If you're looking for an energy-efficient alternative to heating and cooling your Bucks County or Philadelphia home, then a variable-speed heat pump may be a great option. We'll explain what a heat pump is and how heat pumps work, the difference between standard heat pumps and variable-speed heat pumps, and the benefits of variable-speed technology.
Trane's XV19 Variable-Speed Low-Profile Heat Pump is one of their most quiet and efficient products yet. It was designed to meet the low-level sound requirements some cities have established for mechanical HVAC systems and at full capacity, this system is close to the conversation levels heard in libraries. Trane’s Variable Speed Low-Profile Heat Pump is great for heating and cooling both residential and commercial spaces. The heat pump is carefully designed to fit in tighter and more limited spaces such as zero lot line homes, rowhomes, condos, or underneath decks.
How much do you really know about the air you’re breathing into your lungs at home or work? How about the doctor's office? Does the air taste or feel old and stale?
Your air can be contaminated with particles such as mold, bacteria, poisonous gasses, odor, allergens, and viruses. Humans breathe in about 20,000 gallons of air a day. That's almost enough to fill a normal size swimming pool. It’s important to put fresh, clean air in your lungs to prevent sickness.
Winter is here… and so are those nasty viruses and flus. Being considerate of your indoor air quality can prevent sickness from spreading between you and your family members this season. Indoor air quality (IAQ) focuses on the degree which the air inside your home can start to affect a your overall health, comfort, and well-being.
Looking for ways to increase comfort and decrease energy bills this year? Insulating your attic is a simple but effective way to keep the warm or cool air in and lower energy use as a result. Continue reading for tips on insulating your attic.
Is it time to repair your heater? It’s essential to have a professional technician perform complete checkups and tune-ups on your heating system annually. That way, they’ll be able to discover hidden problems and fix them before they get worse. Besides having no heat at all, you should pay attention to the following signs that indicate your heater likely needs repair. You may need to hire a licensed technician to solve the problem.
Overall inflation and increase in energy costs over recent years have many homeowners wondering how they can lower heating costs this winter while still keeping warm. We'll cover seven common heating mistakes that are costing you extra money, and how you can fix them going into this winter.
You've heard of smartphones, smart watches, smart thermostats, and other "smart" products that aim to make our lives easier; but have you heard of smart registers? Automated smart registers, or vents, work with your HVAC system to control airflow in each room. The vents can close to stop airflow from entering a specific room, or open to allow more airflow depending on your programmed preferences. Continue reading to learn more about smart registers and their benefits.
Know more, worry less with Google Nest Protect. This advanced smoke alarm looks for fast-burning ﬁres, slow, smoldering ﬁres, and invisible carbon monoxide, then speaks up to tell you what the problem is and where it is. It can also give you a friendly Heads-Up before it has to sound the alarm, and allows you to hush it with your phone.
The Google Nest Thermostat E comes with proven energy-saving features and a simple schedule you can adjust easily. Its frosted display blends into the background. And with the Nest app, you can change the temperature from anywhere – the office, the beach, even your bed. Learn more about the Thermostat E then contact ECI, a Nest Pro Contractor, to talk about getting a Nest for your home!