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
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
Duct leaks are a common problem among old HVAC systems, and one that’s not easy to detect. In this blog, heating and cooling company Hader shares a closer look at how duct leaks occur and what can be done to fix them.
Adding heating and cooling to old homes is a challenge because the structures aren’t designed for modern HVAC systems. In this blog, HVAC and roofing contractor Hader discusses how heating and cooling can be added to old homes.
The problem with addressing holes and cracks in the ductwork is the limited space afforded in which to maneuver. Conventional methods of sealing either only partially address the issue or use up too much sealant. Aeroseal is a duct-sealing method that addresses both of these problems. In this blog, heating and cooling expert Hader shares … Continued
A home with a central air conditioning system uses ductwork to feed cold air into rooms through vents, as opposed to an individual wall or window-mounted air conditioner. Zone control systems regulate the amount of cold air that flows into a room using mechanical components called dampers. Here’s a quick overview of how these systems … 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