Commercial facilities have different heating, cooling and ventilation needs than residential buildings, and your new HVAC contractor should be able to handle these needs. In today’s post, Hader Heating and Air Conditioning shares the qualities that you should look for when hiring a commercial HVAC contractor.
As we ease into cooler weather, you’re probably already thinking about turning on your furnace. But before you do, keep in mind that turning on your home’s heating system isn’t as simple as flipping a switch. In today’s post, local HVAC and chimney repair company Hader shares the things you need to check before you turn on … Continued
So your HVAC system is getting old and you’re thinking about buying a new one. This is a considerable investment, so you have to plan for it carefully. To make sure you buy the right HVAC system for your home, Hader HVAC professionals recommend asking these questions:
An indoor air handler unit is the part of an HVAC system that ensures heated or cooled air reaches all areas of the building. It pulls air in, moves that air over the coils for cooling or heating and then pushes it through the duct system to send it into the home. Here your HVAC … Continued
Do you find yourself sweating profusely when inside your house —especially during the summer season? Many people are quick to put the blame for this on the air conditioner. However, there are plenty of other things around the house that can exacerbate the problem Here are some of the common issues that roofing and gutter experts run … Continued
An air conditioner replacement is one of the most valuable investments a homeowner can make. It helps create a safe, comfortable living environment by providing increased energy efficiency in your home. However, for some people, installing a new unit can be a big expense. So how do you ensure that the total replacement cost stays … Continued
There’s one thing that puzzles homeowners when it comes to cooling — is it OK to keep the blower fan running without turning on the air conditioner itself? Although this practice may seem to make sense since it aids in circulating fresh, cool air around the property, it may actually cost you more money in the … Continued
Excessive humidity can damage various home components, especially the wooden ones. It can also be harmful to the health of your family, as too much moisture in the air can lead to mold growth. Fortunately, a dehumidifier can help you maintain healthy indoor humidity levels.
People usually complete home improvement projects and maintenance tasks in the summer, such as chimney repair, remodeling and even furnace replacement. While heating isn’t something you typically think about when the weather is hot outside, summer remains one of the best times to have your furnace replaced.