Home Energy Report Card shows Americans using technology, efficient HVAC systems to cut bills
Allergies affect as many as 30 percent of adults and 40 percent of children.
Certain California markets now require lower emissions to reduce air pollution, and Lennox Industries has developed a line of HVAC products that meet those standards. The Lennox SL280NV Ultra Low NOx gas furnace, part of the Dave Lennox Signature Collection...
Households heating with natural gas are expected to spend an average of $635 this winter -- 22 percent more than last winter.
Lennox works with developers, builders to integrate new technologies into projects
Lennox among several businesses at EEBA summit looking for progress industry
The iComfort E30's Smart Away Mode can detect when the family is away and automatically set the thermostat to an energy-saving mode.
Summer is heating up, and Lennox is looking for some cool ideas for saving energy.
While homeowners show that they are willing to take steps to conserve energy, they are not likely to sacrifice their comfort over savings
One more item homeowners should add to their home maintenance list this year is their air conditioning system.
Most consumers haven’t thought much about replacing their heating system and know very little about what’s involved.
LennoxPROs.com was designed to provide one-stop-shopping for instant access to product information and ordering, training tools and specifications, to help people in the industry work smarter, not harder.
U.S. homeowners can demonstrate their efficiency I.Q. by sharing their best energy-saving advice and win prizes.
26 percent of homeowners would rather walk around in their underwear than spend money to cool down their homes in the summer
Pulte says it is the largest builder to participate in a pilot aimed at building new homes to achieve maximum energy efficiency and utility grid load reduction.
Ductless mini split systems help building professionals solve HVAC problems while delivering comfort and energy efficiency.
A new smart thermostat not only controls the temperature, it manages indoor allergens and lets you know the weather forecast.
Growing acceptance of high performance homes continues to drive homebuilders to provide extra value in the their homes, and consumers are becoming more diligent about managing the environmental impact of their lifestyles.
Smart thermostats are taking a lead role in making homes more comfortable and energy efficient, and giving owners more control.
There are a lot of smart thermostats on the market, but a new system from Lennox can crank up the ventilation when it detects outdoor allergens.