The cold temperatures have swept our region again, causing people to seek shelter in the warmth of their homes. While you are heating your house through this (hopefully) last stretch of winter, you might want to make sure you are doing your part to help your system run at it's best capacity.
Here are six common heating mistakes homeowners make, and how you can avoid them.
Furnace replacement can be a very daunting task for a homeowner, especially if you don't have the slightest idea of what you are looking for. Here at Logan Services, we make HVAC replacement a smooth, easy process for our customers!
If you are in the market for a new furnace, there are a few things you need to consider:
Did you know a service call might be preventable if you know the first places to look? Watch our segment on Living Dayton below to learn a few things that could be causing your furnace to break down and how to DIY the fix!
Like any appliance, a furnace can to lose efficiency over time. The older your heating system is, the more wear and tear it has endured, which causes the overall efficiency to decrease.
The general rule of thumb, as determined by experts, is that a furnace will lose approximately 1% of it’s efficiency every year. Unfortunately, it is often unavoidable, even with proper maintenance and care. This would mean that your 15 year old, 80% furnace is now somewhere closer to 65% efficient.
While maintenance cannot prevent lost-efficiency entirely, there are some things you should be doing...
If you are like many homeowners, you've probably experience hot and cold spots in certain areas of your house. While it's not uncommon to have these uneven temperatures, there are things that you can do to combat these problem areas and prepare your home for successful heating and cooling this year.
Here are a few ways to help evenly heat your home:
Congratulations to our Service Manager, Bret, for recently being recognized as The ACHR News Magazine's "Tech Of The Month"!
Bret has been with Logan A/C & Heat Services for nearly nine years. He manages a group of 20 skilled service technicians, while also doing his fair share of 'hands-on' work out in the field. In addition, he is responsible for putting together training programs to help ensure that our furnace and a/c technicians are well-educated and fully-equipped to provide high-quality HVAC service to our customers in the Dayton, Columbus and Cincinnati areas.