Archive for November 2017
Low furnace output is a common problem during the heating season, when demand on the system is high. It’s also one of the most inconvenient times to have that particular problem. If your furnace happens to be putting out less heat than you think it should be this heating season, there might be a number of different reasons why. Read on find out more about the various problems that might cause low furnace output, and what can be done about them.
Nobody likes to deal with air that’s too dry or humid. Humidity levels are a great way to make a pleasant day uncomfortable, and an already-uncomfortable day worse. Humidity levels imbalance is much more than a comfort issue, though. There are health considerations that you should be aware of. It’s a good idea to know how to manage indoor humidity levels in your home, if you know that they tend to get unbalanced frequently. While the act of air conditioning from your HVAC system can naturally affect high humidity, excess moisture and mold growth and mildew can all stem from excess humidity problems and moisture levels. Whether you use a whole-house dehumidifier or exhaust fans, air conditioning or other methods, controlling the excess moisture or low moisture levels can be important for homeowners. Have a look at some of the best ways that you can manage humidity levels below.