Dealing with a furnace that repeatedly turns on and off can be pretty stressful. This common HVAC issue is called “short-cycling”, and is a safety feature that’s activated when the furnace detects something wrong with the system.
The aim of preventive maintenance is to prepare your home for harsh weather conditions and address small issues before they turn into costly repairs. The right preparations in the fall can help ensure that your home is ready for winter.
Recently, the debate over the correct setting for office thermostats received new data thanks to studies conducted in Germany. According to the research, which involved the participation of 550 German college students, women performed better as the temperature increased, while men did better when the thermostat was at a lower temperature setting. The office temperature debate is still going strong, however, which means that these results are unlikely to settle any arguments.… Continue Reading
According to furnace companies, duct leaks are a common problem in your heating and cooling system for which you should always be on the lookout. Otherwise, they could cause your monthly utility bills to skyrocket significantly. With that in mind, it’s in your best interest as the homeowner to you learn as much about them as you can.
In this post, All Seasons, Inc. discusses the telltale signs of duct leaks and how you can find them.
Like every other season of the year, fall brings its own set of challenges when it comes to indoor air quality. These challenges include dust, chemicals, poor air circulation, humidity and mold. This can spell trouble for those who suffer from allergies and respiratory disorders. Luckily, it is possible to avoid these fall season challenges.
In this post, All Seasons, Inc., one of the country’s leading furnace companies, discusses the various ways you can deal with the indoor air quality challenges that accompany the fall season.