ductwork and while they continued to live there. This type […]