Bringing out treasured ornaments and decorations from holidays past is one of the great joys of the season. What could be more delightful than filling the house with happy reminders of the family traditions that endure from year to year?
The past few weeks on the US West Coast have been unbearably hot — reaching record temperatures — and smokey. As wildfires raged across California, Oregon and Washington, residents avoided going outdoors and kept their doors and windows shut.
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Every commercial building has unique HVAC needs, based on its size, how it is constructed and what types of businesses it will house. When considering which HVAC system to install, builders should consider the following questions:
For builders, indoor air quality should be a priority, not a luxury. Because most Americans spend significant time indoors, builders should take steps to ensure the commercial HVAC system installed in their buildings supports indoor air quality.
Not every homeowner wants a central air conditioning system. Some homeowners may want to consider a ductless HVAC system. Here’s what builders and homeowners should know about the benefits of installing ductless HVAC in new construction projects.
After nearly two months in quarantine, Americans are looking forward to spending time outdoors and enjoying the sunlight and fresh air. But as summer approaches, most homeowners are dreading the high electricity bill that will come in the mail once the air conditioner starts to run 24/7.