Now that the winter season has arrived, many homeowners are beginning to light their furnaces in preparation for keeping their homes warm. However, what some homeowners fail to realize is that most furnaces are gas burners, meaning they also produce carbon monoxide, which is usually contained within the heat exchanger’s walls. Unfortunately, if you aren’t … Continued
As the the final days of winter edge into the spring season, you may find yourself turning down your heat pump’s output. Pay close attention to your heat pump when you do this: if it suddenly starts blowing cold air, this could be a sign of an HVAC problem. Here local heating and cooling company Hader shares … Continued
Sweaty ductwork might sound harmless, but it can actually decrease the efficiency of your Hader HVAC system, as well as promote mold and mildew growth on walls and ceilings and in attics, basements and crawl spaces. Mold is not only unsightly, but also dangerous to your health. This is why it’s important to make sure you don’t … Continued
Despite what you may have thought, heating and air conditioning systems are not the products of a modern discovery. While all the innovations and technologies we use today are far more advanced and efficient than their earlier iterations, the concept of controlling (either the production or removal of) heat in our environment has been around for millennia.
These days, you’ll find an HVAC contractor for pretty much all your heating, cooling, and comfort needs. However, certain jobs require a certain level of product expertise and that is where Bryant® Factory-Authorized Dealers (FAD) come in. No other service provider possesses the same amount of knowledge and experience in installing, maintaining or fixing up … Continued
Thunderstorms are more common during the summer season, which increases the risk of damage to your HVAC system. In this blog, air conditioning contractor Hader shares tips on how to protect your HVAC system from summer storms. Turn Off Power to the HVAC System From the Circuit Breaker As soon as you have confirmation of an approaching … Continued
Many homeowners experience inconsistent indoor temperatures, even when their heating and air conditioning units are running smoothly. This is most likely is caused by the design of their house and the angle of the sun. In homes with multiple stories, for instance, the rooms upstairs are usually humid while the areas downstairs are chilly. This … Continued
Here in Ohio, we are used to all the elements from chilly, wicked winters to hot and steamy summers. As our climate shifts, we have hotter and hotter temperatures here in Cincinnati and we need to get more and more creative to beat the heat. Top Tips for Beating the Heat this Summer Block out … Continued