Your home’s thermostat is what ensures your home’s HVAC system operates at maximum efficiency. Whether you opt for a simplified thermostat that allows you to turn the system on and off, or want a more efficient, smart thermostat you can control from your smartphone, Royal Air will be able to help. Regardless of the type of thermostat you have it is important to understand it’s function and how to properly use is to ensure optimum comfort while saving energy.
Carbon Monoxide, (CO), is a colorless, odorless gas produced by burning material containing carbon. You can’t see it, smell it, or taste it; but carbon monoxide poisoning can kill you and has been referred to as the “silent killer”. Early symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning such as headaches, nausea, and fatigue, are often mistaken for the flu because the deadly gas goes undetected in a home.
The weather in the Fall can be tricky. The are typically cold and there may even be some signs of frost. However, by lunch time temperatures in the Northeast region can climb with the help of the warmth of the sun. Therefore, many families have a hard time deciding when to turn on the heat for the season.
Running your furnace is typically “cheaper” than running your air conditioner, but that does not mean you do not need to be eco-conscious in the colder months. While you sleep, your house eats up those precious dollars you earned at work the day before, and often these money wasters happen without you knowing – until you see your next heating bill.
Upgrading to a multiple zoned HVAC system may seem like a large investment. However, once you get to know the benefits, you might find these systems hard to resist. Here are just a few reasons why you should have a multiple zoned HVAC system installed in your home:
When shopping for a new air conditioner it is important to understand SEER ratings and what it means for your home. SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) is a rating that determines the ratio of the cooling output of your air conditioner over the season. That number is then divided by the energy it consumes in watts per hour. A new air conditioner typically features a SEER of 13 to 14, with some units going as high as 21 to 25.
As the temperatures rise throughout NJ many homeowners experience problems when it comes to keeping their home cool. Royal Air Heating & Air Conditioning have a team of expert HVAC service technicians standing by to help. However, why not try and save a few dollars and troubleshoot your system. It’s possible you may be able to fix the problem.
Replacing your HVAC System is a significant investment, but a good one for your home. Deciding whether your existing AC unit is ready for replacement or does it have a few years left can be a hard decision. You do not want to risk it breaking down on the next 100 degree day, but also do not want to spend money you do not have to.