Here are the top 5 HVAC stories for October 2020.
These top October 2020 HVAC stories will save you money, keep you informed about new technology, help you prepare for winter and more.
Ways to Cut your Heating Bills This Winter
Here are a bunch of useful tips for lowering your energy bill this winter – and most of them are cheap and easy to apply. They’ll pay for themselves before the winter is over.
This ABC News story might be useful too.
Troubleshooting your Furnace
This video covers the most common reason a gas furnace won’t light and how to fix it. Pretty handy!
This one addresses the other furnace problems you’re most likely to encounter with an older furnace. Some are DIY repairs while others are best left to a HVAC tech, in our opinion.
Take a look; evaluate your skill set; make the decision whether you want to tackle
The 2020/2021 Most Efficient Gas Furnaces
We’ve researched the most efficient gas furnaces for the winter of 2020 to 2021, and here are units that will reduce your energy bills the most.
A Whole House Humidifier and Other Great Furnace Accessories
Dry air is the nemesis of skin, hair and your airways. Keeping air properly humidified in winter can be done in a number of ways, from a room humidifier to a pan of water on the stove (not a great plan) to a whole-house humidifier attached to your furnace system.
Here’s a leading HVAC contractor’s take on the top furnace accessories to create greater indoor comfort.
Is There Enough Insulation in your Attic?
This is the top place to get great return on investment! Before Home Remodeling Magazine stopped including it a few years ago, Attic Insulation led its annual list of home improvements with the best Cost to Value ratio. Insulation consistently returned more than 100% of its cost in value to the home.
Here are recommendations from the US DOE about attic insulation and other types.
See you In November
Did you miss September's Top 5 HVAC post? Here it is – covering the Top Rated Smart Thermostats, Most Energy Efficient Windows, updated 2020/2021 Winter Forecast and the Most Efficient Heat Pumps for this winter.
We’ll return in a few weeks with next month’s top HVAC stories to help you get through the winter and prepare for the holiday season!