How Smart Thermostats Make Saving Energy Easier

How Smart Thermostats Make Saving Energy Easier

New technology takes the away the guesswork and micro-adjusting of standard and programmable thermostats. Instead, smart thermostats automatically adjust temperatures after learning your habits and preferences. Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats can save up to 23 percent on...
Is a Geothermal HVAC System Right for Your Home?

Is a Geothermal HVAC System Right for Your Home?

When you think about sustainable energy systems, solar and wind power are likely the first things that come to mind. You might not consider the thermal energy that lies just below your feet. Beneath the surface of the earth, temperatures remain consistently mild year...
4 Common Signs Your Air Ducts Were Improperly Installed

4 Common Signs Your Air Ducts Were Improperly Installed

The air ducts are one of the least visible parts of your HVAC system. You might not be able to see the problem, but you can certainly feel the effects of ducts that are undersized, improperly installed or poorly sealed. In Louisville, proper duct installation methods...
How to Choose the Right Heat Pump for Your Home

How to Choose the Right Heat Pump for Your Home

Thanks to Louisville’s mild climate, air-source heat pumps are popular throughout the area. These products are remarkably efficient, and they provide heating and cooling in one convenient package. By 2024, experts estimate that contractors will install 500,000...
Save on Energy Costs with Preventive HVAC Maintenance

Save on Energy Costs with Preventive HVAC Maintenance

Heating and cooling account for almost half of home energy use. Experts agree that regular maintenance on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems saves energy. Preventive HVAC maintenance can lower utility bills by up to 20 percent. Using less energy to...
3 Common Indoor Allergens that Trigger Asthma Symptoms

3 Common Indoor Allergens that Trigger Asthma Symptoms

Sometimes your body reacts to what are ordinarily harmless substances. These substances are called allergens, and they trigger a reaction that can include sneezing, runny eyes, and asthma. Here are three common indoor allergens that can trigger asthma symptoms in your...

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