Mini split heat pumps now offer multi-room capabilities for most North American climate zones.
A home that’s not ventilated properly will have poor indoor air quality and excess moisture that can impact the durability of the home and the health of its inhabitants.
As the technology grows from single-unit solutions to units that can support multiple rooms, mini splits are becoming more of a whole-home option.
With the rise of mini split heat pumps in the U.S. market, manufacturers are in a race to offer the most efficient models.
You're probably among the people who are aware that indoor air quality (IAQ) is an issue in many homes. But according to a national survey, many lack a practical understanding of the more overt indicators of unhealthy air.
Mold and mildew are among the most unpleasant problems that you might have to deal with at home.
Thanks to their efficiency and design flexibility, ductless mini splits are gaining ground in North American residential use.
Four insulated concrete form houses in a low-income housing project in Louisville are among the first built with home plans for affordable housing that could be game changer for residential construction.
As homes are becoming more tightly built, proper ventilation is increasingly critical for optimal indoor air quality.
Curb appeal is the most important factor in a home remodeling project, but homeowners may need help in choosing the best projects, according to a recent survey.