Many homeowners would like the comfort and efficiency of a radiant heating system, but are unfamiliar with how it could integrate with a forced air system.
What is the single most effective thing you can do to save on the cost of heating and cooling your home? Recent reports cited by the U.S. Department of Energy found the single most effective means of conserving home energy for the majority of U.S. homeowners today is air duct sealing.
The use of aeroseal technology to improve the energy efficiency and indoor air quality of a newly constructed home was featured on the latest episode of PBS’s This Old House.
Many people might be surprised to learn mini-split systems are a smart home improvement investment that is both energy-efficient and eco-friendly.
As homeowners integrate more smart products, manufacturers are making sure different components can talk to each other.
You can incorporate radiant heating into many types of HVAC systems, depending on where the home is located.
There is some confusion about what smart home technology can do now, and what it may be able to do in the future.
People ask me what's the one best thing I can do for my house, and I believe that putting in a geothermal unit is the best thing you can do.
With geothermal in commercial scale buildings, there are economies of scale that make it more efficient than in single-family dwellings.
Geothermal technology is a perfect solution for commercial, residential and multi-unit buildings.
In a high performance home, the tight building envelope and the geothermal HVAC function as part of a system.
Last year, the 50-year-old buildings that now make up Weinberg Commons were neglected, run-down, and empty.
As homeowners and builders look for greater comfort and efficiency, radiant heating is becoming more popular.
It's getting easier to integrate automation into a home so that the components work together for greater comfort and energy efficiency.
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It's the the first new furnace platform from American Standard in 25 years.