It’s a well-known fact that with every year that passes, technology steadily advances. From TVs to phones and now smart homes, progress has been relentless, and one of the things that has been re-engineered by technology is the humble thermostat. In the past, you had to get up and fiddle with the thermostat’s dial to bring up your home’s temperature. These days, however, there’s been an influx of heating and… Continue Reading
It’s neither easy nor healthy to work in a building where the indoor temperature is less than ideal. Too warm or too cold environments lead to problems and complaints. But you won’t to worry about any of that if you follow these great tips and tricks to maintain cozy temperatures inside your building. AirWorks, your top heating and cooling specialist, discusses more.
When it comes to heating your home, you have two options on how to go about it: either installing a furnace or a boiler. Contrary to what most homeowners think, the two are different in terms of how they operate and their potential energy efficiency.
Many homeowners are trying to cut down their energy expenses. Some will rush to buy the best energy-efficient products, such as smart AC units. Others focus on cutting down their heating and cooling usage. However, the best way to start is by assessing your energy use. This way, you can find the right areas to adjust.
ENERGY STAR® and its quintessential blue label have helped homeowners choose the most energy-efficient products for over 20 years. Energy efficiency is especially important for your heating and air conditioning, and the blue label is your guide in choosing the right system for your home.