Hi, at Feldman Heating we provide residential heating and cooling for your home. If your home has a furnace or air conditioner that over 10 years old, it might be time to look at modern equipment. Modern furnaces are not single stage devices anymore, they are two stage, they are modulating. They are able to keep your house consistently warm rather than having your furnace turn on and off. Air conditioners can also be two stage and modulating. The two stage and modulating air conditioners give you the opportunity to have much better humidity control than you can get with a single stage air conditioner. We can also look at whole house dehumidifiers to dry out your house if by chance you live on the shores of Irondequoit Bay, Canandaigua Lake, Lake Ontario, where the humidity is always high and the temperature may not be.
You might be reading this blog post title and wondering why we’re talking about furnace steps for spring and summer but hear us out!
Homeowners often do not realize this, but there are a number of easy ways to cut down on monthly and yearly energy costs, and one way is to either fully or at least partially shut down the furnace during the warmer spring and summer months.
Spring is the season to spring into action against poor indoor air quality and winter clutter. It’s also the ideal time to prepare your HVAC system for the warmer upcoming months.
Our pets are part of our families. We want to do everything we can to keep them healthy. Similarly, we want to keep our homes healthy as well.
Due to fur, dander, and the tracking in of outdoor contaminants, pets can have a pretty serious impact on your indoor air quality and HVAC efficiency. But not if you follow these 5 HVAC tips for pet owners.
If your pet is causing issues with your HVAC system, there’s a way to solve that! Cats, dogs, or any other furry friend — apply these tips to your regular home cleaning routine and keep your pet, home, and family healthy for years to come.
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