Tag Archives: air filter

Why Are Some Rooms Colder Than Others?

Your home is your bulwark against the brutal, uncaring cold of the outside. It has served you well through these many winters, and you know it like you know your own mind. Well… except that one room. Come to think of it, several rooms in your house are colder than others. Wait… does that mean … Read More >

Saving on Heating Costs in the New Year

A lot of homeowners think of a high heating bill as something they just have to tolerate. Even DIYers and bargain hunters view heating as the one area where high cost is inevitable. It’s understandable; what if you mess with your heating settings and then your furnace freaks out or your house won’t get warm? … Read More >

Why Are Some Rooms Colder Than Others?

Your home is your bulwark against the brutal, uncaring cold of the outside. It has served you well through these many winters, and you know it like you know your own mind. Well… except that one room. Come to think of it, several rooms in your house are colder than others. Wait… does that mean … Read More >

Getting the Most Out of Your Air Exchanger

You already know how we feel about air exchangers. The surprisingly simple, easy-to-use device is one of the best ways to keep your home’s air fresh and clean. But once you have an air exchanger, how do you use it? Should you really just turn it on and forget about it? Is there anything you can do … Read More >

PREPARING YOUR HOME FOR SPRING

If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ll know that we like to help our readers prepare their heating and cooling for eachseason. We’ve provided plenty of tips on how to save money on heating during cold winter months, but what about when it starts warming up? Though we’re wary of admitting it, it seems that spring … Read More >

WHEN TO REPLACE YOUR FURNACE AIR FILTER

The wind is blowing, the snow is falling, and you’re comfortably sitting inside your home enjoying the crackling fireplace. But if the air quality in your home is sub-par, you might be better off breathing brisk winter air. Your furnace filter could be to blame. It’s critical to check up on your filter and change … Read More >

WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE AN AIR EXCHANGER

When the same old air sits in an enclosed space for an extended period of time, it starts to get stale. Dust, bacteria, mold, and particles from gas and steam all stay in air, polluting it over time. If your home doesn’t continuously exchange stale air for fresh air, you wind up inhaling all that … Read More >

Stop and Smell the Roses: 5 Indoor Air Scents With Surprising Benefits

Many factors come into play when you’re working to maintain top notch indoor air quality in your home. You want pure, filtered air that is properly dehumidified so you feel fresh and clean. You want air that is the right temperature so you feel comfortable. Those aren’t the only factors, however. Whether you’ve realized it … Read More >